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We share stories about craft beer and the people behind it. On this podcast, you'll hear interviews with brewers, brewery owners and other craft beer industry folks telling it like it is in their own words. Born out of a genuine passion for craft beer, BAOS Podcast are Canadian-born with a worldwide perspective. Focused on the beer scenes in North America, Australia and across the globe, we’re a team who travels for the love of craft beer, showcasing the best brews we find and interviewing t ...
 
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This isn't exactly Silicon Valley, so a craft beer accelerator is something that essentially hasn't existed in the industry - until now. Enter Community Brewing Ventures. Director of Strategic Partnerships Aaron Gore sat down with Cee to discuss exactly what a brew accelerator is, how CBV works with all their partner breweries, what makes their app…
 
We finally made it to the Sunshine State. For our first ever podcast with a Florida brewery, we hung out with Kevin Abbott, the conveniently named gentleman behind the Belgian-inspired brewery, Barrel of Monks. Cee hung out with Kevin for an insightful chat about their unique origins, the beauty that is Belgian beers, the challenges of being a brew…
 
Over this season of the podcast, we've touched on the booming segment of non-alcoholic beer, but this is the first time we've really gotten deep. Ted Fleming, Founder of Partake Brewing, Canada's premier craft non-alcoholic brewery, joined Cee to tell his story of why he started the brewery, he explains Partake's unique approach to NA beer, and whe…
 
The Adjunct Series is back! After a summer 2021 hiatus (well, sorta, we did drop the entire Link Up season), our do-whatever-we-want series has returned. Cee and our Co-Founder, Producer and perennial fave Tiffany Alexis hung out to catch everyone up about what went down this summer. They broke down the Link Up project in detail while crushing both…
 
The first four episodes of the season were really focused on the breweries involved, and now that we're sitting down with our Link Up Co-Founders, we can finally go deep on what the program is truly about. 5e Baron's Jacob Barrette and Danielle Duchesne joined Tiff and Cee to chat about the genesis of LinkUp and the problem they're trying to fix, w…
 
It's been an amazing season thus far and moving into the second half, we're connecting with the team behind our most watched and longest episode of all time - Third Moon. Steve "Bebo" Pilotto and Chris Steininger launched mid-pandemic in 2020 to a thunderous response, quickly becoming one of the most sought-after breweries in Ontario (and Canada as…
 
The third episode from our inaugural Link Up season was with the podcast's #1 returning guest, Derrick Robertson of Montreal's BreWskey. The first Quebec brewery to launch a Link Up beer in the series, BreWskey came out strong with a phenomenal double IPA that truly spoke to their strengths. Derrick kicked it with Tiff and Cee to break down why he …
 
The second episode from our Link Up season was with a good friend of the show, Jeff Talmey, Co-Founder of Town Brewery. Jeff was one of the first people we approached about being part of the Link Up launch series of collaboration beers, and he jumped at the opportunity. Jeff hung out with Tiff and Cee to chat about why he got involved in Link Up, w…
 
We're back with a brand new season of BAOS Podcast, and this one is something very special and very close to us. We'll be focusing this entire season on Link Up, a non-profit started by the good folks behind Microbrasserie 5e Baron in Aylmer, QC and Tiffany and Cee here at BAOS and High Season Co. Our aim with this program is to help BIPOC from und…
 
It's been quite the run for the live Quarantine Edition of our ongoing Adjunct Series, and tonight, we wrapped it up with a bang. Longtime followers would know that our trip to Virginia in 2019 was a memorable one, where we travelled for a week from the northern part of the state all the way down to Virginia Beach, and we truly loved our experience…
 
Podcasting is an interesting endeavour. The things you think folks will love don't always resonate, and the things you think are mid end up over-performing. An example of the latter are the pods where Cee just hangs with a co-host for a bit of a chin wag with our rotating schedule of guests like Scott, Tiffany, Noah or Nate. These episodes always p…
 
Ottawa is Canada's capital city, and in the past few years it has truly become synonymous with craft beer. One of the OG breweries in the city is Bicycle, who kicked things off in 2014 when husband and wife team Fariborz and Laura Behzadi opened up their own space after wanting something of their own to work on together. In this time, they've built…
 
Sitting less than an hour east of Toronto, the Durham region's craft beer scene has been blowing up in the past few years. One brewery that caught our eye was Bowmanville's Chronicle Brewing, with their eclectic, game and fantasy-centric label art, and impeccable and wide-ranging list of beers. We've been fortunate enough to try a few of their beer…
 
From our ~250 podcasts over the years, it feels like the ultimate goal of most brewers is to control the entire process from grain to glass. The team behind Brasserie La Ferme are already living the dream with their property in Shefford, QC, with over 100 acres of land where they grow hops, a variety of cereals, fruits and berries, and they even ha…
 
We say it over and over, but our favourite place on earth is Vermont, and the one thing about this whole pandemic thing that we're missing the most is our regular trips south of the border. Come to think of it, we haven't even had a brewery from VT on the pod - until now. You may remember Episode #129 from the OG series where we hung with the whole…
 
Back in 2014, Elora Brewing Co. opened its doors in a small town northwest of Toronto (Elora, if you didn't guess). Since the beginning, they've been ahead of the curve, producing one of the first readily available (via distribution) NEIPAs back in 2017. We've been fans since we cracked our first bottle of Elora Borealis, their NE Pale Ale, and whi…
 
This whole virtual podcast thing has really opened up the world for us, allowing us to share a beer with people we otherwise may not have been able to. Recently we connected with Will of Tribus Brewing in Milford, Connecticut, and we were immediately taken by their quality photography, slick social and delicious-sounding beers. So of course, we wer…
 
Keeping it local is often a tenet that craft beer lays heavily on, and not many live it like Avling. Founder Max Meighen worked in both kitchens and brewhouses around the world, and he brought that experimental, palate-driven ethos to his business. Head Brewer Brandon Judd studied in Germany and has worked for many incredible breweries in Toronto, …
 
While we typically focus on the breweries themselves on the pod, it's always fascinating to chat with the people who help drive the industry forward. Specialty beer stores are the primary way that craft beer drinkers in Quebec obtain their sweet, sweet liquid, and they have a holistic understanding of the consumer that even the breweries may not ha…
 
Cottage country is an unassuming place for craft beer. Muskoka is a region where city folk go to relax and unwind, surrounded by some of the most beautiful scenery Canada has to offer, and the last thing you'd expect is to find fire craft beer. Opening their doors to the public only a couple of years ago, Canvas Brewing has been knocking out qualit…
 
It's not every day we get to hang out with the literal newest kids on the block. Brasserie Mellön, founded by friends Alexandre Pontbriand + David Goudreau, opened last weekend (Saturday, May 1st, 2021) in Montreal's Rosemont-La-Petite-Patrie after 5 long years of hard work and dedication. Anxious and unsure how they'd be received by the beer-drink…
 
Kahnawake Brewing was the first brewery in Canada to be opened on native indigenous territory. They literally assisted in writing the laws to allow a brewery to operate, and they've been changing the game ever since. We first visited Co-Founder Drew Stevens back in May 2018 on a rainy Spring day shortly after their March opening, so we were overdue…
 
While it's our job to put our awesome community onto amazing breweries, sometimes it works the other way around. Every time we'd post about lagers and ask about their favourite crispyboiz, one name continually came up: Old Flame Brewery. With two locations in Port Perry and Newmarket, Ontario, Old Flame has been going strong for 7+ years brewing so…
 
It's always an honour to get to chat to the people behind the breweries who shaped your early beer-drinking years, so finally bringing Daniel Addy Jibb, Co-Founder of Microbrasserie Le Castor, on the pod was a milestone for us. Being that they've also known each other a long time, it was only right that we brought back our fave special guest co-hos…
 
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