Come and Brew It Radio is an audio podcast series brought to you by Stubby's Texas Brewing Inc. featuring a regular rotation of TBI staff, industry friends, and expert guests meant to bring you great brewing information. This podcast along with our Come and Brew It video series are intended to make you better brewers! Be sure to check us out at Txbrewing.com for more information and our other series of educational resource videos, along with a great selection of products.
Final Gravity Ep. 4 Golden Strong, Porter and Brown
Tune and listen while Brandon and James evaluate and taste 3 submissions. Tasting notes and style guidelines for each.
EP 146 Strong Bitter and organizing your own competition
Just when you thought it was safe…..we’re back!!! In this episode we are going to we are going to continue many of our regular features but also discuss our new series, “Make Beer Beer Again”. Last episode we discussed our American Pale Ales. Tonight we discuss their British counterparts, and specifically Strong Bitters. We have several variations on the same idea, both commercial & those that we have brewed to varying success. We will talk about how they came out, and what we will do different in the future. We also have a couple of guests with us with examples of their own.
Final Gravity: Ep. 3 Dubble and London Brown
In this episode, we discuss a Belgian Dubble brewed by one of our superfine. And Also a unique London Brown style ale not may are familier with.
Pale Ale Results and Stouts!
In this episode we are going to we are going to get back to our new series, “Make Beer Beer Again” by tasting the results of our pale ale brews. We have several variations on the same idea, and likely several levels of varying success. We will talk about how they came ou, and what we will do different in the future.
In the second half, we are going to dive into stouts. Most examples you find today are big and boozy, some are barrel aged, and many of them are stuffed with big bold flavor additions like chocolate, coffee, even sweeteners. We are going to get back to the roots of a style that used to be a staple for all craft breweries, and see if we can remind everyone of the bold but drinkable versions we cut our teeth on.
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Sorry it has been a while since we have uploaded and episode. We have had a tragic time.
Episode 144 -- Making Beer Beer Again and Kegerator Maintenance
In this episode, we discuss a variety of topics, but primary on the plate is brewing beer that everyone would consider beer again. The current climate offers a wide variety of beers with additions and it's almost hard to find straight forward versions of styles that used to be ubiquitous. This time around, we talk about Pale Ale and building a recipe for one. In future episodes, we'll bring in our examples. In addition to that, we discuss several aspects of kegerator cleaning and maintenance that every new kegger needs to consider.
I love the show, but the sound levels on episode 111 were too low. I could barely understand what was being said as I drove down the interstate. This is normally not a problem, but this episode was much lower than normal. I don’t listen in a soundproof room with noise canceling headphones on—I’m driving down the interstate with all of the background noise associated with that. I had the volume completely maxed out, and still had difficulty hearing what was being said. Keep up the good work, but check those sound levels!
Good topics, but unprofessional, long winded, profane and sometimes they just forget to put a microphone on someone speaking and you get a third of dead time and a waste of a show.
Great tips, great stories, great humor. I love listening to these guys and will pay them a visit next time in Fort Worth