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First Aired - 03/20/2012 05:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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This week on Beer Sessions Radio, Jimmy Carbone discusses beer trends, new brews and craft breweries in Ohio with an esteemed panel of beer industry player including writer/author Josh Bernstein, Seth Wright of Beer Nation TV, Jeff Cioletti of Beverage World and Justin Phillips of Beer Table. Tune in to learn about The Pantry, a new beer shop founded by Justin Phillips and how they plan on bringing table wine in beer form to the consumer. Learn more about beer in the Midwest and how local beer will really take over in 2012! This program was sponsored by GreatBrewers.com

"2012 is gonna be the year when things finally really turn local. I don't mean everybody using their own grain and hops because that's not feasible. But you can rely upon locally sourced ingredients and also become the best small brewery in town."

--Josh Bernstein on Beer Session Radio

"What's the point of traveling for beer if you're having stuff you could just have at home?"

--Jeff Cioletti of Beverage World on Beer Sessions Radio

"After a few years of operating Beer Table and only pouring wacky stuff, I got to a point where I'm now interested in seeing brewers present classic simple drinks."

--Justin Phillips of Beer Table on Beer Sessions Radio


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First Aired - 03/13/2012 05:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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This week on Beer Sessions Radio, Jimmy Carbone has a great group of NYC beer guys including Jim Barnes from Pretty Things Beer & Ale Project, Jay Steinhauer of American Beer Distributing and Chris O'Leary from Brew York, New York. The crew is also joined by the authors of "Beer for Dummies", Steve Ettlinger & Marty Nachel. Tune in as they chat about everything from "extreme" beer to historic beer and reflect on some of their favorite brews at the moment. Learn more about beer tastings, kosher beer, home brewing and more on the best beer radio show in the world! This program was sponsored by GreatBrewers.com.

"When you do a reference book in the 'dummies' format, your job is largely to ask questions and wonder. I'm a completly befuddled consumer, so I'm a good guy for that job. We also have an obligation to teach the history of beer in this format. It opened up a whole new world for me, I wasn't too familiar with the world on beer when I started this book."

--Steve Ettlinger, co-author of Beer for Dummies on Beer Sessions Radio

"Just because you have a few tables and a concrete patio, that doesn't make you a beer garden."

--Chris O'Leary of Brew York, New York on Beer Sessions Radio


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First Aired - 02/28/2012 05:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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This week on The Beer Sessions, host Jimmy Carbone sits down with brewmaster Garrett Oliver of the Brooklyn Brewery and Clay Gordon of The Chocolate Life. Tune in to learn how to pair different beers and chocolates, some chocolate history, and how Garrett Oliver flavors his chocolate Brooklyn brews. Also, home-brewer Mark Zap sits in and shares some of his unique beers. This episode is sponsored by GreatBrewers.com.

"You can create chocolate-ly characters that are not from chocolate... but we've done a number of beers that are aged on cacao nibs."

--Garret Oliver of Brooklyn Brewery on Beer Sessions Radio

"[Chocolate] plays extremely well [with beer]. It's important to think about the texture...you're looking to compliment in flavor and compliment in texture...the warmth and creaminess of the beer should go with the warmth and creaminess of the chocolate"

"The challenge for me has been to find recipes that break away from 'port and chocolate'...now there are chocolates that have chili powder that compliment an IPA quite well."

--Clay Gordon of The Chocolate Life on Beer Sessions Radio


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