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Listen to the 919 Beer Podcast episodes with Adam Eshbaugh and Joe Ovies for interviews with brewers, local beer news and more.

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Listen to the 919 Beer Podcast episodes with Adam Eshbaugh and Joe Ovies for interviews with brewers, local beer news and more.

    919 Beer: "Norse Brewing Company"

    919 Beer: "Norse Brewing Company"

    Joe Ovies, Adam Eshbaugh, and Wayne Holt host this week, and welcome Brad Wynn, Head Brewer and General Manager; and Chris Jorgenson, Owner, of Norse Brewing Company in Wake Forest. Brad brought in their Roggenbier, which is called Viking Biking, a collaboration with Crank Arm Brewing from downtown Raleigh. Then, they sampled the Session IPA, a collaboration with Lynwood Brewing Co., which is an American IPA. And, both Brad and Chris wrap up the program emphasizing the types of beers they will develop at Norse. 

    • 57 min
    919 Beer: "Flying Machine Brewing Company"

    919 Beer: "Flying Machine Brewing Company"

    Joe Ovies, Adam Eshbaugh, and Wayne Holt host this week, and welcome Carl Cross, Head Brewer, and Timothy Fletcher, Sales Representative, from Flying Machine Brewing Company in Wilmington.
    They brought in “Death on Lager Mountain” American Lager; “Paper Cranes” IPA; “Hazy Pale Ale IPA”; and their “Inclement Weather” American Sour Ale. 

    • 57 min
    919 Beer: “Fortnight Brewing”

    919 Beer: “Fortnight Brewing”

    Joe Ovies, Adam Eshbaugh, and Wayne Holt host this week, and welcome Nick Weber, head brewer; Owen Harrison, brewer; and Andrew Johnson, Sales Representative.
    They brought in their Doppelbock Ale, and their Call the Hops American IPA; and their All You Need is Hops American IPA.
    They also refer to their cask ales, and get into a discussion about Untappd, and how individual beers are rated.
    And, then they sample Fortnight’s English Breakfast Stout, and Andrew goes over their top sellers, the Call the Hops IPA, and Carolina Amber, which is an American Amber-Red Lager.

    • 54 min
    919 Beer: “2019: A Beer in Review”

    919 Beer: “2019: A Beer in Review”

    Joe Ovies, Adam Eshbaugh, and Wayne Holt host this week, and talk about the biggest “beer” news of 2019, including being able to sell alcohol at college stadiums in North Carolina, and changes to the “brunch” bill, and being able to go to a restaurant and purchase a drink prior to Noon on a Sunday. The group also discusses the sale of New Belgium Brewery to Lion Little World Beverages, a subsidiary of Kirin Holdings Company of Japan. They also talk about success and sustainability of the craft beer industry. Then, they all look ahead to 2020 and what beer will be flowing in the coming year. Happy Holidays and Happy New Year from 919 Beer. 

    • 31 min
    919 Beer: "Black & White Coffee Roasters"

    919 Beer: "Black & White Coffee Roasters"

    Joe Ovies, Adam Eshbaugh, and Wayne Holt host this week, and welcome Kyle Ramage, who along with Lemuel Butler, operates Black & White Coffee Roasters in Wake Forest; and, also runs the coffee counter at Videri Chocolate Factory in downtown Raleigh. Ramage was the 2017 U.S. Barista Champion, and Butler won the U.S. Barista Championship in 2016. 

    • 1 hr
    919 Beer: "Stem Ciders"

    919 Beer: "Stem Ciders"

    Joe Ovies, Adam Eshbaugh, and Wayne Holt host this week, and welcome Mattie Beason, who heads up East Coast sales for Stem Ciders in Durham. Denver-based Stem Ciders purchased Black Twig Cider House from Beason earlier this year. The cider house is now called “Northern Spy”, and is located on Erwin Road in Durham. 

    • 56 min

Customer Reviews

tmic0723 ,

Excellent Podcast

Very interesting podcast! Big craft beer fan, over the last 7 years, I have moved from Raleigh to Durham now to Mebane, so a little outside the area, but a nice way to stay plugged in to the Triangle beer scene!

NcsuTitan ,

Long Time, First Time

Long Time listener, First time Rater. From Aged IPAs to kids in Rubbermaid Trash Cans, this podcast has it all! I think you guys should touch on Lagers more than you do now, I just think Adam would enjoy that more. I’m just gonna stop rating and listen. Cheers!

Mike J (919) ,

Informative

Been listening for 3 years. Really wish Joe would let the guests talk instead of interrupting them and telling them how they should run their business.

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