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1st and 15th

  • 1st and 15th: Episode 15: Casey's Awful 367 IBU IPA, with @Atmosphere_Beer

    Oct. 5, 2016, 16m — The bonus content from Casey's conversation with Atmosphere Beer, where Casey and the guys drink Casey's awful over-hopped IPA. Also, please buy tickets to Casey's comedy show! It's called Last Call Comedy Showcase and it is in Tacoma, WA, and doors open at 11:30 PM on October 22.

  • 1st and 15th: Episode 14: Ballast Point Homebrew Competition Runners Up, @Atmosphere_Beer

    Sept. 20, 2016, 1h 28m — Casey is joined by runners up of the Ballast Point 20th Anniversary Homebrew Contest, Atmosphere Beer. The home brewery is comprised of Tristan and Kyle, and they talk to Casey about the origins of their homebrewing hobby, and drink many of the beers they have brewed, including the ESB that almost won the contest.

  • 1st and 15th: Episode 13: The Copper Door

    July 20, 2016, 1h 3m — I stopped in at my local bottle shop before they opened one morning, toured their upcoming expansion, which will include a restaurant and a private room, and we recorded the podcast in that room. Guest include Craig Moore, Xander McVicker, and comedian Aaron Kirby. ‚Äč

  • 1st and 15th: Episode 12: Colin Harvin of 21st Amendment Returns to Talk About Leaving

    April 19, 2016, 57m — Colin Harvin is one of Casey's better friends in the beer industry, and Casey and Colin's time in Tacoma have nearly run parallel. Colin started out as a bartender at a bar just outside of Tacoma, and eventually worked for two local breweries before becoming a sales rep for 21st Amendment. Colin recently accepted another position within 21st Amendment which will cause him to move back to Georgia, where he's from. He talks about his progression through the beer industry, beer culture in America's

  • 1st and 15th: Episode 11: Casey's Wife Returns

    April 5, 2016, 26m — Casey's wife returns to talk about her continued evolution as a beer drinker, beers she has liked recently, and to give one word and audible expression reactions to the mention of beer styles, and much of what Casey has to say.

  • 1st and 15th: Episode 10: Shane Johns of E9 Brewery

    March 2, 2016, 51m — Shane Johns of E9 Brewery in Tacoma, Washington joins the podcast to talk about the Belgian influence of his beer, the brewery's ordinary past, exciting present, and some of the beers coming in the future.

  • 1st and 15th: Episode 9: Jeffrey Stuffings of Jester King Brewery

    Feb. 17, 2016, 25m — Casey is joined by Jester King Brewery founder Jeffrey Stuffings. Jester King is one of the most innovative breweries in the country, both adhering to traditional Belgian brewing methods, and railing hard against conventional brewery strategies.

  • 1st and 15th: Episode 8: Offspeed Meets Eno Sarris and Importer David Oshiro

    Jan. 26, 2016, 1h — Aaron Kirby (of Offspeed Podcast) and Casey recorded in Seattle. Aaron didn't do much talking because Casey forgot his mic, but all four of these guys spent part of the evening at an independent professional wrestling event for which Aaron did the Ring announcing. They talk about beer, both its history in their lives and about the specific beers consumed during and prior to this podcast recording. Eno talked about his upbringing and how he became the man he is today.

  • 1st and 15th: Episode 7: Kim Jordan and Christine Perich of New Belgium

    Sept. 2, 2015, 12m — Kim Jordan is one of the founders of New Belgium, and Christine Perich is the new CEO of New Belgium. Christina is taking over for Kim, and this is a great opportunity to hear them talk about what the change in roles means to each of them.

  • 1st and 15th: Episode Six -- Kendall Jones on Dick Cantwell: American Hero

    Aug. 17, 2015, 35m — Kendall Jones, knower of many beer things, stops by the podcast to talk about Dick Cantwell. Cantwell was one of the founders of Elysian Brewing, and left Elysian quickly after the brewery was sold to Anheuser-Busch. Cantwell has been a beacon for independent brewers, and has only re-cemented that status with his recent departure from Elysian. Kendal Jones is the author of Washington Beer Blog and Go Find Beer, both of which he runs with his lovely and talented wife Kim.

  • 1st and 15th: Episode Five -- My Fiancee

    June 2, 2015, 39m — I coax my fiancee in front of a microphone to talk about her growing love of beer, following up on my post about the same topic last week.

  • 1st and 15th: Episode Four -- Eno Sarris and Casey's First Trade Partner

    May 19, 2015, 47m — This episode Casey talks to Eno Sarris and one of his first trade partners, Erik Allen, about trading beer.

  • 1st and 15th: Episode Three -- Mark Iafrate of The Beer Exchange

    May 4, 2015, 33m — Mark Iafrate is one of the founders of The Beer Exchange, a website that makes beer trading much easier. He talks about local beer values, trading power, and some of the intricacies of trading.

  • 1st and 15th: Episode Two -- Colin Harvin of 21st Amendment

    April 16, 2015, 55m — Casey sits down with Colin Harvin, a friend of his and a rep for 21st Amendment. Colin brought along some Down to Earth Session IPA, a session beer that is more complex than many of us have grown accustomed to and Monk's Blood, a Belgian Strong Dark Ale.

  • 1st and 15th: First Episode -- Chris Ray of Center of the Universe & Jamie Floyd of Ninkasi Brewing

    April 2, 2015, 42m — On the first episode of 1st and 15th, we talk to Chris Ray, formerly of Major League Baseball and now an owner of a brewery called Center of the Universe in Virginia, and also Jamie Floyd, the co-founder and founding brewer of Ninkasi Brewing Company in Eugene Oregon. Right click and save to download to your computer.