This week on Beer Sessions Jimmy and Ray sat down with Seth Wright and Mike Winn of BeerNation.com, a weekly video-based beer blog packed with interviews and a general visual chronicling of the craft beer movement. They were joined by David Urbanos of the iconic “The Ginger Man” beer bar where, from the birth of the American craft beer movement through present day, many a Beer Sessions host or guest has explored the “monster” 70 draught lines. The group was joined by Carolyn Steel, author of “Hungry City” and an expert on food and architecture whose lauded “Food and the City” class at Cambridge combines both. Carolyn, a central London native, expounded on the role of the pub in England today and 200+ years ago, and explained why “small beer” was more popular than water. This episode was sponsored by Great Brewers.com: a favorite source for beer information and education.