In yet another episode without a proper guest Mark, Hans, and Pat take a deep dive into the world of Trappist Tripels and Belgian Golden Strongs. They start with the progenitors of the two closely related styles, Westmalle Tripel and Duvel. Having paid homage to these trailblazing examples, they look at the way Italians treat... Continue Reading →
After more than a year in hibernation the Pat's Pints Podcast returns with an episode devoted to British Ales with a focus on beers with heavy metal themes, including Camerons Motorhead-inspired Road Crew and Robinsons Iron Maiden themed beers. Mark and I are joined by longtime friend Hans Gorsuch for an extended discussion of bitters,... Continue Reading →
For the first time the Pat’s Pints Podcast goes on the road as Mark and I head down to Athens to hang out with Sean White and Jimmy Stockwell of Little Fish Brewing. Our wide ranging conversation touches on various aspects of the Little Fish story and brewing farmhouse ales—saison yeast, brett, barrel aging, paw paw beers, turning a... Continue Reading →
The Pat’s Pints Podcast is back from summer vacation. This month we sit down with Mike Byrne from Lineage Brewing and talk neighborhood breweries, kettle sours and off flavor tasting. Mike shares his approach to making the tasty kettle sours featured at Lineage and we sample some Blushing Bernice, their raspberry Berliner Weisse. We also delve into tasting... Continue Reading →
After missing a month the Pat's Pints Podcast is back just in time for Columbus Craft Beer Week. This month we sit down with Lenny Kolada and Sam Hickey from Smokehouse Brewing and learn about their new venture, Commonhouse Ales. We sample two beers in the Commonhouse Ale lineup and preview the upcoming mini Real Ale... Continue Reading →
This month we discuss hoppy beers, Hoof Hearted's new brewpub, can release parties, and Van Halen with Trevor Williams from Hoof Hearted Brewing.
In this podcast we talk high gravity beers with Jim and Jennie from Zaftig and Doug Oldham from the Columbus Craft Beer Alliance.
In the inaugural podcast we talk sour beers with Fred Lee (Founder, President and Elder Beerman) and Jonathan Carroll (CEO, Brewer) at Actual Brewing. We preview the two new sours that Actual is releasing on December 5 (Tenacity and Leviton), get into Brett beers, talk Ohio sandstone fermenters at Actual, share Chili recipes, and divulge our lists of underrated Central Ohio beers.