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.

You can also listen to the podcasts from i-Tunes (follow this link) and PodBean (follow this link).

Your hosts for a deep dive into the world of Ohio craft beer - Mark Richards (left) and Pat Woodward (right).
Your hosts for a deep dive into the world of Ohio craft beer – Mark Richards (left) and Pat Woodward (right).

Episode 1 – Talking Sour Beers with Fred Lee and Jonathan Carroll from Actual Brewing (December 2015).  (This podcast is no longer available).

Episode 2 – Talking branding and design with Walt Keys from Land Grant Brewing (January 2016)

Episode 3 – Talking 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 – Talking all things Hoof Hearted with Trevor Williams from Hoof Hearted Brewing (March 2016)

Episode 5 – Talking about Commonhouse Ales and Mini-Real Ale Festival with Lenny Kolada and Sam Hickey from Smokehouse Brewing/Commonhouse Ales (May 2016)

Episode 6 – Talking kettle sours, off flavor tasting, and neighborhood breweries with Mike Byrne from Lineage Brewing (Sept 2016)

Episode 7 – Talking farmhouse ales with Sean White and Jimmy Stockwell from Little Fish Brewing in Athens (Oct 2016).

Episode 8 – Mark and I are joined by Hans Gorsuch to drink some British Beers that I muled back from England, in an episode entitled The New Wave of British Metal Beers (March 2018).

Episode 9 – Hans joins us again as we hop across the English channel to drink Belgian Tripels and Golden Strongs.  Join us for tales of some of the most influential Belgian ales, including Duvel and Westmalle Tripel (July 2018).

Episode 10 – Set sail for the world of Baltic Porters with longtime homebrewer A.J. Zanyk (January 2019).

Episode 11 – Tom Ayers from Ill Mannered Brewing in Powell joins us to talk about the challenges and rewards of running a neighborhood brewery.  We discuss Australian Sparkling Ales, turning people onto Belgian styles, kviek yeast, and using Ohio-grown ingredients  (March 2019).