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Jimmy Carbone kicks off another episode of Beer Sessions Radio by talking Queens-based brewing, the Great American Beer Festival, and beer trademarks! Tony Forder from Ale Street News talks about the events of this year's GABF. Basil Lee and Kevin Stafford from Queens' Finback Brewery talk about their self-distribution model, and how their brewery's name had to change due copyright law. Brendan Palfreyman, a trademark lawyer, joins the discussion to lend his advice to brewers having similiar problems to Basil and Kevin. Learn about Finback's roots in homebrewing, and how farm brewery licensing has been benefiting brewers upstate. Has beer nomenclature gotten out of control? Find out on this week's edition of Beer Sessions Radio! This program has been brought to you by GreatBrewers.com.

"What's the most important piece of equipment that a brewery can have? ...I'd say it's the trademark because if something happens... people need to be able to recognize your beer on the tap." [8:55]

"In the craft beer world, if a brewer has a problem with another, they call each other. And that's what I recommend." [28:45]

-- Brendan Palfreyman on Beer Sessions Radio


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Celebrate Oktoberfest on a brand new episode of In the Drink as Joe Campanale is joined by Neil Witte, the Training and Technical Support Manager for Duvel USA, Boulevard Brewing Co. and Brewery Ommegang. Neil began his career in the Kansas City brewpub industry, moving to Boulevard Brewing Co. in 1997 as a brewer. In 2001, he took over field quality and training responsibilities and continues that role today with the new Duvel family of beers. With quality and education as a main focus, he works closely with the national sales and marketing teams on all technical and training matters. He also does extensive distributor and retailer training on all manner of beer related topics, including the brewing process, beer styles, draught systems and beer and food. He is BJCP Certified and is currently one of 7 Master Cicerones. He is co-author of the Brewers Association Draught Quality Manual, Draught Beer Quality for Retailers and a contributing author to the MBAA Beer Steward Handbook. This program was brought to you by Michter's.

"The rule book in beer has been thrown out - people are doing whatever they want. Brewers are pushing the envelope and do something different than they did the day before." [30:00]

--Neil Witte on In the Drink


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Jimmy Carbone has a cavalcade of beer stars in the studio this week for Beer Sessions Radio!. Tune in and hear from Jake Cirelli of From the Ground Brewery, Steve 'Ben' Middlemiss of Ben Middlemiss Brewing, Lauren & Joe Grimm of Grimm Artisanal Ales, beer writer Josh Bernstein, Ben Keene of Beer Advocate and Joel Shelton of Shelton Brothers Imports. The crew chats about beer festivals, brewing styles and trends in the industry! This program was brought to you by Union Beer Distributers.

"We obviously can't compete in price with anybody so we have to make something that's more compelling" [34:00]

--Jake Cirelli on Beer Sessions Radio

"The biggest pressure gypsy brewers are facing today are brewing space." [38:00]

Steve 'Ben' Middlemiss on Beer Sessions Radio


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