Beer O'Clock Show

Month: July 2017

Brasserie De La Senne

As this podblast is all about Belgium, Steve is nowhere to be seen.

Martin takes the helm, chatting to Yvan De Baets, the owner of Brasserie De La Senne.

 

Who’s Punking Who?

With thanks to Matt Curtis for the use of his image

Our latest podblast features deleted content from Hopinions 37 where we were discussing Burning Sky removing their beers from Brewdog bars with Pete McKerry.

It also features a chat with Matt Curtis, who first broke the story to get the background to the decision.

The original post can be viewed on Total Ales here 

Hopinions 37 “Influence”

This week we’re chatting with Pete McKerry about disclosure and influence. We’re also joined by Mark Johnson on the telephone to share his views on the subject.

Beers | Jester King/The Kernel ‘Biere de Saison’, Weihenstephaner ‘Hefeweissbier’ & Brewdog/Cloudwater NE IPA V2

Hopinions | Is what you drink influenced by beer reviews?

#PrizelessPrize | Finally, the great big box of nothing comes home and is in the hands of our very own Steve with this amazing piece of photographic excellence.

Links | Uppers & Downers coffee beer collab list | Brewgeekery, Pete’s website

Listener Survey | We’d really appreciate 10 minutes of your time to complete our listener survey. This will help us continue to tailor the podcast so that it’s exactly what you want to hear

 

We’re really grateful to Brewdog Shoreditch for helping us out with the space for recording this weeks show. Next time you’re in the area, make sure to pop in for a beer.

London Beer City

London Beer City runs from 3 – 13 August across the capital. In this podblast, Martin & Steve chat to Will Hawkes & Matt Curtis about what to expect this year.

View the full London Beer City schedule here and follow the updates on Twitter here

Hopinions 36 “Tapping Out”

This week we question some of the attitudes of CAMRA volunteers, get deep into the news and talk about whether taprooms will ever replace pubs.

Beers | Emmanuales ‘Sister Citra’, ‘Saint Centennial’ and ‘The Monastic Order of Mosaic’

Hopinions | Are Taprooms the new pub?

#PrizelessPrize | This stunning effort from Gammon Baron takes the big box of nothing back up north

Links | London Beer City Schedule | Manchester Beer Week Charity 

Listener Survey | We’d really appreciate 10 minutes of your time to complete our listener survey. This will help us continue to tailor the podcast so that it’s exactly what you want to hear

 

We were given these beers for free by Emmanuales but this hasn’t impacted on our thoughts of them. 

Hopinions 35 “Go To”

This week we’re out on the road again, recording from The Hoop & Grapes in Farringdon and we’re joined by guest John West from the I’ll Explain Later podcast.

Beers | Whitstable Bay ‘Pale’, Shepherd Neame ‘Brilliant Ale’, ‘India Pale Ale’ & ‘Double Stout’

Hopinions | Are ‘go to’ beers a part of your drinking regime?

#PrizelessPrize | The big box of nothing heads back to Essex and into the hands of PlymShaun

Links |  Check out the I’ll Explain Later podcast here | Martin’s original ‘Go To Beers’ post

Listener Survey | We’d really appreciate 10 minutes of your time to complete our listener survey. This will help us continue to tailor the podcast so that it’s exactly what you want to hear

 

Many thanks to John from Shepherd Neame and Mike from the Hoop & Grapes for providing the room for recording and the beers that we had for free. This didn’t impact on our views of the beers that we had.

MBW17 Manchester Beer Week

In the final Manchester Beer Week special, Steve is chatting to Connor & Jai, the masterminds behind the week.

Find out what they thought of the week and how their plans are shaping up for 2018.

MBW17 Summer Beer Thing

In the second Manchester Beer Week bonus episode, Steve chats to Becky from The Pilcrow Pub about the Summer Beer Thing festival.

MBW17 Galway Bay

In the first of three Manchester Beer Week specials, Steve talks to Will Avery from Galway Bay and Will France from Vertical Drinks.

We chat about the brewery, plans for the future and the introduction of Galway Bay beers to the UK market.

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