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Hear about one of the breweries that put American craft beer on the map, Lagunitas, on a brand new episode of Beer Sessions Radio. Jimmy Carbone is joined by Tony Magee, founder and CEO of the Lagunitas Brewing Company, Mark Sljukic of Lagunitas Jimmy Ludwig of Happy Hour Guys, Joe Carroll of Spuyten Duyvil, Fette Sau and St. Anselm and Tony Forder of Ale Street News. Learn about the origins of Lagunitas, the IPA explosion in domestic craft beer and the California beer scene in the 90's! This program was brought to you by GreatBrewers.com.

"No other breweries make beer the way American craft brewers make beer. We invented some of the ways craft beers are made...the entire global beer industry is causally being handed over to another generation of brewers." [10:00]

--Tony Magee on Beer Sessions Radio

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Tune in for a special episode of Beer Sessions Radio dedicated to food and beer pairings! Jimmy Carbone is joined by Julia Herz of The Brewers Association, Master Cicerone candidates James Tai and Brendan Woodcock and Jimmy Ludwig of the Happy Hour Guys. Listen as the crew discusses the science behind pairings, why every palate is different and why we've only reached the tip of the iceberg when it comes to beer and food pairings. This program was brought to you by Union Beer.

"Pairing is personal, perception is personal." [09:00]

"I think beer cuisine will have it's day - we're not there yet." [17:00]

--Julia Herz on Beer Sessions Radio

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This week on Beer Sessions Radio, we’re gearing up for New York City Beer Week 2015 in February! Tune in and hear from Jimmy Ludwig of The Happy Hour Guys, Dietrich Gehring of Helderberg Hops Farm/Indian Ladder Farms, Dave Katleski of Empire Brewing, Anne Becerra of Anne Likes Beer, Linsey Ronchi of George Keeleys and Olivia Cerio of Empire Brewing! The crew chats about everything from collaborative beers to estate breweries and beer education. Tune in and get revved up for a celebration of beer in New York City! This program was brought to you by Union Beer Distributors.

"I think every month should be dedicated to New York beer!" [19:00]

--Dave Katleski on Beer Sessions Radio

"Brewers barley has to be harvested at between 22% and 18% moisture, which means you can't leave it in the field to dry." [39:00]

"You won't encourage farmers to grow a high value crop unless they have somewhere to take it." [41:00]

--Dietrich Gehring on Beer Sessions Radio

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