Podcast: Solo Show-But It’s Better Than Drinking Alone

On this Scotsfamily-sickness-induced solo show, the Scotsman drinks a great Kolsch-style beer provided by Listener Patrick, and talks about a few things happening in the beer world: An update on the independent craft brewer seal, 50 State List of Commercial Beer Clone Recipes, and an update on the Amador County Fair Homebrew and Commercial beer competition. All this and a review of Last Call Brewing Company’s Citra SMaSHdown IPA. Don’t miss this latest episode of the Ale Evangelist Show.

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Podcast: Whither Sandude?

Hazy as all getout, is this beer as juicy as its name implies? Will it overcome Rodbo’s unnatural hop hatred? Listen and find out!

On this episode of the Ale Evangelist Show, the Scotsman, Rodbo, and Drew undergo a change in the show’s location to the newly-named Budweiser Bunker to escape the plague at the Scots Estate.

But the Scotsman and Drew don’t crash Rodbo’s house without bringing that gift of gifts: excellent, well-crafted beer.

They drink the Juice Box Hero from Central Coast Brewing Co. and talk all things Central Coast, as the Scotsman has recently returned from Cambria and sampling all the wonderful breweries thereabouts.

In addition to the frivolity of the Ale Evangelists getting together, they also talk about some exciting news regarding St. Stan’s Brewing Co!

You don’t want to miss this episode of the Ale Evangelist Show.

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Podcast: Beer Doesn’t Grow Up

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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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Podcast: Brewing Chemists?

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Rodbo photobombs a pic of this lovely American Style Barleywine

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!

 

 

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Podcast: Sour Awesomeness!!!

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Guys, don’t let the sticker shock stop you. Treat yourself to this absolutely beautiful beer sometime.

On this show, Drew returns to a fantastic, well-balanced sour ale: The Figaro Ale from Cascade Brewing Company. Oh man, this one is worth every cent!  We also talk about some news from the St. Stans Brewing Company, some rumors about Sandude, and excitement is building for Blaker Brewing! The Scotsman reviews Altamont Beer Works and some of the beer they had at that fantastic creator of fine, hoppy beers. He also talks about a new way to get fresh beer delivered cold right to your door.  Filled with information and entertainment, as always, you don’t want to miss this episode of the Ale Evangelist Show!

 

 

 

 

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