|Don't wreck our show eh?|
- Craft Beer Talk - currently in their second season. I'm putting them first here because they actually mentioned me on one of their recent episodes after they tried Dogfish Head's Faithfull Ale and were talking about other brew/album collaboration names. Haven't listened to all of their episodes but sounds like they used to do a radio show in Buffalo that was preempted by Billy Ocean retro hits. Bummer for Buffaloians (?), awesome for us. Cuz now they record out of a basement and can cuss freely. Nick, Ethan and Chris bring a lot of knowledge and don't overload the shows with too many beers. I like that they sound like a couple guys sitting around drinking beer, meaning they get off on tangents just like a normal conversation would.
- Craft Beer Radio - Jeff and Greg bring a lot of knowledge as well and usually try a few different brews each episode. They do a good bit of teaching which is good. And as they say on their website, "Whether you are new to craft beer or have been drinking it for more than 20 years we have something for you".
- Beer School - Just as good as the others except that they evidently don't record as often. Their latest episode dates all the way back to September. But the couple episodes I've listened to are good; they're long, but very informative. And of course, the best part about beer school is the homework.
- Lastly, for you visual learners there's Hop Cast - Brad and Ken talk in front of a camera about beer, do interviews and bring you live footage from beer events. Like the others it centers around the hosts sampling a couple craft beers and discussing the taste, the style and anything else that comes to mind.