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First Aired - 12/07/2010 05:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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This week on Beer Sessions tune in as Jimmy & Ray are joined by three very lively personalities in the studio. Warren Monteiro, known to some as the beer sensai, discusses some of the trends he's seeing in craft beer and John Holl explains what made him write a book about beer in Indiana! Later on the show, Jeremy Cowan of Shmaltz Brewing Company joins the conversation as everybody in studio comments on big industrial beers, athe Burger King beer bar, and growlers at Duane Reade. This episode was sponsored by GreatBrewers.com the best beer site on the internet.

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sommelier program, Jimmy's No 43, great food AND great beer, beer & food dinners sponsored by Stella, what if big companies made really good beer?, Blue Moon intends to be exactly what it is, collaboration beers, Terrapin Beer, Athens, Georgia, craft beer counts for 5% of the beer in this country, little guys need more financing, email question, Manuela Totah, sour beer trend, sour beer & food pairing, Sour Flanders Red with cherry pie, sour beer and key lime dessert, sour beers and stew, sours were designed to cut the fat, is sour the new bitter, Wisconsin Artisanal Cheese, mouth feel of cheese compliments the complexity of sour beers, low brow food pairings, latka workshops, Battle of the Belgians at Jimmy's No 43, rye beer, tribute to Lenny Bruce, email question about growlers, do you have to buy new growlers for every place you get beer? - not always, growlers need government warnings,

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First Aired - 11/09/2010 05:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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This week on Beer Sessions Jimmy and Ray hosted two very talented beer makers with very different backgrounds. New Jersey's Dave Hoffman of Climax Brewing Company came by to describe how he literally hand forged his brewery from steel and old English brewing tubs. Next learn from Dougal Gunn Sharp how he and Neil Innis Sharp perfected the process of barrel aging Scottish beer, used hops grown within 100 miles, and createdr a dark, sweet flavor that is unmatchable. This episode was sponsored by Great Brewers.com

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First Aired - 10/26/2010 05:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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This week on Beer Sessions Jimmy and Ray sat down with Seth Wright and Mike Winn of BeerNation.com, a weekly video-based beer blog packed with interviews and a general visual chronicling of the craft beer movement. They were joined by David Urbanos of the iconic "The Ginger Man" beer bar where, from the birth of the American craft beer movement through present day, many a Beer Sessions host or guest has explored the "monster" 70 draught lines. The group was joined by Carolyn Steel, author of "Hungry City" and an expert on food and architecture whose lauded "Food and the City" class at Cambridge combines both. Carolyn, a central London native, expounded on the role of the pub in England today and 200+ years ago, and explained why "small beer" was more popular than water. This episode was sponsored by Great Brewers.com: a favorite source for beer information and education.
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Good Beer Seal, GreatBrewers.com, email question, coming out as a craft beer drinker, Dogfish Head 90 Minute IPA, start with a session beer, Sierra Nevada Pale Ale, Dale's Pale Ale, beer in a can is less threatening, Blue Point Toasted Lager, Brooklyn Lager, transition beers, Carolyn's first great beer moment was in Ireland, Murphy's, the difference between bad beer and good beer is extreme, a glass of bad beer is more off putting than a glass of bad wine, there are a lot of cask beers in England, Heineken tastes much better in Holland than in the US, Beer Temple, more neighborhood bars are including local drafts on tap, a lot of beers in Europe are made for American market, Brew Dog, what a New York style beer be like?, Ray says German lager with local hops, amped up pilsner, Sixpoint Atlantic Amber, lightly hopped pale ale,

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