Ep. 92: The Phenomenal Palate of Jae Vanderwerf

On this Episode, we sit down with Jae Vanderwerf whos incredible palate has pushed her into judging beer at a higher scale. On top of that, she helps put on a beer tasting and profiling class to help anyone hone in their beer knowledge. Doing all this while homebrewing on the side. Jae’s desire to educate and impact the community about proper beer knowledge is infectious!

Ep. 91: Name’s Baugh, Ryan Stambaugh

On this Episode, we sit down with our good friend Ryan Stambaugh who has an incredible palate and even bigger heart. Listen how Ryan’s journey from Wisconsin to Utah, from beers to ciders, and wine to jams, Ryan makes it all! A chef and homebrewer, Ryan continues to chase anything that tastes amazing. Trust us when we say, this is an Episode that will leave you hungry for more!

Ep. 90: Jack’s Fridge

What’s in Jack’s Fridge? Prepare yourselves for one of the most unique and in-depth conversations we have had with four Brewers at one table. Jeff Bunk, Jack Kern, and Lauren Lerch join David as they all share their opinions on the Utah Craft Beer scene while cracking open exclusive beers Jack has held onto for many years.

Ep. 89: Cocktail Queen Ray Jordan

Ray Jordan is a cocktail guru who is passionate about mixology. She currently is mastering her craft with the help of Holystone distilling. Ray now chases finding and paring all the yummy things. Listen in as we hear Ray’s story from wine pairings to cocktail queen and everything in between.

Ep. 88: Kicking it with Libby

On this Episode, with our friend Rachel Bell as co-host, will sit down with amazing Libby Taylor from the Squatters/Wasatch crew. Libby has been working with Squatters/Wasatch for several years educating people about craft beer. Listen as this multi-talented passionate artist tells us how she changes lives through craft beer within the Squatters/Wasatch framily!

Ep. 87: Tsuki Sake

On this Episode, we sit down with Ty and Jill of Tsuki Sake! Utah’s first sake company producing high quality Junmai Sake is taking the Valley over by storm! Learn how Kirk and Ty came across Jill who’s life changed over one sip of sake. This power trio will win you over with their sake.

Tsuki Sake have two products: Junmai Daiginjo and White Peach Nigori which will explode your palate!! KANPAI!!

Ep. 86: Sirop Co. – Utah Local Handmade Simple Syrups

Cider Maker from Mountain West Cidery, Joel Goodwillie, joins David as they sit down with the owners of Sirop Co. Nate and Jacob started their business from their very own kitchens. Now, they have uniquely mouth watering syrups that go in/on everything! Sirop Co. make quality non-alcoholic syrups that any age and diet can enjoy. Flavors like Cherry Pie, Earl Gray, Vanilla Bean, and Roasted Jalapeno are just a few of their sensational concoctions!

To learn more about Sirop Co. feel free to visit them at https://www.siropco.com/ and tell them we sent you!

Ep. 85: Sit Down with Rachel Bell

Tastemasters sit down with their dear friend, Rachel Bell. Rachel is a well traveled, big hearted, passionate Craft Beer connoisseur who MUST be your friend! Rachel’s insight and palate on Craft Beer is far beyond most. You will have to tune in to understand her story that takes her across the United States to realize that Utah is a pretty badass place to be!

On this Episode, Rachel brings beers from Vermont, Maine, and Utah! Trust us when we say, these are beers you’ll never find in Utah!

Ep. 84: Dented Brick Distillery

On this Episode, David and Chad sit down with Head Distiller Harley and Tui of Dented Brick Distillery. Dented Brick is a local distillery that has gone through leaps and bounds to become who they are today. With the drive and passion of a stellar crew, which includes Harley and Tui, Dented Brick is producing award winning products.

Join us as we try their Antelope Island Rum, Bristlecone Gin, House Whiskey, Limited Edition Moon’s Best Rye Whiskey, and a secret Gin.

Ep. 83: Cider Maker Joel of Mountain West Cidery

On this Episode, we sit down with Cider Maker Joel Goodwillie of Mountain West Cidery. From the Pacific-Northwest, Joel comes from a background of wine making with over 20 years of experience. While finding a new home in Utah, Joel has quickly helped make a name for Mountain West Cider. Listen how Joel converted from the grape vine to the apple tree.

Also, Cider Maker Joel and Tastemaster David teamed up to make a “Small Batch Cider.” Tune in to see how Joel and David’s first joint experimental cider turned out!