Beer Sessions Radio – Episode 151 – Gearin’ Up for New York City Beer Week

We’re anticipating New York City Beer Week on Beer Sessions Radio! Jimmy Carbone is joined in the studio by Jonathan White of Bobolink Farm & Dairy to talk cheesemaking, and cows’ affinity for beer. Shane Welch and Jeff Gorlechen of Sixpoint Craft Ales stop by to talk about some of…

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The Broken Odometer – “Presidents and Their Beer”

HAPPY PRESIDENTS’ DAY Beer has had a long history with U.S. Presidents. George Washington preferred English-style porter. Thomas Jefferson regularly served beer at the dinner table, later becoming a student of the brewing process. James Madison wanted to appoint a Secretary of Beer and even considered proposing a government-run brewery.…

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Weekend Beer Festival Forecast for February 15 to 18, 2013

There’s nothing more romantic on Valentine’s Day weekend than a road trip to a beer festival with your significant other – at least for some of us. If you and your sweetie are both lovers of craft brews, here are a few options from across the country. The Weekend Beer…

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Beer Sessions Radio – Episode 150 – Kings County Brewer’s Collective & Pints 4 Prostates

New York City has a strong homebrewing scene! This week on Beer Sessions Radio, Jimmy Carbone is chatting with John Kleinchester of Beertography, as well as Jason Sahler and Kyler Serfass of the new Kings County Brewer’s Collective. Tune in to hear the crew talk about Homebrew Alley VII, and…

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The Broken Odometer – “Readying For St. Patty’s Day Parade”

Olive Oyl, all streamlined 1,500 pounds of her, is back on the road after a detailing of her finer appendages by Coronadan Jerry “I Love to Shine Things” Tocci. We’re getting ready for next month’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade, IF they let us in. We were quite the scandal last…

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The Broken Odometer – “Spring Cleaning”

Nothing like a little pre-Spring cleaning. Olive Oyl is currently having all her brass, mirror mounts, spare tire wingnut, headlight rims and steering wheel reconditioned by Coronadan Jerry Toci. Just a little touch up. Olive was built in 1924 but is known as a “hybrid” because her truck bed is 1925…

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