Tony and Nick drive into Philly to talk to Trevor, owner of Evil Genius Beer Company. We ask him about where they come up with their silly beer names. We also talk about Evil Genius getting into the Hard Seltzer game. We also talk about Evil Genius being selected by Jameson to be one of the breweries to be there Caskmates program.
On this episode, Tony and Nick review all the beers they had at Pinelands Brewing Company and give their descriptor of the brewery, give out a bunch of shoutouts, have a brotherly argument over who the better movie star is, and what brewery will be on the podcast next.
Tony and Nick take the drive to Pinelands Brewing Co. in Little Egg Harbor Twp to speak to all 4 owners Jay, Mike, Rob and Joe about Pinelands Brewing Co. The Brewthers ask them about their favorite beers, their journey of the last 5 years to get to the point they are at now and what the future has in store for Pinelands Brewing Co.
On this episode Tony and Nick review all the beers they had Cold Spring Brewery and give their descriptor of the brewery. They go over some of anniversaries in the New Jersey brewing community. They also tell the listener what brewery they are getting hopped up for in the next episode. In the Hop Take/Kolsch Take segment, Nick and Tony debate the top 3 Arnold Schwarzenegger movies.
Tony and Nick take the ride to Cold Spring Brewery in Cape May County ang talk to head brewer Dom. Cold Spring Brewery is part of a historic society and is New Jersey’s only non-profit brewery. We talk about what that means plus the beautiful barn that was repurposed into the current brewery.
Tony and Alex review all the beers they had at Tuckahoe and give their descriptor of the brewery. We introduce a couple new segments called Hop Take/Kolsch Take and Talking Pints. We also tell the listeners what is coming up and which New Jersey Breweries won awards at the Great American Beer Fest in Colorado.
Tony and Alex drive to Tuckahoe Brewing in Egg Harbor Twp. They talk with sales manager Rob about one of the oldest NJ breweries. Rob talks about his career in beer, his travels, and the challenges he comes across in selling Tuckahoe beer around the state of New Jersey.
Tony and Nick go over the beers that they had at the Red Lion Brewery, give their descriptor of the brewery, and tell the listeners where we are going next. We also give a shoutout to Backward Flag, Eight and Sand, and Vinyl, who are celebrating their anniversary of opening their breweries.
Tony and Nick drive to Quakertown, PA to talk to head brewer Joe about the Red Lion Brewery. This is the first Pennsylvania brewery on Two Brewthers. We talk about the rich history of Quakertown, who Red Lion supplies their beers to, and how Joe keeps up with production in the smallest brewery we have seen to date.
Tony and Nick review all the beers they had at Icarus Brewing. They give their descriptor of the brewery, answer a listener question of the week, and do their Talking Pints segment of what’s going on in the beer world. Tony and Nick preview where they are going next. Please review us on Apple podcasts, Spotify, etc. We are now on Iheartradio. Leave us listener questions on any of our social media pages.
Tony and Nick take the drive to Lakewood, NJ to interview owner/brewer Jason and Sales Director Shane from Icarus Brewing. Jason and Shane talk about how their past experiences lead them to the place they are now and how Icarus has grown into one of the biggest names in New Jersey Craft Beer. Jason and Shane also talk about the most important aspects to get right when opening a brewery.
Tony and Ski Brewther Alex Review the beers they had Montclair Brewery, give their descriptor of the brewery, give some shoutouts on the Talking Pints segment, and let you know where they are going next.
Tony and Ski Brewther Alex take the drive to Montclair Brewery in Montclair, NJ. They talk to owners Leo and Denise about their brewery, the inspiration for naming their beers, how their previous life experiences have set them up for owning and running a brewery, and so much more.
Tony and Macro Brew Sam review the Summer Swelter Craft Beer Fest in Pitman, NJ on August 17th at the Total Turf Experience. We talk about the top beers we had, the people we met, and all the fun stuff that happened.
Tony and special guest Pat discuss all the beers they had at Ship Bottom, give their descriptor of the brewery, and debut a new segment called Talking Pints. We also tell the listeners what is coming up in the future.
Tony and special guest Pat take the drive to Beach Haven, NJ to talk to owner Rob of Ship Bottom Brewery. They talk about Ship Bottom celebrating their third year anniversary this weekend, what they have planned coming up, and the differences of owning a brewery in NJ versus PA.
Tony and Nick review all the beers they had at Axe and Arrow Brewing in Glassboro, NJ. They give their descriptor of the brewery and tell the listener about a couple of events that are coming up. They also go over the special VIP beer list at the Summer Swelter Craft Beer Fest on August 17th at the Total Turf Experience in Pitman, NJ.
Tony and Nick take the drive over to Axe and Arrow on Rowan University’s campus in Glassboro,NJ. They talk to head brewer/owner Greg and owner Krystle about their brand new brewery. They also talk about their unique brewing system, what beers they are bringing to the Summer Swelter Craft Beer Festival, and their awesome flight cards that set them apart from other breweries.
Tony and Nick go over the flight and pint they had at Backward Flag in Forked River, NJ. They both give their descriptor of the brewery and their band of Brewthers for this episode. Don’t forget to get your tickets to the Summer Swelter Craft Beer Fest on August 17th at www.uptownpitman.com. This is going to be the craft beer event of the year. 50 NJ breweries in attendance.
Tony and Nick travel to Backward Flag Brewing in Forked River and talk to their brewer and owner Torie. Backward Flag is a Veteran owner brewery and 99% of their employees are veterans. Torie talks about her experience as a veteran and how that translates into running a successful business. We ask about her what beers she is bringing to the Summer Swelter Beer Fest and what her desert island Beer is.
Tony and Nick review all the beers they had at Oyster Creek Brewing. They give their descriptor of the brewery, answer a listener question of the week, and tell you about the Summer Swelter Craft Beer Fest which is going to be the Craft Beer event of the year for New Jersey. Oyster Creek Brewing will be in attendance.
Tony and Nick drive to Oyster Creek Brewing in Waretown, NJ and talk to Owner/Brewer Kris about his brewery that opened in May of 2018. Kris tells us about his take on the NJ ABC regulations, what beers he is bringing to the Summer Swelter Craft Beer Fest, and much more.
Tony and Nick go over all the beers they had at Neck of the Woods Brewing Co. They give their descriptor of the brewery, take a listener question of the week, and talk about the Summer Swelter Craft Beer Fest which is at Neck of the Woods. It is going to be the craft beer event of the year. Get your tickets at www.uptownpitman.com
Tony and Nick take the short ride over to the newest Pitman brewery and the site of the 2019 Summer Swelter Craft Beer Festival, Neck of the Woods Brewing Company. The Brewthers talk to owners and brewers Frank and Dave about being a new brewery and how long it took them to go from the idea of a brewery to actually opening the brewery. Frank and Dave also lend insight of the brewery’s design and branding and where the inspiration for naming their beers come from.
On this special episode, Tony and friends review all the beers they had at Jester King Brewery in Austin, Texas. They give their descriptor of the brewery and talk about what Jester King is known for. On part two of this episode Tony and Macro Brew Sam talk about the other breweries they went to in Austin including Lazarus, Zilker, St. Elmo’s and the other bars and restaurants the city of Austin had to offer.
Tony and Nick visit Gusto Brewing in Cape May and talk to Zack and Dan about their brewery and beers. Zach and Dan also give their philosophy on brewing, tell us what they are bringing to a Summer Swelter Craft Beer Festival in August and talk about what it’s like to be a brand new brewery in New Jersey.
Tony and Nick travel to CoHo Brewing in Cape May Court House to talk to owners Karen and Mike about their brand new brewery. They also talk about their tap list including a Finnish Farm Ale called a Sahti and what it is like to be apart of South Jersey’s Beer Mecca in Cape May County.
Tony and Nick review the beers they had at Eclipse Brewing. The Brewthers give their descriptor of the brewery, answer a live listener question from Macro Brew Sam, tell everyone what they are getting hopped up next for, and reveal a secret upcoming event.
Tony and Nick go visit Eclipse Brewing in Merchantville and talk to owners and husband and wife team Chris and Beth about their brewery. They also talk about being one of the smallest breweries in New Jersey, the variety of styles of beer on tap, and what it is like to work with your significant other. This is a great brewery for craft beer and non craft beer fans of all tastes and interests.
Tony and Nick review the beers they had at Slack Tide which includes the best pale ale one of the Brewthers had. They also give their descriptor of the brewery, answer a listener question of the week, and talk about where they are going next.
On this special episode we talk with Summer Swelter Craft Beer Festival Directors Adam, Maureen, and Kara. We talk about which vendors and breweries are going to be there, the advantages for the VIP tickets, and what improvements the committee made from the first year to this current year. The Summer Swelter Beer Festival is on Saturday, August 17th at the Total Turf Experience. The address is 614 Lambs Road, Pitman, NJ. Go to www.uptownpitman.com to buy tickets and follow them on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram @swelterbeer and Summer Swelter Craft Beer Fest.
Tony, Nick, and special guest Tom take the drive down to Slack Tide Brewing in Clermont, NJ to talk to the Campbell Brothers, Jason and Tadhg. We discuss Slack Tide winning a GABF medal in 2018, collaborations with other breweries, beerfests, and much more.
Tony and special guest Pat go over all the beers they had at Fort Nonsense in Denville, NJ. Tony and Pat give their descriptor of the brewery, band of Brewthers and tell you what they are getting hopped up for.
Tony, Nick, and special guest Pat drive to Fort Nonsense Brewing Company in Denville, NJ to talk to the Aslanian brothers about their brewery, beers, the new NJ ABC regulations, and what it’s like to work shoulder to shoulder with your brothers.
Tony and Nick review all the beers they had at Heavy Reel Brewing in Seaside Heights. The Brewthers also give their descriptor of the brewery and talk about how Heavy Reel is one of the most unique breweries in the state.
Tony and Nick talk to Jon from the NJCB about the new regulations from the New Jersey Alcohol Beverage Control and how the regulations impact the NJ Craft Brewery Scene, the other small businesses, and the consumers.
Tony and Nick go to Seaside Heights and visit Heavy Reel Brewing Co. They talk to owner and brewer Jeff about all of his collaborations with other breweries, his inspiration for the names of his beers, and what the next step for Heavy Reel Brewing Company is.
Tony and Nick go over all the beers they had at Zed’s Beer. They give their descriptor of the brewery, answer a live listener question of the week from a special guest, and give their Band of Brewthers.
Tony and Nick go to Zed’s Beer in Marlton. They talk to owners and brewers Geoff and Lori about how their past experiences helped with opening up a brewery. The Brewthers also ask about their recent awards and their philosophy on brewing and beers.
Tony and Nick take the short drive down to Vinyl Brewing for Vinyl’s Sour Week. Vinyl is located in the South Jersey Beer Mecca of Hammonton. They talk to Jim and Matt who tell us where the inspiration comes from for their creatively named beers, the genesis of Sour Week, and the feeling of winning 1st place in the AC Beer Fest for best sour beer.
Tony and Nick travel to dry town Collingswood, NJ and talk with brewer and owner Kathy about her decision to put a brewery in a dry town and about her award winning beer from the Atlantic City Beer Fest. Nick also gets a nickname.
Tony and Nick make the trip over to Flying Fish Brewing Co in Somerdale, NJ and speak to the Director of Sales, Kirk and the Head Of Brewing Operations, Barry about the changes going on at the brewery in the last year, the challenges a big brewery faces, and much more.
Tony and Nick take the drive up to Roselle Park, New Jersey to speak with Dave, the owner and brewer of Climax Brewing Company. They spoke to him about his beers and most importantly his no nonsense philosophy on brewing beer, from his upbringing with a German born father, and commentary on today’s craft beer climate. Dave is certainly an original in the craft beer world, and his beers are the proof.
The Brewthers recap the AC Beer Fest judging of Wheat beers, Malt forward ales, and stouts. They also recap the 10 beers they had at the beerfest from the 10 breweries they have visited on the podcast.
Tony and Nick take the drive down to Ludlam Island near Sea Isle City, New Jersey. They tried a myriad of delicious beers, met with old friends, and had an overall great time. They later had a conference call with the owner, Billy, later in the week and got to pick his brain on all things craft beer. Enjoy.
Tony and Nick take the short drive to Westville Brewery in Westville, NJ. They spoke to the owners Mike and Pam and cover everything to how they got started, the woulda coulda shoulda’s of life, their gluten-reduced beers and much more.
Here’s our interview with Paul, the owner of Glasstown Brewing, in Millville, NJ. Paul, like others we have interviewed, is extremely knowledgeable and passionate about craft beer. Glasstown has some of the most consistent beers, an awesome location, and great people. The popcorn is also a great touch so get yourself to Glasstown.
Here’s our interview with Rob and Meg of Human Village Brewing in Pitman, New Jersey. It’s an extremely informative conversation with a very interesting owner. Meg is breaking the mold for what defines a craft brewery and the beers at Human Village are no exception.
Here’s our recap and grading of all the beers we had at Kelly Green Brewing in Pitman, NJ. It features: Tone’s incessant OCD pen clicking, multiple strokes, made up words, craft beer jargon, and lastly; our Jawn of the week.