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Grab a beer and enjoy another jam-packed episode of Beer Sessions Radio! This week - Jimmy and the crew are checking in on the Sierra Nevada Beer Camp! This summer, Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. is inviting every craft brewery in the country (count ‘em: more than 2,700) along for Beer Camp Across America, the largest collaboration the craft brewing world has ever seen. Beer Camp Across America is a multi-weekend path of beer festivals, a rolling tour that will cover 4,800 miles, celebrating the collaborative spirit of the craft brewing community with the fans that have buoyed its success. There’ll be seven stops—in cities with thriving craft beer cultures—moving geographically west to east, much like the craft movement has historically spread. Tune in and hear from some of the brewers involved as Jimmy tastes through the collection on-air! This program was brought to you by GreatBrewers.com.

"The market for [these collaborative beers] is anybody who's adventurous as the brewers themselves - people looking for something off the beaten path." [12:00]

--Zach Mack on Beer Sessions Radio


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This week on Eating Disorder, we're joined in the studio by Montana Masback, Chis Young, Nate Courtland, and Steve Pang. Spyro, Paul and Adam discuss the difficulties of opening a restaurant, and how a health inspection rating can make or break a new restaurant. Later, we get some opinions from a few people who've been though the process. Tune in to hear what they have to say! This program has been sponsored by Heritage Foods USA.

"The most difficult thing is dealing with the city and all of its horrible aspects." [25:00]

Nate Courtland on Eating Disorder


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This week on A Taste of the Past, the subject is New York City food. Linda speaks with Andrew Smith, author of New York City: A Food Biography, about the history of food in New York City. Andrew brings us back thousands of years, and describes what the food culture were like throughout time. After the break, they discuss some specific food establishments such as the automat and the supermarket that imposed varying levels of change on the food industry in New York and nationwide. This program has been sponsored by Whole Foods Market. Today's music provided by Four Lincolns.

"From about the 1830's on, New York City became the major sugar refinery not just for the north but for the entire country." [15:25]

"New York is really the beginning of what we think of as bagels." [20:25]

Andrew Smith on A Taste of the Past


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