Episode 078 - Jailbreak Brewing Co.

We headed out to Laurel, Maryland to stop by Jailbreak Brewing Co. to talk about the numerous exciting projects they have going on. Brewmaster Ryan Harvey filled us in on Wunderground (their barreling and sours program), the 4th anniversary party with DJ Biz Markie, and various new beers coming out, including Funk Sway (formerly named after an 80's tv show that took place in Florida- wink wink.) Then Fred Malinis gave us details on the grand opening of their new restaurant Jailbreak FoodWorks.

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Episode 077 - Smoketown Brewing Station

We headed down to Brunswick, Md to talk with Greg Nichols, David Blackmon, and Jake Blackmon about Smoketown Brewing Station. The filled us in on some upcoming beers, their first canned beer, the soon to be opened event space, and their two year anniversary hootenanny. We also had time for some ghost stories.

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Episode 074 - Guinness Brewmaster Peter Wiens

We packed up studio and headed out to Halethorpe, MD to sit down with Peter Wiens, the brewmaster for the Guinness Open Gate Brewery & Barrel House. Peter described how he has had the dream of brewing at Guinness for a long time. We also talked about his time at Stone Brewing, starting a brewery with his nephew, and working at Budweiser.

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Episode 071 - Baltimore Whiskey Company EPOCH!

Max Lents, co-founder of Baltimore Whiskey Company swings by the studio to discuss progress on their move to the Union Collective and the much-anticipated release of their first rye whiskey, the first to be distilled in Baltimore in approximately 75 years. Max was kind enough to give us the first look at the packaging and the first public taste of their new spirit.

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