Bryan Ulbrich of Left Foot Charley swings by and brings some amazing ciders for us to try! There isn't a better time of year to drink cider than the fall, and Bryan fills our brains with tons of Left Foot Charley knowledge. Find more out at www.Leftfootcharley.com. They have a great event coming up for Halloween so make sure to check it out!
It's the Centurions Birthday week so we have him join us on the show for a few laughs!
We finally try the Cocoa Porter from Kentucky and the Brew 4 the Crew for the show is the Humongous from North Peak Brewing Company, so make sure to grab a bottle from your local beer store.
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"Beer Tastes Good Today!" And that's how are show starts today, and it couldn't be more true. Matt Therrien, Head Brewer and Owner of Lake Ann Brewing Company, made the short but beautiful trip from Lake Ann to our studio today! We get to pick Matt's brain about Lake Ann Brewing Company and what we can look forward to seeing out of his business in the future. The crew talks a bit about the brewery stops they made with their week off and also some of the tasty beers they've been enjoying.
The Brew 4 the Crew today is the Arbor Brewing Company Violin Monster, which is an Autumn Ale.
Rootstand has some great songs for you to enjoy during intermissions.
There is a new trivia question this week, so make sure to send in your answer using the Speak Pipe App. and win yourself 10$ to North Peak Brewing Company.
Email the show at Drinkmybrewcast@icloud.com, like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter. Let us know what you've been drinking and if you have a beer you would like us to rate during the Brew 4 the Crew!
This episodes Brew 4 the Crew was Great Lakes Brewing Company's Oktoberfest. The five beers we tasted for our Oktoberfest and Pumpkin Ale segment were Atwater Bloktoberfest, Short's Noble Chaos, Big Eddy Uber - Oktoberfest, Arcadia Ales Jaw Jacker, and New Holland's Ichabod. Let us know what Oktoberfest or Pumpkin Ales are your favorite this time of year!
Music by Mountain Standard Time! Check them out at www.mstband.com
We decide to hit the old dusty trail and head out to Suttons Bay to check out Hop Lot Brewing Company. They are still in the middle of construction, but it was awesome to see where they were at and hear all about their vision for the brewery. Thanks to Steve Lutke, Drew Lutke, and Luke Johnson for giving us a tour of their property and future brewery! We are excited to see what Hop Lot brings to the table in their future and get to try some of their beer.
The Brew 4 the Crew is the Cheboygan Brewing Company's Oktoberfest, so make sure to grab a bottle and try it with us!
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We want to thank Mike Dwyer, head brewer at Mackinaw Brewing Company here in Traverse City, for swinging by the studio and chatting with us in our latest episode. Always great fun to catch up with Mike, and he was kind enough to bring us an IPA to try. This episodes Brew 4 the Crew is the Frankenmuth Oktoberfest, and we will be doing all Oktoberfest styles for the month of September. Make sure you get out to your local beer store and pick up the Brew 4 the Crew and try it with us while you listen. Special guest Pauly Jams swings by the studio and we share a few laughs. Hope you guys enjoy this high energy episode and make sure to email us with any questions or comments at email@example.com.
We got a lot of great interviews at the Microbrew and Music Festival this past weekend and can’t wait to share them with you. The festival takes place right in our back yard and we would like to thank Porterhouse Productions for giving us access to all the brewers at the brewers tent. We are attaching more show notes throughout the day!
It was our pleasure to sit down with so many brewers and brewery representatives, including Odd Side Ales, Rockford Brewing Company, Latitude 42, and many more. We look forward to getting these guys back in the studio so we can really spend some time getting to know them and learn all about their breweries. Looking forward to attending the winter festival, but until then we are going to enjoy the beautiful fall season coming up!
Mike Wooster from the Jolly Pumpkin stops in to chat beer and business with us. Unfortunately Shauny Boy had to miss this episode, but Los Bob and Carly had no problem picking up his slack. The Brew 4 the Crew is Shorts Brew Wit Happens, and Moranimal tastes and rates the beer with us. Los Bob and Moranimal sing a new version of a Brew News Intro... which you might want to skip for your own good! We talk about upcoming festivals and we definitely have a blast in the studio today. Let us know what you think!
It's time to hit the road and head out to Beggar's Brewery's brewing facility, which we haven't had a chance to see yet. Mike Rizik has been kind enough to invite us out to tour his place, and let us try some more of his tasty beer! It's always great catching up with him, and we get a sneak peak of some of his ideas for a tasting room in the future.
The Summer Microbrew and Music Festival is quickly approaching, so we make sure to keep you updated on that. And in good spirit, we not only did a Trivia question for 25$ to North Peak Brewing Company, we also are giving away two tickets to The Summer Microbrew and Music Festival. make sure to call in using our SpeakPipe App. Also, make sure to like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter so you can stay up to date on all the latest Drink My Brewcast stuff.
Make sure to grab a bottle of Founder's Dissenter IPL for the Brew 4 the Crew today! You'll find it in the 750mL bottle section.
The Crew gets out of the studio today and heads over to Remy Champts pad in the Slabtown area of Traverse City and checks out his home brew set up. We hung out in Remy's kick back lounge and drank a few of his home brew beers on draft while we told stories and got the down low on Remy's love for homebrewing. Also, we switch it up for the Brew 4 the Crew and decide to compare three different beers from Dark Horse Brewing Company. Each beer is a similar style, but features a different hop. Make sure to grab the Edacsac Dekoorc Eert, Ollopa Dekoorc Eert, and FF Dekoorc Eert and compare them with us! If you have any questions or comments for us, which we love, make sure to email us at Drinkmybrewcast@icloud.com
We mix it up a little bit this week and talk some local northern Michigan events with Matt Ross who is the Race Director for the upcoming Dune Dash and the TC Zombie Run which takes place in the fall. Matt is also an avid home brewer when he gets some free time. You can find more information about these events via the links provided.
Our Brew for the crew this week is the New Holland Black Tulip Triple Ale, which is part of New Hollands High Gravity Series.
We take a break from our normal segments this week but have no fear, they will be back next episode. We appreciate all you listeners out there and hope to hear from you at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are lucky to have Matt Greff Proprietor of Arbor Brewing Company in studio for Episode numero 70! We will have more info and back links in a few hours. Cheers! you crazy craft beer loving folk.
Happy 4th of July craft beer lovers, if your like us you’ll be celebrating with a cold White Hatter, Nicie Spicie, or Sky High Rye with a bunch of fighter jets flying over your head. One thing we will not be drinking is the Purple Gang Pilsner (Sorry Atwater) and this weeks Brew for the Crew might be hanging with PGP over the holiday weekend.
We are very excited to invite back Dave Hale the head brewer at North Peak Brewing Company in Traverse City. Dave has been a supporter from the very beginning and stops by to talk some brewing, and we were lucky to try some of his new creations.
We get a chance to talk to the head brewer of Mountain Town Brewing Company formally known as Mt. Pleasant Brewing Company, Kim Kowalski. We have more information to add to these show notes and will be adding it over the next few hours. Enjoy the episode!