Podcasts: The High and Mighty Beer Show

The High and Mighty Beer Show

Three brothers, a world of beer and a spit bucket. An often amusing, sometimes educational and always opinionated glimpse into the world of beer with your guides beer importers the Shelton Brothers – Dan, Joel, Will and Robert.

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The High and Mighty Beer Show 87 (7/27/13)

In this All-American show, Dan is joined by Jolly Pumpkin’s Ron Jeffries, St Somewhere’s Bob Sylvester, and Matt The Socialist.

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The High and Mighty Beer Show 86 (7/20/13)

The revolutionary German brewers Braustelle/Freigeist/Monarchy drop in to discuss gose, spruce poaching, and being Prussian.

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The High and Mighty Beer Show 85 (7/13/13)

The makers of Czech beer Kout return to explain why their beer is better than Pilsner Urquell, while Germany’s brewers Braustelle pop in for a cameo.

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The High and Mighty Beer Show 84 (7/6/13)

Jan Skala and Adrian Šaroch of legendary revivalist Czech brewery Kout na Šumavě pay a rare visit to the US to reveal the true origins of Pilsner

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The High and Mighty Beer Show 83 (6/29/13)

Short on beer info but packed with witty repartee, this wacky edition of the show features a call-in to the Shelton Bros’ mom, who riffs on God and Samuel Adams

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The High and Mighty Beer Show 82 (6/22/13)

The boys ring up old friend Yvan De Baets, Belgian historian, nobel hop head, and brewer of the superbly dry…

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The High and Mighty Beer Show 81 (6/15/13)

In NYC, Mikkeller’s Jacob Gram Alsing discusses the visionary gypsy brewery’s newest projects- west coast bars, Danish moonshine, and 3-month-long family leave for dads.

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The High and Mighty Beer Show 80 (6/8/13)

Tore Gynther, Mikkeller-protegé, Viking, and creator of the infamous “F@#! Art” ales, joins the Shelton team for an obscenity-laced look at recent Danish zymurgy and beer label design.

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The High and Mighty Beer Show 79 (6/1/13)

Brewer, historian, equestrian, and flower-picker Urban Winkler explains the real history behind the German Beer Purity Law and the evil “gruit” beers that inspired it.

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The High and Mighty Beer Show 78 (5/25/13)

An American-swill tasting leads to a phone call to Urban Winkler, Franconian brewer and historian, who explains why all lagers are not created equal.

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