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See What You Can Brew E8 - Josh Bernstein - Drink Better Beer

Johnathan Hagen

Josh Bernstein is a Brooklyn-based beer, spirits, food & travel journalist, hazebro zombie-slayer, and all-around beer expert. John & Doug sat down with Mr. Bernstein to chat about his latest book (Drink Better Beer), the state of the craft industry, and the hottest topic in the beer world today – beer slushies.

If you can't get enough of the attractive rapscallion that is Josh Bernstein you can always find more at his website. We'd recommend his upcoming Homebrew Tour which is happening on November 9th.

Upcoming Events - Brew for a Cure

Brew for a Cure is a Charity Homebrew Competition that celebrates craft beer for a good cause. The event showcases some of the finest homebrewers that the Tri-State area has to offer as well as local breweries and business who sponsor by donating beer samples, raffle prizes, or gear. Homebrewers generously donate their time and beer which range from traditional styles to outside-the-box brews that always cover a wide spectrum of flavor. We expect there to be well over 30 different beers to try. Make sure to vote for your favorite!

In the past, raffle prizes have ranged from beer packs from breweries, to apparel, to learn-to-brew classes. 100% of raffle purchases go towards the donation! All proceeds will be donated to St. Jude’s Children's Research Hospital. Get your tickets here.

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See What You Can Brew is a community oriented homebrewing podcast that will give you insights into the awesome things happening in the world of New York City Homebrewing! We’ll talk about what homebrewers are up to, different beer styles, brewing tips and troubleshooting, interviews with professional and amateur brewers, answers to listeners questions and witty banter from your favorite homebrew shop owners. See What You Can Brew is produced and recorded at Bitter & Esters, located at 700 Washington Ave. in world-famous Brooklyn, NY.



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