What You Missed On Beer Sessions Radio™: Wrapping July Good Beer Month

PBAnd that’s a wrap! July Good Beer Month ends today, with the upcoming announcement of the Good Beer Seal Awards (it’s gonna be a heck of a party, with 10 – count ‘em 10!!! – new GBS bars coming into the fold). In the meantime, Beer Sessions Radio™ host Jimmy Carbone is closing out July with an eclectic and dynamic group of industry friends, including first-time visitor Betsy Andrews from Saveur Magazine, who shares some of her favorite beers and contemplates why there’s Amazeballs but not Amazeboobs (which would, of course, be a milk stout).

Also in the studio is GBS bar owner Joe Carroll from Spuyten Duyvil, Peekskill Brewery‘s head brewer Jeff O’Neil, Andrew McLeod of Sixpoint, Sean McCain of Bronx Brewery, and Hilary Krishnan with The Barman’s Fund, an organization whose bartenders commit to donating one day’s tips each month to charity. With chapters in NYC, New Orleans, Charlotte and now Austin, The Barman’s Fund is helping make a difference in communities nationwide.

The group also discusses the IPA v. Pale Ale evolution, and where to find great beer. The answer? Everywhere! Or as Jeff O’Neil puts it perfectly, “There’s so much good beer available now. It’s an embarrassment of riches.”

Catch the full episode here.


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