102 集

About the art, culture, economics and business of beer and brewing with hosts Jeff Alworth (The Beer Bible, The Secrets of Master Brewers) and Oregon State University economics professor Patrick Emerson.

Beervana Podcast Jeff Alworth & Patrick Emerson

    • 文藝

About the art, culture, economics and business of beer and brewing with hosts Jeff Alworth (The Beer Bible, The Secrets of Master Brewers) and Oregon State University economics professor Patrick Emerson.

    Pod 98: Future Oregon Projects with Ezra Johnson-Greenough

    Pod 98: Future Oregon Projects with Ezra Johnson-Greenough

    Today we have a special guest in studio: Ezra Johnson-Greenough, the founder and contributor at the industry website The New School. Ezra is perhaps the most well-connected voice covering beer in Oregon, and he is always the first to suss out the latest news. In this episode, we'll discuss the new brewery projects in Oregon that Ezra recently wrote about.

    PHOTO: Portland Business Journal

    • 58 分鐘
    Podcast 97: What Makes a Good Beer City?

    Podcast 97: What Makes a Good Beer City?

    Today we’re going to look at a topic of perennial interest: good beer cities. For at least three decades, American municipalities have been heavily invested in touting themselves as great beer destinations. Over time, the competition for bragging rights has only grown as more and more places develop an interest in beer. The problem, though, is that no one can agree on the definitions. Are brewery counts a good metric? Does barley need to grow nearby? What about the availability of imports? Well, we’re going to sort all of this out and give you the gold standard of measurement.

    • 1 小時 20 分鐘
    Pod 96: It's the End of the Decade (and we feel fine)

    Pod 96: It's the End of the Decade (and we feel fine)

    As we record this podcast, it is the last day of the decade—at least as decades are popularly tracked. A lot happened in the 2010s, from changing fortunes in the craft and mass market segments, the emergence of new product categories, and lots of change and evolution in the beer itself.

    • 1 小時 4 分鐘
    Pod 95: Bière de Noël

    Pod 95: Bière de Noël

    We are just a few days away from the Christian celebration of Christmas—a big deal in many countries, including of course Belgium. And as with so much, this little country does things differently when it celebrates Christmas, from the steaming mugs of gluhkriek handed out in the Grand Place to the ubiquitous tradition of bière de Noël—Christmas beers. In today’s episode, we’ll discuss these wonderful holiday ales and use them as an opportunity to consider the question of spicing in beer. When Americans spice their beers, it can be off-putting, but when Belgians do it, it’s delicious. We’ll examine why.

    PHOTO: EVENING STANDARD

    • 1 小時 11 分鐘
    Pod 94: The Anatomy of Flavor

    Pod 94: The Anatomy of Flavor

    When we taste a beer and our brain tells us “chocolate” or “grapefruit,” what’s happening? Flavor is a composite of what our bodies tell us—our hardware, so to speak—and what our brains do in synthesizing that information into meaning—our software. In today's podcast, we take a look at the very complex processes involved in constructing what we call "flavor."

    • 1 小時 2 分鐘
    Pod 93: Jason Barbee and the Joy of Simple Beers

    Pod 93: Jason Barbee and the Joy of Simple Beers

    In episode 93 we were delighted to welcome Level Brewing's Jason Barbee. Jason has impressed us with his love of small, simple beers, and especially those from the British tradition. His brewery, Level, is known for smaller, more balanced beers--and of course the occasional hazy IPA or three. We discuss how brewers appeal to drinkers with something like a Vienna lager or mild ale when all they clamor for are IPAs.

    PHOTO: THE OUTLOOK

    • 1 小時 1 分鐘

關於文藝的熱門 Podcast

聽眾還訂閱了