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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!

Aug 18, 2018

What's luck if you ain't from Kentucky?

The founders of Louisville, Kentucky's Against the Grain Brewery got their start because they weren't satisfied with the way beer was being represented in their town.  After a disappointing visit to a local brewpub, whose brewhouse sat unused in a dark and dusty corner, they...

Aug 11, 2018

Tim and Brian pontificate on the many styles of IPA

We had a guest lined up for this week, we were all set up and ready to go, but we weren't able to connect with them.  We're all about making lemonade (or maybe a nice lemon Gose) out of lemons so we fired up the mics and freestyled a short show.  We're sampling some...

Aug 4, 2018

Arcadia Ales are British Inspired, American Brewed

Michigan has a thriving craft beer scene and Arcadia Ales has been a part of it for over 20 years.  Originally based in Battle Creek, an expansion brought them to Kalamazoo where their brewery sits on 400' of riverfront allowing visitors to launch their kayaks and...

Jul 28, 2018

Common Bond Brewers is helping revitalize Downtown Montgomery, Alabama

Many homebrewers have a dream to open their own brewery.  For Common Bond Brewers co-founder Andrew McNally the dream grabbed him in 2014 after participating in a homebrew competition with Good People Brewing in Birmingham, AL.  As he drove home her...

Jul 21, 2018

Reformation Brewery prepares to 'Set Beer Free' at their second location

Woodstock, GA is a fairly small community about 30 miles north of Atlanta.  It's been my home for 14 years and Reformation Brewery's home for nearly five.  When I moved here the "big" news/controversy in town was the opening of a new Super...