Category Archives: Tap the Craft

Tap the Craft Episode 148: The History of Dry Stout

St Patrick’s Day has passed, but in Episode 148 we bring you a touch of Irish with the history of the dry stout along with a brief style overview.  We hope this shorter show will bring you some joy in

Tap the Craft Episode 147: OK Brew Scene with Core4 Brewing

In Episode 147 we bring you another brewery interview, this time from Oklahoma City with our friend and listener Buck Buchanan, one of four owners of Core4 Brewing. We get an inside look at how the beer laws have changed

Tap the Craft Episode 146: It’s Jim Dandy

In Episode 146 we are happy to share with you an interview with the owners/brewers from Jim Dandy Brewing in Pocatello, ID. We learn how Davis and Hailee Gove started their brewing journey and why they were moved to bring

Tap the Craft Episode 145: Old Brown Belgian Ale

In Episode 145 we talk about some old brown ale from Belgium…the Flanders Oud Bruin style.  Find out what makes this gateway sour ale so special and why it’s a great beer to cellar for a few years too. We

Tap the Craft Episode 144: Craft Beer Sports Sponsorships

In Episode 144 we discuss how craft beer has penetrated into major sports sponsorships, as well as the current big beer stranglehold in the stands and stadiums. We also briefly cover the “state of craft beer in 2019” and announce

Tap the Craft Episode 143: History of Belgian Witbier

In Episode 143 we revisit a topic briefly discussed during our history of beer segments…the Belgian Witbier. We discuss the history of the style and how it was resurrected, as well as a brief explanation of the tasting style notes.