At times you want to listen to music on the way to work but cannot stop thinking about beer.
Here is our pick of the top beer podcasts available online right now.
Radio Beer Guys
Beer Guys Radio is another mainstay of the Beer Hawk podcasting scene and will talk about everything and everything, including homebrewing, beer festivals, and brewery and beer ABV. Heck, occasionally they even attack you live from a festival.
For his weekly broadcast, Dave Zalatoris doesn’t hesitate to discuss any subject or consume any beer. Do not be shocked when he drinks a cool Busch or another widely used mass-produced beer while discussing Chicago-area cider news.
Alcohol In Front is a good album to listen to since it makes you want to chat with a friend on the patio. That seems excellent to us. We don’t always require a constant trickle of obscure Beer Hawk culture information. We occasionally just need to sip on a Mickey’s while reading the latest brewery news in Buffalo.
Podcast from BeerSmith Home Brewing
The way each podcast is categorized on the BeerSmith podcast is one of our favorite features. And by that, we mean that you aren’t required to watch the episodes in order; instead, you can pick a subject and focus on it in greater detail.
The overall manufacturing method, alcohol tasting, Beer Hawk varieties, kegging, recipe development, the business of opening a craft brewery, and more are just a few examples. Even meaderies and cideries are covered.
Podcast for Brewbound
Brewbound raises the bar. The podcast takes a more in-depth level look at the craft Beer Hawk sector rather than debating whether to drink IPA or Pale Ale. Among the subjects discussed are branding, growing the brewing industry, and law.
Yes, they will still conduct the occasional interview with a Brewing Company owner, but the Brewbound Podcast’s primary focus is industry beer news.
Podcast Brew Roots
Broads and Beers
“Brews with Broads wants to raise and celebrate the craft brewing industry’s representation of women or non-binary individuals. Every other Thursday, craft beer experts from all facets of the business gather with host Hannah Kiem over a refreshing beverage to discuss how they evolved to where they are where they’ve been heading, and what they have learned so far.”
Brews with Broads take on topics that the majority of the remaining programs on this list generally avoid or very briefly discuss. And it’s obvious that Hannah’s voice is not just welcome but essential for the industry from the titles of her episodes, such as “If It is not Myself So Who” and “Getting Uncomfortable”.