A King of the Hill style craft beer podcast in which the host and a guest taste beers blindly. Special episodes focus on beer and food pairings, brewery showcases, cellar dives, beers from the store shelf, and much more. Listen and drink along, and don’t forget to keep it Brewtal!
Elder Pine Brewing & Blending Showcase Episode – “Old Styles, Interesting Twists”
A brewery with a rustic aesthetic and serving traditional styles with a modern twist, this is the showcase for Gaithersburg, Maryland’s Elder Pine Brewing & Blending. Carlin and Rebecca recently visited the brewery, so they have beers to taste and extra information to share.
True Respite Brewing Showcase Episode – “Truly Good Brews”
Carlin and Rebecca recently made a trip down to Rockville, Maryland for some socially distanced craft beer drinking. This well prepared brewery that started the Biermi website has been one the podcast hosts have been wanting to dig into.
Mystery Beers Episode #240 – “The Beer Aging Lesson”
This episode of 12 blind beers has an extra element of surprise. Carlin pulled beers that have aged too long in the cellar, but some actually don’t taste so bad.
Foam Brewers Showcase Episode – “Choose Not To Re-Brew”
For this showcase Carlin and Rebecca dig into the origin and beers of one of the newer Vermont breweries causing a buzz in the craft beer industry. Heavily focused on hazy IPAs, but experimenting with so much more, this brewery deserves some attention.
Bruery Society Beers Episode #11 – “The Solera Method”
Carlin talks about, and tastes examples of, anniversary beers put out by The Bruery. He also tastes two imperial stouts that sound like they should have great flavor profiles.
On The Shelf Episode #17 – “Denizens, Olde Mother, Oliver & Troegs”
As promised, Carlin and Rebecca sat down and recorded a second On The Shelf episode to make up for lost time. This one features a pretty light line-up with three Maryland breweries and one from Pennsylvania.
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A week without Brewtal Battle...
I love this podcast and the hosts and the snippet of a song at the end of each podcast makes me smile. The format is great, the length is perfect as it allows enough time to get into several beers but it isn’t too long. All in all a podcast well worth your listening time whether you’re into beer or not, more so if you are.
Love the Blind Tasting
This podcast is supremely interesting due to the nature of the blind tasting. I think it's a unique take on the idea of a beer podcast, and their "Brewtal" take on things certainly shows their impartiality. As others have mentioned, there are many examples of beers that they pan during the blind tasting that they have mentioned liking previously which can always be funny. I especially like their Decisode Brewtal Battle Royales.
While the general level of beer knowledge of the hosts isn't as high as other beer podcasters, they are learning along with their audience which also has entertainment value. The blind tastings are what make set this podcast apart.
Great podcast with hints of soy sauce. Keep up the good work guys!