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Sam Adams Imperial Series

Originally published at GeekBeer. Please leave any comments there.

Hey kids. Welcome back for another installment of “Tom doesn’t really fully understand the strange magics Ethan does to get the podcast up here”.

This weeks podcast was on the Sam Adams Imperial Series, which is made up of their Imperial White, Double Bock and Imperial Stout.

Also, we spent a lot of time making fun of the Sam Adams beer glass. The problem was, while we offered up a whole list of things that were wrong with it, we never bothered to come up with any solutions.

Thankfully, Ethan and I stepped up to the plate. I offer you, THE GEEK BEER GLASS.

Soon to be available where ever finer glassware/vases are sold.

Oh yes, and the podcast itself, for those of you who are so inclined, is available here.

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Go WAHA! WA homebrewers can transport beer now!

Originally published at GeekBeer. Please leave any comments there.

For those that don’t know, until recently, it was technically illegal to take homebrewed beer out of the residence where it was made. The only exception was if you were taking the beer to a competition, and then you could only take 1 gallon at a time and the only people that could taste the beer were the judges. Yeah. Go go civil liberties?

Thanks to the Washington Homebrewers’ Association, this has been changed. The new bill (along with strikeout text so you can see how idiotic the first bill was) went into effect 4 days ago.

WA homebrewers can now transport up to 20 gallons of beer outside their home for a variety of purposes. Thanks, WAHA!

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#23: Tripeled Up: Chimay White, Pike Place Monk’s Uncle, and Anderson Valley Brother David

Originally published at GeekBeer. Please leave any comments there.

Tripel’s aren’t our normal bag, but I had a few in the cellar. GeekBeer News makes an appearance, as does Abbot, the brew dog. Enjoy!

Tripels

This lacks vital stats because I’m lazy, but follows the usual format:
- intro (aka Tom and Ethan talking about nonsense)
- Stuff about Chimay White (yum)
- Stuff about Pike Place Monk’s Uncle (er…. ugh)
- GeekBeer News
- Stuff about Anderson Valley Brother David (yummier)

The direct link for those that like to listen in-browser is right here.

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#23: Tripeled Up: Chimay White, Pike Place Monk’s Uncle, and Anderson Valley Brother David

Originally published at GeekBeer. Please leave any comments there.

Tripel’s aren’t our normal bag, but I had a few in the cellar. GeekBeer News makes an appearance, as does Abbot, the brew dog. Enjoy!

Tripels

This lacks vital stats because I’m lazy, but follows the usual format:
- intro (aka Tom and Ethan talking about nonsense)
- Stuff about Chimay White (yum)
- Stuff about Pike Place Monk’s Uncle (er…. ugh)
- GeekBeer News
- Stuff about Anderson Valley Brother David (yummier)

The direct link for those that like to listen in-browser is right here.

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#21: Interview about the history of Redhook with Bryan Lee, Regional Marketing Manager for Craft Bre

Originally published at GeekBeer. Please leave any comments there.

This week, I managed to get ahold of Bryan Lee, Regional Marketing Manager for Redhook in Woodinville, WA. I’m posting this before I have transcribed the whole thing, but trust me that a transcription is coming later in the week.

Bryan and I talked about the history of Redhook and the Craft Brewer’s Alliance. We covered everything from the beer Redhook was brewing in those early Seattle days, to their modern series of Limited Edition brews.

This is the first interview of at least two with Redhook folk that I’ll be doing. The next will be coming in the next few weeks.

While you’re here, you might check out my writeup of Redhook’s brewing process.

Direct link for those of you that listen in-browser is right here.

Enjoy!

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#21: Interview about the history of Redhook with Bryan Lee, Regional Marketing Manager for Craft Bre

Originally published at GeekBeer. Please leave any comments there.

This week, I managed to get ahold of Bryan Lee, Regional Marketing Manager for Redhook in Woodinville, WA. I’m posting this before I have transcribed the whole thing, but trust me that a transcription is coming later in the week.

Bryan and I talked about the history of Redhook and the Craft Brewer’s Alliance. We covered everything from the beer Redhook was brewing in those early Seattle days, to their modern series of Limited Edition brews.

This is the first interview of at least two with Redhook folk that I’ll be doing. The next will be coming in the next few weeks.

While you’re here, you might check out my writeup of Redhook’s brewing process.

Direct link for those of you that listen in-browser is right here.

Enjoy!

overmyhead
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#21: Interview about the history of Redhook with Bryan Lee, Regional Marketing Manager for Craft Bre

Originally published at GeekBeer. Please leave any comments there.

This week, I managed to get ahold of Bryan Lee, Regional Marketing Manager for Redhook in Woodinville, WA. I’m posting this before I have transcribed the whole thing, but trust me that a transcription is coming later in the week.

Bryan and I talked about the history of Redhook and the Craft Brewer’s Alliance. We covered everything from the beer Redhook was brewing in those early Seattle days, to their modern series of Limited Edition brews.

This is the first interview of at least two with Redhook folk that I’ll be doing. The next will be coming in the next few weeks.

Direct link for those of you that listen in-browser is right here.

Enjoy!

overmyhead
  • thaen

#21: Interview about the history of Redhook with Bryan Lee, Regional Marketing Manager for Craft Bre

Originally published at GeekBeer. Please leave any comments there.

This week, I managed to get ahold of Bryan Lee, Regional Marketing Manager for Redhook in Woodinville, WA. I’m posting this before I have transcribed the whole thing, but trust me that a transcription is coming later in the week.

Bryan and I talked about the history of Redhook and the Craft Brewer’s Alliance. We covered everything from the beer Redhook was brewing in those early Seattle days, to their modern series of Limited Edition brews.

This is the first interview of at least two with Redhook folk that I’ll be doing. The next will be coming in the next few weeks.

Direct link for those of you that listen in-browser is right here.

Enjoy!