Hey Beer Nerds!
You may be wondering what happened to Episode 19 of our podcast. We want to be as truthful and transparent to you as possible.....it wasn't that good! So we are deleting it from our archives.
The brewery servers, the guests and all of the shenanigans were great, however the audio didn't turn out to where we as a podcast show would like. It was very hard on the ears!
This is because we didn't test the field mic out beforehand and we didn't use headphones to listen how it sounded as it was happening. Moving forward, we will have our headphones on and this will eliminate the need to yell on the mic.
You may have noticed this on our previous episode as well where it got a bit distorted and loud. Again, we didn't have our cans on!
So there you have it, a lesson learned. Until next time!
Sunday, July 29, 2018
On this episode, we made our way to the gorgeous mountains of North Carolina, and landed in Asheville, one of the best brewery towns! There are many excellent breweries and it's hard to hit them all in one day, but we did our best and managed to load up some friends and head out on an adventure of Speed Pints! We found ourselves at the beautiful Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. first, followed by One World Brewery, Green Man Brewery, and Burial Beer Co. While there, we each chose a different pint (or flight) and shared our thoughts on the beer.
Ay, we couldn't end our day without travelling down to Spartanburg, South Carolina to enjoy some of the best southern fried food at Ike's Korner Grill. We aren't a food podcast by any means, but, you don't want to miss our new friend that joined us for drunken conversations over some (super thick) fried bologna, and $2 domestics...(don't tell on us).
Sunday, July 15, 2018
On this episode, we travel down to Forest City, North Carolina where we met up with Chris McCracken of York Chester Brewing Company to speak with him about the tap takeover beers that he had over at the Twisted Pear.
York Chester Brewing Company is located at 1500 River Drive, Suite 250
Belmont, North Carolina.
Right off their page -
York Chester Brewing Company was founded in 2014 by Jarvis and Julia Roberts. YCBC, for short, was named for the beautiful York Chester Historic District in which the Roberts reside.
YCBC opened in Belmont, NC in October 2016, in the Riverside Complex which was formerly the Spectrum Dye Mill, located on the banks of the Catawba River.
YCBC is a diamond in the rough located towards the back of the industrial complex. Our small taproom provides an intimate environment in which strangers can quickly become friends through conversation or a shared board game. We have a TV for watching sports or movie night. Outside there are picnic tables provided for seating as well as a fire pit to help keep you warm!
We welcome dogs to the outdoor seating area of our brewery and have treats on hand to help them feel right at home! Children are also welcome! You may also bring your own food in to eat.
Listen in as we try 3 of their wonderful brews!
Saturday, June 30, 2018
On our first ever out of state podcast, we traveled to Forest City, North Carolina where we were able to sit down and have a chat with Burnt Chimney Brewing Company head brewer, Ben Frankoski, his wife (head of quality control), Jamie Frankoski, and the man responsible for the label graphics, Chad Gordon.
Join us as we taste some delicious Burnt Chimney brews while learning how Ben got started in home brewing. We also discuss the thoughts behind the label graphics, and learn about what we have to look forward to in the future when Burnt Chimney Brewing Company becomes a destination location in Forest City, North Carolina. We certainly can't wait until our next visit so we can (fingers crossed) visit their brewery and enjoy some of these craft beers on tap!
Saturday, June 16, 2018
On this episode of 'Out Here having a Pint', we traveled to Brownsburg Indiana at Mind Over Mash Brewing Company. There we met up with Co-Owner and head brewer Bobby Klene.
We discussed how the brewery came to be and tried out a flight of the beers on tap.
We would also like to thank our sponsor, Rusted Silo Southern BBQ & Brewhouse and a special shout to Books N brews!
Sunday, June 3, 2018
On this episode, we were finally able to sit down with our co-host, Rob Ecker. This time however, he was on as our guest, Pit Master and Head Brewer at his new restaurant Rusted Silo Southern BBQ and Brewhouse.
We discuss everything from barbecue to brews, and what's to come in the future for Rusted Silo. Hint: There may be some house beers involved! This episode will leave you feeling hungry and thirsty for a nice craft beer, and what a selection Rusted Silo has, over 50 craft beers to choose from in their cozy spot in Lizton, Indiana.
Monday, May 21, 2018
On this episode of 'Out Here Having a Pint', we drove out to Moontown Brewing Company in Whitestown Indiana. There we met up with Jeremiah Tyson and Trey Strukel of Circle City Zymurgy which is a very known home-brew club in Indiana.
Our mission was to sit down with a flight and give Moontown a go to see if we would have a pint of their beers or if we would pass. By no means were either one of us a BJCP judge, so take our opinions with a grain of salt. With that said, together we were in company with experienced brewers for sure!.
Come have a listen as we talk through the styles and brewing processes while we drink on Moontowns finest!
at May 21, 2018
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