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Join us for interviews and discussion with some of the best independent brewers. Every week(ish) our roundtables bring 3 brewers together to taste each others beers and discuss brewing, beer and more. The chats are unplanned and use the beers as a jumping point for conversation. Brewers from 18 countries including Ireland, UK, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Poland, Malta, Germany, Belgium, Netherlands, Finland , Romania, Portugal, Greece, Cyprus, France, Spain and more have already taken part. ...
 
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Barrels have taken an important place in brewing. Whether it's barrel-ageing stouts or fermenting wild ales, they are used to add different flavours to dark beers and to keep yeast for wild ones. But how exactly do brewers use the barrels? Where do they get them? What's the lifecycle of a barrel? To discuss this we have an expert panel... ASC Barre…
 
This week we have 3 exciting brewers from Denmark, Finland, and Portugal to chat about their experiences in beer and brewing. AleFarm are the first brewery to join us from Denmark. They're a family run brewery making clean, barrel-aged, and mixed fermentation beers. Cerveja Lince are based in Lisbon where they combine a brewery and taproom. They do…
 
Join the founders of three exciting microbreweries who are all focused on their very unique local beer markets Fjord & Fjell are our 1st Swiss guests. Founded by a Norwegian they are in a very unique beer market, brewing for their own local area. Diaz Brewing launched 1 year into the pandemic in the heart of Beglium's competitive and conservative b…
 
African influence on commercial craft brewing has been small. But that is starting to change, right now among brewers of African heritage but possibly soon among the wider craft world. This episode, organised by The Chicago Brewseum brings together a panel to discuss the influence of African brewing and culture and its potential amongst American br…
 
Commercial brewing in Africa has been dominated by large multinationals for a variety of reasons. While homebrewing has existed and been popular it is only in the last few years that a commercial scene has started to grow. In this session I was joined by the founders of 3 of the leading African craft breweries for a chat about their experiences and…
 
The first of 3 episodes produced in association with The Chicago Brewseum, we have something very special as we look at traditional brewing in Africa including its cultural position, the techniques and ingredients used, how it's changed and lots more. The traditional beers and the way they are brewed are very different from the modern scientific br…
 
Yeast is arguably the most important and least controllable part of brewing. While commercially available isolated strains attempt to give some control to the brewer there is a whole alternative that works with less controlled cultures. Making cider faces the same decisions and challenges but with less tradition of working in this area. To discuss …
 
This week I had joining me three excellent and relatively new breweries. Art Is An Ale is the first French brewery to join the roundtables. Based in the Loire valley they operate a brewery and pub that started in 2019. They have a tourist and local market and are trying to divide production of beers betwen these two and what they want to brew thems…
 
This week we're joined by 3 brewers with very different experiences for an epic chat that went way over schedule. Simian Ales is a microbrewery based in Munich who brew a mix of modern and traditional beer styles Lupum Wild Beer is Portugals first farmhouse brewery, located on the farm of the Lopes family near Porto De Lütte from Salzhausen just ou…
 
This week we have two great brewers who have built very strong reputations in a short time. Basqueland was founded in 2016 to brew beers as good as the Basque cuisine. They've gone from strength to strength and have developed a very strong reputation for both their core range and their more experimental beers. Hopfully was founded in Ireland in 201…
 
To mark International Gruit Day on February 1 we hosted a very special chat with three experts in both the history and brewing of this traditional low-hop beer style. Dr. Markus Fohr is the organiser of International Gruit Day, head of Lahnsteiner Brauerei, German Champion of Beer Sommeliers, and specialist in Gruit Beer. Stoycho Pampov is the foun…
 
Another chat with 3 brewers from Spain, Netherlands, and Croatia... Varionica were pioneers in the Croatian Craft Beer scene and have gone from strength to strength. El Camino/CantaBrew from Cantabria in Northern Spain brew the El Camino brand of beers. Crooked Spider from the Netherlands was founded in 2014 and moved into a new brewery in Wassenaa…
 
This week we welcomed brewers from Ireland, Spain, and Belgium for a chat about the beer scene in their countries, their experiences and more. St. Mels was founded in Ireland in 2014 and rapidly gained a reputation for quality beers in both the core and specials range. OSO from Madrid are a gypsy brewery founded in 2018 by experienced brewers. They…
 
For a chat about Raw Ales and Farmhouse Brewing we brought together Butchers Tears from The Netherlands, DOK Brewing from Belgium, and Lars Marius Garshol from Norway. Lars has spent 10 years researching and investigating traditional farmhouse techniques and is the author of the definitive book on the subject. He's also the man who brought kviek to…
 
This week we had a chat with Margaret from A.M.O in Portugal and Cathal from Rascals in Ireland. Both began as homebrewers and now run breweries that have very strong taprooms. Originally from Canada, where she started her interest in home brewing, Margaret moved to Portugal about 10 years ago and her continuing interest in brewing led her to start…
 
This week we had Janis and Robert from Kürish in Latvia joining Miro from Croatia's Nova Runda for a chat that covered beer styles, a discussion of Gypsy Brewing versus owning your own equipment, a walkthrough of how Kürish started their brewing (with pictures of the set-up), the obligatory cans v bottles chat, the effect of COVID on craft brewing,…
 
Join us for a chat about all things beer and brewing with guest brewers from Ireland, Spain, and Norway/Greece/Czech Republic! During this chat with some very experienced brewers we discussed the beer scene in the different countries, how it's changed, the influence of Untappd, the place for traditional techniques such as decoction, the difficulty …
 
This week we focus on the wonderful topic of stout with Mean Sardine from Portugal and Maltgarden from Poland. We chatted about different stout types, the differences between the markets and of course tried a few for ourselves. Great chat that you'll enjoy. This Weeks Guests: Mean Sardine Maltgarden -------------------------- Looking for a brewery …
 
In this weeks episode we get three home brewers who tuned commercial together for a chat. It turned into a discussion of markets, how to get started, beer style, and details on brewing specific beers. All in a fun hour. This Weeks Guests Maltgarden from Poland Pühaste from Estonia Skinny Bones from Germany -------------------------- Looking for a b…
 
This week we had a chat about brewing with a local focus with Huskie Craft Beer from Malta, Higgins Ale Works from Munich, and Kappse Brewers from Rotterdam. These are brewers at different stages of their journey but each is focused very much on their local city and this informs the beers they brew. It was another interesting chat you'll enjoy. Thi…
 
Joining our chat this week were Ireland's Land and Labour along with Nevel Wild Ales, and Butchers Tears from The Netherlands. Our chat took place just days after Nevel Wild Ales were crowned as having the best beer in The Netherlands.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/beoirfest/messageOleh BeoirFest
 
Join Bereta from Romania, Arpus from Latvia, and Hopfully from Ireland for a chat full of craic and laughs. These are three great brewers with huge reputations, but most importantly they're full of chat.As usual you can also catch the videos on the website if you prefer. And if you want to join us live simply register free at Beoirfest.com--- Send …
 
This session we tried to focus on how to capture a sense of place in beer. Taking part were Hof Ten Dormaal from Belgium and Ballykilcavan from Ireland. As usual you can also catch the videos on the website if you prefer. And if you want to join us live simply register free at Beoirfest.com--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/beoirfest/me…
 
This week sees the first venture out of Ireland with the participation of Francois from Peak Beer in Belgium. Joining Francois were Dave from Dundalk/Brewmaster and Jonny from Trouble in Dublin, making a welcome return.We covered different beers styles, the place of non-alcoholic beers, the old bottle versus can debate and much more.Enjoy listening…
 
Our guests this week ranged from the north of Ireland to the south in a very relaxed and fun conversation. We had Bullhouse Brewing from Belfast, Lineman from Dublin, and Killarney from the very south.We also had audience interaction and just some great craic.Enjoy listening, and if you want to join in live for future sessions you can do so free at…
 
As a change this week we turned our attention to Cider, with 3 of Irelands leading Cider Makers.A fun, wide-ranging chat ensued that included technical aspects like the definition of cider and the importance of yeast but also wandered wide and far.Enjoy listening, and if you want to join in live for future sessions you can do so free at BeoirFest.c…
 
Join 3 Dublin brewers this week for a chat about attracting the general public to craft beer as well as the more commercial side of craft brewing.Enjoy listening, and if you want to join in live for future sessions you can do so free at BeoirFest.com--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/beoirfest/message…
 
Join 3 of Irelands leading brewers for a chat about Hops and their place in modern brewing (with a diversion to also include mangoes and a rant about Untappd).This week we had Blacks of Kinsale, Wicklow Brewing Company, and Hopfully with a visit from former Galway Bay headbrewer Will Avery.Enjoy listening, and if you want to join in live for future…
 
Join the brewers from Black Donkey, Canvas, and The White Hag for a discussion about yeast, sours, the place for local beer, and a rant against Prosecco! Moss from Canvas even stopped mid-plough to join us.Enjoy listening, and if you want to join in live (and free) just visit BeoirFest.com--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/beoirfest/mes…
 
True Or False? Yanaroddy is brewed with coconuts that wash up on the Donegal coast. Just one of the many questions answered in this chat about stout and porter with 3 of Irelands longest established breweries; Trouble, Dungarvan, and Kinnegar.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/beoirfest/message…
 
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