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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!

Mar 31, 2018

Lincoln Fill Station has been bringing craft beer to Snellville, Georgia for several years. 

They also are the home of a little Beer Guys history - the site of our very first live broadcast. 

We joined Tiny and the crew at TinyPalooza 3.5 once again this year, and sampled a great variety of beers on tap. 

We also got to...


Mar 26, 2018

Despite the challenges brewers have faced post-Prohibition in Georgia, our state has a rich history of brewing.  The first brewery was started in Georgia in 1738 and Atlanta was home to one of the largest breweries in the country from 1858 until 1955.  Early craft breweries had varying levels of success in a world where...


Mar 24, 2018

Mead is one of the, if not the, oldest forms of alcohol in existence.

And you can see why - take honey, add water, and voila! Of course, it's much more complicated than that. And Dawsonville's BeeCraft Meadery is working hard to make its mead stand out. From entry level meads to barrel aging to terracotta vessels,...


Mar 17, 2018

As Atlanta's oldest (still operating) craft brewery, it would be easy for Red Brick to rest on its laurels. 

However, the Westside brewery has undergone an overhaul of its image and its beers. 

The taproom boasts dozens of new beers, and their release schedule has been extremely busy. 

We join President/Brewmaster...


Mar 14, 2018

Presented by the Georgia Craft Brewers Guild the "Dreamer's Workshop" is a two-part series aimed at educating breweries-in-planning (or dreaming) on navigating the process of opening a brewery.  Aimed at Georgia-based brewers, most of the information will be valuable to brewers in every state.

In Part 2 we'll hear from...