We’ve got a packed house on this week’s episode of Snacky Tunes. Greg and Darin Bresnitz are crammed into the shipping container with a few different food guests. Alessia Rizzetto from Le Fooding stops by to talk about their upcoming vegan Le Grand Fooding New York 2012 food event. Hear about the growing number of vegans, and whether or not they are neglected in food circles. Also in the studio is Greg Boustead, writer and journalist for publications like SEED Magazine, VICE, and Scientific American. Greg talks about the Et Cetera 2012 Festival‘s beer event, “How Beer Changed Everything”, presented by Dogfish Head. Hear about how the Dogfish Head team has employed scientists to recreate ancient alcoholic beverages! Sinkane joins Finger On the Pulse in the studio for some live jams. Hear about how touring the world has taught the members of Sinkane about the music world. Hear about some of the band’s upcoming shows, as well as what to eat and drink at Brooklyn Bowl. This episode has been sponsored by Fairway Market.
“Dr. McGovern uses tools from the field of biomolecular archeology to find fingerprint compounds in ancient drinking vessels.”
— Greg Boustead on Snacky Tunes