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Tim Dennis and Aaron Williams are talking to the people who make the southeast's craft beer industry great! New shows are uploaded every Saturday.

Nov 18, 2017

Now that SB85 is law, it's a lot more feasable for breweries to stake their claim in Georgia. 

And one of the more impressive trends we've seen is breweries opening up in smaller communities. 

LaGrange's Wild Leap Brewing is one of those. Rob Goldstein and Chris Elliott join us in studio this week to talk about...


Nov 11, 2017

Gwinnett County is metro Atlanta's second most populous county.

However, until recently, it lacked one thing: Its own craft brewery. Lawrenceville's Slow Pour Brewing Company changed that earlier this year. 

Located just off the Lawrenceville Square, Slow Pour took a dilapidated building and turned it into a...


Nov 4, 2017

You know that we love craft beer. But sometimes, it’s good to take a little break. So in the studios with us are two co-founders of Treehorn Cider, Justin Pierce and Andrew Wheeler.

Plus, we recap of a busy week in beer, including a Creature Comforts collaboration, a preview of Roswell’s newest brewpub, and homebrew...


Oct 28, 2017

Phillip Barnes and Eric Levin were beer traders at first. 

One day, they realized that the distribution system in Georgia was broken, and worked to find a better way to do it. 

That idea is now Modern Hops. We talk to Philip, Eric and Michael Lowenberg about the craft beer scene in Georgia, what they are doing to change...


Oct 21, 2017

Georgia Senator Hunter Hill joined us on the show this week. He was instrumental in passing SB 63 - which led to this year's passage of SB 85. We talk small business, sensible laws, and why he's running for governor. 

We also talk to Chris Morley, owner of Mason's Brewing in Brewer, Maine. He got an interesting letter...