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On a very special milestone episode, Jimmy Carbone, Ray Deter and Beer Sessions Radio (TM) regular Dave Brodrick celebrate in style with some excellent guests. They are joined by Shaun Hill of Hill Farmstead Brewing, Joe Lipa of Merchant du Vin & Robert Hodson of Union Beer. Together they explore the traditions of Sam Smith Beer, the brilliance of Union Beer and the life of small batch brewing in Vermont. Tune in and learn more about open fermenters, what happens if there's a female heir to the Smith throne and what makes fresh Orval beer so damn good. Beer Sessions Radio (TM) is brought to you by

Photo: Hill Farmstead Brewery

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Rachel Wharton, what happens is Sam Smith VII has a daughter?, stone slate fermentation, cost of doing it is very prohibitive, mineral flavor, Yorkshire square, Sam Smith is the only brewery that does it, Robert Hodson, nano breweries, White Birch, redefining beers stylistically, Shaun Hill, Hill Farmstead Brewery, true baltic porter, lager yeast, barrel treatments, small batch beers, French oak, American oak barrels don't hold up as well, blending barrels, Greensboro Vermont, Dave and Shaun met at the Vermont Brewers Festival, The Shed, open fermenters, Trout River, Edward Pale Ale, aging profiles, nano brewery movement, small production breweries, thanks to the craft beer movement these breweries can survive, seven barrel system, 20 20 beer,

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