Looking for the archive of classic Two Brews podcasts? Here they are!
Born from an idea in November, 2014; Matt and Kris decided to make a podcast about craft beer. Both novices in this field, their mission was to create a podcast that would share their journey and discovery of the world of craft beer.
In just a short time, Two Brews went from just a podcast, to a full media reporting on craft beer in the world around them.
Please check out the bios of the team of awesomes that are Two Brews. Cheers!
Matt Gadouas, a native of Vermont, moved to Ohio in May of 2015. No stranger to a microphone, Matt has over 13 years of experience in the radio and tv industry. He loves to travel in the name of beer discovery. In just 2 short years, he evolved from a complete novice about craft beer to brewing his own crazy concoctions as well as judging in multiple homebrew competitions. His brews of choice are deep, robust coffee beers and punchy, Vermont style IPA’s.
Kris Jarrett is a native of the Northwestern corner of Vermont and now lives in Port Henry, NY, with his wife and two cats. He works in the Champlain Valley as a photographer and media producer (www.krisjarrett.com), and once wrestled a bear (it might have been a care bear). His beer preference tends toward old world English styles, but he is always open to new tastes.
Silas Atkins is Two Brews Western US Field Reporter. He grew up in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada. He honed his love of craft beer in the Great State of Beer, otherwise known as Vermont. He is currently working on exploring what the influential beer state of Colorado has to offer. He spends his spare time exploring the Colorado outdoors with his family and is always open to try new brews along the way.
Paul Covert grew up in Northeast Ohio and resides in the greater Akron/Canton area. Paul is a Two Brews Field Reporter and podcast contributor. Paul is an award winning homebrewer, level 1 beer Cicerone, and craft beer evangelist. He spends his spare time on his Harley Davidson traveling the country and sampling great beers along the way. Find him on Twitter @EasyWFFW or Untappd at Easy_Sipper
Eric Moser is originally from North East Ohio. He has been involved in the craft beer industry since 2010. He started home brewing with a friend from college which really ignited his love for craft beer. Shortly after that, he moved to San Diego and lived there for 2 years which expanded his knowledge of craft beer. Now he’s back in the Midwest and really enjoying the ever expanding beer scene as he works part time for a local brewery.
Samantha hails from Southern NY, and moved to Upstate NY for college and never left. She currently lives in Port Henry with her husband, dog, and two cats. Being a historian and metalsmith, she loves all things handcrafted, and therefore looks for unique beers. She loves deep, rich beers; Porters are a favorite. She believes that chocolate is a food group, and is still searching for a decent chocolate beer, recommendations welcome.
John DiCarlo is originally from southwestern PA and now lives near Harrisburg with his three kids. He travels a great deal in search of good beer. The surging Craft Beer movement in PA means there is always a new brew pub to find and enjoy. His tastes are definitely to the darker side of beer styles; porter, stout, dark ales, but he’s willing to try an IPA or two. He loves talking and reading about beer, but mostly drinking it. John is looking forward to reporting his discoveries from the field on Two Brews.
And then we have Scott.
Our newest Two Brews contributor, Scott likes to photograph his beer as much as he likes to home brew it. A native of Vermont, Scott currently resides in southern New Hampshire with his wife and child. Scott first became interested in home brewing in college but, being a starving student he didn’t have the funds to invest. Years later, after the craft beer craze in VT took off he finally invested and has been modifying his set up ever since. As a biologist he’s very interested in the science of brewing and building a homebrew system that creates a reproducible product.