Slouch and Barley talk Cicerones, Ohio beer laws, White Castle, and infected brews.
The Aleheads discuss a few brewery collaborations they’d like to see.
Newest Alehead Jimmy Hoppa reveals his craft beer lowlights of 2011.
Review of the Sierra Nevada / Dogfish Head collaboration brew – Life and Limb. Which brewer will prevail? The old stalwart Sierra, respected by ale producers the world over? Or the dude in the t-shirt…
Brother Barley looks at some of the hottest beer labels on the market. You’re welcome!
The boys are back, talking craft beer industry news and analysis (with all the floral notes you love and the sturdy malt backbone you need) with stories including: SAB Miller being bad in the Badger State; Flying Dog goes home; Goose Island recall; Sam Adams/ DFH make flower beer for DC event; and Ska stays true to homebrew roots. Click to subscribe on ITunes: http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/id421647608?uo=4
Brother Barley comes face to face with his future self…and learns the fate of the Craft Beer Revolution.
This week, the boys discuss beer blogging, female brewmasters, and Dogfish Head’s potentially damaging new business model.
Ska Brewing knocks Brew Masters down a peg or two. Nice job, gents.
Brother Barley and Esquire Magazine look at the oddest brews on Earth. Word to the wise, avoid them at all costs.
This week, we take on the UK, Kona Brewing, Dark Horse, Lagunitas, and the hipsters in Williamsburg. Plus much more!
Since the Aleheads began LiveChatting episodes of Brew Masters, the Discovery Channel’s ill-conceived reality series “starring” Sam Calagione, we’ve been thoroughly and unabashedly slamming the Dogfish Head brewery. There are plenty of reasons for this. First, we’re assholes. That just goes without saying. Second, when you sign up for a reality series, you’re basically signing […]
The Aleheads take on Episode 5 of the disastrous Discovery Channel show, Brew Masters.
Slouch Sixpack and Brother Barley LiveChat Episode 1 of Discovery Channel’s “Brew Masters”. They are not impressed.
After thoroughly enjoying the hoppy, yeasty Goose Island Minx, I was ready to cleanse the palate. And what to my wondering eyes should appear, but a Dogfish Head malt bomb, aged in Paraguayan wooden barrels. Yes, friends, my next stop at Bodega was to the Palo Santo Marron. On tap. The Palo Santo has to be […]
Brother Barley blurs the lines between wine and beer and discovers some magic.
3.5 Hops for the quintessential Imperial IPA…the Dogfish Head 90 Minute.
An in-depth look at why so many Aleheads have a problem with Sam Adams.
Doc and Barley experience the yin and yang of Dogfish Head.
Baron Sudsy von Brue gives Dogfish Head’s Burton Baton 3.5 hops!