Looking for something more portable than a blog post? Join Mark Richards and Pat Woodward as they tackle topics from the world of craft beer, often with expert guests who provide an insiders perspective on business and art of brewing.
Episode 1 – Talking Sour Beers with Fred Lee and Jonathan Carroll from Actual Brewing (December 2015).
Episode 2 – Branding: In this episode we sit down with Walt Keys from Land Grant Brewing to talk about branding and drink some Imperial Stouts (January 2016).
Episode 3 – High Gravity Beers: In this episode we talk high gravity beers with Jim Gokenbach and Jennie Koeper of Zaftig Brewing and Doug Oldham of the Columbus Craft Beer Alliance (February 2016).
Episode 4 – Hoof Hearted: Talking all things Hoof Hearted and counting down our favorite Van Halen songs with Trevor Williams from Hoof Hearted Brewing (March 2016).
Episode 5 – Commonhouse Ales: Lenny Kolada and Sam Hickey visit the studio to talk about the marriage of the old (Smokehouse) and the new (Commonhouse) and the upcoming Mini-Real Ale Festival (May 2016).
Episode 6 – Off Flavor Tasting and Kettle Sours: Talking kettle sours, off flavor tasting, and neighborhood breweries with Mike Byrne from Lineage Brewing (Sept 2016).
Episode 7 – Farmhouse Brewing: We make a road trip down to Athens to talk farmhouse ales, saisons, and sour beers with Sean White and Jimmy Stockwell from Little Fish Brewing (Oct 2016).
Episode 8 – The New Wave of British Heavy Metal Ales: In this episode we are joined by our friend Hans Gorsuch to drink some British Beers that Pat muled back from England, including beers inspired by Iron Maiden and Motorhead (March 2018).
Episode 9 – Angels and Demons: Hans joins us again as we hop across the English channel to drink Belgian Tripels and Golden Strongs. Join us for tales of Belgian ales, including the iconic duo of Duvel and Westmalle Tripel (July 2018).
Episode 10 – Baltic Porters: Set sail for the world of Baltic Porters when longtime homebrewer A.J. Zanyk visits the Pat’s Pints studio (January 2019).
Episode 11 – Ill Mannered: Tom Ayers from Ill Mannered Brewing in Powell joins us to talk about the challenges and rewards of running a neighborhood brewery. Our discussion touches on Australian Sparkling Ales, turning people onto Belgian styles, kviek yeast, and using Ohio-grown ingredients (March 2019).
Episode 12 – Orval: Hans Gorsuch and Chris Mercerhill join us to drink, discuss, celebrate one of the world’s singular beers, the Trappist masterpiece that is Orval. We also break open some Brett beers brewed on this side of the Atlantic from Logsdon Ales, Crooked Stave, Anchorage Brewing and one of Pat’s homebrews (April 2019).
Episode 13 – Oh Canada: Chris and Hans are back to share and discuss beers Chris’ mom muled down to Ohio from north of the border in this Bob and Doug Mackenzie approved episode (June 2019).
Episode 14 – Czech Pilsners and Prague: Hans, Mark and Pat take a journey to the original source of all pale lagers. In this travel inspired episode we encounter glasses of foam, tankovna pubs and seek out beer in the Czech capital (August 2019).
Episode 15 – Talking Pandemic Beer Blues with Dan Eaton: About two weeks into the Corona virus lock down our friend Dan Eaton joins us (virtually) to survey the Central Ohio brewing landscape in the time of pandemic (April 2020).
Episode 16 – American Sours and Wild Ales with Sean White Part 1: We welcome Sean White from Little Fish Brewing back to the podcast to discuss American sour beers and wild ales. In this first of a two part episode Sean discusses capturing yeasts from the wild, Brett beers and mixed fermentation saisons, oud bruins, Flemish reds, and what might be an entirely new style, farmhouse malt liquors (May 2020).
Episode 17 – American Sours and Wild Ales with Sean White Part 2: In part 2 of our exploration of American sours, Sean White shares his candid thoughts and experiences with spontaneous fermentation, the importance of aged hops in lambic-inspired beers, local ingredients and shares some tips for brewing sour beers at home (coming soon).