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Take a trip to Long Island with the guys from Great South Bay Brewery on a brand new episode of Beer Sessions Radio. Jimmy is hanging with Phil Ebel and Mike Peterson of Great South Bay Brewery and they taste some beers on air, including Great South Bay: Niko Weisse - inspired by Niko Krommydas, talk about the brewing scene in Long Island and the philosophy behind some of their brews. Find out how they use things like cucumber and blood oranges in their beers and why it's ultimately about the resulting quality of the beer - not just the ingredients. Also on the show -- Ed Berestecki of Mugs Ale House and beer writer Niko Krommydas. This program was brought to you by GreatBrewers.com.

"I think people are really trying to push the envelope with what they put in beer, but at the end of the day it still has to taste good." [12:00]

--Phil Ebel on Beer Sessions Radio

"Every IPA my wife tastes she calls poison." [29:00]

--Ed Berestecki on Beer Sessions Radio


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Ted Kilpatrick is a rising star in the world of bartending. Formerly of No 9 Park in Boston, he's now the Beverage director at Park South Hotel's new rooftop bar. On another insightful episode of the business of The Business, host Phil Colicchio chats with Ted about his move to New York, the history of the bartender in America and his philosophies on hospitality. Ted is wise beyond his years, and at only 29 he's destined to have a long and fruitful career in the world of drinks and hospitality. Tune in and get to know him! This program was brought to you by Fairway Market.

"Restaurants are the only job I ever had." [05:00]

"Bartending is much closer to baking than it is cooking." [13:00]

"The priority should be placed on drinks that aren't made in front of people that order it." [23:00]

--Ted Kilpatrick on the business of The Business


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Published July 25th, 2014

Running time: 16 Minutes

On Oct. 3, Storm Atlas dumped 4ft of snow on western South Dakota. Ranchers Jeff and Shelane Graham talk about the terrible storm, and how it affected their way of life.

By Meradith Hoddinot


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