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Today on Beer Sessions Jimmy sits down with Dave Brodrick, Jen Schwertman, and experimental home brewer Brett Thompson to discuss the tastes, fads, and possibilities of infused beers. Home brewer Brett Thompson plays with bourbon barrels, hops, and vanilla flavors to bring his beers to the next level. The team discusses the ins and outs of such methods and their geographical movements of such techniques from the west coast to the east.

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