On this highly distractible episode of the Ale Evangelist Show, the guys read an e-mail from an ACTUAL JAPANESE LISTENER! Among other strange topics on the show, they read sugar free gummy bear product reviews, Drew gets a slug of…something in the improperly aged beer they tried as the show beer. Man, they covered everything and more on this hilarious episode. Some upcoming beer releases and a discussion on whether the new Indie Craft Brewer seal is a good idea or not. They had a good time, and they know you will too on this episode of the Ale Evangelist Show.
On this episode of the Ale Evangelist Show, the Scotsman and Drew try another of these new-fangled hazy IPAs, with much happiness. They raved about that for awhile, until they realized that Founders is releasing…a barrel-aged malt liquor. Let that rattle around in your brain awhile. A malt liquor…aged in a barrel.
…Yeah, we don’t get it either.
Finally, the guys talk about the in’s and out’s of aging beer. How do you do it right? How do you do it so you can really reap the rewards of your patience? The Ale Evangelist Show returns to its informational roots on this latest episode; don’t miss it!
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On this episode of the Ale Evangelist Show, Rodbo and the Scotsman drink a 4 year old Bigfoot Barleywine Style Ale from Sierra Nevada Brewing Company! How does it hold up after 4 years of cold storage? Listen and find out. They also talk about how Vermonters have had it up to HERE with Californians calling their ales “Vermont Ales.” Finally, the Scotsman geeks out in a HUGE way talking about water chemistry and what it takes to change your water chemistry for brewing. Do you amend your brewing water? Contact the Ale Evangelist Show at 209-800-ALES and let them know!
Whitey makes his triumphant return on the Ale Evangelist Show, and Drew dips into the Beer Closet!
This show explores important topics like…Is is really ok to like crappy beer? What does the Scotsman’s homebrew taste like? What is an Oktoberfest beer? Why does Alabama want the personal information of anyone who buys beer directly from a brewery?
To console themselves over this violation of civil liberties, Drew busted out a 4 year old Speedway Stout from Alesmith, a 4 year old 395 Double IPA from Mammoth, and the guys try a tasty new Mango Session ale from Ballast Point. More hilarity, as you’ve come to expect from Whitey.
All this and a MASSIVE taplist from the California Craft Beer Summit on this episode of the Ale Evangelist Show.