Our 50th episode! In this golden podcast, we review some fantastic craft beers from North Carolina including Paloma Gose from Sycamore Brewing (Charlotte, NC), Hounds of Helles Munich-Style Lager from Boojum Brewing Waynesville, NC) and Pinky Ring Bling Hazy IPA from Southern Range Brewing (Monroe, NC). We also talk botched beer buys, space selfies, rapper names, and more!
In this episode we take a departure from the norm and broaden our horizons with an alcohol-infused Cafe Latte and Chai Tea Latte from Newground. We also take a look at Plunge Pool Peach Wheat Ale from Blowing Rock Brewing all while under quarantine! It’s the new normal folks!
You asked for it so here it is! In this episode we give thanks to the green goddess of hops who flavors one of our favorite styles of beer… the beloved IPA! We explore different styles of IPA’s found throughout this great land and sample three beers from our home state of North Carolina. Beers in this episode: Pojo from Primal Brewery (Huntersville, NC), Tropical Lightning from Wilmington Brewing (Wilmington, NC), and Radio Haze from NoDa Brewing (Charlotte, NC).
“C’mon White People” is back! And we discuss the possibility of getting together for a date at the grocery store. Don’t let a thin thing get in the way of listening to this episode!
Get yourself some culture! In this episode we’re reviewing craft beers from the mountains to the Piedmont to the coast of North Carolina: Satan Rimmed Glasses Hoppy Keller Pilsner from Dssolvr Brewing (Asheville, NC); Hey Zay NEIPA from Salty Turtle Beer Co. (Surf City, NC); and Neopolitan Milk Stout from Southern Range Brewing (Monroe, NC). We also discuss road trip plans to visit the new Charlotte Beer Garden with over 400 beers on tap. Let’s just say we’re looking to be “whelmed” at this opportunity. Matt rolls his beer, Luke gives us a lesson in all things yogurt, Josh provides some international drunkenness stats, and we all share in our usual fun and antics. Listen now and you’ll be much cooler than you were before!
Thank you, Gilde! We received a delightful present in the form of swag and four terrific beers from Gilde Beer, a German brewery founded in 1546. Gilde is slated to open an “embassy brewery” in the US, right here in the Charlotte, NC area. We review Gilde’s Kellerbier, Pale Wheat, Urbock and Pilsner—and we must say Danke Schoen because they were all fantastic! We also discuss the legalities of using beer as your emotional support animal—what?!? All this and more on this episode of 3 Beers Down. Prost!