December 27, 2017
Merry Christmas!!! Here we are back for one more episode before the start of the new year. In this episode we sit down and talk with Derrick Hubenak, Owner of Dirty Jobs Brewing. We chat with Derrick about opeing the brewery in the middle of downtown Mansfield, a variety if their many beers and just the possitive support and feedback that they've reveived from the surrounding community. So as always, grab a cold one, hit the play botton and we will see you all in 2018!
Brewery website: https://www.dirtyjobbrewing.com/
November 1, 2017
This time Leroy and I are sitting down to talk with Ryan Deyo and Mike Goldfuss, Co-founders of The Collective Brewing Project. This was our first time chatting with one of the Fort Worth breweries and it was a fun one. We talk with Ryan and Mike about some of the interesting funky and sour beers they brew such as the Papaya and Tropic Thunder Green Tea Saisons. We also get into their history of opening Collective and learn about The Collective Bottle Project, their bottle club (which they still have memberships available). So as always, grab a cold one, hit the play button and enjoy!
P.S. This coming Saturday, November 4th is Collective's 3 year anniversary, so If you're free, you should head out there for the festivities!!!
October 20, 2017
We're back this week talking with Gavin Secchi, Founder, and Rodrigo De La Roca, DFW Sales Manager of 3 Nations Brewery. We had a really good chat with both of them about their journey's into the world of craft beer, the brewery talking over the spot where Grapevine Craft Brewery once was and just being in the middle of Farmers Branch and the community around them. So grab a cold one, hit the play button, and enjoy!
September 28, 2017
We're back with our second road-trip podcast. This time we're talking with Cory Mathews, owner of Lazy Beach Brewing down in Corpus Christi. We talk with him about his starting the brewery in a vacation based city such as Corpus and how he started and hosted the first Corpus Christi Beer Festival this past March. So sit back, crack open a cold one open and enjoy. (P.S. To let everyone know, we recorded this episode about a week and a half before Harvey hit both Corpus and Port Aransas. Lazy Beach, was not affected by the storm, but as everyone else knows, that was not the same for the rest of the surrounding areas. Lazy Beach has gone out of its way to both help and raise support for the relief and cleanup efforts down there.
(P.S. We recorded this episode about a week and a half before Harvey hit both Corpus and Port Aransas. Lazy Beach, was not affected by the storm, but everyone else knows that was not the same for the rest of the surrounding areas. Lazy Beach has gone out of its way to both help and raise support for the relief and cleanup efforts down there in the local communities. If you get the chance and haven't already, please help and donate to any of the groups that are working to help all of the areas affected by such storms such as Harvey and Imra. Thanks!)
September 13, 2017
Leroy and I made a road trip down to Port Aransas with our buddy James and decided to record a few episodes while on the trip. Our first recording was with New Braunfels Brewing Company. We sat down with Kelly Meyer, owner, and Nathan Rice, the head brewer. We discussed different topics such as their love for beer, opening a brewery in a very tourist centric city such as New Braunsfel and how they deal with being a brewery that has a very central focus: Wheat and Sour Beers. If you get the chance to check them out, you really should. With that said, go crack one open, put your earbuds in and have a listen!
August 5, 2017
It's been a while. Once again I have to apologize for another hiatus, but sometimes real life just gets in the way of everything, like it did for Leroy and I. We are back though this time, with the interview we recordered with Greg McCarthy, one of the owners of Legal Draft Brewery in Arlington, Tx. back in June. We get in to some interesting topics such as going from being lawyer to brewery owner, residing in one of Arlington's old car dealerships, and the comparison between Legal Draft and Division, Arlington's other brewery. So kick back, crack a cool one open, and enjoy!
P.S. We're about to head out on a road-trip and will be doing a podcast or two while on the road. Be sure to check the FB page (which will now be updated for sure) and the twitter page for info on how to get us questions for the interviews if you have them.
May 16, 2017
Hey Gang, were back and this week Leroy and I sit down with the three owners of the new Brewpub, TKO Libations, opening up in Castle Hills in the next month or two. We talk with Cory Kuchinsky - CFO, Ty Sefton - Operations/Brewer and Kam Maude - Head Brewmaster. We talk about how they came together over their love for home brewering and the journey they've been on since deciding to go into buisness for themselves. Also be sure to check out their website and all of their social media to keep tabs on news for their grand opening and also their kickstarter. So hit the download button, crack one open and enjoy!!!
May 1, 2017
Hey Gang, we're back with another episode of Retro Brew. We sit down to play Journey to Silius for the NES while drinking A Holy-Le-Chit from Cobra Brewing. Journey to Silius was released by Sunsoft, which was known for releasing games with really awesome soundtracks which we touch upon in this episode. So sit back, crack one open and enjoy!
April 6, 2017
Hey Gang, sorry for the long hiatus, but we're finally back with our first episode for 2017. In this episode, Leory and I hang with of The Brew Bloods Podcast. We sit down first with them to talk about beer and their history in podccasting and then switch gears on their podcast to talking about and rating Am I Right or Amarillo IPA from Bell's Brewery. So sit on back, crack a cold one open and enjoy!
December 20, 2016
Hey gang, this week Leroy and I sit down with Noah Magryta, the north Texas sales rep for Avery Brewery. We get a slight outside perspective of the north Texas beer scene from someone who now works for one of Colarado's bigggest craft berweries. Noah talks to us about the differences between the Texas and Colarodo beer scenes and even his time working for Rahr & Sons. So sit back, crack one open and enjoy!