Hayley Jensen and Stephen Durley of Taproom No. 307 stop by to talk homebrew on Fuhmentaboudit! Mary Izett and Chris Cuzme invite Hayley and Stephen into the studio to talk about their starts in the beer industry, and how Daniel Boulud and DBGB were instrumental in their beer education. Hear about some of the beers the two have made at home, and how they make their brews with limited space. Tune in for more information on cider-making, and entering beers in homebrew competitions! Find out what interesting ingredients Hayley and Stephen have used in their beers in the past! This program has been sponsored by Route 11 Potato Chips.
“Anyone who says they have a too-small apartment to brew is lying to themselves!” [9:00]
“Most of the commercial ciders that we’re used to tasting are pretty sweet. It’s actually harder to brew a sweet cider than one that’s bone-dry.” [20:00]
— Stephen Durley on Fuhmentaboudit!
“It’s not as efficient as grains… but brewing with potatoes gave us a peach aroma. I guess potatoes taste like peaches!” [23:50]
— Hayley Jensen on Fuhmentaboudit!