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#BT 036: Ukhamba Beerworx

Ever had traditional African beer? Owner and founder, Lethu is incorporating ancestral brewing techniques to bridge the gap between Western and traditional beer, making his…

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#BT 035: Woodstock Brewery

Located in Woodstock suburb, but influenced by the music festival (including sex, drugs and rock ‘n roll), the brewery is a Cape Town favourite with…

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#BT 034: Tuk Tuk Microbrewery

Dewald knows quite a bit about brewing, probably why he is the head brewer at Tuk Tuk microbrewery in Franschhoek. The brewery falls under the…

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#BT 033: The Kennel Brewery

Paul is the owner/founder of The Kennel Brewery located in the suburbs of Durbanville. He is probably one of the friendliest guys in the industry….

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#BT 032: Toast Ale

The future of what we eat is changing, not just with what we eat but also how and why. Sourcing quality and responsibly grown food is…

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#BT 031: Pliny and Friends

We drink the best IPA’s from the USA and compare to our best in South Africa. Greg and Karl from Beer Country join me to take…

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#BT 030: Soul Barrel Brewing Co.

Nick Smith is from the USA and has worked for breweries like New Belgium and Abita. In 2016 he moved to Franschhoek, South Africa to…

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#BT 029: Real Beer Revolution

Mike is the master behind one of the countries most popular beer blogs, Real Beer Revolution. He has tasted and reviewed many a fine beer…

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#BT 028: Franschhoek Beer Co.

Olaf is the head brewer at Franschhoek Beer Co. and is making some world class beers. Predominantly a wine area, Franschhoek is now a breeding…

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