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Over Beers - Death of the Fox Brewing Company

Breweries in most places were traditionally in industrial sections of town.  When laws changed and they had the opportunity to open a tap room, they were created by carving out a section of the production brewery, putting in some taps, a bar and some stools.  Tap room opened.  For breweries that started after the law changes, the dynamic changed and they built their taprooms as the center piece.  Thought was given to how welcoming the space can be.  How will people feel when they visit.  It can be a place where people can be social with one another and generate a sense of community. That’s the feeling you will get when you visit Death of the Fox.  Plus there’s something different.  The smell of coffee greets you when you walk in.  In addition to being a brewery, Death of the Fox is also a coffee house. 

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Over Beers - NJ ABC Ruling

This week New Jersey’s Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control announced new regulations for the craft beer breweries in the state.  In the document, some new regulations were laid out and some earlier regulations were clarified.  

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Over Beers - Jughandle Brewing Company

A couple of weeks ago the show was at the Fir Farm’s Hop Harvest.  One of the places getting hops was Jughandle Brewing Company.  We talked about getting together for the release of the beer they were making with the picked hops and that is exactly what we did last Saturday.  Jughandle released Fir Coat, their harvest ale.   

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Over Beers - Rich Wagner

I knew that there was a rich history of brewing in the Northeast but I had no idea just how rich it was.  During his talk Rich Wagner mentioned that he had published a book, entitled “Philadelphia Beer” going through the history of brewing in Philadelphia. I knew I wanted to read it and I knew I wanted to have him on the podcast.

 You can find his book “Philadephia Beer” on Amazon, check out his website pabreweryhistorians.tripod.com.  The event on October 20th has been cancelled.  Check out his website for other events in the future.

You can find his book “Philadephia Beer” on Amazon, check out his website pabreweryhistorians.tripod.com. The event on October 20th has been cancelled. Check out his website for other events in the future.

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Over Beers - Fort Nonsense Brewing Company

There’s the old saying is Blood is thicker than water…but is blood thicker than beer? That’s what I was looking to find out when I visited Fort Nonsense Brewing Company earlier in the summer. FNC is owned and operated by not just two, but three brothers.  Andrew, Thomas and James…the Aslanian Brothers.  They are brewing a variety of classic ales and lagers with their own unique twists and talk about those beers with only a hint of sibling rivalry during the conversation.  

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Over Beers - Fir Farm's Hop Harvest

A few months ago I met Mickey and Bobby Clark owners of the Fir Farm.  Traditionally they’ve sold Christmas Trees, and they still do, but for the last few years they’ve also been growing hops right here in Central Jersey.  They invited me to their 2018 Hop Harvest in early August. 

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Over Beers - Sanctuary Brewing Company

Three years ago Sanctuary Brewing Company set out to create a brewery and tap room committed to enriching the lives of both humans and animals alike through excellent craft, kindness and philanthropy.   They’re making small batch high quality local brews in the town of Hendersonville, which is about 30 minutes south of Asheville.

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Over Beers - Demented Brewing Company

Insanely Flavorful Ales is the motto of Demented Brewing Company.  As you will soon hear, Tom Zuber started out seriously home brewing with the goal of creating a yearly rotation of beers with a lot of flavor.  A plan he took with him when he  built his brewery in 2015.   

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Over Beers - Flagship Brewing Company

With the nature of the brewing business, it’s not uncommon for brewers to move around a good deal.  This is definitely the case for Patrick Morse, the Head Brewer of Staten Island’s Flagship Brewing.  His career has had him crossing the US a couple of times as he worked his way up the brewing ranks.  

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Over Beers - Bradley Brew Project

This week we’re talking to one of the newest breweries in New Jersey.  So new in fact that they have not opened…just yet.  Bradley Brew Project is the creation of a husband and wife team, Mike and Chelsey.  As you will hear, their love of craft beer brought them together and has fueled their passion to create their own take on a craft brewery. 

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Over Beers - Atco Brewing Company

I’m always impressed by people who follow their passion.  That can be said for most brewery owners and brewers.  It’s not a business for people who really aren’t in to it. Passion is a term you can really use for the partners at Atco Brewing Company in Atco New Jersey.  These guys still have day jobs and work all hours of the day to get the beer out.  

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Over Beers - Source Brewing

Phil Petracca and Greg Taylor of Source Brewing are spending a great deal of time paying attention to every detail of not just the brewing of the beer but the creation of the space that will become Source Brewing.   We sat down in Phil’s kitchen to have a conversation about those details, Over Beers.

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Over Beers - Last Wave Brewing Company

I recently visited Last Wave’s tasting room and found out how two guys, Nick Jiorle and Bert Roling, with a love of both beer and surfing decided to combine them and create a brewery in Point Pleasant Beach New Jersey.  

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Over Beers - Atlantic City Beer and Music Festival Part 2

Atlantic City Convention Center is the site for the 2018 Atlantic City Beer and Music Festival.  It's a great gathering of beer from all over, and especially New Jersey brewers.  I had the chance to sit down with people from 12 different breweries during the Saturday sessions and have some quick conversations.  Think of this as a special bottle release of Over Beers.  I think it's going to lead to more great conversations to come.  Here's the conversations from sessions 2 and 3 of AC Beer Fest.  

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Over Beers - Atlantic City Beer and Music Festival

Atlantic City Convention Center is the site for the 2018 Atlantic City Beer and Music Festival.  It's a great gathering of beer from all over, and especially New Jersey brewers.  I had the chance to sit down with people from 11 different breweries last night and have some quick conversations.  Think of this as a special bottle release of Over Beers.  I had the chance to catch up with some folks who have already been on the podcast and some people who haven't been yet and I think it's going to lead to more great conversations to come.  Here's the conversations from session 1 of AC Beer Fest.  

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Over Beers - Ludlum Island

"So exquisite is the cunning of mankind in gratifying their vices and appetites that they have invented a method to make water itself produce intoxication.” - Pliny the Elder.  A few weeks ago I visited the taproom of Ludlum Island Brewery in Ocean View New Jersey just outside Sea Isle City and had a chance to talk to owner Billy Topley and learn all about the secret tap, the beers they are making and got the story of Ludlum Island Brewery. 

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Over Beers - Flying Fish

A few weeks ago I sat down with Barry Holsten, Chris Vaughn and Lea Ann Wood, part of the brewing team at Flying Fish, in their tap room for this episode of Over Beers. In 1995 Flying Fish was started by Gene Muller as the world’s first virtual brewery.  Shortly after it became a real brewery now located in Somerdale New Jersey and the largest craft brewery in the state.  Talking with the brewers was a lot of fun and gave a great insight to how the largest brewery is working  to innovate.

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Over Beers - Human Village Brewing Co

The Human Village Brewing Co. is the shared vision of Richard and Megan Myers. What began as brewing days, gathering family together to share time and love of craft, evolved into a passion project. With a strong concentration on European and lesser known beer styles, Richard and Megan emulate traditional brewing methods and continue the cultural heritage of handcrafting beer one small batch at a time. 

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Harlem Shake

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Over Beers - River Horse

“Sometimes, for better or worse, your dreams get the best of you”.   When you visit riverhorse.com, the very first think you see will be that quote.  Click on read more and you will learn more about the path that Chris Walsh, owner of River Horse took to get there.  A couple of weeks ago I sat down with Chris and Head Brewer Chris Rakow in the River Horse tap room in Ewing New Jersey. 

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Stouty Stout 2.0

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Over Beers - Vault Brewing Company

In 1889 Yardley National Bank opened its doors on South Main Street in Yardley Pennsylvania.  An 8000 pound vault door was installed prior to the construction’s completion.  For the next 120 or so years the vault was used to hold only money.  In October 2012 the vault was converted to hold something much more precious, it became a beer cellar when the Vault Brewing Company opened its doors to the public. 

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