Matt Peterson of Sigma Brewing Company sat down with host Josh Stewart to discuss the opening of their brewery located in Houston’s East End. They also talked about reuben sandwiches. For a long time. If you get through this episode and don’t crave a reuben you don’t love reubens. This is InterBrews.
Episode 126 was recorded at Eureka Heights Brewing Company. In this episode Host Josh Stewart sat down with Eureka Heights head brewer and founder Casey Motes to discuss his new brewery, his awesome beers, his favorite country music artists and his love for puns. Enjoy the show and head down to Eureka Heights and check out their taproom and take home a crowler. This is InterBrews.
Episode 124 of InterBrews was recorded at Baa Baa Brewhouse in Brookshire, TX. Owners Marcus and Kinga Wunderle sat down with host Josh Stewart to discuss their beers, their passions and their vision foe their brewery. Go check out this family oriented haven and tell them InterBrews sent you. Enjoy the conversation. This is InterBrews.
Volume 1 of the Best of InterBrews goes way back to June 17 of 2012. Our first interview with Saint Arnold Brewer Aaron Inkrott. Enjoy the look back and the look at how the Houston craft beer scene looked back in the day. This is InterBrews.
Episode 122 was recoded on location in Porter, Tx at Back Pew Brewing. Founder and head brewer Bobby Harl sat down with us to discuss tree folk, brewing inspired horror movies, The South vs Texas, Hell House, PhDs and of course Back Pew’s great beers!! So enjoy this episode and head out to Back Pew Brewing in Porter, TX. This is InterBrews.
Episode 121 was recorded at Griffin Meadery in Willis, TX. Jon Odom, head mead maker and founder of Enchanted Manor Meadery joins the conversation with Griffin Meadery’s Bruce Leslie and InterBrews host Josh Stewart to tell how EMM became the official mead of The Texas Renaissance Festival and all about his awesome meads. Also discussed is the Texas Mead Fest, The Texas Mead Cup and much, much more. This Is InterBrews.