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Find us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jewishfermentationpodcast/ Beer and Mead made with ancient yeast: https://www.timesofisrael.com/its-not-what-goliath-drank-but-ancient-yeast-brews-still-bring-giant-flavor/ Alton brown Yeast Sock Puppets: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o7hFsuGIMcM Barry’s One Month Mead: https://gotmead.com/blog/arti…
 
Welcome to Episode 0 of “She Brews, He Brews, a jewish fermenting podcast”, where we hope to discuss all thing homebrewing and fermenting both biblical and modern from a Jewish perspective including beers, meads, ciders, wines, breads, pickles, cheese, and much more. Goals of the podcast Sharing brewing and fermenting knowledge Learning new things …
 
Can what we listen to change how we feel? More importantly, can what we listen to enhance our enjoyment of our favourite drink? In this episode, Emma: talks beer & music matching with beer writer, Pete Brown; discusses the links between beer & music with Tom Bott, co-founder of London brewery, Signature Brew; and performs an experiment with beer & …
 
I last interviewed Roger Ryman at St Austell Brewery in November 2019. As usual, he was entertaining, insightful, and full of stories. Here's 13 minutes of the best from one of the greats of modern brewing. Roger Ryman: 02/06/1967 - 28/05/2020 Available via: Apple Podcasts Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts…
 
How is the current coronavirus crisis affecting the beer industry? Featuring: Emma McClarkin (Chief Executive, British Beer & Pub Association); Katy Moses (Founder & Managing Director, KAM Media), and Jane Peyton (drinks writer & educator). Available via: Apple Podcasts Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts…
 
How is the current coronavirus affecting the beer industry? Featuring: Neil Walker (Head of Comms & Marketing, SIBA) Chris Hyde (Pub2Me) Carolyn Jenkinson (Licensed Trade Charity) Jane Peyton (drinks writer & educator) Available to download & listen to at: Apple Podcasts Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts…
 
How is the current coronavirus crisis affecting the beer industry? Featuring: Emma McClarkin (Chief Executive, British Beer & Pub Association) Annabel Smith (Head of Training at Cask Marque & founder of Beer Belle) Jane Peyton (drinks writer & educator) Available to download & listen to at: Apple Podcasts Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts…
 
How is the current coronavirus crisis affecting the beer industry? Featuring: Tom Stainer (Chief Executive, CAMRA) Keith Bott (co-owner of Titanic Brewery & President of Pub Aid) Jane Peyton (drinks writer & educator) Available to download and listen to at: Apple Podcasts Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts…
 
How is the current coronavirus crisis affecting the beer industry? Featuring: James Calder (Chief Executive, SIBA) John Willetts (Director, Simply Hops & founder of Beer is Here) Iain Chambers (Community Project Manager, The Bevy) Jane Peyton (drinks writer & educator) Available to download and listen at: Apple Podcasts Spotify or wherever you get …
 
Beer has the power to unite us, to say something to us, and to have a major influence on the world around us. So is it ever 'just beer'? Featuring a discussion with two of the most influential people in beer today: Dr J Jackson-Beckham (Diversity Ambassador, Brewer's Association) & Paul Jones (Co-Founder & Director, Cloudwater). Available to downlo…
 
Cask beer. The very soul of the British pub or boring brown beer? Good value or desperately undervalued? The future of craft beer or a dusty old relic? Where exactly is cask beer at? Feat: - Roger Ryman (Brewing Director; St Austell Brew Co) - Ben Duckworth (Director; Affinity Brew Co & Cask Festival) - Matt Eley (Editor; Cask Report) - Jane Peyton…
 
Obadiah Poundage is a recreation of a nineteenth century porter and the result of years of work and a collaboration between Mike Siegel (Goose Island, Chicago), Ron Pattinson (beer historian) and Derek Prentice (London brewing legend). All three came together at the Goose Island Brew Pub in Shoreditch to launch the beer and tell some of the many st…
 
The beer industry has moved on in terms of diversity over the past few years, particularly for some previously excluded groups. But - as in common with most other industries - we're still at the beginning of a potentially very long journey. Featuring: Megan Stone - US brewer & founder of @isbeeracarb Jack Hibberd - Laine Brew Co Farooq Khalid - hea…
 
Sustainability involves a complex web of interconnectedness between consumer, brewery, supplier and worker. Colin Johnston (Crisp Malting) and Fergus Fitzgerald (Adnams) discuss some of the issues. Recorded live at Cambridge Beer Festival.
 
Sometimes a brewery comes along that captures minds, captures imaginations, captures hearts even, and reminds us that beer can be all about people, about story, and about the wish to make the world a better place. Emma visits Good Things Brewing Co and speaks to Chris Drummond about his vision of a fully-sustainable brewery.…
 
It's hard to switch on the television or open a newspaper nowadays without coming across something about the environment and the importance of protecting it. Whether it's Greta Thunberg, Extinction Rebellion or David Attenborough, the message would seem to be clear: we all need to act more sustainably. But how are breweries responding to this chall…
 
Ampersand Brew Co is a small, progressive brewery based in South Norfolk. It produces seasonal beers, session beers and big barrel-aged beauties. The story of this family-run brewery throws the spotlight on many features of the contemporary brewing scene. Ampersand's Andy Hipwell discusses tap rooms, collaborations and cask ales, and shares some of…
 
From the original lease to the distinctive advertising, and from the earliest recipes to the invention of the widget, Guinness is a brewery with a rich 260 year history. Take a step inside the Guinness Archive alongside archivist Fergus Brady, and discover some of the secrets that bring this unique beer alive. Available to listen and download on: A…
 
Beer and whisk(e)y: great drinking buddies and close relatives in the family tree of booze. But what's the relationship between them? What do they share and how do they differ? Where do barrels and wood fit in? And what can we learn about beer from its spiritual cousin? Available to download and listen via Apple Podcasts, Spotify and more. Feat. Do…
 
The 'craft' beer revolution in the UK is often associated with railway arches and industrial estates. But that's not the whole story. Beer is going back to the country. Emma is joined live at the Cambridge Beer Festival by Sophie de Ronde (Burnt Mill Brewery), Miranda Hudson (Duration Brewery) & Bates (Duration Brewery).…
 
Jereme Zimmerman - avid fermenter and self-described 'peace-loving, green-living Appalachian Yeti Viking' shares a beer with Emma. The birth of civilisation, prohibition, sustainability, Norse mythology and the importance of stories to our enjoyment of beer all feature in this wide-ranging discussion. And if you've ever considered brewing Chicha de…
 
We all know that beer can contain so much more than just water, malt, hops & yeast - and there is always something new to try. Emma highlights four breweries - two from the UK and two from further afield - that are doing interesting things with ingredients that fall slightly outside the norm. Feat.: Liquid Light Brewing Company (Nottingham, UK) Gar…
 
Inside the beer industry we've been talking for years about how well beer goes with food, and how it can work even better alongside food than wine. Are people outside the beer industry beginning to listen? Featuring insights from: Garrett Oliver (Brewmaster, Brooklyn Brewery) Melissa Cole (Beer Writer) Ian Colgan (Beer & Food Specialist, Guinness B…
 
In this world of unparalled choice, where kegs, bottles and cans of all styles constantly cry out for our attention, what's the value of cask ale? Emma hosts a panel discussion about the value of the pint in your glass - not just the price, but the history, the provenance and the meaning of cask ale. Featuring: Gary Sillence (Head Brewer, Brighton …
 
Beer: it's powerful stuff. In fact, all evidence points to it being one of the main reasons behind civilisation as we know it. So why shouldn't it change the world? In this bitesize edition of Fermentation Beer & Brewing Radio, Emma speaks to artist, beer writer, queer activist and founder of the Queer Brewing Project, a collaborative beer project …
 
From your local brewery tap room to a UK beer city, from closer to home to further afield, more people are planning their holiday based on the beer and beer experiences on offer. And, on this episode, Emma investigates beer tourism. Emma takes a closer look at the Czech Republic's beer scene with the help of Keterina Hobbs (Czech Tourism), Viktor T…
 
Britain: a land of damp Sundays, conkers on strings, cooked breakfasts, unnecessary apologies, and wonderful, wonderful beer. In this episode we delve into the exciting world of contemporary British beer and look ahead to Beer Day Britain - Britain's national beer day - which is coming up on Saturday 15 June. Mark Newton - Marston's resident cooper…
 
The Catalan beer scene is an exciting place. If no media player appears in your browser, click here to download & listen When Emma went over to host a live podcast at Barcelona Beer Festival back in March, she made it her business to explore the rest of the city. And she ended up meeting many of the people who make the scene such an amazing place. …
 
We all have a first. That special one, the legendary one. The one that first awoke your taste buds. Maybe it was supping the foam off a pint of your dad's homebrew. Maybe it was a taste of your grandmother's glass of stout in the village pub. Maybe it was a cold can of something thrust into your hand as you watched the football. Join Emma (and resi…
 
On this episode, Emma links up with four breweries - from the UK, mainland Europe and the USA - who are shaping the contemporary beer scene in their own unique ways. If no media player appears in your browser, please click here to download & listen Featuring: Tim Faith, Research & Development brewer at Chicago's Goose Island Brewery; Simon Webster,…
 
Fermentation Beer & Brewing Radio goes LIVE at the 2019 Barcelona Beer Festival! If no media player appears in your browser, please click here to download & play this episode Emma with members of the Spanish Pink Boots Society Joan 'Birraire' Villar-i-Marti Emma with Anna Hereu In this extra-special episode we celebrate pan-European collaboration, …
 
Today's episode is the very first Fermentation Bitesize - occasional single-guest specials featuring the best of the contemporary beer scene. If no media player appears in your browser, please click here to listen and download. Collaboration is the theme of the discussion and today's guest has pulled together a truly monumental collaboration betwee…
 
The month of March is Women's History Month and Friday 8 March is International Women's Day - a time to reflect on the great progress made in terms of women's rights, and also to redouble our efforts in the fight for change, the fight to achieve equal rights for all women and girls across the world. In this episode we mark International Women's Day…
 
The contemporary beer revolution has changed far more than simply the liquid in your glass. The whole aesthetic around beer has changed and nothing reflects this more starkly than the art associated with beer. From pump clips to label design to the artwork that singles some breweries out as pretty special - nothing is the same as it was before. In …
 
Every beer has a tale to tell, and much of that story is wrapped up in the journey of how it came into being, the steps its maker took to bring it to life. This episode explores just some of those journeys. IF NO PLAYER APPEARS IN YOUR BROWSER, CLICK HERE TO LISTEN Featuring: James Rylance (Harbour Brewing / Hinterland); Eddie Lofthouse (Harbour Br…
 
Explore stories from right across the contemporary beer world in this bumper-sized international episode. IF NO PLAYER APPEARS IN YOUR BROWSER, CLICK HERE TO LISTEN Featuring: Rogue Ales' Bill Tollner (USA); Todd Nicolson from the New Zealand Beer Collective (NZ); Stu McKinlay, benevolent dictator of the Yeastie Boys (NZ / UK / Australia); Vice Pre…
 
This episode - the first of the new, fortnightly episodes - is an alcohol-free special. Emma takes a look at: who's drinking alcohol-free beer? how is the beer brewed? what are some of the challenges around brewing & selling alcohol free beer? and what does it actually taste like? She enlists the help of: Fergus Fitzgerald - Head Brewer at Adnams B…
 
On this month's show we are: - bringing in the hop harvest with Bedlam Brewery; - growing hops at home with resident homebrew expert, James Torr; - talking beer with the legendary Roger Ryman from St Austell Brewery; - catching up with Pete Brown, Them that Can and There’s A Beer For That at the Beer & Cider Marketing Awards, and - chatting about h…
 
In this episode: - Jaega Wise - head brewer at Walthamstow's Wild Card Brewery - gives Emma a tour of the new site and introduces her to some very special brews; - London Beer Factory's Sim & Brett tell us about their plans to take a coolship on the road; - Ben McFarland, one half of the Thinking Drinkers - tells us about their new show, 'Pub Crawl…
 
On this month's show: - Erica Horton - Founder of Fem.ale Brewster Beer Festival - discusses diversity in beer & brewing; - Adrian Tierney-Jones tells us about the new team at Original Gravity Magazine; - we look ahead to Beer Day Britain which is coming up on June 15th; - and we talk lager brewing, homebrewing, and food matching with Pillars Brewe…
 
On this month's show: - Emma grabs a pint with brewers from two of Ireland's very best contemporary breweries - White Hag & Boundary; - resident beer sommelier, Jane Peyton, takes us on a food & beer matching tour of Brighton's Open Market; - Dave Grant - co-founder of Fierce Brewery - tells us about his award-winning beer; - resident homebrewer, J…
 
On this month's show it's awards season and every guest is a champion! - West Berkshire Brewery's Ruth Mitchell talks tradition & innovation; - Warren Carter from The Bevy talks brains and community pubs; - Rachida & Stuart from Curry Leaf Café show us how a beer list should be done; - World Beer Awards Winners talk about their outstanding brews, -…
 
On this month's show: - award-winning brewer - previously of Darkstar, Meantime & Beavertown - Jenn Merrick; - Rachael Weseloh from The Brooklyn Brewery; - news on how you can buy a share in legendary Brighton pub, The Greys; - the lowdown on all-in-one homebrew system, the Grainfather; - resident homebrewer, James Torr, talks lambics; - Rachel fro…
 
In this episode of Fermentation Beer & Brewing Radio we bid a fond farewell to Radio Reverb - the community radio station that has provided us with a home for the past three years - and looks ahead to some very exciting developments in the world of Fermentation Beer & Brewing Radio. Hear some highlights from the past few years including: - Miles Je…
 
In this episode: - Brewing legend, Miles Jenner at Harvey's Brewery invites Fermentation Beer & Brewing Radio to a very rare brewing of one of the best beers in the world; - Emma catches up with Jez Galaun from Brixton Brewery; - resident beer sommelier, Jane Peyton talks International Women's Collaboration Brew Day; - Chris Drummond from Good Thin…
 
On this month's show: - Adrian Tierney-Jones discusses the past, present & future of independent beer; - the legendary Dave Stone from the equally legendary Wylam Brewery explains his approach to good beer; - Ruth & Ali from The Watchmaker's Arms talk micropubs and beer festivals; - resident homebrew expert, James Torr, brews a primitive beer outdo…
 
In this episode: - Emma talks to Brewdog co-founder, James Watt, about their new mixed fermentation facility; - beer writer & historian, Des de Moor tells us about the history of porter; - Steve Parr & Lotte Peplow from the Brewer's Association share some thoughts about the US craft beer scene; - and we hear from Fourpure's Rob Davies. PLUS, live i…
 
On this month's show: - Adam Robertson, co-founder of one of the most talked about breweries of the moment, Verdant, explores what makes their beer so special; - Narihiro Suzuki of Ise Kadoya Brewery tells Emma about brewing in Japan; - Lesley Foulkes from Langham Brewery talks ale, steam-power and hops in the heart of the Sussex countryside; - Sim…
 
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