On this week's episode we talk Rye Whiskey with American Whiskey expert Chuck Cowdery, looking at the past, present and future of America's first whiskey style.
On this weeks episode, we talk to Paul Kreider, author of Uncorked: The Novice's Guide to Wine, about wine tasting, terminology, and why it's ok to ask for wine recommendations at a restuarant. Also, using fire to preserve an unfinished bottle of wine.
On this episode of the Potent Potables Podcast, we get nerdy about coffee while exploring how to brew better coffee at home. We are joined by a panel of experts including Josh Dugue, Rich Futrell and Brent Hall from Counter Culture Coffee, Jessee Raub from Intelligentsia Coffee, and Trevor Gruehn
On this week's episode of the Potent Potables Podcast we talk Bitters with Bittercube proprietor Ira Koplowitz. Plus, some news relating to last week's episode on Irish Whiskey.
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On the first episode of the new Potent Potables Podcast, we look at the past, present, and future of Irish Whiskey. I talk with Irish Whiskey Society founding member Jim Clarke about the history of Irish Whiskey and what makes it different from the other whiskies of the world, and also with 2 Gin
This week on the podcast we talk to brewer, author and internet radio personality Jamil Zainasheff about homebrewing, the idea of beer styles, becoming a commercial brewer, and why Idaho is a great place for craft beer.
On this episode we talk Canadian Whisky with author Davin de Kergommeaux, and taste Gibson's Finest 12 Year Whisky.
On this weeks episode, I talk Moonshine with Max Watman, author of Chasing the White Dog. Also, I drink some legal "moonshine."
This week we talk Grappa with Antonella Nonino from Nonino Grappa, the producers of what many consider to be the finest grappas in the the world. We talk history, how grappa is made, and how her parents changed the way the world looked at grappa with their single-grape variety monovitigno grappas