Tap the Craft - Craft Beer Education
About This Show
Tap the Craft is an informational podcast about craft beer and targeting the everyday beer drinker. The hosts are craft beer enthusiasts whose passion for this hobby comes out in the show. This podcast is focused on talking about the craft beer hobby in layman terms, not elitist speak. Entry into craft beer should not be a daunting and scary endeavor, so we want to help you learn about craft beer so you too can become a craft beer enthusiast. So whether you are well experienced or new to craft beer, there should be something you.
Most Recent Episode
Tap the Craft Episode 61: Thanksgiving and Cask Ales
Happy Thanksgiving and we give you Episode 61 with an explanation and history of cask ales. We also discuss several beer industry news articles and a guide to pairing your Thanksgiving meal with beers. We encourage you to participate in our listener tasting notes segment in the next episode by picking up a bottle of the Full Sail Brewing Wassail winter warmer and tasting along with us.
If you would like to contact the show you can reach the hosts through email at email@example.com, or follow us on twitter @tapthecraft, interact with us on Facebook at facebook.com/tapthecraft or leave comments on the show post on openforumradio.com.
You can follow Denny on Twitter, Instagram and Untappd @lucescrew. You can follow John on Twitter @primebrewing and on Untappd @primeWA and follow his blog at www.homebrewengineer.com.
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Beers mentioned on the show:
Almanac Hoppy Sour: Mandarina
Puyallup River Imperial Eggnog Mud Mountain Milk Stout
Payette Barrel aged Pistolero
Crux Half Hitch Mosaic Imperial IPA
Boneyard Beer Incredible Pulp Pale Ale
Backwoods Brewing Roughin’ It Rye
Crooked Fence Hither Brown
Jolly Pumpkin Noel De Calabaza
Full Sail Brewing Wassail
Links to the articles discussed:
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