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This week on Fuhmentaboudit!, hosts Mary Izett and Chris Cuzme kick off the show with some upcoming beertastic events (and announce plans for their own brew!) before welcoming guests Peter Salmond and Oskar Norlander. Peter and Oskar are the recent winners of Homebrew Alley Sour Category, and actually swept first, second, and third places out of 35 entrees! Their Gueuze, American Stout, and Fruit Lambics were hits at Homebrew Alley and share with Chris and Mary that their recipes remain pretty basic though they have changed their mashes. Talking brewing details, the guys talk their techniques then relay thoughts on the results of the recent competition. Oskar and Peter also chat about how they came to decide the fruits used for their fruit lambics, like passion fruit, and take the hosts through their thoughts behind their award-winning Gueuze. Tune in for more insider details from Peter and Oskar and a great recap of Homebrew Alley! This program was brought to you by GreatBrewers.com.

"We've done a couple of batches and the last few were the first ones we really started talking technique; what have we done, what can we do differently, how we can do better. This last batch we really pushed the temperature and that really made a difference." [11:28]

"When we got the frozen [passion fruit] puree we opened it up... and it just immediately just smelled so good, and we tasted it and it's tart and sweet and aromatic and fruity - everything I never had in a sour beer and everything I wanted in a sour beer." [24:55]

--Peter Salmond on Fuhmentaboudit!


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It's literally a packed house for Beer Sessions Radio this week, as Jimmy is joined by a room full of incredible beer professionals. Regular guest Jon Lundbom has brought Jef van der Steen of Brouwerij de Glazen Toren with him! Brouwerij de Glazen Toren. Jef is an authority in the brewing world - and shares tons of insight on Belgian beer. Also hear from Andreas Heidenreich of Paulaner NYC and Joe Najem and Kenny Leeper of Hops Hill. This program was brought to you by GreatBrewers.com.

"The number of Breweries in Belgian are growing pretty dramatically - we're seeing the same thing happening there as is happening in New York." [03:00]

--Jon Lundbom on Beer Sessions Radio

"I don't try to invent new things - only the Belgian classics... but my way." [21:00]

--Jef van der Steen on Beer Sessions Radio


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Tune in for a special episode of Beer Sessions Radio as Jimmy Carbone chats with a Finnish brewer about Lammin Sahti Oy! Finnish Sahti, along with Belgian Lambic, is one of the truly old and unusual or , better, one of the last original beer styles in the world. Dating back to the 1500s it is still mostly produced near Helsinki in traditional sahti brewing equipment like open wooden mash tuns and troughlike wooden lauter tuns {“kuurnas”} with a filter bed made of juniper twigs. The juniper acts as the main preservative and balanging agent. Only very little hops (if at all) is used to accentuate the aroma. Sahti is an all-malt beer (Pilsener or Pale malt, Crystal barley malt and dark rye malt). The Finnish Baker’s yeast employed in Sahti produces phenols and esters similar to those produced by the classic Bavarian wheat beer yeast.

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