Brew / Drink / Run - The Craft Beer and Home Brewing Podcast for Runners | Exercise, Beer and Homebrew Chat
About This Show
Brew / Drink / Run is a community podcast for craft beer enthusiasts interested in home brewing, consuming the best craft beers in the world and running as a form of exercise to burn off those extra liquid calories. We share the latest from exciting US and international micro and nano breweries. Plus, we have a lot of fun. The show is based in Savannah GA.
Most Recent Episode
167: Rolling Hills of Abbeya
3 days ago
We drink Hardywood Peach Tripel on this week's podcast!
Rated 4 out of
My go to show!
I've been listening to their podcast while running lately. I'm a craft beer lover and a runner, so this really suits my interests. I feel like I should start some home brews so I can really live up to the Brew Drink Run title. The guys (and one time their wives) put on a great podcast. Informative, funny, and it's just like hanging out with your friends.
Date published: 2014-03-05
Rated 5 out of
The Name Sums It Up Nicely
A fun show that never takes itself too seriously, the hosts review craft beer in an unpretentious way that makes newbies feel welcome but doesn't exclude more experienced tasters. The running and homebrewing parts are shorter but still interesting, even if you're only in it for the beer (like me).
Date published: 2013-12-06
Rated 5 out of
I have been a dedicated podcast (and audiobook) listener for years. Brew / Drink / Run is one of my favorite podcasts. I am a runner, and a lover of food and drink, which is how I located the show. I am a gardener not a brewer, but I have friends who brew professionally and at home. Subsequently, the best aspect of this show is not the topics, it is the friendship between Lee, Keith, and Raymond. Lee is remarkably witty - sarcastic, but never in a passive-aggressive way. Lee’s “Beer Review Theatre” will make you laugh out loud. Keith is the most knowledgeable and usually does most of the talking, but his information and insights are so interesting the show never seems off balance. Raymond is an artist, professor, and traveler with an excellent (although dry) sense of humor, which complements the show perfectly. They have funny segments with tunes you cannot get out of your head, “We’re going back in time to Keith’s spreadsheet…” Yep, it’s the greatest spreadsheet ever created. They rarely speak poorly of a beer, and frequently focus on the positive which is nice given the unremitting lack of civility online and in media culture.
The low down: I have located, tried, and loved beers I never would have purchased if not for this show. Due to the knowledge and interest I have gained listening to this show, I frequently pair food with beer (as opposed to only wine). I now have a subscription to Noble Brewer because of an episode they produced about the club. If you like beer, or want to know more about craft brews, listen to this show; it is great, and the guys are great. It will not disappoint.
Date published: 2016-01-06