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Episode 79 – Summer Special – Magic Stone Dog

It’s our summer special! Now an annual feature (funny that), and this week with have a double-helping of summer goodness – not only do we review the Magic Rock / Stone Brew Co / Brewdog collaboration ‘Magic Stone Dog’, but we also have the sunny presence of Ian from a funny little place called Ireland and the 11PM Somewhere podcast!

PLUS a special heaping helping of audio from Steve’s recent visit to Brewdog HQ* including an exclusive interview with the founders, James Watt and Martin Dickie.

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*This trip was enitrely funded by the guys at Brewdog for which we are grateful. A number of beer writers, bloggers, vloggers and podcasters were invited up to Aberdeen for the weekend – here’s a handy guide to other reviews currently available following this trip, just click on the links to go straight to the media.

Hopzine (video)

The Beer Cast (live blog from the day)

The Irish Beer Snob (podcast)

Diary of a Beer Girl (blog)

The Beer Diary (blog)

 

Episode 78 – Good King Henry Special Reserve 2011

It’s the end of Season 4, and with great sorrow… we open what can only be described as a very special beer indeed. This week we tuck into Old Chimneys ‘Good King Henry Special Reserve 2011’, the highest rated beer on RateBeer.com and one that makes many a beer geek sweat.

In the news is Britain Beer Day, Thornbridge’s Summer Tour and Brewdog’s latest bar (of course!). There’s also the final Instagram #PrizelessPrize of the season and an immense season-end roundup with clips from our trip to the Great British Beer Festival!

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Episode 77 – Orval

This week is every craft wanker’s dream beer (apparently), Orval.

Joining us is the BEER OVERLORD from The Swan pub in Stratford St Mary (in Essex/Suffolky way), who gives us some insight into the beer and joins us for plenty more beery chatter.

Plus, Steve delivers the most self-indulgent news section ever including an interview with organisers of the Witham Beer Festival.

All this plus the Instgram of the week and news about season 5.

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Episode 76 – Bishops Finger

A return to days of olde, with a supermarket staple this week – Shepherd Neame’s Bishops Finger.

We’re joined by beer blogger and all-round good bloke, Glenn Johnson.

We look forward to the GBBF and Steve champions the cause of his local beer festival. Plus we chat to Ian from 11pm Somewhere podcast about the forthcoming Lock In supported by Thornbridge.

No #PrizelessPrize this week due to holidays but keep the entries coming on Instagram with #CheersGuys .

Also, the usual beery news and chatter – it’s beer o’clock!

Episode 75 – 01/01 Saison Citra

Fancy beer time! This week it’s Brew By Number’s 01/01 Saison Citra, and to discuss the style is someone who loves it – our old friend, Emma from Crema Brewery.

In the news there’s more from (yawn) Brewdog and we look forward to London Beer City with an interview with creator and coordinator Will Hawkes.

The #PrizelessPrize is taken to a new level by this weeks winner, all this and our usual beer news and chatter – it’s beer o’clock!

Episode 74 – Orach Slie and 2nd Birthday Special!

It’s the Beer O’Clock Show’s second birthday, and what a beer to celebrate with – Harvistoun’s Orach Slie. See what the lads think of a beer they’ve been holding on to for months just for this show.

Also, birthday messages akimbo, the release of the GBBF beer list and the #PrizlessPrize Instagram of the week!

Thanks to everyone for their support over the last two years – here’s to a couple more, eh?

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Episode 73 – Beavertown Special

This week we’re lucky to not only have 5 – FIVEBeavertown Brewery beers to try (in cans, no less!), we were also joined by #SomeRandomBlokeOffTwitter and esteemed beer blogger, Justin Mason.

Also, an interview with Beavertown founder and brewer Logan Plant and Justin talks about his new project Beer East Anglia.

Plus a look back at the recent Ales By Mail US tasting event and in the news Seven Bro7hers, Mark’s new Twitter feed and more on the London Beer City schedule.

Instagram of the week is a real battle this week, and don’t forget you can enter yours using #CheersGuys

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Episode 72 – Hogstar Lager and Montezuma’s Chocolate Lager

This week we’re joined by David Patterson from Hogs Back Brewery to sample their two lagers: Hogstar Craft Lager and their Montezuma’s Chocolate Lager. No, seriously!

What do the lads think? Listen and find out.

There’s also a chance to win a mixed crate of the beers, just answer the question posed in the show before 6pm on 25 July.

All this and the usual beery chatter and news featuring London Beer City and Craft Beer Calling. Plus the ‘prizeless prize’ Instagram of the Week! It’s Beer O’Clock!

Episode 71 – Anchor Steam Beer

As a little treat for the Fourth of July, we have a review of an American beer we’ve been meaning to review for, well, forever. It’s the Anchor Steam Beer from Anchor Brewing in San Francisco – does it live up to our hopes and dreams? Listen and see!

In this weeks news we talk about Brewdog’s Development Fund and Steve recommends a book!

Plus! A big announcement! Oh my!

And more beery news and chatter than you could hope for – it’s Beer O’Clock!

Episode 70 – Pumphouse Pale Ale

The latest in our Breweries of London series, with a Sambrook’s Brewery beer from South London – it’s the Pumphouse Pale Ale. We also have an interview with the head brewer for Sambrook’s, so be sure to stay to the end!

This week’s news includes Craft Rebellion and British Guild of Beer Writers Awards.

Make sure to check out the Instagram of the week and Steve’s Pilsner Urquell pouring skills…

This plus our usual beery chatter and news – it’s Beer O’Clock!

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