Every month, your hosts James and Adam bring you the latest news from Thornbridge Brewery along with a host of features.
We'll go behind the scenes and meet the people behind the beers, learn about the history of the brewery, find out what's coming up, and lots more.
In this special episode of Beer Here Now, we explore the subject of mental health.
Thornbridge Brewery's releasing 'Hope', a beer designed to highlight the issues around mental wellbeing.
The launch is in between Suicide Prevention Day and World Mental Health Day.
We hear from the brewery's Chief Exec Simon Webster about how the idea came about and what else Thornbridge is doing to highlight the issue.
James Creaghan from Derbyshire County Council tells us what they're doing to tackle mental health stigma and what help is available.
We also hear from Fay Parrish from the brewery about the launch event itself at Sheffield FC on 5 October, and where we can get a pint of Hope.
£10 from every cask and 50p from every pint sold on World Mental Health Day will be donated to North Derbyshire Samaritans.
* If you're suffering from mental health issues and would like to find help, please visit https://www.derbyshire.gov.uk/social-health/health-and-wellbeing/mental-health-and-wellbeing/suicide-prevention/suicide-prevention.aspx
* To speak to someone anonymously, you can call Samaritans anytime day or night on 116 123.
Peakender #3: Dominic Driscoll and Nick Keith, Thornbridge
The third of our Peakender episodes sees Adam host an interactive session in Tent 1 with Dom and Nick from the Thornbridge brew team.
Our audience has a chance to fire questions at the pair, and we hear a few of their stories from over the years (which one of them was sick all over a train toilet?)
We also try three Thornbridge beers and find out more about them: Versa, Elio and Necessary Evil.
Peakender #2: Matt Brynildson, Firestone Walker
Our second Peakender episode sees us meet the amazing Firestone Walker brewery from California.
Brewmaster Matt joins James and our live audience to discuss the brewery's origins, recent expansions and future aims.
The rain has stopped, the sun is shining, and we start Saturday afternoon with a nice gentle 12.5% to clear out those camping cobwebs.
Peakender #1: Rob Lovatt, Thornbridge
In the first of our special Peakender episodes, we host the first Meet The Brewer event of the weekend in Tent 1. It's wet and it's windy but spirits are high as James chats to Rob about the brewery, his background, the future, and we try three Thornbridge beers with the audience
Thornbridge Hall Special
Adam and James report to the brewery to help with brew day... only to find there's a bit of a twist.
They spend the day at the original Thornbridge Hall site - where cask beers are still brewed - to get their hands dirty.
They also get a tour of the 12 acres of stunning gardens which encircle the hall and learn more about its history and current day use.
Find out more about Thornbridge Hall and plan your own visit at https://www.thornbridgehall.co.uk/ (https://www.thornbridgehall.co.uk/)
The Eagle has landed
June's Beer Here Now comes from The Eagle, the latest member of the Thornbridge family on Ecclesall Road on Sheffield.
Adam, James and Rebs crack open new cans of Lukas (fresh off the canning line less than 24 hours ago) and share them with The Eagle manager Toby Hickman and our very special guest Ed Cosens from Reverend and the Makers.
He tells us about the band's forthcoming Best Of album and tour... and how they're bringing back their brilliant beer from a few years ago to boot.
Toby has the story of The Eagle and everything you want to know about the new place to go in Sheffield.
Rebs gives us the very latest Peakender news - tickets are selling fast so get yours soon: peakender.co.uk
Keep an eye out for the newly canned Lukas coming to a shop near you soon, and don't forget you can order beer online at thornbridge.co.uk
Preorder the Rev Best Of album and tour here: https://rntm.lnk.to/BestOfFa