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ThreeBZine turns 50 with Derek Gallanosa of Abnormal Beer Co.!

50 episodes of a podcast is a big deal. For the vast majority of people, there isn’t much in the way of financial recompense for the efforts. It’s all about dedication and passion to make a great show for people to enjoy. That’s what the guys at ThreeBZine have been doing for the past few years and now they have reached the big 5-0. Not only have I been lucky enough to become good friends with both Cody and Dustin, I’ve recently joined the cast of the show, taking their dynamic duo and hopefully turning into and terrific triumvirate…or at least a modern day version of the Three Amigos.

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On this special episode, we sit down with Derek Gallanosa, Head Brewer of Abnormal Beer Company, Beer Curator for The Cork and Craft restaurant, and craft beer enthusiast. The conversation covers a lot of fun and interesting ground from the spark that started Derek on his craft beer path, the way he goes about deciding what styles of beer to brew and his thoughts on how best to pair craft beers with a fine dining experience all the while keeping things fun and entertaining. Derek is a genuinely nice person and his passion for craft beer shines in every word he says as well as the beers he makes. During the recording of this episode, we were lucky enough to be among the first people outside of Abnormal Beer Company to try the very fist batches of 5pm Session IPA and Mostra Mocha Stout. Both beers are simply fantastic to drink on their own, but as you will hear in the podcast, they also get paired together with a few tasty treats as well. The episode is also full of exclusive information and exciting news for Abnormal Beer Company.IMG_4822

Please head over to either Three.BZine.com and listen there or download from the iTunes store and listen while you pump iron at the gym. That’s how I roll. 

Congrats to Cody and Dustin to making it number 50, I hope I can continue to be a part of the journey as we now work our way to the big 100.

Cheers,

Tom