Episode 6 finds the Tap Takeover Podcasters in Waukesha, Wisconsin for a “Special Release” Edition of our Brewery Interview Series! This week we sit down with two of the owners from Raised Grain Brewing, Nick Reistad (Sales & Marketing) and Dr. Scott Kelley (Head Brewer), to hear the story of their serendipitous partnership. And the Tap Takeover Posse gained a few new members at Raised Grain’s Special Release Party for their Belgian Quad – Le Trois Docteurs. Join us for some live interviews with the revelers standing in line at the big event! Plus, we want to hear all about business strategies for succeeding in a crowded market, growing organically through boldly brewed beers, and winning more awards like last year’s GABF Gold Medal in the Imperial Red Category. We’ve got stories to tell! Cheers and Sante!
The Tap Takeover Podcast Crew are back for Part 2 of our interview with WisconsinBreweriana.com’s Dave Olson. We’ve got more cellar-aged beers to try with our Cicerone-Server, including an assortment of Dogfish Head Ales from Dave’s personal stash. Plus we’re talking more history and collectibles. Bottles and Cans – clap your hands! Dave’s got the lowdown on the history of bottling and canning in the beer industry, and the collection to showcase that knowledge. Grab a beer and join us for a trip through yesteryear! Cheers!
Come on out and join the Tap Takeover Posse as we help the crew at Raised Grain Brewing in Waukesha, WI celebrate the special release of Les Trois Docteurs – Belgian Quad! Bomber bottles will be available at the taproom at 10am Saturday March 11 until they are gone. And they sold out at their last event in 1.5 hours flat, so plan to come out early and meet some of the Tap Takeover Podcast Crew as we do live interviews and spread the word about Wisconsin Craft Brewing!
Brewed with 100 pounds of Pinot Noir grapes from the award-winning Abbelone Winery and aged on oak for sixth months, this Belgian Quad is intensely complex with delicate flavors of Burgundy and banana esters. Take a listen to a quick 3-minute preview of Tap Takeover Podcast Episode 6 – Raised Grain to hear Nick and Doctor Scott let us in on the brewing process and flavor profile of this delicate behemoth!
Bottles are $15, limit 2 per person, and they’ll be tapping the first of four kegs at 10am so you can grab a glass after you pick up your bottles! Cheers and Santé!
The boys at the Tap Takeover Podcast are leaving the comforts of the Solid Non Fail Studio this week to hit the road for our new Home Brewer Interview Series. We hit the road to crack a few beers with Dave Olson, founder of WisconsinBreweriana.com, a website dedicated to the collection and preservation of Brewery Memorabilia. But that isn’t all we’re up to in Part 1 of our two part interview! Dave is a craft brewing renaissance man: award winning homebrewer, beer cellar collector, as well as a Cicerone Server with his eye on the Master Cicerone certification. One interview simply wasn’t enough to handle all of the amazing historical knowledge, homebrewing expertise, and cicerone-server tasting techniques that Dave brings to the table. Check our Facebook and Instagram for the tap list from the interview, crack a cold one with us, and enjoy Episode 5 Part 1! Cheers!
A quick two-minute preview of Episode 5 (Part 1) from the Tap Takeover Podcast dropping soon! Amazing interview with Dave Olson of wisconsinbreweriana.com. He drops some knowledge on the history of beer and shares some of his award winning home brews! Cheers!
In the latest episode of the Tap Takeover Podcast, the boys are back for a very special installment of the Brewery Interview Series! Henry Schwartz, owner of Mobcraft Brewing, is taking over the taps this week. And we could alternately call this episode the “sour hour,” as Henry attempts to take us to sour Jesus with his limited release Existence Sour Ale (aged three ways)! Jim gets to nerd out about yeasts and bacteria, we tackle the shark tank experience, discuss rude beer name suggestions, and delve into some of the crazier concoctions dreamt up by the imaginative clientele of this crowd-sourced brewery. Plus, in our second half, Henry attempts to drop more breaking news than we can contain in one podcast! Cheers to the Sours!