This latest instalment of the Irish Beer Snob podcast sees our dynamic duo reviewing 8 Degrees new beer - Nomad a feisty IPL while sharing some of the countries favourite Off Licences / Bottle Shops suggested by our listeners.
In this latest episode team Irish Beer Snob review Brehon Brewhouse's Summer Ale, and discuss their favourite watering holes in Ireland, and further afield. Also some updates on the Irish Beer Scene
Lots of contributions from Listeners, if you've more to add you can get in touch.
Next episode will focus on Bottle Shops, and reviewing another new Irish Craft Beer.
In this episode team Irish Beer Snob give a catch up on what they've been up to in recent weeks, and what they are looking forward to over the next couple of months.
In this the tenth episode of the Irish Beer Snob podcast - Janice and Wayne fondly remember their visit to the Brewdog AGM in Aberdeen on the weekend of the 6th of June.
They also share up to date news on the Irish Craft Beer scene - including a number of collaborations, award winning beers, and fielding questions from their listeners.
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Your intrepid Beer explorers Wayne & Janice return to give us the low down on the recent ABV Fest in Belfast, and Sheridan's Irish Food Festival in Carnaross, Co Meath.
In the episode we discuss our beery highlights from the festival and our swag from the Sheridan's Festival
In this episode of the Irish Beer Snob podcast, Janice and Wayne have a sup of the New Rye River Brewing Beers made exclusively for Dunne's Stores. Grafters is the name of the range, featuring presently a Pale Ale, and an IPA.
These are total new beers brewed from the ground up, and not re badges of the existing beers in the Rye River Portfolio.
We also chat about our brew day from 11th April where the Royal County Brewers brought down a bunch of homebrewers who were keen to brew in a Commercial Brewery and have a bit of craic as well.
And lastly - we have an interview with Tobias of To Ol from Denmark who we had the pleasure of meeting in Dublin this past week at a meet a brewer event organised by Four Corners in P Macs bar in Dublin 2.
Janice has assumed total control, In their second Episode of 2015 - the dynamic duo do a live tasting of 8 Degrees Brewing brand new pale Ale - Enigma - Made with an elusive Australian Hop, the first time it has been used in Ireland.
They also have a chat about the Irish Scene and upcoming events that they are looking foward to.
Also a special mention for our Beer O Clock Buddies on their milestone of reaching 100 episodes and a hint of our involvement in Season 6