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John La Polla of Bitters and Esters tells his story on how he came into homebrewing. Feeling inspired? La Polla shares tips for beginning homebrewers.

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First Aired - 11/08/2011 05:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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This week on Beer Sessions Radio (TM) the studio is packed with Blind Tiger regulars Dave Brodrick and Jen Schwertman. The gang welcomes the British Invasion of Alex Hall and Chris Post who hail from England but are owners and brewmasters of the Western Massachussetts brewery, Wandering Star Brewing. Chris Cuzme, also of Wandering Star, who is the head of the New York City Homebrewers Guild joins the conversation as well. Learn about the beginnings of both institutions as well as leveling up your beer geek cred as the gang comes of up with beer words that you've probably never heard of (hint: think zymurgy and Pediococcus). Learn about how one moves from the world of home to craft brewing and how sometimes starting your own outfit is as easy as buying it off eBay! This episode is sponsored by GreatBrewers.com.


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First Aired - 05/04/2010 05:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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Jimmy and Ray sat down with Spencer Niebuhr, AJ Boglioli, Chris Cuzme & Mary Izett. They discuss the amazing beers of Southampton Publick House, the ups and downs of homebrewing, and whether sour is "the new hops".
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