61 episodes

The BeerHealer is a story teller who wants to share the great stories of the craft beer world with you. Each episode is a half hour interview with someone involved in the world of brewing who has an interesting story to tell!

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The BeerHealer is a story teller who wants to share the great stories of the craft beer world with you. Each episode is a half hour interview with someone involved in the world of brewing who has an interesting story to tell!

    Ep. 61 - Session Ales Won't Pay The Bills, I'm Brewing Wild Ales! With Speciation Artisan Ales Owner, Mitch Ermatinger.

    Ep. 61 - Session Ales Won't Pay The Bills, I'm Brewing Wild Ales! With Speciation Artisan Ales Owner, Mitch Ermatinger.

    Survey Link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/3Q9285D

    This episode is for anyone interested in travelling a different path in the craft beer industry!

    Speciation Artisan Ales (https://speciationartisanales.com/) is based in Michigan, USA. Mitch Ermatinger founded the company on a shoe string budget with his wife Whitney, after having paid his dues in a number of jobs that would later hold him in good stead as he became "Mr Everything" at the brewery.

    This is a story of pragmatic decision making, doing the best you can with what you have and chasing a dream to make awesome beers form the natural surrounds. Mitch also found a unique way to have a tap room without needing a tap room, while also building hype around his beers...it's genius!

    if you are wanting to start your own small brewery, love wild ales, or appreciate cool ideas and thinking outside the square...this episode is for you!

    • 38 min
    Ep. 60 - The Pro, The Protege & The Hack: Hop the S**t out of it! With Dave Padden (Akasha) & Ben Miller (From Ben)

    Ep. 60 - The Pro, The Protege & The Hack: Hop the S**t out of it! With Dave Padden (Akasha) & Ben Miller (From Ben)

    Survey Link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/3Q9285D

    We are back for a new year of great craft beer stories!!

    Due to the positive feedback on our first episode of The Pro, The Protege & The Hack, we are going to continue to get together once a month to record a light-hearted look at brewing topics. Once again I have Dave Padden from Akasha, and From Ben's, Ben Miller joining me in the discussion.

    In this episode we discuss the do's and don'ts with hops, killer combos, double dry hopping, eating hop pellets and other sciencey s**t...and have a lot of fun while doing so!

    Ep. 59 - The Pro, The Protege & The Hack: Recipe Creation. With Dave Padden (Akasha) & Ben Miller (From Ben)

    Ep. 59 - The Pro, The Protege & The Hack: Recipe Creation. With Dave Padden (Akasha) & Ben Miller (From Ben)

    Introducing something new to the Beer Healer Interviews podcast stream!

    These podcasts are all about telling stories, but what if you could also learn a thing of two AND (hopefully) have a laugh at the same time?

    Well...here goes nuthin'

    In this episode, not only do the two lads share some great insights into designing awesome recipes, but they also:

    • Share tips for scaling up recipes;
    • Talk about why crystal malts are becoming less popular;
    • Let us in on the latest recipes they have created; and
    • Explain why they don't give a f$%k about style guidelines!

    If you like this, please help spread the word, and tell us what future topics you want us to discuss.

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    • 41 min
    Ep. 58 - Chur to Behemoth Brewing. With Giant Man, Andrew Childs.

    Ep. 58 - Chur to Behemoth Brewing. With Giant Man, Andrew Childs.

    On this episode of the beer healer interviews, I am pleased to say that despite significant connection problems with New Zealand, I am able to bring you this interview with Behemoth Brewing owner, brewer and resident giant, Andrew Childs.

    Apparently all of New Zealand was watching Netflix on the night of our interview and it caused all sorts of problems for us...even resulting in me finishing the interview on my own!

    This is the story of a gypsy brand shaking things up on both sides of the Tasman with their cheeky beer names and labels, and by brewing amazing beer. There are big changes coming for Behemoth, so I thought it would be a great time to find out more about their plans!

    Enjoy!

    • 23 min
    Ep. 57 - So I Wanna Turn This Hobby Into A Business...Now What? With Homebrew Fanatics Founder, Sam Attwater.

    Ep. 57 - So I Wanna Turn This Hobby Into A Business...Now What? With Homebrew Fanatics Founder, Sam Attwater.

    So this one is for all of you who have dreams of trying to turn your hobby into some kind of business. Listen up...it's pretty hard work!

    Sam Attwater, ex-pro brewer and now resident brewing expert at Cheeky Peaks Home Brew Store in Victoria, has a dream of taking his very popular Home Brewing Instagram account and turning it in to an online resource for all things home brewing, and hopefully being able to make a living in doing so.

    In this episode there is a special offer for all of you awesome listeners...listen for the secret code and then visit this link to activate it: https://www.homebrewfanatics.com/courses/digital-resource

    • 28 min
    Ep. 56 - I'm moving the brewery part of my Brew Pub! With Winston Brewing's Kris Miles.

    Ep. 56 - I'm moving the brewery part of my Brew Pub! With Winston Brewing's Kris Miles.

    If you are a craft beer lover and have visited Hobart, Tasmania...chances are you have made your way to a little pub called The Winston.

    With it great American inspired food and awesome range of beers, it is home to a unique cross section of the population. Kris Miles is the man behind the beers, he brews many of them own the road at The Winston Brewing Co...you see the Winston is actually a brew pub!

    But now it's time for a new brewery...and this is his story. In this episode we talk about:
    · What it's like to brew in a small town;
    · The benefits of the brew pub model;
    · What he is learning about shifting his brewery;
    · How he almost lost his brew kit and had to work with other brewers to find containers full of gear in China;
    · And how one of Australia's favourite beers, Philter XPA, began it's life in Hobart.

    • 24 min

Customer Reviews

agent saint ,

Entertaining

Gets me through my commutes to work and back prefer listening to this then the garbage on radio cheers

Spanish obsessed ,

Great informative chats

I love this podcast for its authenticity. You not only learn alot the interview style is super laid back and easy to listen to. Kinda like having a beer with your mates and chatting about life. Keep it up beer healer great work

Beertrooper ,

Genuine and Fun

The podcasts go from strength to strength and is now in the must listen category. If you love beer you will love it. Really seeks to understand and gets the best out of some of the key people in the industry

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