(NSFW) This week’s episode finds Nate and Chris at the Juicy Brews Festival in Tucson. The brain child of Hop Culture Magazine, the Juicy Brews Festival is a traveling festival selling out all over the country. It focuses on, you guessed it, juicy ipas as well as a beer festival the Hop Culture Magazine crew would really want to go to. During the festival they catch up with Chase from AZ Wilderness and Luke from Wren House Brewing Co. They gush over more Pueblo Vida beers with owner and brewer Kyle. Then Ryan and Kristen from Dark Sky Brewing come say what up. Brittany and Jonathan two big supporters of the show get to see what it’s like on the other side of the mic. Finally, a super busy Kenny Gould, Juicy Brews Organizer sits down with us after we get someone to cover for him.
Our Guest Info:
- Arizona Wilderness
- Wren House
- Dark Sky Brewing
- Pueblo Vida Brewing
- Hop Culture Magazine
- Brittanie and Jonathan
Music Credit: Takotsubo Men
The assorted sounds of three ageing humans hitting things in a studio for five days. Beautifully nasty and pretty vile at times but ultimately gorgeous. Enjoy!
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