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Hosts Tim Dennis and Brian Hewitt bring you interviews and insights from the amazing people across the world of craft beer.  Fun and lighthearted discussions meant to educate on a variety of topics including new beer releases, brewery happenings, beer laws, homebrewing tips, and a whole lot more.  Sit back, crack open a cold one, and tune in every Saturday for the Beer Guys Radio Show!

Jan 18, 2020

Despite Mother Nature's best efforts, the 16th Annual Atlanta Cask Ale Tasting was a huge success

It was an unusually warm day for the 16th Annual Atlanta Cask Ale Tasting and this brought with it some crazy weather.  As attendees filled Bold Monk Brewing to sample the cask ales the rain started coming down strong and...

Jan 11, 2020

Bottleshare founder Christopher Glenn lives to help those in need

Last week we sat down at Bottleshare Benefit Bash Vol. 1 to talk with Bottleshare founder Christopher Glenn as well as his collaboration partners Trey Sinclair of Dry County Brewing and Sean O'Keefe of Pontoon Brewing.

Chris' story is pretty amazing,...

Dec 28, 2019

Best of Georgia Beer 2019

Results from our Best of Georgia Beer Readers' Choice Awards for 2019.  Highlighting the best Georgia beer, breweries, brewpubs, homebrewers, beer bars, bottle shops, and more.


Best New Georgia Beer and Breweries

For beers and breweries released or opened between December 1, 2018 and...

Dec 28, 2019

Year in Beer 2019

A lot happened in craft beer this year...

This week we take a look back at some of the biggest stories in craft beer in 2019.  Breweries continued to open in record numbers, finishing the year with over 8,000 craft brewers operating across the US.  However, brewery closures climbed as well, with over 300 shuttering...

Dec 21, 2019

SingleSpeed Brewing

When SingleSpeed Brewing founder Dave Morgan decided to open a brewery he'd never brewed a single batch of beer.  Morgan saw a need for a brewery in his area and decided he would be the one to do it.  He headed to the Siebel Institute to figure out this brewing thing.  Everything seemed to have...