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First Aired - 10/16/2011 04:30PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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There is no reality in the absence of observation! Tune in to a blog-themed episode of Burning Down the House with architect and host Curtis B. Wayne. Curtis is joined by architects and bloggers Bob Borson of Life of an Architect & Jody Brown of Coffee with an Architect. Hear what the group has to say about "public journaling" and how it relates to the built environment. This episode was sponsored by Hearst Ranch.


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First Aired - 11/23/2010 05:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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This week on Beer Sessions Jimmy and Ray sit down with some new players in the wide world of Beer Media. First Will Stephens, creator of the blog Wandering Foodie and writer at Huffington Post, discusses his new ideas for a beer website and how he got in the blogosphere. Next Hagan Blount, creator of Beer Menu.com (an interactive list of beer menus and draught lists that has taken off in popularity as of late) discusses the inspiration and impetus for his new site. Bartender Jen Schwertman weighs in on NYC bar tipping habits, and Kelly Taylor & Sonya Giaccobe of Kelso Brewing Company talk about local beer and the evolution of the craft beer scene. Great Brewers.com: a favorite source for beer information and education and one of the internet's most popular beer destinations.

Kelly & Sonya of Kelso

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Jimmy Carbone, Jimmy's No 43, Ray Deter, Beer Sessions, Good Beer Seal, Great Brewers, Liquids of Interest, new beer media, Will Stephens, Hagan Blount, Beer Menu.com:, bartenders maintaining beer selections on a website, search for venues by what they have on tap, 8,000 beers are on the market, audience of drinkers that update lists, Jen Schwertman, Blind Tiger, Kelly Taylor & Sonya Giaccobe, Kelso Brewery, Germany Purity Law, the events page on Beer Menu gets a lot of hits, the idea of a Beer Menu didn't exist when d.b.a. opened, high end restaurants have beer menus now, Battle of the Belgians, d.b.a., GreatBrewers.com, www.BeerMenu.com, www.itasteyourbeer.com, @itasteyourbeer, Wandering Foodie,
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Hector Humbolt Hemp, Kelso started in 2006, you don't want overpowering beers with food, they focused at lagers that are layered and complex and at their finest when locally made, Kelly started brewing in 1989, he got a job at Heartland Brewery, home brewing in NYC, www.probrewer.com, timing the brewery right with the local craft beer movement, Jen first tasted the Nut Brown from Kelso, Chocolate lager, sessionable beers, most of the Kelso beers have layers and complexity, East Coast is more patient, award winning pilsner focused breiwng in Philadelphia, foodie debate between East and West Coast, how important are food pairings to the craft beer movement, beer and food epiphanys, meat grown on grain, served with the same beer from the same grain, beer started with civilization, has been on our table as long as bread has, it's part of our genetic makeup, malt is the holdup in 100% local beer, malts are an untapped local market,
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email question, tipping bartender when beer is free at a house party, you ALWAYS tip the bartender, host of the party should cover the cost of a bartender, TIPS: To 'I'nsure Prompt Service, service industry, bartenders need tips, feast or famine, $6 beer - what should you tip?, $1, kiss of death is when you say 'Don't worry I'll take care of you', Jen doesn't size people up, some bartenders stereotype and predict how much people will tip, Lucky Bastard, Stone Brewing Company, Kelly's knee jerk reaction when tasting beer is to look for defects, tasting notes, don't generalize!, esters, email questions to beersessions@gmail.com, Thanksgiving question:, pairing beers for Thanksgiving dinner, Flemish Red Ale, Nut Brown Lager, Chocolate Lager, home made pumpkin pie made with duck lard, Ray's Thanksgiving beer: bitter lagers & wine, Jen: approachable beers for parties, Baladin Nora, Veritcal Epic 07, Saison triple hybrid with Belgian spice, Will: saison go well with Thanksgiving spice, he goes for a big IPA, Green Flash West Coast IPA, Jimmy: Mikkeller Czech Style Pilsner, Jimmy is getting a heritage turkey from Heritage Foods USA,

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First Aired - 07/20/2010 05:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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This week on Beer Sessions Jimmy and Ray sat down with Juan Cruz from Sunswick, the ONLY Good Beer Seal approved beer bar in Queens, and Chris O'Leary, a beer nerd who started his own beer blog (Beer York) after lamenting the lack of straightforward beer and brewery news (sans reviews and opinions) in the brew blogosphere. The guys discussed the potentially taboo subject of beer cocktails, including the "manmosa" and black chocolate stout with framboise or ice cream, in addition to taking a call from a pro-growler listener. This episode was sponsored by Great Brewers.com: a favorite source for beer information and education and one of the internet's most popular beer destinations.

Photos: Sunswick 3535 Bar

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Beer Sessions, Jimmy Carbone, Jimmy's No 43, Ray Deter, d.b.a., Great Brewers.com, Chris O'Leary, Juan Cruz, Sunswick, there were too many beer bars in BK and not enough in Queens, 35th st and 35th av, Ray used to be a cab driver, how to get to Sunswick from the East Village, Hop Week, Brew York, Chris is an experienced blogger and beer enthusiast, he was just at the Vermont Brewers Fest, Rockhart, Vermonster, Morrisville Vermont, Sunny & 75, Black IPA's are the style of the year, Brooklyn Store, Black IPA from 21st Amendment, the P in IPA stands for pale, Lawson's Finest Liquids, www.brewyorknewyork.com, www.beermenus.com, Pony Bar, Bar Great Harry, Bierkraft, Barcade, Standings, Brewski's, Anchor Liberty Ale, Peculier Pub, every country doesn't make good beer, The Farmhouse Tap & Grill, Pete's Wicked Ale,
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Beer Sessions theme song, Jimmy heard the song on college radio, beer doesn't get you too drunk, it's not too expensive, what brought the guys to beer?, Chris brewed a cream ale for his dad, why beer instead of spirits or wine?, beer is infinite in terms of experience, Hebrew Rejewvenator, strong beers in cans, the can movement is fantastic, in Williamsburg people love canned beer, Sly & Rye deal at d.b.a. Brooklyn, outdoorsy people love cans, Sri Lanka beer, The Lion, 8.8% alcohol content, Pork Slap, NYS beer, Oskar Blues Old Chub, Crazy Horse, 11% of undrinkable beer, Ska Brewing, Durango Colorado, some people don't like cans, it's all about perception, Baxter Brewing Company, west coast styles in cans, beer snobs: get over yourselves! cans are good!, why do people look down on growlers?, it's a growing trend in New York, great way to get fresh beer, throwback to beer history, people would go to a neighborhood brewery and bring home the local beer, Pony Bar has Anchor Liberty on draft now, Good Beer @ BAM is next Wednesday!, oyster night at Jimmy's No 43 on Thursday,

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