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First Aired - 04/15/2014 05:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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Beer royalty is in the house this week on Beer Sessions Radio as Brooklyn Brewery founder Steve Hindy joins the program to chat about his new book, The Craft Beer Revolution: How a Band of Microbrewers Is Transforming the World's Favorite Drink. Steve isn't the only guest this week, Jimmy is joined by Tommy Ortega, owner of Sunswick 35/35, Dan Bronson, organizer of Queens Beer Week, Ben Sandler, co-owner, Queens kickshaw and Anthony Accardi, co-owner/brewer Transmitter Brewing Co., LIC. The theme of the week is craft beer in New York, specifically, Queens. We're gearing up to celebrate Queens Beer Week, which is happening this Friday. Tune in and get some great beer insight from real pros. This program was brought to you by GreatBrewers.com.

"We started out peddling Brooklyn Lager door to door in 1988 and in retrospect, I cant believe anybody bought anything from us. We were selling at a rice right above Heineken we had no money for marketing, nobody had ever heard of the beer and we couldn't give anybody credit - we wanted to be paid cash for something nobody ever heard of." [10:00]

--Steve Hindy on Beer Sessions Radio


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First Aired - 04/17/2012 05:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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This week on, Beer Sessions Radio, our host Jimmy Carbone is joined in the studio by Dave Broderick of Blind Tiger. Also joining Beer Sessions is Jeff O'Neill of Peekskill Brewery, and Ben Sandler and Jen Lim of The Queens Kickshaw. Tune in to hear Jeff talk about Peekskill's expansion, and Ben and Jen's thoughts on running a combination beer and coffee bar. Bradley Latham joins the show via the phone to talk about the upcoming Craft Brewer's Conference, and what it offers for people that are interested in brewing. This program has been brought to you by GreatBrewers.com.

"No recipe is set in stone in my world. There's no perfect beer. I brew by feel...it's a lot more like cooking as opposed to science for me." -- Jeff O'Neill on Beer Sessions Radio

"Craft brewers were up 13% by volume in 2011, and we're seeing the same growth in 2012. We're seeing a lot of breweries opening, as well." -- Bradley Latham on Beer Sessons Radio


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First Aired - 02/12/2014 11:00AM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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This week, Mitchell talks with Stan Sagner: writer, consultant, and restaurant critic for NY Daily News. Stan describes what it's like to be an anonymous restaurant critic, and the effects his critiques have on restaurants. After the break, he tells us why he thinks goat is the next kale! This program has been sponsored by Hearst Ranch.

"No one sets out to make a bad meal, and no one who is entirely sane goes out to be a chef...It's a career of passion, and people do it because they love it." [8:30]

"Virtually everywhere around the world, [goat] is a very common protein...it's delicious and it's lean and it's healthy and it's incredibly versatile." [20:50]

Stan Sagner on Taste Matters


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