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We Made a Beer is a podcast by two beer novices learning about beer by brewing it, drinking it and chatting to some really knowledgeable people about it. Expect brewing how-tos, failures and successes, as well as insights and recommendations from some of the UK's most exciting brewers, publicans and beer writers
 
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Team We Made a Beer have been beavering away on a new podcast series and we’re happy to announce that it's ready for pouring in your ear holes. Checkout the Oddrop Drinks Podcast trailer in this bonus episode. Listen to the Oddrop Drinks Podcast on Apple Podcasts - https://apple.co/2Czh7Ro Stitcher - http://bit.ly/2Fe7NnF Or online - http://bit.ly/…
 
In this one-off bonus mini-episode of We Made a Beer, we reflect on Season 2 and chat about our collaboration with Honest Brew. We explain why we put together the We Made a Beer mixed case and why we chose the beers we did. We packed the case with really interesting, unique and affordable beers so that Honest Brew were able to stock the case at jus…
 
In the final episode of the series we look at breweries who are using their success to make waves not only in beer circles, but in their wider communities as well. We interview Brooklyn Brewery's ridiculously cool Brewmaster Garrett Oliver and BrewDog's Head of Task Force, Sarah Warman, about how these breweries are shaping the future of beer. For …
 
This one's all about old beer. Not that dodgy corner-shop can you've had kicking around at the back of your cupboard for almost a year - we mean beer that's been deliberately, lovingly looked after in a barrel, in a bottle, or both, to develop complexity and flavour. Beer Sommelier/Belgian beer expert Sofie Vanrafelghem tells us about traditional B…
 
This week's episode focuses on collaboration brews. We chat to Rich, founder of Magic Rock in Huddersfield about some of his most successful collaborations, and we brew up a honey gose with Hannah from Hiver Beers (+roughly 4,000 bees!) To order the We Made a Beer mixed case from Honest Brew, head to https://honestbrew.co.uk/shop/we-made-a-beer-cas…
 
This week we learn about cask ale. What is it and why are people so passionate about it? We travel to Newport to hang out with Tiny Rebel, we talk to CAMRA, the Campaign for Real Ale, and we have a disastrous time trying to brew our own cask beer. To order the We Made a Beer mixed case from Honest Brew, head to https://honestbrew.co.uk/shop/we-made…
 
This week we attempt to find out what makes one beer 'better' than another. We learn what to look out for when tasting beers, expand our beer flavour lexicon, and try to improve upon a disastrous brew recipe from Season 1. We get tasting tips from the Thinking Drinkers before heading to the Peak District to visit Thornbridge, a brewery known for qu…
 
Episode One of Season 2 is dedicated to those friends of ours who don't like beer. We attempt to brew up a beer that doesn't taste like beer, and we get some recommendations on what beers to suggest to convince them that BEER IS GREAT. We take a trip to Somerset to visit Wild Beer Co, a brewery making amazing sour beers using 'nontraditional' ingre…
 
In our final episode of this season we brew a cacao and vanilla infused milk stout. We find out what types of food will pair well with the beers we've brewed this series from food and beer writer Laurence Creamer. We talk to Toast Ale and learn what brewers can do to help reduce the UK's bread waste problem. And, we wrap up the series by dropping t…
 
This week we brew a fruit infused beer and find out what the beer industry is doing to modernise its image. Our incredible guests this week are Beavertown's head brewer Jenn, and Neil from the There's A Beer For That campaign. To book a brew course at UBREW. Visit https://ubrew.cc/ and use the code WMAB20 at checkout. For information regarding your…
 
In Episode 4 we go global. We brew a Belgian style wheat beer, beer writer Pete Brown takes us on a tour of the world's beer hubs, and Nigel Owen, owner of Mother Kelly's, talks about importing beers from across the world to add to his huge and ever changing beer list. To book a brew course at UBREW. Visit https://ubrew.cc/ and use the code WMAB20 …
 
In Episode 3 we take on a British porter. We get a beery history lesson from Jane Peyton, founder of the School of Booze and we also chat to Evin O'Riordain, founder of The Kernel Brewery about what the future has in store for craft beer in Britain. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy…
 
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