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The Podcast

Tuesday
Jan172017

Hoppy New Beer

 

Our first show of 2017!  Welcome back to another episode of the Beer Coasters Podcast, we hope the new year is treating you well so far.  Mike makes a chilling appearance with Blizzard Of Hops from Tröegs.  Toby introduces a new brewery to the Beer Coasters lineup with John Paul Jones Cocolate Peanut Butter Stout from Brew Rebellion.  Tony Leone decided he'd feel more comfortable doing a Backyard Beer Tasting instead.  Be sure to check that one out.  If anyone out there has any questions or comments, please feel free to send us an email: backwash@beercoasterspodcast.com.  Cheers!

Hoppy New Beer

Tuesday
Nov292016

Caught Mid-Fall

 

Fall is in full swing.  The pumpkins have ripened and have been picked and put into our beer.  Thanksgiving is over.  Now it's time to reflect and give thanks.  Having been caught mid-Fall, the Beer Coasters try to squeeze in yet another pumpkin beer show.  In this episode, Tony tries the Imperial Pumpkin Ale from Weyerbacher - the same one Mike had during the GourdAle Kombat pumpkin challenge episode.  Toby orders a Venti of the Pumpkin Spice Latte from Breckenridge Brewery and Mike shreds the Master Of Pumpkins from Tröegs.  We hope everyone has been safe and is spending some quality time with loved ones.  Preferably with beer in hand.  Cheers!

Caught Mid-Fall

Saturday
Nov262016

British Invasion

It was the early '60's and music was changing.  The blokes from across the pond started making the teenage girls of the U.S. all hot and bothered.  In this episode, we try some British staples: the London Pride form Fuller's, the Taddy Porter from Samuel Smith and the Young's Double Chocolate Stout.  Whether or not you feel these beers are the benchmark in their respected styles, you can't deny the way they've shaped the modern beer world.  Cheers!

British Invasion