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New Brew Review is a bi-weekly bonus podcast.  Each episode a new reviewer from the world of craft beer will try a new brew they have never had before and share what they think of it with you in a bonus podcast. As the reviewer should be trying a new beer, and recording at the same time we hope to capture a very honest review. Not what they hoped it would be or thought it should be. As a note the review does not necessarily reflect those of the Hoppy Craftsmen, but are those of the reviewer.

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Pueblo Vida Brewing Co.

115 EAST BROADWAY BOULEVARD
TUCSON, AZ, 85701

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New Brew Review

New Brew Review is a bi-weekly bonus podcast.  Each episode a new reviewer from the world of craft beer will try a new brew they have never had before and share what they think of it with you in a bonus podcast. As the reviewer should be trying a new beer, and recording at the same time we hope to capture a very honest review. Not what they hoped it would be or thought it should be. As a note the review does not necessarily reflect those of the Hoppy Craftsmen, but are those of the reviewer.

New Brew Review is a bi-weekly bonus podcast.  Each episode a new reviewer from the world of craft beer will try a new brew they have never had before and share what they think of it with you in a bonus podcast. As the reviewer should be trying a new beer, and recording at the same time we hope to capture a very honest review. Not what they hoped it would be or thought it should be. As a note the review does not necessarily reflect those of the Hoppy Craftsmen, but are those of the reviewer.

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Arizona Wilderness Brewing Co.
Gilbert, AZ United States

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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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For as little as a dollar a month you can help a bearded white guy drink a good craft beer. Your generous donation will help supply thousands with the gift of more podcasts and we are pretty sure inappropriate humor as well. Invest in Us! 

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Tell someone you know about our show! If you know that a friend likes or loves craft beer tell them to give us a listen. Or if you know someone who is new to craft beer and you are tired of telling them about the scene, let us be your soap box! Or have an amazing whale that you want to share with the world. Go on your social media platform of choice and give us a shout out. Use the hashtag #hoppycraftsmen and we’ll respond in kind. Probably in some form of emoji and maybe a super rad type of comment. You get the picture.

New Brew Review

New Brew Review is a bi-weekly bonus podcast.  Each episode a new reviewer from the world of craft beer will try a new brew they have never had before and share what they think of it with you in a bonus podcast. As the reviewer should be trying a new beer, and recording at the same time we hope to capture a very honest review. Not what they hoped it would be or thought it should be. As a note the review does not necessarily reflect those of the Hoppy Craftsmen, but are those of the reviewer.

Anyone in the Arizona craft beer scene has invariably heard of Pueblo Vida Brewing Company based out of Tucson.  Now it’s no secret that the magical elixir inside the cans that Pueblo Vida is producing is nothing short of life changing, but you’d be hard pressed to admit that the design work on the labels is also nothing short of amazing.  Even before I had ever sampled any of the beers in those cans, I yearned to have those cans, those labels in my possession so I could take my time and ponder at the complexity and attention to detail of the amazing designs adorning each and every new Pueblo Vida can release.  Well my crafty readers, those designs are the work of one Ryan Trayte at Saywells Design Co. also based in the Old Pueblo (read: Tucson).  In most if not all of our social media posts showcasing Pueblo Vida, we typically also tag and fawn all over Saywells design in those posts as well.  Personally wanting to more about what makes Ryan tick, what some of his influences were and where he gets his inspiration for his designs was a task that I knew would be fun to delve into.  Ryan was enthusiastically down to participate, sit back and learn more about the man and the process behind those beautiful Pueblo Vida cans, and some of the other things that Ryan at Saywells Design Co has going on.

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