Restaurateur Ed Rudisell chats with movers and shakers in the beer, liquor, and hospitality industry. These casual conversations offer a unique glimpse into a world not often seen by those on the outside.
Lullaby of Birdland with Brother Cleve
Returning to the show this week is the legendary cocktalien, Brother Cleve. Since our last conversation back in 2017, he’s been hard at work DJing, tending bar around Boston, and...
Japan Distilled: A Conversation with Stephen Lyman
After the first ever shochu episode back in 2017 A Shochu Lesson with Erik Zmara, I received a tweet from a gentleman in Japan that was working in a distillery....
KōHana Ohana with Kyle Reutner
A week ago I had the opportunity to visit KōHana Rum in Kunia, Oahu. And that visit was precisely what I needed to get my groove back. The trek to...
Sherry with Chantal Tseng
Over the last decade, Sherry has increasingly become a drink of choice for bartenders and service industry professionals. It has started showing up on bar programs, in cocktails, and the...
The Death of a Blog with Jennifer Matthewson
Today I welcome Jennifer Matthewson, founder of Daily Blender ,to the show. As the ripple effects of the pandemic are now becoming clear, it looks as though we are losing...
Contento NYC: Accessibility Redefined
One in four Americans lives with some degree of disability – whether that is the need for a wheelchair, limited sight or hearing, or limited range of motion. Yannick Benjamin...
Informal and informative
This is one of my favorite alcohol based podcast and I listen to a lot of them since working from home. It's like sitting around with friends listening to people discuss a subject that you are interested in, but also is accessible to all levels. Keep up the excellent work
Interesting and Informative
From someone who can’t afford to drink the kind of high class stuff these guys talk about it’s still a fun and interesting way to learn about different drinks. They make the whole subject really approachable and gives me a great intro to new cocktails I wanna try.
Like getting drunk with your co-workers after a rough shift. Goes down easy and warms your soul. Cheers!