*This was recorded during a beer release party, please excuse the audio quality.*
We talk to our good friends from Shelfies the Show and the great guys from Waverly Brewing Company about their beer collaberation.
Garrett Chambers, co-founder of Cushwa Brewing Company in Williamsport, Maryland, joins Chris and guest host John Burroughs from Barley and Hops to talk about his brewery. We also debate the merits of zip vs pull over hoodies.
Flying Dog Brewery CEO Jim Caruso joins us to discuss his company’s decision to withdraw from the Brewer’s Association, citing the BA’s new marketing and advertising code. We also talked about the First Amendment Society, Freedom Reads, and a quick update on Flying Dog's brewery expansion.
Henry Abromson from Miles & Stockbridge and J.T. Smith, former executive director of the Brewer's Association of Maryland, are in the studio to discuss legal issues facing breweries today; especially those relating to intellectual property.
We join Captain Jennifer Kaye onboard her sailboat the Schooner Woodwind for a Jailbreak beer tasting cruise. Click here to see all of the cruises she offers. We will have a video of the cruise posted soon.
Curtis Ferguson and Rob Goss from the internet web series “Shelfies” join Chris and guest host Jim Bauckman from Monocacy Brewing in studio to talk their show and craft beer fan culture.
Click here for info on the Brewer's Alley Caribbean Beer dinner.
Grail Point Brewery’s CEO, Tyler Oyler and COO, Jeff Kusterbeck joined us in the studio to talk about their Baltimore-based brewing operation. We discussed their start with a Kickstarter campaign all the way to their recently penned deal with Buffalo Wild Wings.
Brookeville Beer Farm was unable to join us in the studio as planned today, so here is audio recorded while at the Maryland Craft Beer Festival. Beth Sands caught up with J.T. Merryweather Co-Founder of RAR Brewing and Katie Curl Marketing Manager for Brookeville Beer Farm.
Dan McNeill and Meg MacWhirter of MISCellaneous Distillery in Mt. Airy, Md are in the studio to discuss their newly opened distillery.
Producer's note: Despite the abuse of their producer during recording, host Chris Sands and Colin McGuire somehow had this episode delivered without any manipulation of their voices- or did they? Let's find out...