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* SomethingCompletelyDifferent: Shinerunner. While other shows have gotten quite technical, this information has always been mixed in with banter and humor to be light and fun to listen to. In contrast Shinerunner is presented in a much more lecture-like style. To quote from the introduction episode, "It seems as though as soon as people get behind the microphone they, they sort of think they are Jay Leno and they want to tell you about what shirt they are wearing today, uh what the weather is like and what they're gonna do for the weekend. I'm not going to be doing that at all". It is also the shortest of the shows on the BN, at around 15 minutes an episode.

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* SomethingCompletelyDifferent: Shinerunner. While other shows have gotten quite technical, this information has always been mixed in with banter and humor to be light and fun to listen to. In contrast Shinerunner is presented in a much more lecture-like style. To quote from the introduction episode, "It seems as though as soon as people get behind the microphone they, they sort of think they are Jay Leno and they want to tell you about what shirt they are wearing today, uh what the weather is like and what they're gonna do for the weekend. I'm not going to be doing that at all". It is also the shortest of the shows on the BN, at around 15 15-30 minutes an episode.


There was a show broadcast on terrestrial radio, usually referred to as 'The Free FM Show'. Hosted on local radio station Free FM (with online streaming), it was hosted by Justin Crossley and Sean O'Sullivan.



There was a show broadcast on terrestrial radio, usually referred to as 'The Free FM Show'. Hosted on local radio station Free FM (with online streaming), it was hosted by Justin Crossley and Sean O'Sullivan.


Brew Strong: Hosted by Jamil Zainasheff and John Palmer, it is focused on technical issues in a more concentrated information format than The Session. Episodes air fortnightly (interleaved with The Jamil Show), though it's frequently recorded live in batches of two.

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Brew Strong: Hosted by Jamil Zainasheff and John Palmer, it is focused on technical issues in a more concentrated information format than The Session. Episodes air were originally archived fortnightly (interleaved with The Jamil Show), (typically recorded two at a time), though now it's frequently recorded live whenever Jamil can find a space in batches of two.
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There was a show broadcast on terrestrial radio, usually referred to as 'The Free FM Show'. Hosted on local radio station Free FM (with online streaming), it was hosted by Justin Crossley and Sean O'Sullivan.



Shinerunner: Hosted by Mark Colburn, it focuses on marketing in the beer industry.

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Shinerunner: Hosted by Mark Colburn, it focuses on marketing and distribution in the beer industry.



Hop and Brew School: Hosted by Justing Crossley and people from Yakuma Hops, it's a show, as the name suggests, that focuses on everything hops including use in brewing and technical discussions of the compounds derived from hops.

There was also a show broadcast on terrestrial radio, usually referred to as 'The Free FM Show'. Hosted on local radio station Free FM (with online streaming), it was hosted by Justin Crossley and Sean O'Sullivan.


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Hop and Brew School: Hosted by Justing Justin Crossley and featuring people from Yakuma Hops, it's a show, as the name suggests, that focuses on everything hops including use in brewing and technical discussions of the compounds derived from hops.

There was also a show broadcast on terrestrial radio, usually referred to as 'The Free FM Show'. Hosted on local radio station Free FM (with online streaming), it was hosted by Justin Crossley and Sean O'Sullivan.

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Hop and Brew School: Hosted by Justing Crossley and people from Yakuma Hops, it's a show, as the name suggests, that focuses on everything hops including use in brewing and technical discussions of the compounds derived from hops.


The Brewing Network is an internet radio station devoted to discussion about home brewing, craft brewing, and the brewing industry. Online since 2005, the network started with just one show, and expanded to its current lineup of ten (seven of which are still active). All shows broadcast live, followed by archiving in podcasts. It is owned by Justin Crossley, though there are many people working to make the station work. It currently airs from The Hop Grenade, its affiliated craft beer bar.

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The Brewing Network is an internet radio station devoted to discussion about home brewing, craft brewing, and the brewing industry. Online since 2005, the network started with just one show, and expanded to its current lineup of ten (seven eleven (eight of which are still active). All shows broadcast live, followed by archiving in podcasts. It is owned by Justin Crossley, though there are many people working to make the station work. It currently airs from The Hop Grenade, its affiliated craft beer bar.


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Entre Cervezas: The Brewing Network's Spanish language show, described as a 'Spanish Brew Strong'.


* SomethingCompletelyDifferent: Shinerunner. While other shows have gotten quite technical, this information has always been mixed in with banter and humor to be light and fun to listen to. In contrast Shinerunner is presented in a much more lecture-like style. To quote from the introduction episode, "It seems as though as soon as people get behind the microphone they, they sort of think they are Jay Leno and they want to tell you about what shirt they are wearing today, uh what the weather is like and what they're gonna do for the weekend. I'm not going to be doing that at all"

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* SomethingCompletelyDifferent: Shinerunner. While other shows have gotten quite technical, this information has always been mixed in with banter and humor to be light and fun to listen to. In contrast Shinerunner is presented in a much more lecture-like style. To quote from the introduction episode, "It seems as though as soon as people get behind the microphone they, they sort of think they are Jay Leno and they want to tell you about what shirt they are wearing today, uh what the weather is like and what they're gonna do for the weekend. I'm not going to be doing that at all"all". It is also the shortest of the shows on the BN, at around 15 minutes an episode.


* TheSmurfettePrinciple: Justin tries hard to make sure there is at least one woman on The Session- usually it's the chat moderator, with the role mostly filled in the early years by Daniela and afterwards by Beevo. Occasionally Nicole would join the crew. Listeners have criticised the show as being overly blokey as a result. The other shows are almost always 100% male, though Beevo occasionally makes a contribution to the other shows as she is working at The Hop Grenade while the shows are recorded.

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* TheSmurfettePrinciple: Justin tries hard to make sure there is at least one woman on The Session- usually it's the chat moderator, with the role mostly filled in the early years by Daniela and afterwards by Beevo. Occasionally Nicole would join the crew. Listeners have criticised the show as being overly blokey as a result. The other shows are almost always 100% male, though Beevo occasionally makes a contribution to the other shows as she is working at The Hop Grenade while usually taking care of the shows are recorded.camera switching for the video feed.


The Jamil Show: Brewing With Style (formerly Can You Brew It): The Jamil Show started as a show where Jamil Zainasheff and John Plise gave recipes for brewing to style guidelines. When they ran out of styles they changed to Can You Brew It. John left to be replaced by Tasty Mc Dole, and in this iteration they interviewed brewers to get the information required to brew clones of commercial beers. When they ran out of brewers willing to give them the information they needed, they swapped to Brewing With Style. John returned (described in the intro as a "special guest"), and they discussed styles, what they should taste like and commercial examples. It was cancelled due to Jamil working too much.

Lunch Meet (AKA "That Other Show"): The BN's rarely broadcasted and even more rarely archived off topic and politically incorrect show. Canceled because Justin got sick of doing it and the fans didn't donate $10,000 to keep it on the air.

Brew Strong: Hosted by Jamil Zainasheff and John Palmer, it is focused on technical issues, in a more concentrated information format than The Session. Episodes air fortnightly (interleaved with The Jamil Show), though it's frequently recorded live in batches of two.

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The Jamil Show: Brewing With Style (formerly Can You Brew It): The Jamil Show started as a show where Jamil Zainasheff and John Plise gave recipes for brewing to style guidelines. When they ran out of styles they changed to Can You Brew It. John left to be replaced by Tasty Mc Dole, and in this iteration they interviewed brewers to get the information required to brew clones of commercial beers. When they ran out of brewers willing to give them the information they needed, they swapped to Brewing With Style. John returned (described in the intro as a "special guest"), and they discussed styles, what they should taste like and commercial examples. It was cancelled due to Jamil [[MarriedToTheJob working too much.

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Lunch Meet (AKA "That Other Show"): The BN's rarely broadcasted and even more rarely archived off topic and [[VulgarHumor politically incorrect incorrect]] show. Canceled because Justin got sick of doing it and the fans didn't donate $10,000 to keep it on the air.

Brew Strong: Hosted by Jamil Zainasheff and John Palmer, it is focused on technical issues, issues in a more concentrated information format than The Session. Episodes air fortnightly (interleaved with The Jamil Show), though it's frequently recorded live in batches of two.

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The Brewing Network is an internet radio station devoted to discussion about home brewing, craft brewing, and the brewing industry. Online since 2005, the network started with just one show, and expanded to its current lineup of eight (five of which are still active). All shows broadcast live, followed by archiving in podcasts. It is owned by Justin Crossley, though there are many people working to make the station work. It currently airs from The Hop Grenade, its affiliated craft beer bar.

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The Brewing Network is an internet radio station devoted to discussion about home brewing, craft brewing, and the brewing industry. Online since 2005, the network started with just one show, and expanded to its current lineup of eight (five ten (seven of which are still active). All shows broadcast live, followed by archiving in podcasts. It is owned by Justin Crossley, though there are many people working to make the station work. It currently airs from The Hop Grenade, its affiliated craft beer bar.


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Shinerunner: Hosted by Mark Colburn, it focuses on marketing in the beer industry.


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* SomethingCompletelyDifferent: Shinerunner. While other shows have gotten quite technical, this information has always been mixed in with banter and humor to be light and fun to listen to. In contrast Shinerunner is presented in a much more lecture-like style. To quote from the introduction episode, "It seems as though as soon as people get behind the microphone they, they sort of think they are Jay Leno and they want to tell you about what shirt they are wearing today, uh what the weather is like and what they're gonna do for the weekend. I'm not going to be doing that at all"


The Jamil Show: Brewing With Style (formerly Can You Brew It): The Jamil Show started as a show where Jamil Zainasheff and John Plise give recipes for brewing to style guidelines. When they ran out of styles they changed to Can You Brew It. John left to be replaced by Tasty Mc Dole, and in this iteration they interviewed brewers to get the information required to brew clones of commercial beers. When they ran out of brewers willing to give them the information they needed, they swapped to Brewing With Style. John returned (described in the intro as a "special guest"), and now they discuss styles, what they should taste like and commercial examples. Episodes air fortnightly, though it's frequently recorded live in batches of two. It's officially on hiatus but possibly canceled.

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The Jamil Show: Brewing With Style (formerly Can You Brew It): The Jamil Show started as a show where Jamil Zainasheff and John Plise give gave recipes for brewing to style guidelines. When they ran out of styles they changed to Can You Brew It. John left to be replaced by Tasty Mc Dole, and in this iteration they interviewed brewers to get the information required to brew clones of commercial beers. When they ran out of brewers willing to give them the information they needed, they swapped to Brewing With Style. John returned (described in the intro as a "special guest"), and now they discuss discussed styles, what they should taste like and commercial examples. Episodes air fortnightly, though it's frequently recorded live in batches of two. It's officially on hiatus but possibly canceled.
It was cancelled due to Jamil working too much.



Bikes + Beer: The first show to broadcast from The Hop Grenade's Fort Collins location. Originally broadcast on local terrestrial radio, after it was cancelled it moved to The Brewing Network. The show focuses primarily on breweries and beer events in the Fort Collins area.



* NeverTrustATitle: The Sour Hour. It is theoretically an hour long, but there are more episodes that are an hour and a half or longer than those with times closer to an hour. There's also the fact it isn't exclusively about sour brewing but goes into all types of funky brewing such as the use of brettanomyces.

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* NeverTrustATitle: The Sour Hour. It is theoretically an hour long, but there are more episodes that are an hour and a half or longer than those with times closer to an hour. There's also the fact it isn't exclusively about sour brewing but goes into all types of funky brewing such as the use of brettanomyces. After a while the shows became an hour long, however this is more due to editing their long off topic rambling (unusual for the Brewing Network, typically they archive their shows with no cuts) than anything else.



* ObsessionSong: the songs written by listener Sugar Valley Brewer about chat moderator Beevo. While he has written songs about other brewcasters ("JP Lost His Wiener in the Dildo Mold"), his most popular ones are creepy songs about Beevo. For a lot of the other brewcasters and listeners they are CreepyAwesome, with "Wakka Wakka Wakka On Her Bare Behind" winning the Song of the Year award for 2013.

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* ObsessionSong: the songs written by listener Sugar Valley Brewer about chat moderator Beevo. While he has written songs about other brewcasters ("JP Lost His Wiener in the Dildo Mold"), Mould" and the closing song "JP's an Asshole"), his most popular ones are creepy songs about Beevo. For a lot of the other brewcasters and listeners they are CreepyAwesome, with "Wakka Wakka Wakka On Her Bare Behind" winning the Song of the Year award for 2013.



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There was also a show broadcast on terrestrial radio, usually referred to as 'The Free FM Show'. Hosted on local radio station Free FM (with online streaming), it was hosted by Justin Crossley and Sean O'Sullivan.



The Brewing Network is an internet radio station devoted to discussion about home brewing, craft brewing, and the brewing industry. Online since 2005, the network started with just one show, and expanded to its current lineup of eight (five of which are still active, one on hiatus). All shows broadcast live, followed by archiving in podcasts. It is owned by Justin Crossley, though there are many people working to make the station work. It currently airs from The Hop Grenade, its affiliated craft beer bar.

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The Brewing Network is an internet radio station devoted to discussion about home brewing, craft brewing, and the brewing industry. Online since 2005, the network started with just one show, and expanded to its current lineup of eight (five of which are still active, one on hiatus).active). All shows broadcast live, followed by archiving in podcasts. It is owned by Justin Crossley, though there are many people working to make the station work. It currently airs from The Hop Grenade, its affiliated craft beer bar.

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