In this episode we’re getting SMaSHed… That’s right, we’ll be drinking, talking, and learning about the SMaSH beer style.
A bonus 7 minutes from last week's 1WineDude episode. It's not often you get to hear about pairing insects with wine.
Joe Roberts is the creator of 1WineDude.com, and has been called one of the most influential people in the U.S. wine industry. His writing has appeared in Playboy.com, Parade, Answers.com, Palate Press, SOMM Journal, and The Guardian UK.
In this episode we’ll be talking about first grade wine lessons, panic in the wine bottle, and we’re recording on national beer day!
Bryan Roth has twice been recognized by the North American Guild of Beer Writers as a winner of their “best blog” award, contributes to All About Beer magazine and writes at this-is-why-I’m-drunk-dot-wordpress-dot-com.
In this episode we’ll be drinking, talking, and learning about Cabernet Franc.
Jeff Shaw is the founder of the undergroundcellar.com, a really exciting way to discover, store, and buy wine. When you buy bottles half of them get swapped out to better more expensive bottles. Plus free wine storage for 500 bottles.
In this episode we’ll be discussing; the most interesting retired man in the world, where to party like you’re st patrick, and, for us, it’s st patrick’s day?!
Douglas Trapasso is a blogger about all things wine related in the Chicagoland area and a member of the windy city blogger collective who you can generally find dropping knowledge in just about every wine chat on Twitter.
In this episode we’ll be discussing; “coffee, the ultimate medicine”, “arsenic stupidity, a year later”, and another awesome giveaway.
In this episode we'll be talking about #WorldPorterDay!
In this episode we’ll be discussing the strongest fish and chips ever, a mystery story, and we’re giving one of our listeners a sonic foamer, whether they want one or not.
In this episode we’ll be discussing your radioactive beer and wine, #DarkAndYummy, and somehow even we like drinking is gonna talk about Kanye and Kim.
Stephanie Davis's career in the wine business evolved from a prodigious love of wine and an entrepreneurial spirit. She is a Certified Wine Educator (CWE), Wine & Spirit Education Trust (WSET) Certified Advanced Level III, a French Wine Scholar (FWS), and Level 2 Certified Sommelier with the Court of Master Sommeliers. She's also the founder and owner of Albarello products, a wine educator, and wine personality on the wine two five podcast.
Steve Stowell is a Nationally Recognized Beer Judge and a Cicerone Certified Beer Server who's been homebrewing for the last 5 years. He recently retired after 20 years in the Army as a Special Forces Officer, and now wants to share the multitude of craft beer flavors with the people of Colorado Springs through the Triple S Brewery.
In this episode we’ll be discussing some favorite show moments, drinking bubbles , and we’re celebrating our anniversary. So crack open your beer, uncork that wine, and let’s get drinking.
Jane Nickles is the Director of Education and Certification for the Society of Wine Educators, in charge of all reference materials, teaching tools, and examinations provided by the Society. Most people will recognize her for her lively conference sessions and online SWEbinars that she continues to provide for SWE and other food, wine, and spirits conferences worldwide. You can find her through her blog The Bubbly Professor.
In this episode we’ll be discussing Beer spas, Taxing STD’s, and New Year’s Drinkolutions.
In this episode we’re drinking winter beers! So crack open your beer, uncork that wine, and let's get drinking!
In this episode we’ll be discussing Red wine D lines, resveratol loading, and someone’s winning stuff.
In this episode we’ll be discussing some AB BS, More AB BS, and UK Champagne.
In this episode we’ll be discussing Christmas drinking, big brother, and Jesus Juice.
In this episode we're drinking Malbecs!
In this episode we're drinking Syrah/Shiraz!
Ryan Hannigan is the Director of Liquid Intelligence at Focus on the Beer. As a homebrewer for over 10 years, he truly knows how to ruin a perfectly good beer. By letting the professionals do their part, he can focus on making the beer sound and look even better.