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Come and Brew It Radio

Come and Brew It Radio is an audio podcast series brought to you by Stubby's Texas Brewing Inc. featuring a regular rotation of TBI staff, industry friends, and expert guests meant to bring you great brewing information. This podcast along with our Come and Brew It video series are intended to make you better brewers! Be sure to check us out at Txbrewing.com for more information and our other series of educational resource videos, along with a great selection of products. - See more at: http://www.txbrewing.com/storeblog/come-and-brew-it-radio-episode-3-competition-talk-pt-1/#sthash.I8BPwKqr.dpuf
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Dec 23, 2015

In this episode, we have special guests and friends of TBI, Ryan Deyo and Mike Goldfuss of The Collective Brewing Project in the Come and Brew It studio. They started their brewpub off St. Louis street on the Near Southside part of Fort Worth just over a year ago and have been going strong since then. From their beginning they’ve been able to try out new brews and add to their core lineup, including a chance to give a special emphasis to brewing sours and--more recently--barrel aging. They were the first in Fort Worth to package beers-to-go with a crowler machine and they are well known for their Mustache Rye’d Porter, Tropic Thunder green tea saison, Pale Galaxy session IPA, and especially, their Petite Golden Sour. Plus, they recently began packaging special releases with their American Sour Red. Here, we discuss where The Collective began, where it’s going, their experience in the FTW craft scene, and their plans for tackling more extensive sour aging in the future. - See more at: http://www.txbrewing.com/storeblog/

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