Podcasts have been the wave of the future for quite some time, and I have been lucky enough to be a featured guest every now and again. Below are the links to podcasts I love as well as those I have been featured on. Cheers!
A monthly podcast to keep you intrigued and imbibed with historical tales and treasured recipes.
From the website…” Join Jamie L.H. Goodall and Kelly Therese Pollock monthly as they talk to experts of beer/wine/spirits from around the world and historians of all kinds! #UncorkedHistory“
Joel Geier travels the country visiting breweries and detailing his experiences and happenings in the craft beer scene. A writer for Sommbeer, Joel has fun insights and helps you plan your next beercation!
From the website…”Brewery Travels: Discovering great beer, one craft brewery at a time!”
Share a Pint Podcast with Jerry Hulla is a fantastic podcast where you will find some of your favorites and meet new friends as his guests hail from every corner of the country! Here is a link to part one of my guest appearance:
From the website… “The craft beer scene is full of great stories! Whether you home brew or brew for a brewery, are an artist who creates the wonderful label art on the brews we enjoy, work on the sales and marketing side or are a distributor…
Regardless of your connection to the craft beer industry, if you have an interesting story to tell, we at “Share a Pint” want to hear it and help bring your story to craft beer enthusiasts everywhere!”
Brew La La with Amethyst Tymoch, Beerdashian and co-founder of the Pink Boots Greater Maryland Chapter hosts a bevy of women in the brewing industry. Amethyst keeps it fun but gets real about technicalities of brewing, history, and challenges and how to step up for action!
Frank About Beer host Christian LeHew keeps it real and honest about beer- the good the bad and the extremely questionable in between! What began as a beer education site between Chritian and Eric has become Maryland (and beyond) craft beer lovers Thursday night must listen!
From the website…”Christian and Eric like to drink beer. We like other people who like to drink beer. But when you’re drinking craft beer, you don’t always know what you’re going to get, right? So, over a couple of pints, we decided there needed to be a simplified, down-to-earth and, well, FRANK and HONEST beer education site.
We started Frank About Beer to give you the honest opinion and information you need – right from the tap. Along the way, we’ll help you understand what to look for, help you navigate a cooler full of beers or an intimidating beer list at a bar or brewery, and help you learn more about the breweries and the people who make it all possible.”
Sara Jane Curran engages listeners in dynamic interviews about the state of craft beer from California to Maryland on Beer Me Radio. Operating out of the Line Hotel in Washington, D.C. she may not be Maryland- based but she is close enough for horseshoes and hand grenades and I was honored to be a guest!
From the website…”Every week a featured guest will help to explore a different part of the dynamic beer world. This will allow you to exam the beer world through different lenses. Whether you are new to beer, or a seasoned professional, we will have something for you!”
Chris Sands Uncapped Podcast is a long running podcast for good reason! Chris covers the beer, wine and spirits industries in the region and takes listeners behind the scenes to give you the inside scoop. Don’t miss an episode!
From the website…”Sit back, relax and enjoy a beer — usually in the middle of the day — with “The Uncapped Podcast.” Area brewmasters and distillers bring their growlers into the FNP Podcast studio for an unfiltered discussion with host Chris Sands about their ales, porters, lagers and what inspires their craft. “
Jess Mayhugh, writer editor extraordinaire brings you the latest on Charm City’s craft alcohol scene on her Buzzed in Baltimore podcast. Great interviews and information from every angle!
The Revenews podcast is pretty new compared to some of the podcasts included in this list, but give it a go as there is plenty of discussion surrounding the craft alcohol industry in Maryland, and you may learn a thing or two about how the state’s tax agency operates. The bonus is I have had the opportunity to act as both host and guest!