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!
On this audience-participation episode of the Ale Evangelist Show, Scotsman and Drew talk about why anyone in their right mind would brew an oyster stout. (Turns out 21st Amendment would!)
They also hit up some beer news concerning Stone Brewing, BrewDog out of Scotland, and talk about some upcoming breweries opening in Sacramento.
The guys also crack a VERY special show beer in the Prairie Artisan Ales Apple Brandy Barrel Noir! Oh man…they were impressed and floored by the quality of this amazing beer.
Next time Patrick gets some, you NEED to drop the cash and pick up a bottle or 4! (If Patrick doesn’t limit you.) Seriously…an amazing beer.
Drew returns on this excessively fun episode of the Ale Evangelist Show.
Is the Zymatic really brewing, or are people just being sticks in the mud? Learn about the crap that beer snobs say and what they really mean.
Find out what beers are being released in the next month or so, and find out whether the craft beer industry is still growing.
All this, a packed beer calendar, and a summary of what all is happening at the California Craft Beer Summit this year on this fun-packed episode of the Ale Evangelist Show.
On this episode of the Ale Evangelist show, the Scotsman ranges outside of the Central Valley and discusses the beers of 927 Beer Company in Cambria, Firestone Walker in Paso Robles, and Central Coast Brewing Company in San Luis Obispo.
He talks about this week’s show beer, which is Black House Coffee Stout from Modern Times.
He also talks about the nature of brewing, automated brewing machinery (the Zymatic from Picobrew), and talks a bit about Patrick’s sausages over at the Market.
It’s a grab bag of topics on this solo episode of the Ale Evangelist Show!
On this especially tasty episode of the Ale Evangelist Show, Whitey returns…this time with snacks! The Piña Colada Sliders were incredible, and went perfectly with the Drake’s Hopocalypse White and Green Label double IPA’s we were tasting as our show beers.
Whitey’s most excellent recipe for these sliders is given in this show, along with a plug for the Milk Pail shop in Palo Alto (for the coconut gouda necessary for this recipe.
The Scotsman waxes eloquent on hops and how a beer that uses more hops can actually taste less bitter.
So is it the Green or White? What is their verdict? Also the current beer calendar on this episode of the Ale Evangelist Show!