The Beer Guys are back in the Buckhead studios for this weekend's episode. They're welcoming Josh Rachel, Co-Owner and Bremaster of Alpharetta's Jekyll Brewing. Truck and Tap's Beers of the week include Jekyll's Fixin' To Session IPA as well as their Hop Dang Diggity Pineapple Habanero IPA.
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The Beer Guys are live from Kennesaw's Depot Park Beer Festival, talking all things, well....Kennesaw Beer! Trey and "Coop" from Dry County kick off the show, talking about their nascent brewery. Jon Near from Southern Sky was up next. Make sure to follow us on social media and head to beerguysradio.com for all your Georgia beer news!
The Beer Guys delve into the belly of the Burnt Hickory Beast as they get ready for the Depot Park Beer Festival. Tim and Aaron talk to owner Scott Hedeen about the origins of the brewery, how he comes up with his unique beers, and what the future holds. Greg Niznik also stops by to talk about the upcoming Depot Park Beer Festival.
The Beer Guys dedicate their entire show this week to one of the greatest beer bars in the metro area - Decatur's Brick Store pub.
Tim and Aaron talk to Wrecking Bar owner Bob Standage and Brewmaster Neal Engleman about their acclaimed brewpub off of Moreland Avenue.
Glenn Golden and Nick Bonetti from Hampton's Jail House Brewing join the Beer Guys this week. They talk about their newest releases, including their Conjugal Visit red IPA. The guys then connect with Niall Walsh and Wil Avery with Galway Bay in Ireland. Details at Beerguysradio.com
We're talking brewpubs with two Atlanta beer stalwarts.
The Beer Guys are talking about two things this week. First, they discuss what they know about the GA beer bill "compromise" - which is hardly a compromise at all.
All that news discussion leaves a sour taste in their mouths, so they cracked open a couple sour beers (see what we did there?). Chatting with Orpheus Founder/Brewmaster Jason Pellet and two guys from Creature Comforts - Brewmaster Adam Beauchamp and Head Brewer Blake Tyers, they get to the bottom of the sour beer movement. Plus, a giveaway!
Tim and Aaron are talking session beers. They start out by interviewing Kevin Ryan, from Savannah's Service Brewing. Next, Hunter Lainhart from Crossfit 404 talks about maintaining your weight while still being able to drink beer. Plus, they talk about the news of the week, and Aaron's major life decision.
The Beer Guys talk to Owen Ogletree, one of the biggest influencers in the Georgia Craft beer scene. We discuss a brief history of beer in Atlanta, as well as the Atlanta Cask Ale Tasting event on January 23. We also talk to Zach Yurchick, owner of Truck and Tap. And a special guest stops by!
With the legislative session kicking off next week, we talked to Nancy Palmer, Executive Director of the Georgia Craft Brewers Guild. She discussed the challenges facing the small brewing industry, and what can be done to level the playing field for these small businesses.
We also talked to Matt Leff from Nuit Belge. The January 23rd event features Belgian beers and some great restaurants. If you want tickets, click on the link above or right here. Use discount code "BGR" for $30 off!
Popular Athens-based Creature Comforts Brewing Company join the Beer Guys. They discuss their much anticipated release of Koko Buni, as well as their expansion plans. Tim and Aaron also talk to award-winning homebrewer Jon Shari of Little Cottage Brewery.
It's the debut of the Beer Guys Radio show! OK, let's call it the preseason. Tim and Aaron talk about various and sundry AB Inbev shenanigans. Also, new releases in Georgia, including Orpheus' The Ferryman. They sample Three Taverns Feest Noel, and talk to Clown Shoes Brewery about their Georgia only release of Aurora Orangealis. Subscribe so you don't miss a show!