Today we talk and sample coffee beers. We’ve got a [toned down] assortment of beers that we’ve selected that used some form of coffee in the brewing process. Whether the beers be brewed with coffee beans, coffee grounds or cold brew coffee as an additive, the beers that we sample and discuss in today’s show are all beers that have had some form of coffee added.
In today’s episode, we’re joined by a couple New Zealanders from Crocky’s Cold Brew and we discuss some of the hurdles and challenges of bringing a new product to a new market… That product? Cold brewed nitro coffee. We have a good time chatting about how Crocky got started with cold brew and nitro coffee and where he plans to take it with those #CreamyMouthfeels
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In today’s episode we talk with Brian Mitchell from the Max Restaurant Group which owns and manages 11 different restaurants. Brian is the beverage manager and oversees product selection and creating drinks for the beverage program within those restaurants. Gary Riccinni is the owner and founder of The Cold Brew Coffee Company and uses some unique processes to pack, store and process his cold brew coffees to chains such as Brian’s restaurants.
We’re joined by Cary’s brother-in-law who got Cary into homebrewing. Rick joins us to talk about healthy eating, MCT coffee and living a healthy, active, outdoor lifestyle. In the process, we share a few beers and have a few laughs about the tipping point with overusing MCT oil.
Today, we’re talking MOLD. Yes, that kind of mold. We discuss causes of mold in cold brew and steps that you can take to help prevent mold in your cold brew. Once again, we talk about cleaning and sanitization and the importance of proper cleaning and sanitization of your cold brew systems.
In this episode we discuss the various ways that you can achieve the “nitro effect” when pouring and serving Nitro Coffee. This seems to be one of the most elusive and sought after tricks of the trade that many people have problems with, but as you’ll learn in this episode, it doesn’t have to be hard and it certainly isn’t hard to make it happen.