On this show, the Scotsman and Rodbo play 4 voicemails(!), discuss Waldo’s Special Ale, the Scotsman mocks IPA-hating Rodbo for making his first Dust Bowl Brewing’s HOPS OF WRATH, and they are also introduced to Gigantic Brewing Company with a malty, grainy strong scotch ale. It’s a fun show, where the Scotsman defends his view of Dagny vs. Sandude, his rant about Dagny, and why he still drinks Lagunitas. Finally, the beer calendar gets a new event, which appears to be aimed at home brewers! We think you’ll quite enjoy the latest episode of the Ale Evangelist Show!
On this fantastic solo episode of the Ale Evangelist Show, we read an absolutely awesome review from iTunes, and the Scotsman pontificates angrily about craft brewers who send cease and desist letters, especially after they’ve complained about having it done to them not a decade ago. Is craft beer growing up, or is it just showing that it’s still a spoiled brat? The Scotsman also gets to enjoy a ROCKIN’ IPA from Faction brewing. Scotsman rants and great beer? Just another rockin’ episode of the Ale Evangelist Show.
On this rage-fueled episode of the Ale Evangelist Show, Rodbo and Drew meet for the first time, the guys all try Saison Dupont and talk about the Saison style.
On this episode, you can also find some local brewery news, discussion about the upcoming Central Valley BrewFest, and finally…the Scotsman has something of a meltdown when he discusses how he recently paid $10 for a highly mediocre bottle of “local” beer. He can’t stop talking about his experience and can barely even bring himself to close the show. You don’t want to miss his beer temper tantrum on this episode of the Ale Evangelist Show.
On this episode of the Ale Evangelist show, Rodbo and The Scotsman get excited about Wakey Wakey Oatmeal Coffee Porter by New Glory Brewing. They talk about what goes into brewing a Belgian Dark Strong Ale, what it should taste like, and some considerations for making the best one possible.
They also had a frank discussion about the current dangerous climate of craft beer. Is it enough to just want to make money in the craft beer industry, or is there something more needed? They discuss some local breweries, as well as some breweries which are coming soon. You don’t want to miss this quintessential episode of the Ale Evangelist Show!
On this episode of the Ale Evangelist Show, the Scotsman and Drew get to try a special 20th Anniversary edition of Dogfish Head’s Higher Math, a 17% abv Golden Ale with Sour Cherries and Chocolate!
They talk about the Brewer’s Association’s list, Top 50 Craft Breweries in the US, as well as they discuss some stupid beer laws around the US, some of which are changing.
Don’t miss this boozy episode of the Ale Evangelist Show!