John and Dave talk about some new additions to Walt Disney World, like Pandora: The World of Avatar and the Happily Ever After Nighttime Spectacular that has replaced Wishes. Then they move on to the brews – Founders Dirty Bastard Wee Heavy and Blipz and Chitz from Voodoo Brewing in PA.
DisTalk Radio’s Weekly Pint Podcast – Episode 23 – New England IPAs with Tim Gearin (Part 2-The Breweries)
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John, Dave, and special Guest Tim Gearin touch on a whole bunch of breweries that are producing New England IPAs. A (semi) complete list, in no particular order, of the breweries discussed:
The Brew Gentlemen
Other Half Brewing
Tired Hands Brewing
The Veil Brewing (The Richmond One)
Aslin (Herndon, VA)
This week, we’re delving into the topic of New England Style IPAs with our FIRST special guest, Tim Gearin. The New England native gave us a rundown of the style, and incited jealously with his proximity to some of the best breweries in the country. Then, Tim, John and I sampled some of Trillium Brewing‘s finest: A Street, Congress Street, and Melcher Street IPAs, along with their Vicinity Double IPA.
Programming Note: This conversation went LOOOOOOOONG! We’ll be breaking it up over the next several weeks, so stay tuned!
Again, a special thanks to Tim for joining us!
The guys then run the train right off the rails and talk about the “Bloat Factor” in full flavor American Lagers vs. their Light counterparts. Just a heads up – Dave gets a bit pretentious and Beer Snobby!
Today we come to you ON LOCATION from the new Epcot Festival of the Arts, where we follow John as he walks around World Showcase and discusses the first day of the Festival. We eventually get into some beer talk, looking at three nitro beers – Breckenridge Nitro Vanilla Porter, Young’s Double Chocolate Stout, and Florida’s own Three Daughters Strawberry Blonde. John also teases us with a La Fin du Monde, and Dave tries a Sierra Nevada Beer Camp colabo-brew Table Beer while staring at snow from his Pennsylvanian abode.
Fun fact: we go long!