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!
Cushwa Brewing Excursion Episode – “Tasty Beers & Delicious Rad Pies”
The second part of Carlin and Rebecca’s recent beer trip to Williamsport, Maryland, Cushwa Brewing is the focus. The beers are quite good, but so are the Rad Pies. Listen to hear about it.
Bruery Society Beers Episode #20 – “Doctor’s Orders, JR Harris & TerreuBQ”
In this episode, Carlin evaluates an interesting rum barrel aged beer, a sour based on grilled pineapple, and a beer wine hybrid done in collaboration with Erosion Wine Company.
Homaide Brewing Excursion Episode – “A Range Of Styles On Tap”
Carlin and Rebecca made a trip out to Williamsport, Maryland for some craft beers. In this episode they talk about Homaide Brewing’s beers, ambiance, and overall experience.
On The Shelf Episode #29 – “Forward & Species X”
A hoppy beer with an interesting twist and a nice light style are the two beers Carlin and Rebecca evaluate.
Inverness Brewing Excursion Episode – “A Farm Brewing Experience”
Farm breweries are a thing in the state of Maryland, and Carlin and Rebecca recently visited one in Monkton. Hear them talk about their experience while sipping on three offerings from the brewery.
On The Shelf Episode #28 – “Energy City & Pariah”
Carlin and Rebecca try a hazy IPA and a fruited sour, two of the most popular styles. Do these particular examples of the styles stand out, or are they coming up short?
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!