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Brülosophy and Experimental Brewing are the only ones I listen to. Both excellent.
I tried with the Brülosophy one, I listen to them in the car on the way to work and I got lost with all the stuff in it about American and Canadian breweries. Maybe I need to give it another go...... I’ll check out experimental brewing too, thanks
 

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I think Yakima Valley Hops have started a podcast called “The Late Addition” that I keep meaning to listen to
 

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Andrew Lynch (High Road Brewery) - Great content and production quality.

Owen Puckett (Blue Trouser Brewer) - Another Great Channel [concentrating on Brewtools kit] - good humour.

Richard Williams (Dudes Brews) - Seasoned pro.

These 3 guys along with Chris host the twice monthly podcast - The Hop Addition (not Edition, that’s a different pod). These 4 lads are UK brewers with a lot of knowledge, humour and decent content.


Please subscribe and share; the lads would appreciate it.
 

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Andrew Lynch (High Road Brewery) - Great content and production quality.

Owen Puckett (Blue Trouser Brewer) - Another Great Channel [concentrating on Brewtools kit] - good humour.

Richard Williams (Dudes Brews) - Seasoned pro.

These 3 guys along with Chris host the twice monthly podcast - The Hop Addition (not Edition, that’s a different pod). These 4 lads are UK brewers with a lot of knowledge, humour and decent content.


Please subscribe and share; the lads would appreciate it.
I must admit I was put off the first episode of the Hop Addition I listened to as it was like they were trying to force swear words into every sentence rather unnaturally. I have no problem with swearing, and it's something I do frequently, but I thought it was a bit childish to be trying too hard to use bad language, and making such a big deal of it.
I listened to an episode recently and noticed it's been toned down quite a bit and was much more enjoyable.

Dudes Brews is one of my favorite channels and well worth a sub athumb..
 

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I must admit I was put off the first episode of the Hop Addition I listened to as it was like they were trying to force swear words into every sentence rather unnaturally. I have no problem with swearing, and it's something I do frequently, but I thought it was a bit childish to be trying too hard to use bad language, and making such a big deal of it.
I listened to an episode recently and noticed it's been toned down quite a bit and was much more enjoyable.

Dudes Brews is one of my favorite channels and well worth a sub athumb..
Thanks for the feedback, I will make sure that it reaches the lads. The podcast has moved on quite significantly - the lads do tend to have a few drinks so language can be a tad loose but it has really has settled into a great source of good information for Home Brewers. As with all podcasts, not every personality fits with everyone, but it does have a growing community that isn’t difficult to become a part of. Give it another go !!! Thanks.
 

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I must admit I was put off the first episode of the Hop Addition I listened to as it was like they were trying to force swear words into every sentence rather unnaturally. I have no problem with swearing, and it's something I do frequently, but I thought it was a bit childish to be trying too hard to use bad language, and making such a big deal of it.
I listened to an episode recently and noticed it's been toned down quite a bit and was much more enjoyable.

Dudes Brews is one of my favorite channels and well worth a sub athumb..
And do check out Andy and Owen’s YouTube Channels too.
 

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I quite like 'Draft Cat Brewing' and 'Dudes Brew' on YouTube for UK content. Sounds like you're OK for US content - just wanted to say my personnel favorites are Genus Brewing (especially the early content) and Barley and the Hops TV.
 

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I must admit I was put off the first episode of the Hop Addition I listened to as it was like they were trying to force swear words into every sentence rather unnaturally. I have no problem with swearing, and it's something I do frequently, but I thought it was a bit childish to be trying too hard to use bad language, and making such a big deal of it.
I listened to an episode recently and noticed it's been toned down quite a bit and was much more enjoyable.

Dudes Brews is one of my favorite channels and well worth a sub athumb..
I agree, there’s a ton of really fantastic information on the hop addition - if you can make it through each episode because the swearing banter is cringeworthy.
 

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Andrew Lynch (High Road Brewery) - Great content and production quality.

Owen Puckett (Blue Trouser Brewer) - Another Great Channel [concentrating on Brewtools kit] - good humour.

Richard Williams (Dudes Brews) - Seasoned pro.

These 3 guys along with Chris host the twice monthly podcast - The Hop Addition (not Edition, that’s a different pod). These 4 lads are UK brewers with a lot of knowledge, humour and decent content.


Please subscribe and share; the lads would appreciate it.
Second Drunk Delilha for all his recommendations also add in "Brew a Bit Rick Shaw" and the Dog and Partridge for kit reviews
 

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By the mash tun is great, but as noted is no longer posting new content. Couldn’t get on with The Hop Addition, sorry.

I know this going off topic but there are some great US shows out there. BeerSmith Homebrewing, Basic Brewing, plus they have website and video channel. Brülosophy and Experimental brewing.

If you are up for YouTube try out The Ginger Brewers (I like because they use a Klarstein Maschfeist - which I have so I can learn a boy more about it), a bit chaotic but informative none the less. Plus there are the David Heath videos which are under informative.
 
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There's a thread here: British homebrew podcasts/YouTube channels
Not sure if there's anything there that hasn't already been mentioned.
Like @Wobbly13, I liked By The Mash Tun when it was regularly posted, and I too never really got on with The Hop Addition, though I do follow the youtube channels of a couple of the people on there, which I like.
 

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