The Brunswick Beer Collective is a beer podcast recorded at The Alehouse Project in Brunswick East, Melbourne. It's 3 guys talking about the world of craft beer and other related (and not so related) topics.
S18E06: The Uncertain Season: ‘We Beyonce’d this beer’
PODCAST | In this revelatory episode we talk with Michael and Chloe, the powerhouse couple from Burnley Brewing, about their lives, their beers, and our very first canned collaboration beer, the Peach Melba Pie NEIPA. We also chronicle what makes a good stout, the state of hospo in the time of COVID-19, and how the brewery took their NEIPA game to the next level.
And once again, this episode is brought to you thanks to the power of Zoom. You can see all of our faces on video via the Brunswick Beer Collective Facebook page, or just listen to our sultry tones on your regular podcasting things.
Featured beers: Peach Melba Pie NEIPA and Dry Stout from Burnley Brewing.
S18E05: The Uncertain Season: ‘Citrusy And Thick And Good’
PODCAST | In this wild and chaotic episode we chat with DJ, the esteemed head brewer from Mountain Culture Beer Co., about his past, the brewery, and super-hazy beers. We also talk a lot about Pina Coladas, former video stores, and oat cream beers, and try to drum up a rivalry with another show stopping brewery.
And three times in a row, this sucker is brought to you via the power of Zoom, from our homes (read: bars) to yours. Check out the video on the Brunswick Beer Collective Facebook page.
Featured beers: Status Quo and Tomorrow Noon from Mountain Culture Beer Co.
S18E04: The Uncertain Season: ‘Blurred into a haze’
PODCAST | In this whirlwind episode we talk about the latest beers to drop in this pandemic-filled world, discuss several beers from the Carwyn Cellars Quarantinnies box, and find new and exciting beer-related uses for tea and flour straining utensils.
And once again, this episode is brought to you via zoom, which means there’s also a version available via video so you can see how how radio-friendly our faces really are. Check it out on the Brunswick Beer Collective Facebook page.
Featured beers: Steph Likes A Party by Hawkers Beer and Berry Isolated – Raspberry NEIPA by Old Wives Ales.
S18E03: The Uncertain Season: ‘Drinking a lot more at home’
PODCAST | In this lockdown-based episode we talk about the challenges quarantine brings to keeping up a healthy craft beer drinking culture. From the highs of finding a new beer at a bottle shop, to the lows of avoiding public transport, this episode has it all, including some poor audio quality thanks to our friends at Zoom/general technology.
And speaking of technology, there comes a time when every podcast decides it needs to try its hand at creating a video version of its inane normals, and this episode is that hand. You can watch our housebound faces at the Brunswick Beer Collective Facebook page.
Featured beers: Back To Cali and Double Red IPA by Mountain Culture Beer Co.
S18E02: The Uncertain Season: ‘Do You Want Soft Or Hard Tacos?’
PODCAST | In this jaw-dropping episode, Froth Beercast teams up with The Brunswick Beer Collective to bring you the second part of a special two-part podcast, recorded at Melbourne’s Bar SK a week before the bar’s shutdown and a week and a few days before COVID-19 caused a mass pub shutdown.
It’s the continuation of our previous long and unstructured conversation, this time heavily focused on the topic of the upcoming issue of Froth, and what it means to be independent. We also continue to feature excessive background noise.
Featured beer: New England IPA by Burnley Brewing.
S18E01: The Uncertain Season: ‘This Podcast Could Be Illegal Tomorrow’
PODCAST | In this earth-shattering episode, The Brunswick Beer Collective teams up with Froth Beercast to bring you the first part of a special two-part podcast, recorded at Melbourne’s Bar SK a week before the bar’s shutdown and a week and a few days before COVID-19 caused a mass pub shutdown.
It’s a long and unstructured conversation about the future of craft beer in Melbourne and Australia, combined with some signature beer reviews, loud background noise, and stories that go to unexpected places.
We also mention the Brunswick Beer Collective’s upcoming collaboration beer, a Peach Melba NEIPA, brewed in collaboration with Burnley Brewing and wonder if it will ever be released, you know, given the whole pandemic thing.
Featured beer: Distortion 2020 by Otherside Brewing Co.
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Great podcast, love that we have another aussie podcast