Willing to stand on our craft beer soapbox and talk about low-calorie craft beer. Where the hell are they? I need to take the edge off (but not too much off) and I don’t want to resort to Ultras.
Alright, now that we have said that, get ready for some things in this episode. Things like wide hops, the best Colorado breweries, the Business 80, Yardhouse is about to switch out tap handles, everybody loves music from Toto and a LOT more beer geek fun!
WARNING! You may want to find a Hamm’s beer after listening to this.
Crack it open! Let’s have some beers! At least listen to us have some beers with Hops Cascade! Yep, Hops Cascade shows up to drink with us. Who is Hops Cascade? He’s nobody, we made him up. But he is still in this episode.
Speaking of the episode, we are going to have all our usual hang-out fun with our craft beers, we love them so. We are going to talk about some craft beer culture news (good job Modern Times). We are going to listen to people call us and make fun of us. We are going to talk about beer releases you should look out. We are going to drink gold.
Things have been quiet around here for a few weeks so we decided to wake up the Indie Beer Gods and have Tyler (Head Awesome Dude at Libertine Brewing), Rad Stacey (New Belgium) and Tony Bagz (from THAT episode and Central Coast Distributing), on the show again. It’ll be FUN.
There might be some surf talk, brewing talk, New Belg talk, beer bar talk, sour beer advice, bad Mother’s Day advice, and lots of drinking!!
This week we are joined by Golden Beer God, Tony Bagz, and owner of Libertine Brewing, Tyler Clark. These two love great great beer and know how to talk about it in a way we’ve never heard on the Perfect Pour before.
We’re going to learn about working in the industry, brewing, getting beer on grocery shelves and hear the story of how you open a small, bold, eclectic, unique brewery. Tyler and Tony put it out there and don’t hold back.
PLUS our boy Tony Bagz! It’s so freaking awesome to have Tony finally in the studio!!
And let’s not forget, Ballast Point has a big shakeup and it fuels several discussions about Buyout Beer and what it is doing to the industry of craft beer. This gets very real.
Please excuse the length and give this one a listen!