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Grab a beer and join the party on Beer Sessions Radio, as Jimmy Carbone is joined by Chris Prout and Erik Olsen, the guys behind Dirck the Norseman/Greenpoint Beer & Ale and AJ Bodden and Ray Payne of Coney Island On Tap Beer Festival. Find out how Dirck the Norseman/Greenpoint Beer & Ale got started and how the neighborhood of Greenpoint in Brooklyn has changed over the years and get a great preview of beers and activities that will take place at the Coney Island on Tap Beer Festival! Cheers! This program was brought to you by GreatBrewers.com.

"What we do - we do it well and we keep it about the beer and using a cool location. We're really fired up about it." [26:00]

"New York state has a tremendous fraternity of brewers and beer professionals. There are more and more every day! It's exciting - there's room for everybody in craft beer. We see it as a privilege to be able to go out there and spread the word." [29:00]

--AJ Bodden on Beer Sessions Radio

"Saisons and farmhouse beers are a loose category - so you get a lot of ABV ranges." [32:00]

--Chris Proust on Beer Sessions Radio


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Take a trip to the North Fork of Long Island with Jimmy Carbone this week on Beer Sessions Radio as he's on location chatting with some of the best brewers in Long Island. Hear from the guys behind Greenport Brewing Company, Long Ireland Brewing and Moustache Brewing Co. Find out how the scene in Long Island has evolved over the years and what the brewery movement has meant for wineries in the area. From brewing technology to tastings notes - get an inside look at craft beer in an overlooked part of New York! This program was brought to you by GreatBrewers.com.

"When we first opened our doors there was a push back from some of the wineries. I think in the past couple of years the started realizing if they served beer alongside the wine you might capture more fans and some people might stay longer. We've had great success and built a lot of great relationships with wineries on the North Fork."

--Richard Vandenburgh on Beer Sessions Radio


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The Shelton Brothers were an early powerhouse in the craft beer world. Focusing on imported Belgian, they were pushing boundaries before the current craft beer explosion we know today. On a historical episode of Beer Sessions Radio, hear the Shelton Brothers story from Joel Shelton himself, BR Rolya of Shelton Brothers Imports and Joe Carroll of Spuyten Duyvil - one of the first accounts Shelton Brothers sold to. Tune in and get a glimpse into the early days of the craft beer movement! This program was brought to you by GreatBrewers.com.

The guys who are recreating Belgian beers now are bringing back the stuff they grew up with." [06:00]

"It's not about taking notes - it's about chugging as many pints as possible and enjoying your beer like a real man or woman." [29:00] --Joel Shelton on Beer Sessions Radio

"I never forget when we first opened guys were walking in with the Jackson guides and looking up beers they hadn't tasted before and geeking out over it."

--Joe Carroll on Beer Sessions Radio


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