Mon, 21 June 2010
Wheat beers are very popular these days. This year alone, the OCB listing for wheat beers has shot up from one brand to five! Why are they so popular? Why are they so refreshing? Why are they cloudy?
Listen in as Mirella Amato of Beerology asks Joel Manning, brewmaster for Mill Street Brewery, and Jonathan Graham, a representative for Muskoka Cottage Brewery wheat’s up with these refreshing brews?
In the second half of the podcast, taste along with Joel and Jonathan as they sample the Mill Street Belgian-Style Wit Beer and Muskoka Cottage Hefe-Weissbier and explore the similarities and differences between the two styles.
Thu, 3 June 2010
The Third Annual Brewer’s Plate took place recently at the University of Toronto’s Hart House. Bigger and better than ever, this unique "sustainable feast" celebrates Ontario’s bountiful produce, matching specially-selected dishes with featured beers from Ontario’s craft brewers.
Guests at the memorable evening saw brewery personalities and virtuoso chefs getting together to practice the goLocal philosophy, and to discourse on the defining elements that make choosing Ontario Craft Beer so easy for today's beer drinker.
We were able to catch up with many of the participants and compile this special podcast of interviews.