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||CleanEpisode No. 4 Rachelle Boucher and Joshua Nastor||Episode No. 4 Rachelle Boucher and Joshua Nastor “Hi and welcome to a new episode of Food Brews! My name is Markus,” “And my name is David,” “And together we are FoodBrews!” Download Episode No. 4 here on iTunes. Listen Episode No.4 on SoundCould Listen Episode No.4 on Google Play Music Transcript Episode No. 4 Rachelle Boucher and Joshua Nastor coming soon!||11/10/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode No. 3 Mark Wittman Farmhill||Episode No. 3 Mark Wittman FarmHill “Hi and welcome to a new episode of Food Brews! My name is Markus,” “And my name is David,” “And together we are FoodBrews!” Download Episode No. 3 here on iTunes. Transcript Episode No. 3 Mark Wittman coming soon!||5/15/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode No. 2 Luis Castro||Episode No. 2 Episode Luis Castro “Hi, my name is Luis and I’m from heaven! And we have liquid gold” Here’s the second episode of FoodBrews! Co-hosts Markus and David invites Luis Castro, brewing expert, to discuss our favorite topic: beer. Originally from Colombia, he moved to Cleveland, Ohio in 2006 and then in 2010 to the Bay Area where he was inspired by the craft beer scene and decided to take his love for handcrafted beer and offer his own unique recipes in a fun community and family orientated environment. Markus, David and Luis also sample a couple of Luis’s recommendations: Wheat Beer and a Ginger Pale Ale (G-Root Pale Ale). Download Episode No. 2 here on iTunes. Transcript Episode No. 2 Luis Castro In this episode, Markus and David interview Luis Castro and discuss his newer brewery called “Del Cielo”, which means from heaven in Spanish, and the liquid gold they produce. They produce California beers as well as spiced beers, thanks to Castro’s Colombian origin. David and Markus want to know about more about the name so Jeremy and Luis tell them which are the reasons to name the company like that. Luis explains that his wife name is “Cielo Mar” and he wanted to include her name into his company name. Furthermore, they are really concerned about the quality of the ingredients and the precision of each production step so with the words “from heaven” they want to convey greatness and quality. After that, they go on to talk about how different each city or state can be regarding to beer and its production method. As they say: “Each brewery has its own signature”. Luis explains the main differences between his beers and other larger beer brands and says that it is all about playing with different ingredients, the smaller production scale and the risks he might take. Markus: So Luis, do you remember your first beer? How was it? Luis: Yes, I do, and it was actually not that bad. Jeremy: I remember mine too and I have to say that it was not bad, but it was not that good either. They moved on to discuss one of the most important aspects of beer production: sanitation. Both Jeremy and Luis agree that there are millions of bacteria that can make your beer go back in any step of the proce||2/28/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode No. 1 Dylan Denicke||Transcript Episode No. 1 Dylan Denicke Markus: Hi, welcome to the first episode of FoodBrews. Before we start with our first guest, David, can you explain a little...||1/19/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
Perfect podcast for foodies and those who enjoy learning more about the business of food and brewing.