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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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#BT 027: Afro Caribbean Brewing Co.

Greg is the owner and founder of Banana Jam Cafe and of his “side” project, ACBC. We chatted about growlers, canning and beers from around…

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#BT 026: Shackleton Brewing Company

Stephen tells a great story of how he came up with the name of his brewery. He is an adventurer at heart and loves to…

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#BT 025: Fools & Fans

The Fools & Fans Beer Festival in Greyton is becoming a very popular weekend festival in South Africa. We chatted to Greg and Karl from…

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#BT 024: Lakeside Brewing Co.

Morne and Scott are two good buddies of mine who know a thing or two about beer. They talk about the rebranding and ethos behind…

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#BT 023: Beer for Dummies

Roscoe is the director from Brewing the Republic, yet his knowledge on beer is somewhat lacking. We sat down and drank some Mikkeller and Stone…

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#BT 022: USA Beer with Dane

Dane lives in North Carolina and is surrounded by breweries. What an awful burden for one man. He “muled” some of his favourite beers to…

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#BT 021: Lagunitas with Tony Magee

Tony is the founder of one of the biggest and most popular breweries in the US. He started Lagunitas Brewing Co in 1993 just outside…

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#BT 020: Citizen Beer

Gary started Citizen in a small cellar with a few buddies back in 2012. At one point the Alliance Amber Ale was Cape Town’s number…

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