Every week a featured guest will help to explore a different part of the dynamic beer world. This will allow you to examine the beer world through different lenses. Whether you are new to beer, or a seasoned professional, we will have something for you!
This show records and broadcasts LIVE on Full Service Radio from the lobby of the LINE DC in Adams Morgan, Washington DC.
Beer Style 101: Porter
Michael Williams, Lead Beer Educator for Great Lakes Brewing Co. joins the show to talk about all things porters, including the history, production, and food pairings.
Here on Beer Me! we have a little end-of-year tradition to get some friends in the studio to talk about their favorite beers for the holiday season. We are reviving that tradition, little by little.
Let's Celebrate Lagers
December 10th is National Lager Day! (We are embracing made-up holidays, especially when it involves lagers). Lisa Allen, Head Brewer of Heater Allen Brewing in McMinnville, OR joins the show to discuss everything that is lagers! Or course we get off track, but that's part of the charm.
Hard Seltzer 101
Hard seltzers are a rapidly growing market segment that is projected to grow even more in the coming years. Craft brewers are embracing the trend and the selection is never-ending.
Craft Beer Marketing: Well Deserved Recognition
All breweries have stories to tell, but how they tell them has developed drastically over the years. Jim McCune, co-founder of the Craft Beer Marketing Awards joins the show to talk about how beer marketing is constantly reinventing and pushing new boundaries.
Craft Beer Evolution, For Everyone
The Brewers Association (BA) faced the #metoo movement in craft beer head-on during September's Craft Brewers Conference. Many of the seminars, training sessions, and speakers focused on the evolution that needs to happen in craft beer.
fun and informative
entertaining and fun, gives a great look at the people involved in beer in the DC area
Really cool podcast that doesn’t just look at the Brewers or Tasters viewpoints of the magical world of craft beer. Sarah has a true podcast essence to her and doesn’t a great job juggling all the different aspects that lead up to the customer drinking their pint. Would love to see this expand and move out to other states and breweries once it’s able to. Keep it up!
All the Basics
This is a solid podcast that has a good foundation. The host is knowledgeable and good at ensuring that specific terms and knowledge are explained so that the listener does not get left behind or confused. Guests lean DC heavy for obvious reasons and so far many of them seem to have a relationship with the host but this makes sense given this is the beginning. Look forward to hearing more and hopefully some longer episodes once it hits its stride.