by peas_and_corn on 08-10-2008 at 11:32 pm
OZ Craftbrewer Radio
The self appointed Great Guru of the North (a.k.a Graham Sanders, the world's most egotistical brewer) and his mate the Cellerman (the real brains behind the outfit) waffle on for an hour or so every fortnight about craft beer, brewing and beer culture from a very Australian perspective. Podcast feed.
The Brewing Network
The brewing network is an internet radio channel that focuses on brewing, and other non-beer brewing such as ciders and wine. The network has been producing content for several years, and as such has now got a large back catalogue of podcasts to go through. The Network has four different shows, described on the site as such-
The Sunday Session
Each week the BN crew covers a homebrew and/or craft brew related topic in depth through guest interviews with beer industry professionals and celebrity homebrewers. With a fresh mix of fun and information, an eclectic cast of characters, and live interaction with listeners, The Session brings beer radio to life! Podcast feed.
The Jamil Show
The Jamil Show is the world's first radio program dedicated to brewing classic styles of beer. Each week award winning homebrewer and author Jamil Zainasheff, along with co-host Jon Plise, covers a specific beer style and how to brew it at home. From recipe design to fermentation techniques, The Jamil Show covers everything you need to know to brew classic styles.
Now that Jamil has completed coverage of all of the BJCP styles, the show has been reformated to "Can You Brew It" where Jamil, Tasty McDole and various guests attempt to clone popular commercial beers after extracting as much information out of the brewers as possible. The beers are blind tasted side by side with the original beer on the show, and the team will continue developing the recipe until the beer s cloned. Podcast feed.
Our newest production is set to outdo every program we have produced, as well as anything in the beer radio "infotainment" industry today. Brew Strong with Jamil Zainasheff and John Palmer combines the two most prominent authors and figures in homebrewing today in a live beer radio format that allows listeners to pose beginning and advanced brewing questions to expert hosts and guests from the Craft Beer industry. Designed as an amateur brewing geek's must-listen show, Brew Strong is your source for cutting edge beer and brewing information, answers to technical questions, as well as a guide to greater appreciation of all things beer. Podcast feed.
Another BN original, but this time with a complete disregard for anything good or decent. If you have absolutely nothing better to do with your time, join a gym and don't listen to this program full of useless information and good ol' fashion vulgarity. Really... go away! Podcast feed.
From their website - "With each podcast episode we bring you home brewing news, tips and lively discussion on all things home brewing. We regularly have industry experts as guests and present topics that advance your home brewing knowledge. Send us requests and suggestions with one of the contact methods listed on this page." Podcast feed.
Basic Brewing Radio
Basic Brewing is a podcast that is dedicated to help brewers improve the quality of their beer. Advocates of Basic Brewing advocate its quick and to the point style, as opposed to the podcasts on The Brewing Network, which have been accused of having a lot of off-topic banter. Podcast feed..
Basic Brewing also produces video episodes. Vidcast feed.
From their website "The Brewcast for those of us who brew our own damn beer! The older shows were just with Johnny Max and are dry and technical stuff and newer shows are much more CrAzY. The newer shows have the 5 of us the "Homebrew Crew" and we now have two types of shows. Every other show is about homebrewing and every other show is about commercial beers and on both we try to have interesting interviews.". Podcast Feed.
Craft Brew Cast - Warning - website may cause eyes to bleed
From their website - "I am often surprised when my fellow beer lovers are unaware of happenings in the brewing industry and have decided to do my part in spreading the Craft Beer culture with a podcast. I know the brewing community; brewers, owners, critics, connoisseurs, and of course beers. The theme is Current happenings in the brewing community, so how about calling these Brew Currents. I'll be featuring live interviews at festivals, and breweries, getting brewing news out to you, and let you know where the great brew events are happening. We'll be visiting master brewers and new breweries coming onto the scene. So grab a good beer and kick back, I'm taking you to a festival or two." Podcast feed.
Craft Beer Radio
From their website- "Craft Beer Radio is an Internet talk show about craft and micro brewed beers. The mission of the show is to spread the word of good beer. We introduce people to craft beer, and teach them about different beer styles, brewers who make them, and beer history. Whether you are new to craft beer or have been drinking it for more than 20 years we have something for you." Podcast feed.
From their website - "We're here to help you and your friends learn to like more that one kind of beer". Podcast feed.
From their site- "At Brew Bubbas, our mission is to provide you with the finest brewing experience possible so you can end up with the finest brew possible. Like you, we are homebrewers who have realized that "drinking beer is just half the fun!" Podcast feed.
You can also catch their ugly mugs on Video. Vidcast feed.