KSKQ Beer Radio: Win Bassett of North Carolina Brewers Guild (7/18/12)

Learn about beer with conversations of people from all over the beer community on KSKQ 89.5 each Wednesday, 5:00-6:00 pm.

BeerRadio for 18 July 2012– Listen in to our guest Win Bassett, of Executive Director of the North Carolina Brewers Guild and Social Media Education at All About Beer Magazine, recorded live from North Carolina.

Find out how Win got into beer, what’s going on in the state of NC in relation to beer and his tips for getting the most out of a festival. A a former member of the law community, Win puts his smarts, skills and passion to great use for the entire beer community. Catch him on Twitter @winbassett and @ncbeer .

Pour yourself a perfect pint and enjoy ~


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KSKQ Beer Radio: Chris Shepard of Craft Beer News (7/11/12)

Learn about beer with conversations of people from all over the beer community on KSKQ 89.5 each Wednesday, 5:00-6:00 pm.

BeerRadio for 11 July 2012 – Chris Shepard, of Craft Brew News (of Beer Marketing Insights) joins us for this delicious episode. Listen and learn how this very open minded writer of the beer business world got his start in beer – and what he’s sipping while we talk! Chris calls in from Brooklyn, NY and shares some interesting thoughts on his version and vision of the craft/beer community.

Yet another great membeer of the community – Cheers!


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KSKQ Beer Radio: Leslie Henderson, Lazy Magnolia Brewing (6/27/12)

Learn about beer with conversations of people from all over the beer community on KSKQ 89.5 each Wednesday, 5:00-6:00 pm.

BeerRadio for 27 June 2012 welcomes guest Leslie Henderson, co-founder and Brewmaster of Lazy Magnolia Brewing in Kiln, Mississippi. Find out how Mississippi’s only brewery is changing the state and beer community for the better.

Leslie’s a passionate, super sharp and fun to listen to participant in the beer world. Find out what legislation Lazy Magnolia has helped change for the enjoyment of beer lovers everywhere – and what’s next!

Pour a fresh beer and enjoy the show ~


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KSKQ Beer Radio: Chris Swersey, Brewers Association (6/20/12)

Learn about beer with conversations of people from all over the beer community on KSKQ 89.5 each Wednesday, 5:00-6:00 pm.

BeerRadio for 20 June 2012 – Chris Swersey, of the Brewers Association based in Boulder CO, is our special guest tonight. As a long time member of the beer community, Chris got his start in the beer world by home brewing and has never looked back.

From being a ‘keg monkey’ to beer judging, from rafting to being integral to some major beer competitions (GABFWBC), Chris is an exemplary example of the incredible folk in the beer community.

Pour yourself a tasty glass of beer and enjoy ~


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KSKQ Beer Radio: Brandon Turman, BrewFans.com (6/6/12)

Learn about beer with conversations of people from all over the beer community on KSKQ 89.5 each Wednesday, 5:00-6:00 pm.

BeerRadio for 6 June 2012 – Brandon Turman, of BrewFans.com joins us for our 58th episode.

Find out how this very energetic, passionate and savvy beer-finding Texas member of the beer community chooses his beer at a festival, his first beer memory and a bit about the Texas beer scene.

Brandon is a great example of a engaged enthusiast – listen to this good con-beer-sation. Cheers!


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KSKQ Beer Radio: Chris Crabb, Crabb Soup (5/30/12)

Learn about beer with conversations of people from all over the beer community on KSKQ 89.5 each Wednesday, 5:00-6:00 pm.

BeerRadio for 30 May 2012 – Chris Crabb, the humble and uber talented PR whiz of Crabb Soup,  in Portland OR, is our special guest tonight. As a long time member of the beer community specializing in beer fest public relations, helping grow some significant PACNW fests into huge successes. Some she works with include OBF, NAOBFHoliday Ale Fest, and the OR Garden Fest. Find out her earliest beer memory, why she’s passionate about the beer community and how her skills help the whole industry. Pour yourself a perfect pint and enjoy ~


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KSKQ Beer Radio: David Walker, Firestone Walker Brewing (5/23/12)

Learn about beer with conversations of people from all over the beer community on KSKQ 89.5 each Wednesday, 5:00-6:00 pm.

BeerRadio for 23 May 2012: David Walker, Firestone Walker Brewing, California is our special guest this week on the show.

Learn how this multi-award winning brewery came to be, why they chose to focus on Pale Ales, and what other wonderful concoctions they brew. You can also find out who their Velvet Merlin Oatmeal Stout is named after and why their beers sometimes taste “metallic.”

Pour yourself a tasty beer, get comfortable and enjoy!


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KSKQ Beer Radio: Andy Sparhawk, Brewers Association (5/16/12)

Learn about beer with conversations of people from all over the beer community on KSKQ 89.5 each Wednesday, 5:00-6:00 pm.

BeerRadio for 16 May 2012 – Special beery guest, Andy Sparhawk,Craft Beer Program Coordinator of the Brewers Association, Boulder, CO.

Learn about this passionate advocate of craft beer, if he’s a homebrewer (or not!), and how he ‘uses’ food in relation to enjoying beer. Andy’s another great example of the professional plugged in beer community who is a superb ambassador for quality beer made by America’s small and independent breweries.

Cheers to Andy this week ~


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KSKQ Beer Radio: Ronnie Crocker, Houston Chronicle (5/9/12)

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BeerRadio for episode 55, 9 April 2012 – Ronnie Crocker, accomplished and interesting Journalist at the Houston Chronicle, Houston Texas is our special guest.

Ronnie shares what the Texas beer scene has come to be, reflects on stories he mined writing his newly released book (Houston Beer) and in general shares an enthusiasm for the greater beer community.

Find out what Ronnie shares about some major historical American Characters in this episode. You can tweet along with him too at @rcrocker

Pour yourself a fresh beer and enjoy ~


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KSKQ Beer Radio: Burc McFarlen, Seattle Beer Authority (4/25/12)

Learn about beer with conversations of people from all over the beer community on KSKQ 89.5 each Wednesday, 5:00-6:00 pm.

BeerRadio for 25 April 2012 welcomes guest Burc McFarlen of the Seattle Beer Authority, a beer store and tavern, Seattle, Washington.

Burc talks about how he got into beer, why beer stores are becoming popular and valuable, and why glassware is important.

Enjoy another fun and edutaining episode of our show featuring this engaged and beer savvy beer community member ~


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