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#BT 040: Drinking Cider with a Hollywood Star

Michael Everson is a Hollywood star, but is better known as a cider pioneer in South Africa. On top of that he has a beautiful…

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#BT 039: Mountain Brewing Co and making Cherry Beer

Mountain Brewing Co. is located in a beautiful part of South Africa, surrounded by mountains and rivers. Their beers are beautiful too! We chat to…

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#BT 038: Drifter Brewing talks Alaska, Witches, Beavertown, Ocean Aged Beer and Crowdfunding

We need more folks like Nick and Anna. Why are they traveling to the USA so much? How do we make bacon beer? What is…

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#BT 037: Aegir Project

Founder, owner and brewer, Rory is the epitome of craft beer. Having worked in breweries in New Zealand and the UK, he has now settled…

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Mash No1: The Frontier

In this episode, I mash in with Brendan Hart from Frontier brewery based in Johannesburg.  We chat about getting wood for barrel ageing, South African…

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#BT 036: Ukhamba Beerworx

Ever had traditional African beer? Owner and founder, Lethu is incorporating ancestral brewing techniques to bridge the gap between Western and traditional beer, making his…

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#BT 035: Woodstock Brewery

Located in Woodstock suburb, but influenced by the music festival (including sex, drugs and rock ‘n roll), the brewery is a Cape Town favourite with…

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#BT 034: Tuk Tuk Microbrewery

Dewald knows quite a bit about brewing, probably why he is the head brewer at Tuk Tuk microbrewery in Franschhoek. The brewery falls under the…

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#BT 033: The Kennel Brewery

Paul is the owner/founder of The Kennel Brewery located in the suburbs of Durbanville. He is probably one of the friendliest guys in the industry….

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#BT 032: Toast Ale

The future of what we eat is changing, not just with what we eat but also how and why. Sourcing quality and responsibly grown food is…

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