Podcast: Old Dogs of Brewing

The Sentry IPA, from New Glory Brewing Company. Does it live up to the hype? Listen and find out!

On this short episode of the Ale Evangelist Show, the Scotsman flies the show alone and tries the Sentry IPA from New Glory Brewing Company. They bill this bad boy as a West Coast IPA, so the Scotsman talks about the American IPA style and discusses whether or not this beer is classified correctly. In addition, the Scotsman covers an article from BeerAdvocate magazine written by Andy Crouch about how the Old Dogs of Brewing are relying on some New Tricks.  Is it worth it? Will it save Craft Beer? Is craft beer really worth saving if it means the inclusion of these adulterated adult beverages?

Finally on a more concerning note, the Scotsman makes a heartfelt plea for prayer for the Rodbo family. Details are in this show.

Don’t miss this episode of the Ale Evangelist Show.

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Podcast: The Search for Drew

On this hilarity-laden episode of the Ale Evangelist Show, Drew ACTUALLY remembers that we’re recording, so we FINALLY get to drink the Ale Apothecary’s The Beer Formerly Known as LaTache. The well-balanced sour goes down smooth as we talk about various news in the beer world.

Did you know that Annheuser Busch’s craft beer buying division just laid off most of its employees? Is the Scotsman happy about this?

Did you know that certain beers have been linked to man b….well, just listen to find out what we’re talking about.

It was a fun show to record; you don’t want to miss this episode of the Ale Evangelist Show.

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Podcast: IPA Day

On this bitter, floral episode of the Ale Evangelist Show, the Scotsman and Drew are overwhelmed by the bitterness of IPA Day as the same the Yakima Express from Silva Brewing Company.  Even after a month in the can, this beer is almost too bitter for the both of them.

They talk about the history of IPA Day, which is a happy subject.

Then, they shift to the recent acquisition of Anchor Brewing Company by Sapporo.

A cool discussion of the history of both of these venerable organizations means you don’t want to miss the next episode of the Ale Evangelist Show.

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Podcast: Craft Beer Grows Up

Faction makes an absolutely rockin’ IPA!

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.

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Podcast: Drake’s Hopocalypse & Whitey’s Snacks

The Green and White bottles side by side. It's a pretty sight, isn't it?

The Green and White bottles side by side. It’s a pretty sight, isn’t it?

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!

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