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With summer temperatures on the rise, hosts Chris Cuzme and Mary Izett are talking the NYC Brewers Pro-Am and hot-weather fermentations and with friend and owner of Bitter & Esters, John La Polla. The NYC Brewers Pro-Am is a friendly collaboration/competition pairing local homebrewers with some of the five boroughs’ best professional breweries and John shares highlights from last year's event as well as things to come this year, including details of the fabulous grand prize. With no shortage of good beers to enjoy, John stresses that these particular brews won't be seen anywhere else due to the collaborative nature of the event. After the break, the group talks about the contraption known as the PicoBrew that can brew at the touch of a button and the varying techniques to be used along with it. Tune in for tips and tricks for summer brewing and more! This program was brought to you by Heritage Foods USA.

"[The PicoBrew] is my assistant brewer!" [23:00]

--John La Polla on Fuhmentaboudit!

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Cask beer is demystified this week on Beer Sessions Radio! Jimmy Carbone and summer co-host Ben Keene are joined by Jason Hicks, chef at The Shakespeare and Jones Wood Foundry, Alex Hall of Cask Marque and Dave Lopez of Gun Hill Brewery. Tune in to hear what works and doesn't when it comes to cask conditioned beer and what it takes to do it the right way! This program was brought to you by Union Beer Distributors.

"The difference between having cask beer in a bar or not is the ability for it to turn over in 3-4 days." [29:00]

--Alex Hall on Beer Sessions Radio

"If you find yourself at a beer that has cask on tap - ask questions, give it a try and learn something. There can be delicious results." [44:00]

--Jason Hicks on Beer Sessions Radio

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This week on Snacky Tunes, solo host Greg Bresnitz is chatting with the founders of Braven Brewing Company - Eric Feldman and Marshall Thompson. With offices located around the corner from Heritage Radio Network in Bushwick, Brooklyn, Braven Brewing Company came about in 2013. Focused on creating crisp, perfectly balanced ales and lagers, Eric and Marshall take Greg through how they came together to establish their own brewery from the bottom up as well as the trials and tribulations along the way. The guys share their plans for a future taproom (in Bushwick) and bringing the brewing operation totally back to Brooklyn as well. It's clear that Braven takes pride in being an active member of the Bushwick community and is excited to help revive Brooklyn as one of America’s top brewing capitals. In the second half of the show, Greg welcomes the band Leave the Planet who is coming to HRN straight from London. The band is made up of Nathalie Bruno and Jack Milwaukee, two musicians who met after moving into the same East London flat. They relay to Greg that their project was born when they discovered their mutual love for the same bands. The band name itself comes from the song ‘Leave The Planet’ by one of their favorite bands, Galaxie 500. Ultimately their sound melds these influences along with vintage synths, drum machines and guitars. This program was brought to you by Whole Foods Market.

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