We’re Drinking Away From Home on Our Latest Podcast!

On this episode we talk about a great summer tradition – drinking away from home! Don shares his impressions of a couple of Idaho brewers; Wallace Brewing and Laughing Dog, as well as reviewing Four Roses small batch bourbon. Jim talks about the beer scene in Wisconsin and reviews a couple of goodies from New Glarus and Central Waters. Also, The Brothers are joined for Fun Facts by their sister Wendi, who talks about how she tortured Don as a child.  All this and more on this action-packed edition of The Invisible TV Show!

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7 Comments on “We’re Drinking Away From Home on Our Latest Podcast!”

  1. Evan
    August 17, 2010 at 12:10 pm #

    You mentioned something about some craft breweries in the future possibly going on the “wayside” and turning in to strictly business, and not cooperators in the craft brewing movement. I think we’re already seeing this with a few breweries; Magic Hat, Pyramid, Redhook/Widmer/Kona, and a few others.

    • Don
      August 17, 2010 at 12:40 pm #

      I would say that is true too, Evan. There have been a couple of prominent examples of breweries suing each other over trade infringement, etc. Largely to this point that has been frowned upon by both the consumer and the other brewers. Let’s hope that remains the pervasive attitude and we don’t get to the point where every brewery has a legal department.

      • Evan
        August 17, 2010 at 1:00 pm #

        Like Magic Hat’s unbelievably stupid lawsuit against Georgetown Brewing here in Seattle. Apparently Magic Hat now owns the number “9.”

      • Evan
        August 17, 2010 at 1:02 pm #

        Magic Hat’s beer = Magic Hat #9

        Georgetown’s Beer = 9lb Porter

        Who would mix these up, and cause harm to Magic Hat in the process? The 9lb Porter was actually a beer paying homage to a landmark bar in Seattle called the 9lb Hammer.

        • Don
          August 17, 2010 at 1:07 pm #

          From everything I’ve heard Magic Hat should concentrate on making better beer than messing with nomenclature lawsuits. I had a 9lb porter on tap a couple months ago and thought it was pretty good.

      • Evan
        August 17, 2010 at 1:09 pm #

        Georgetown does a pretty good job with its stuff. None of it is mindblowing, “breaking new ground” beer, but what they make is solid.

        • Don
          August 17, 2010 at 1:12 pm #

          That is how I would characterize it Evan…solid.

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