A town by town look at the past and present of American beer culture featuring beer writers, historians and industry professionals.
Lee Graves on Richmond Beer
Author Lee Graves takes us on a tour of Richmond's beer history and how it fits in with the wider history of beer in Virginia.
DC Beer with Garrett Peck
Public historian Garrett Peck traces Washington DC beer culture from colonial days through prohibition, sharing stories of bootleggers, Tories, and how Scotland's beer culture jumpstarted American brewing in Alexandria.
Louisville Beer With Kevin Gibson
For decades, Louisville was up there with St. Louis and Milwaukee as a beer city. This micro-history episode traces the rise, fall and return of craft beer in Louisville.
Micro-Histories Begin in August
Host Tony Russo announces a minor format change and an exciting new feature slated for an August release.
Turning the Tables
Beer writer Kimberly Bowker interviews the host of Beer With Strangers, Tony Russo, about his entry into podcasting and the show's new arc.
Bend Beer With Kimberly Bowker
Kimberly Bowker talks up the Bend beer scene from quarantine and how to treat yourself to new beers even when you can't try them out.
Customer ReviewsSee All
Every time I listen, I learn something new about beer or the process of brewing. Doug seems like a nice guy and Tony, although shy, always gives me a laugh. And the introduction is great!
A great listen for home brewing enthusiasts
I received one of Tony's books as a gift and really enjoyed it, and that led me to this podcast. Glad I found it!
Definitely room for improvement.