Podcast – A Lemon Meringue BEER?

On this episode of the Ale Evangelist Show, the Scotsman and Drew rejoice with Blaker Brewing and weep with Speakeasy Ales and Lagers. They try New Glory brewing beers on the show for the first time.  And folks, one of those beers is the Lemon Meringue Pie Specialty Ale collab. with High Water Brewing Co! Is it good? Does it suck? What about the Juicy Secret IPA? Well, you want to listen to this episode of the Ale Evangelist show and find out!

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Podcast: A New Brewery in Modesto?

On this faux-pas-prone episode of the Ale Evangelist Show, Rodbo and the Scotsman discuss a new Modesto brewery, Dagny Brewing Co. They drink City of the Sun IPA from Modern Times, and Beer for Breakfast Stout from Dogfish Head.

Much laughter ensues, while they discuss such varied subject as Patrick’s Sausage, the amateur videos that Rodbo and the Scotsman have starred in, and some great beer and breweries in the great Central Valley of California.

Rodbo makes some startling admissions (you’ve never drank WHAT?), and the Scotsman vows to get Tom Lucas from Blaker Brewing on the Show.

It’s a good time, and you don’t want to miss the latest episode of the Ale Evangelist show.

Podcast: Urinating in the Beer Cooler

The foam on nitro beers is beyond compare!

The foam on nitro beers is beyond compare!

On this episode of the Ale Evangelist Show, the guys crack open a beer provided by listener Joe! A Nitro Russian Imperial Stout goes down smoothly while they talk about the nature of craft beer, play a listener voicemail, and discuss the RateBeer.com Best Beer awards.

Finally, they discuss what Australians apparently do when they’ve had too much to drink. Crazy Aussies and their urinating in the cold room of a bottle shop! The guys have fun on this classic episode of the Ale Evangelist Show!

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Podcast: The Return of Drew

The beer, the myth, the legend, Cantillon Classic Gueuze!

The beer, the myth, the legend, Cantillon Classic Gueuze!

After a multi-week “vacation” away from the show for work purposes, Drew returns, and the Ale Evangelists celebrate by cracking open a rare bottle from Cantillon, a Belgian brewery renowned for their production of the sour style, Gueuze. Does it live up to the hype?

They also discussed the relatively recent trend of layoffs at craft breweries. Why is this happening, and is this another sign of The End of Craft Beer?

Find out what the Scotsman and Drew think about this and more on this episode of the Ale Evangelist Show.

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Podcast: Hank Olson and the Food Fix Truck

The beauty of a 4-year-old Ovila Quad from Sierra Nevada. Tasty, tasty beer.

The beauty of a 4-year-old Ovila Quad from Sierra Nevada. Tasty, tasty beer.

On this episode of the Ale Evangelist Show, the Ale Evangelists welcome special guest Hank Olson, owner of the Food Fix Truck. We talk food, beer, and the FOOD FIX SECRET MENU! Yup, it’s only a secret if you don’t listen.

Also on this extra-fun episode, Hank Olson does the Crappy Beer challenge…TWICE! How did he do? Give credit where credit is due, but you have to listen to find out. Put this episode on and head to the Food Fix Truck for a great experience! You don’t want to miss this episode of the Ale Evangelist Show.

While we missed Drew on this show, it was great to have Hank from the Food Fix here to talk about his amazing food...and beer!

While we missed Drew on this show, it was great to have Hank from the Food Fix here to talk about his amazing food…and beer!

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