The Brewing Network Show- a reintroduction

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Hey kids,
It's been a while since the launch of The Brewing Network Show, so
maybe it's time to let those of you who may be unaware in on what has
to be the best deal in homebrew history. The Brewing Network Show is a
weekly internet radio webcast about home and craft beer brewing. The
hosts (or Brewcasters, as we like to call 'em ;-) ) are Justin
Crossley, Jon Plise and Doctor Scott. Justin is a homebrewer with a
background in internet radio, you may recognize Jon as the shop manager
at the Concord Beer, Beer and More Beer retail store (he is also an
award-winning homebrewer) and Doctor Scott, who in addition to being an
actual doctor (OK, he's a dentist) is also the president of the Diablo
Order of Zymiracle Enthusiasts. As always, helping out in the studio
are the ever-popular German bombshell Daniela and the lovely Natty
Dread.

Each live webcast features beer industry news, beer-trivia games in
which listeners can win prizes, tasting, critiques of listener-brewed
beers and interviews with top homebrewers (like Jamil Zainasheff) and
professional craft brewers from around the world (like Vinny Cilurzo of
Russian River Brewing.) Listeners can call in or ask questions in the
chat room during the show, getting advice, tips and recipes from some
of the best brewers in the world. The show is extremely informative and
always funny. Plus, it's free!

The Brewing Network Show airs live every Sunday at 5:00 p.m. Pacific
Time (Monday, 0100 UTC) at http://www.thebrewingnetwork.com
You can download past shows as mp3 files from the homepage by clicking
on the "Archives" button. Show pix, Justin's brewing wisdom and other
gems are also available on the homepage. Past shows are rebroadcast
during the week as well. Between shows the stream is great music and
the occasional brewing tip. And the newest feature at The Brewing
Network is Brewcaster Justin's Blues Show, airing every Sunday at 10:00
a.m. Pacific Time (Sunday, 1800 UTC) for your listening pleasure.
Again, it's all free, it's all fun and it can all be found at
http://www.thebrewingnetwork.com
Hope to see you there!


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