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Brewing TV: Episode 16 - Brewing with the Keelers/"Beer O' Clock" radio show


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Original postdate: August 27, 2010

- Jake & Lucretia Keeler brewing a Chocolate Milk Stout
- "Beer O'Clock" radio show with host The Beer Goddess

This one's for the ladies! We begin in the Keeler kitchen, where Jake is joined by his wife - Lucretia - in the brewing of a Chocolate Milk Stout. How's the old saying go? "Give a woman a beer, please her for a day. Teach her to brew, please her for a lifetime..." Right?  Then, BTV on the Radio. We visit Lisa Morrison aka The Beer Goddess during an episode of her craft beer radio show "Beer O'Clock" to get her input on women in craft beer and homebrewing.

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@D&D - There did used to be a link to BTV from northernbrewer.com/brewing, but we got preempted for the launch of Y1945 NeoBritannia and the TopTier drawing to bring John Blichmann, Jamil Zainasheff, and John Palmer to the winner's house for a brew day. Them's the breaks!

September 3, 2010 | Registered CommenterDawson

Boil overs occur because of the many nucleation points created when pellet hops break apart in the wort...

September 7, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterJayDub

You can't drink all day if you don't start in the morning!

December 8, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterThe J-Man

Slap it - lol

February 9, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterBrewer

I like this idea. My wife asked me to brew her an IPA the other day, I think I will have her do it instead.

March 21, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterErik

I am enjoying your show mucho mucho. That episode was a little tense. Maybe don't brew with your wife anymore on film. She's a little bossy on camera. I'm sure it is way different in the house though... This is my experience with most women. Bossy on Camera and totally fine at home... Another note... the more you can keep your camera man on THAT side of the camera... the better... Keep up the good work gents

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