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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 31, 2019

Stan Hieronymus knows a thing or two about hops

Stan Hieronymus has forgotten more about the beer industry than most of us will ever know.  He's typically leaned on for his knowledge of hops, but his expertise extends to many other areas in craft beer.  Hieronymus relocated to the Atlanta area about 1 1/2 years ago and...

Aug 24, 2019

Beer Archaeologist Travis Rupp is bringing history back to life one beer at a time

As far as cool job titles go, Beer Archaeologist is pretty high on the list.  Travis Rupp holds that title, as well as R&D Manager at Colorado's Avery Brewing Co.  In addition to his boozy life, Rupp is also a professor of classics, art...

Aug 17, 2019

Lawson's Finest Liquids is always ready to share a little Sip of Sunshine

When Sean Lawson founded Lawson's Finest Liquids in 2008 he wasn't sure if his "hobby" would work out.  His original brewhouse was built to accommodate his fallback plan, a sugar shack to process maple syrup.  He never had to execute the backup...

Aug 10, 2019

Load up the golf cart and bring your friends to Line Creek Brewing Co.

Line Creek Brewing Co. was the first brewery to open in Peachtree City, GA.  Their small community has a bit slower pace than Atlanta, and golf carts are a common mode of transportation.  You're likely to see a few in the parking lot if you visit the...

Aug 3, 2019

NXNW has been a part of the Austin beer scene since 1999

NXNW Brewing Company was founded in 1999 and built on the tradition of the great breweries in the Pacific Northwest.  They still brew on the original copper brewhouse that head brewer David Manley said is like a "big homebrew system."

David is new to the head...