Episode 175 – Sono 1420 America’s Maritime Distillery – Ted Dumbauld

This episode features ⁠Ted Dumbauld⁠ of ⁠Sono 1420 America’s Maritime Distillery⁠. Ted’s path to distilling originated from the cannabis industry. He had the idea to build a brand at the intersection of cannabis and alcohol. The innovation that he’s brought to the spirits world is a hemp based product. Ted took hemp seed and added it to the… Keep Reading

Whiskey Tangents/Scotland – Laura Fields

This episode features ⁠Laura Fields⁠ with ⁠The Seed Spark Project⁠. Laura is back to discuss her journey to Scotland and update us on Rosen Rye. Laura blind tastes 2 expressions as we catch up on our favorite subject… whiskey history. Be sure to support our sponsor ⁠⁠⁠⁠Brewscuits⁠⁠⁠⁠ and use the code fa2024 at checkout for 15% off your entire order.… Keep Reading

Episode 174 – Brewery Tours On Tour – Glenn Smith

This episode featured ⁠Glenn Smith⁠ of ⁠Brewery Tours⁠. We got to tour Lancaster with Glenn and visit three breweries. What you get to experience is a wonderful education of beer and a guided tasting of three breweries that offer an array of different expressions. Brewery Tours is also a history lesson into the highlighted city and beer itself.… Keep Reading

Episode 173 -Fresh Pressed Beverage – Judy Elahi

This episode features⁠ Judy Elahi⁠ of F⁠resh Pressed Beverage⁠. Like many stories that we hear, Fresh Pressed Beverage began during covid. Judy looked to help restaurants with cocktail development and bar organization, as well as, what she does on a daily basis. She focuses much of her attention on private and corporate events, restaurant and bar consulting… Keep Reading

Episode 172 – Wildfether Distilling – Tommy Alfinito

This episode features ⁠Tommy Alfinito⁠ of ⁠Wildfether Distilling⁠. Tommy is a former gym owner who had a dream to open a brewery. His experiences got him into Japanese Whiskey. He got deeper and deeper into whiskey which led him to the idea of opening a distillery. His hometown of Haddonfield was seeking to have someone open a distillery.… Keep Reading

Episode 171 – Siwani Spirits – Camylle Coley

This episode features ⁠Camylle Coley⁠ of ⁠Siwani Spirits⁠. Siwani is the brainchild that was produced over an evolution of ideas. It all emanated from Gullah and GeeChee culture. During covid Camylle began to study the culture and her connection to the people and her ancestry. She also discovered whiskey, in particular, rice whiskey. She pondered “What if there… Keep Reading

Episode 170 – Hempzels – Shawn House

This episode features Shawn House of Hempzels. Shawn’s company began in 1997. The journey began with a high protein, sourdough crunchy pretzel that utilized the flour derived from hemp. It was expanded to a soft pretzel that has a nutty flavor and a pillowy texture. The line has evolved to peanut butter, mustard and a… Keep Reading

Episode 169 – Philadelphia Bee Co. – Don Shump

This episode features ⁠Don Shump⁠ of ⁠Philadelphia Bee Company⁠. Don began bee keeping in 2007. He had taken up bee keeping as a hobby and he fell in love with it. He started volunteering in a community garden. Then he bought a couple of hives which multiplied exponentially. The next obvious step was to start his own bee… Keep Reading

Episode 168 – A Bar Above – Chris Tunstall

This episode features ⁠Chris Tunstall⁠ of ⁠A Bar Above.⁠ Chris began tending bar in 2003. At the time he was going to school for molecular biology. This education has transferred into his love oft cocktails. Once behind the bar everything clicked for him. In those early years he got deep into mixology. His knowledge began to grow exponentially… Keep Reading

Episode 167 – Gin de Las Californias – Adhel Martinez

This episode features ⁠Adhel Martinez⁠ of ⁠Gin de Las Californias⁠. ⁠Iván Saldaña⁠ desired to make a product that told the story of the terroir of the region, as well as, the people and the culture of California. It’s the region that encompasses Mexico and the United States. This gin pays homage to the region’s botanicals, plants and resources that… Keep Reading

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