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Be a fly on the wall at a recent Brooklyn Brewsers Homebrew Club meeting at an on-location episode of Fuhmentaboudit! This week, Chris and Mary chat with homebrewers about sours that they entered into a recent competition. Get some insight from the pulse of the homebrewing movement and learn about some tips, trends and tactics for brewing your own sour beer. Cheers to sours! This program was brought to you by Bonnie Plants.


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Celebrate Sunday with The Morning After as they once again bring you the best and freshest in the worlds of food, beverage and hospitality. Hosts Jessie Kieffer and Sari Kamin are first joined by Chef Zahra Tangorra of Brucie, an Italian restaurant in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn. Her story is incredible - having been badly injured in a bus accident while on tour with Mr. Lif and The Coup before eventually deciding to start her culinary career. Hear what inspires her in the kitchen and her mission behind Brucie. Later, Meredith Heilt & Hayley Karl, also known as The Beerded Ladies, join the show. They run a craft beer blog and put events together with an emphasis on women in craft beer. Tune in and hear their thoughts on beer pairings, trends and happenings in the world of craft beer! This program was brought to you by Heritage Foods USA.

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"I never even worked in a restaurant before I opened Brucie. Part of that has worked to my advantage and part has been a struggle. Everything is heartfelt, I wanted to open a place where I can do anything I wanted." [13:00]

--Zahra Tangorra on The Morning After

"The beers that are marketed to women are Bud Light lime and all the flavored beers.. if it's a regular beer, they're using women to market it." [32:00]

--Meredith Heil on The Morning After


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Grab a beer and join the party on Beer Sessions Radio, as Jimmy Carbone is joined by Chris Prout and Erik Olsen, the guys behind Dirck the Norseman/Greenpoint Beer & Ale and AJ Bodden and Ray Payne of Coney Island On Tap Beer Festival. Find out how Dirck the Norseman/Greenpoint Beer & Ale got started and how the neighborhood of Greenpoint in Brooklyn has changed over the years and get a great preview of beers and activities that will take place at the Coney Island on Tap Beer Festival! Cheers! This program was brought to you by GreatBrewers.com.

"What we do - we do it well and we keep it about the beer and using a cool location. We're really fired up about it." [26:00]

"New York state has a tremendous fraternity of brewers and beer professionals. There are more and more every day! It's exciting - there's room for everybody in craft beer. We see it as a privilege to be able to go out there and spread the word." [29:00]

--AJ Bodden on Beer Sessions Radio

"Saisons and farmhouse beers are a loose category - so you get a lot of ABV ranges." [32:00]

--Chris Proust on Beer Sessions Radio


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