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Join host Matthew Curtis as we explore the worlds of beer, wine, cider, food and travel, and the joy we find within these cultures.

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Join host Matthew Curtis as we explore the worlds of beer, wine, cider, food and travel, and the joy we find within these cultures.

    S1E8 — Unity

    S1E8 — Unity

    Today’s episode is our last in the series — but don’t be upset, we’ll be back with some specials, recorded at last years Fynefest in just a few weeks time. And before then you can enjoy our interview with Jimmy Hatherley, founder of Unity Brewing Co in Southampton.

    • 1 hr
    S1E7 — Where It's At

    S1E7 — Where It's At

    A few months ago I hosted a panel talk at a bar called Five Miles in Tottenham, North London called Where It’s At. It’s intent? To figure out where the UK craft beer industry is at the moment, perhaps taking stock of it in the process and figuring out how it might look in the future.

    • 1 hr 30 min
    S1E6 — Leeds

    S1E6 — Leeds

    Today’s episode is a bumper special: a narrative exploration of one of my favourite cities in the UK — Leeds. This bastion of West Yorkshire is very special to me, and that’s because it’s such a wonderful place to visit and to drink some very fine beer.

    • 1 hr 13 min
    S1E5 — St. John

    S1E5 — St. John

    In today’s episode I get to visit one of my favourite places in the world—St. John—a place the late Anthony Bourdain described as “the restaurant of my dreams.” A truer statement has seldom been uttered.

    • 58 min
    S1E4 — It's Just Business

    S1E4 — It's Just Business

    Today’s episode is a “lost podcast” of sorts, originally recorded this interview in late 2018 for the Good Beer Hunting podcast. It features Nick Dolan, Zeph King and Tim Peyton of Real Ale, a small, independent chain of bottleshop/bar hybrids.

    • 1 hr 2 min
    S1E3 — Totally Natural

    S1E3 — Totally Natural

    Today's episode flits between two of our favourite topics: natural wine and lambic: beer's own spontaneously fermented equivalent. In this episode you'll hear from Ola Dabrowska and Duncan Sime of Huddersfield-based natural wine shop Kwas, followed by Karel Boon, heir to the storied Boon brewery in Lembeek, Belgium.

    • 1 hr 4 min

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