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 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.
In this, THE NITROGEN BEER SHOW, The Scotsman and Drew try Old Chub Nitro, a Scotch Ale which is known for its creamy mouthfeel and rich flavor. The Scotsman and Drew talk about the upcoming on-location show at 10 EAST Kitchen and Taps in Turlock with Fieldwork Brewing Co, from Berkeley. It’s going to be a great event and a great show where the Scotsman and Drew will interview Derek from 10 EAST, Barry from Fieldwork Brewing, and possibly even some other guests! Join us at 10 EAST Wednesday, May 20th at 5pm for an excellent night of beer and food! In this show, learn about why beers were put on Nitro to begin with, what that little widget thing is for, and how nitrogen changes a beer!
The Scotsman and Drew discuss the ingredients of beer: Barley, Hops, Water, and Yeast. What are these simple-yet-Oh-So-Complex ingredients and how do brewers use them to make the liquid awesomeness of beer? In this podcast, we answer some questions: Is there really a beer purity law in Germany? What was the Reinheitsgabot instituted for? Are there any other ingredients used in the creation of this most wonderful beverage? In the midst of all of this, they enjoy a Rogue New Crustacean Barleywineish Imperial IPA Sorta. (Yeah, that’s the name. Leave it to Rogue.)
I have been remiss in posting, congregants, I know. Trust me, it is not because there has not been good beer about which I could write. There has been plenty to write, but not enough time to write it in. Last night, I had a beer for the first time, which I thoroughly enjoyed: Heavy Horse Scotch Ale from Big Sky Brewing Co. These are the fine folks who brought you the fantastic Moose Drool Brown Ale, among other excellent ales. This Scotch Ale from them continues the line in a very pleasant way. Continue reading to find out what I mean. Continue reading