What do Pythagoras, Charlie Parker, the Fun Tank, and Long Island City, NY have in common? Fifth Hammer Brewing, that's what. The NYC brewery landscape continues to grow with the addition of this gem. Join Mark and Jimmy as they spend some time with Chris Cuzme and Mary Izett at this can't-miss new brewery in Queens!
Oh what a fun night we had at the release party for Pint of No Return, our very own Broadway Brews Project brew number FOUR! Loads of great folk from Phantom, Hardywood Brewing, and Musicians on Call raised multiple glasses throughout the evening for a great cause. Under a beautiful Manhattan sunset, we toasted the journey that this beer will take, from Virginia to Broadway and beyond!
Every time we come to the end of a Brew journey, it's a real reckoning. These are not easy to pull off, but INCREDIBLY rewarding, every single time. Look for a video episode covering this amazing night very soon. And many thanks to the good folks at Beer Authority NYC, as well as our wonderful capture crew.
Still want to support the Broadway Brews Project? We're always looking for help.
And NYC'ers, find The Pint of No Return at a Trader Joe's in the NYC area, and give it a try. It's one of the coolest beers you'll taste this year. CHEERS!
Mark and I have captured a lot of episodes for The Happy Hour Guys; Over 350, in point of fact.
The "Brew Day" episode (embedded above) for The Pint of No Return, which is the beer created by the cast of The Phantom of the Opera and Hardywood Brewing for the Broadway Brews Project is one of our favorites of all time. No exaggeration; no joke. We LOVE this episode. We love these people. We love everything that the Broadway Brews Project is about.
Three cast members got up very early (on their day off no less) and traveled all the way to Richmond to create this beer. Everyone was on their game, the brewery was jumping; It was a perfect day.
Broadway Brew #4 commence!Read More
Just in time for their SECOND ANNIVERSARY:
There's only one Chief when it comes to great Craft Beer in New York State: Jeff 'Chief' O'Neill, the founder of Industrial Arts Brewing in Garnerville, NY. We've crossed paths with Chief many times over the years, and to finally see him in his own place, the Lord of all he surveys, is very heartening indeed. And the BEER. My, my, my, THE BEER.
Press play and see the magic. Then get your butts up there. Special thanks to Jen for handling capture duties!
The Happy Hour Guys and their Guest Tasters (from Cincy Playhouse's Million Dollar Quartet) found something out - things are changing in Cincinnati, Ohio: And a lot of those changes have something to do with Rhinegeist Brewing. Occupying the remains of a nineteenth century bottling plant, Rhinegeist is making terrific beer and serving their community in many more ways than one. Click through and have a look. Cheers!
Respect your Mother. True in life, and true in...craft beer? Definitely in Covington, KY, where Braxton Brewing is at the forefront of flavor, innovation, and a changing neighborhood. Oh, and you can drink your ice cream there. How? Press play, y'all. Press play. CHEERS!