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Every Tuesday at 5:00 PM EST, New York City publican Jimmy Carbone plays host to an audio ale salon celebrating the world of craft beer. Through discussions with beer industry insiders and knowledgeable beer fans from across the country, Jimmy and his friends explore every aspect of the brewer's craft from grains to pint glass and tasting to toasting. Beer Sessions Radio is sponsored by GreatBrewers.com, your online source for craft beer information, and supported by The Good Beer Seal, an association of independently owned and operated bars in New York City that serve, promote and support good craft beer.

Latest Episodes

Episode 499: There's No Brew Like Homebrew

This week, Jimmy talks homebrewing with Jeff Lyons of Keg & Lantern Brewing, Brett Taylor of Wild East Brewing, and John Lapolla of Bitter and Esters. Hear their thoughts on what makes the homebrewing scene in New York City different, how homebrew shops have changed over time, and the best way to talk to a homebrewer when you don't like their beer. Beer List: Keg & Lantern's The Other Way of Stopping Keg & Lantern's Saphir Pils Hornindal Citra Homebrewing, Jeff Lyons, Brett Taylor, John Lapolla, Bitter and Esters, Wild East Brewing, Keg & Lantern, The Other Way of Stopping, Saphir Pils, Hornindal Citra, Jimmy Carbone, Beer Sessions Radio Beer Sessions Radio is powered by Simplecast.

50 MIN3 days ago
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Episode 499: There's No Brew Like Homebrew

Episode 498: Made in Mexico

On the heels of the tenth annual Pig Island Festival, Jimmy sits down with chefs Danny Mena of La Lonchería and Cenobio Canalizo of Morgan’s Brooklyn Barbecue, and spirits importer Arik Torren of Fidencio Mezcal. They talk about what inspired their Pig Island dishes, Danny’s new book, Made in Mexico: The Cookbook, the challenges of importing authentic Mexican ingredients, the unique subtleties of Mexico City’s cuisine unique among Mexican food, and how different agave varietals and different regional origins create unique mezcal flavors.

50 MIN1 weeks ago
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Episode 498: Made in Mexico

Episode 497: Trekking the LIC Trail

Long Island City is home to six breweries, all in a two-mile radius. Five of them joined Jimmy in the studio: Kaitlyn Acosta of LIC Beer Project, Pat Fondiller of Alewife Brewing, Mark Hirst of Big aLICe Brewing, Laszlo Fodor of ICONYC, and Matt Archambault of Fifth Hammer Brewing and the Emmy Award-winning TV series Brewed in New York. They shout out their fellow LIC brewery, Rockaway Brewing Company, talk about local yeast strains, and take Jimmy on a virtual tour of the trail, including tips on where to eat—and bowl—along the way. Beer List: Fifth Hammer’s Sonic Architecture IPA Big aLICE’s Brunch Crusher Tangerine Pineapple Sour ICONYC’s Cucumber Saison Alewife’s Dimensional Observer #2 IPA Alewife’s Alien Technology, Russian Imperial Stout LIC Beer Project’s Back Back to Cali IPA LIC Beer Project’s Radiant Peach Vanilla Sour

50 MIN2 weeks ago
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Episode 497: Trekking the LIC Trail

Episode 496: The Seed to Sip Supply Chain

Sara Hagerty of Origin Malt in Columbus, Ohio and Ivan Dedek of LIC Beer Project join Jimmy to talk about the annual Beers With(out) Beards event, LIC Beer Project’s American craft lager made with Origin’s two-row barley malt, how specialty crops like barley can revive agricultural communities, and why they predict that beer lovers will one day say “I can’t wait for Marden season!”

43 MIN3 weeks ago
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Episode 496: The Seed to Sip Supply Chain

Episode 495: Farm-to-Maltster Brewing

The day after the 9th Annual NYC Brewers Choice, a.k.a. the Slow Grains edition, Jimmy sat down with some of the Northeast’s leaders in the regional grain market. Maltster Andrea Stanley of Valley Malt, June Russell of GrowNYC Grains, Barry Labendz of working-farm brewery Kent Falls, and Evan Watson of Plan Bee Farm Brewery tell the backstory on reviving regional grains in the Northeast with malt and beer, their work getting regional malt into New York City-area breweries, and the power of integrating grains into our understanding of a local food system. Beer List: Kent Falls Brewing’s The Hollow, Pilsner made with Endeavor barley from Valley Malt

43 MIN3 weeks ago
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Episode 495: Farm-to-Maltster Brewing

Episode 494: Not My Presidente

Jimmy’s got a full studio, with seven guests from across New York City’s craft beer scene: Mickey Alexander of Taproom 307, Kaitlyn LeLoup of Interboro, Chris Maestro of Bier Wax, Alex Munoz of Harlem Hops, Matt Negron of Uptown Beer Society, Juan Perez of Bar 180 and Bar 177, and Joel Suarez of The Sampler. They talk with Jimmy about Not My Pres, the third in their Pres series collaboration, which brings the flavors of popular beers like Presidente and Dos Equis to local craft beer. They talk about how they started collaborating to make beer celebrating the flavors of popular Carribbean beers, working with bars and businesses owned and run by people of color, the value of good beer bars and shops, and reclaiming fruits like guava, chinola, and tamarind.

51 MINAUG 21
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Episode 494: Not My Presidente

Episode 493: Kennedy ist ein Berliner [Weisse]!

Joel Shelton of Shelton Brothers Imports, Pete Lengyel of KCBC brewing, and brewer Ulrike Genz of Berlin’s Brauerei Schneeeule (Snowy Owl Brewery) join Jimmy to compare notes. Tune in to hear their conversation about American versus German beers, kettle versus slow sours, ugly fruit versus fruit puree, and Ulrike’s work reviving traditional 200-year-old methods for making Berliner Weißes or, as Napoleon called it, “the champagne of the north.” Beer List: Brauerei Schneeeule’s Kennedy Brauerei Schneeeule’s Irmgard Brauerei Schneeeule’s Yasmin Brauerei Schneeeule’s Marlene

58 MINAUG 14
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Episode 493: Kennedy ist ein Berliner [Weisse]!

Episode 492: Designing the 16 Oz. Canvas

This week, Jimmy turns from the art of brewing to the art of...art. He’s joined by author and writer Joshua M. Bernstein, AJ Keirans of the 16 Oz. Canvas podcast, and graphic designers Earl Holloway of KCBC and Daniel Birch of Barrier and Alewife Brewing. They talk about the expanding market for beer label art, the difference between designing for 750 ml bottles and for cans, their artistic inspirations, Easter eggs hidden in beer can art, and Can Jam. Beer List: KCBC’s Purgatorio Pilsner KCBC’s Strap Lite Lime Lager KCBC’s Strap Lite Lager KCBC’s Superhero Sidekicks IPA KCBC’s Penguins in Paradise Session IPA

52 MINAUG 7
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Episode 492: Designing the 16 Oz. Canvas

Episode 491: Torch, Crown and Court

This week, Jimmy checks in with two of New York’s new breweries. Co-founder John Dantzler and sales director Keith Sansone of Torch & Crown Brewing Company join Jimmy to talk about how they got started. John explains how he and his co-founder went from childhood friends to homebrewers to business partners, their flagship beers, and learning the skills (chemistry know-how, business savvy) they needed to succeed. They’re also joined by Cortlandt Toczylowski, owner and head brewer of King’s Court Brewing Company, who tells the story of serendipitously discovering his brewery site in Poughkeepsie. Beer List: Torch and Crown’s Slightly Sour Torch and Crown’s Almost Famous IPA Torch and Crown’s Sub Rosa Lager Torch and Crown’s Intersect: Simcoe + Idaho 7, Session IPA It's HRN's annual summer fund drive, this is when we turn to our listeners and ask that you make a donation to help ensure a bright future for food radio. Help us keep broadcasting the most thought provoking, entertain...

50 MINJUL 31
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Episode 491: Torch, Crown and Court

Episode 490: Tapping the Beer Data

This week, Jimmy crunches the numbers with Ted Kenny of Top Hops, Gage Siegel of Beer Menus and Nonsequitur Brewing Project, David Steinman of Craft Brew News, and Ethan Siegler, author of a recent study on Los Angeles beer consumer choice. They talk about what kind of beer data they’re interested in, the dominance of the “hazy IPA,” the geographic differences in craft beer offerings, highlights from Ethan’s thesis study, and what exactly the “mobility gap” is. Beer List: Flora’s Tiki, Pineapple Wine Spritzer Industrial Arts’ Tools of the Trade, Pale Ale

56 MINJUL 25
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Episode 490: Tapping the Beer Data

Latest Episodes

Episode 499: There's No Brew Like Homebrew

This week, Jimmy talks homebrewing with Jeff Lyons of Keg & Lantern Brewing, Brett Taylor of Wild East Brewing, and John Lapolla of Bitter and Esters. Hear their thoughts on what makes the homebrewing scene in New York City different, how homebrew shops have changed over time, and the best way to talk to a homebrewer when you don't like their beer. Beer List: Keg & Lantern's The Other Way of Stopping Keg & Lantern's Saphir Pils Hornindal Citra Homebrewing, Jeff Lyons, Brett Taylor, John Lapolla, Bitter and Esters, Wild East Brewing, Keg & Lantern, The Other Way of Stopping, Saphir Pils, Hornindal Citra, Jimmy Carbone, Beer Sessions Radio Beer Sessions Radio is powered by Simplecast.

50 MIN3 days ago
Comments
Episode 499: There's No Brew Like Homebrew

Episode 498: Made in Mexico

On the heels of the tenth annual Pig Island Festival, Jimmy sits down with chefs Danny Mena of La Lonchería and Cenobio Canalizo of Morgan’s Brooklyn Barbecue, and spirits importer Arik Torren of Fidencio Mezcal. They talk about what inspired their Pig Island dishes, Danny’s new book, Made in Mexico: The Cookbook, the challenges of importing authentic Mexican ingredients, the unique subtleties of Mexico City’s cuisine unique among Mexican food, and how different agave varietals and different regional origins create unique mezcal flavors.

50 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
Episode 498: Made in Mexico

Episode 497: Trekking the LIC Trail

Long Island City is home to six breweries, all in a two-mile radius. Five of them joined Jimmy in the studio: Kaitlyn Acosta of LIC Beer Project, Pat Fondiller of Alewife Brewing, Mark Hirst of Big aLICe Brewing, Laszlo Fodor of ICONYC, and Matt Archambault of Fifth Hammer Brewing and the Emmy Award-winning TV series Brewed in New York. They shout out their fellow LIC brewery, Rockaway Brewing Company, talk about local yeast strains, and take Jimmy on a virtual tour of the trail, including tips on where to eat—and bowl—along the way. Beer List: Fifth Hammer’s Sonic Architecture IPA Big aLICE’s Brunch Crusher Tangerine Pineapple Sour ICONYC’s Cucumber Saison Alewife’s Dimensional Observer #2 IPA Alewife’s Alien Technology, Russian Imperial Stout LIC Beer Project’s Back Back to Cali IPA LIC Beer Project’s Radiant Peach Vanilla Sour

50 MIN2 weeks ago
Comments
Episode 497: Trekking the LIC Trail

Episode 496: The Seed to Sip Supply Chain

Sara Hagerty of Origin Malt in Columbus, Ohio and Ivan Dedek of LIC Beer Project join Jimmy to talk about the annual Beers With(out) Beards event, LIC Beer Project’s American craft lager made with Origin’s two-row barley malt, how specialty crops like barley can revive agricultural communities, and why they predict that beer lovers will one day say “I can’t wait for Marden season!”

43 MIN3 weeks ago
Comments
Episode 496: The Seed to Sip Supply Chain

Episode 495: Farm-to-Maltster Brewing

The day after the 9th Annual NYC Brewers Choice, a.k.a. the Slow Grains edition, Jimmy sat down with some of the Northeast’s leaders in the regional grain market. Maltster Andrea Stanley of Valley Malt, June Russell of GrowNYC Grains, Barry Labendz of working-farm brewery Kent Falls, and Evan Watson of Plan Bee Farm Brewery tell the backstory on reviving regional grains in the Northeast with malt and beer, their work getting regional malt into New York City-area breweries, and the power of integrating grains into our understanding of a local food system. Beer List: Kent Falls Brewing’s The Hollow, Pilsner made with Endeavor barley from Valley Malt

43 MIN3 weeks ago
Comments
Episode 495: Farm-to-Maltster Brewing

Episode 494: Not My Presidente

Jimmy’s got a full studio, with seven guests from across New York City’s craft beer scene: Mickey Alexander of Taproom 307, Kaitlyn LeLoup of Interboro, Chris Maestro of Bier Wax, Alex Munoz of Harlem Hops, Matt Negron of Uptown Beer Society, Juan Perez of Bar 180 and Bar 177, and Joel Suarez of The Sampler. They talk with Jimmy about Not My Pres, the third in their Pres series collaboration, which brings the flavors of popular beers like Presidente and Dos Equis to local craft beer. They talk about how they started collaborating to make beer celebrating the flavors of popular Carribbean beers, working with bars and businesses owned and run by people of color, the value of good beer bars and shops, and reclaiming fruits like guava, chinola, and tamarind.

51 MINAUG 21
Comments
Episode 494: Not My Presidente

Episode 493: Kennedy ist ein Berliner [Weisse]!

Joel Shelton of Shelton Brothers Imports, Pete Lengyel of KCBC brewing, and brewer Ulrike Genz of Berlin’s Brauerei Schneeeule (Snowy Owl Brewery) join Jimmy to compare notes. Tune in to hear their conversation about American versus German beers, kettle versus slow sours, ugly fruit versus fruit puree, and Ulrike’s work reviving traditional 200-year-old methods for making Berliner Weißes or, as Napoleon called it, “the champagne of the north.” Beer List: Brauerei Schneeeule’s Kennedy Brauerei Schneeeule’s Irmgard Brauerei Schneeeule’s Yasmin Brauerei Schneeeule’s Marlene

58 MINAUG 14
Comments
Episode 493: Kennedy ist ein Berliner [Weisse]!

Episode 492: Designing the 16 Oz. Canvas

This week, Jimmy turns from the art of brewing to the art of...art. He’s joined by author and writer Joshua M. Bernstein, AJ Keirans of the 16 Oz. Canvas podcast, and graphic designers Earl Holloway of KCBC and Daniel Birch of Barrier and Alewife Brewing. They talk about the expanding market for beer label art, the difference between designing for 750 ml bottles and for cans, their artistic inspirations, Easter eggs hidden in beer can art, and Can Jam. Beer List: KCBC’s Purgatorio Pilsner KCBC’s Strap Lite Lime Lager KCBC’s Strap Lite Lager KCBC’s Superhero Sidekicks IPA KCBC’s Penguins in Paradise Session IPA

52 MINAUG 7
Comments
Episode 492: Designing the 16 Oz. Canvas

Episode 491: Torch, Crown and Court

This week, Jimmy checks in with two of New York’s new breweries. Co-founder John Dantzler and sales director Keith Sansone of Torch & Crown Brewing Company join Jimmy to talk about how they got started. John explains how he and his co-founder went from childhood friends to homebrewers to business partners, their flagship beers, and learning the skills (chemistry know-how, business savvy) they needed to succeed. They’re also joined by Cortlandt Toczylowski, owner and head brewer of King’s Court Brewing Company, who tells the story of serendipitously discovering his brewery site in Poughkeepsie. Beer List: Torch and Crown’s Slightly Sour Torch and Crown’s Almost Famous IPA Torch and Crown’s Sub Rosa Lager Torch and Crown’s Intersect: Simcoe + Idaho 7, Session IPA It's HRN's annual summer fund drive, this is when we turn to our listeners and ask that you make a donation to help ensure a bright future for food radio. Help us keep broadcasting the most thought provoking, entertain...

50 MINJUL 31
Comments
Episode 491: Torch, Crown and Court

Episode 490: Tapping the Beer Data

This week, Jimmy crunches the numbers with Ted Kenny of Top Hops, Gage Siegel of Beer Menus and Nonsequitur Brewing Project, David Steinman of Craft Brew News, and Ethan Siegler, author of a recent study on Los Angeles beer consumer choice. They talk about what kind of beer data they’re interested in, the dominance of the “hazy IPA,” the geographic differences in craft beer offerings, highlights from Ethan’s thesis study, and what exactly the “mobility gap” is. Beer List: Flora’s Tiki, Pineapple Wine Spritzer Industrial Arts’ Tools of the Trade, Pale Ale

56 MINJUL 25
Comments
Episode 490: Tapping the Beer Data