Ep. 147: Scion Cider Bar LIVE – Part 1

On this Episode, with Co-Host, Melissa Diaz, we sit down with multiple guests while Scion Cider is up and roaring. From new updates to new voices, this episode has it all! We also have all our guests do a “Sidra Long Pour” in honor of Spanish wine traditions.

Tune in to hear from Patrick Bourque of Offset Bier, Brett Markum, Simon, Delaney (Utah Ale Trail) and Utah’s only Pommelier, Matthew Ostrander. Loaded Episode at the Utah’s best Cider Bar!

Ep. 126: Single Varietal Cider Apples

On this Episode, we sit down with our favorite Cider Broker in Utah, Matthew Ostrander of Ibantik Craft Beverages. Matthew has been educating Utah with Cider one apple at a time. Today, he teaches us the what “Single Varietal Cider” means and how one apple can be manipulated to produce an amazing end product.

Tune in to learn an in depth knowledge of Single Varietal Cider. For more information on anything Cider related, visit ibantikbev.com to chat with Matthew. He’s our go-to and we would love to educate the Community about Cider.

Ep. 111: Scion Cider Bar

Ready for the next greatest place to be in 2022?! Scion Cider Bar is Utah’s first Cider focused bar that will also be making Ciders within their walls in the near future. With over 150 Imported Ciders to choose from and 20 Ciders on tap, Scion Cider Bar is bringing an all new tasting experience to Salt Lake City. Tune in to learn more behind the scenes while we interview Rio Connelly and Elisabeth Osmeloski.

Ep. 109: Bierstacheln

Beer + Fire = Bierstaheln! Bierstacheln (pronounced “beer shta-hll”) is an historic technique from Germany which means “Beer Spike” or “Beer Sting.” During this episode Tastemaster David is joined with Jason Stock, Kevin Templin and Joel Goodwillie to test out this old school technique. This trick is used with a heated metal rod and instantaneously forces the residual sugars in beer to caramelize and bring out a creamy marshmallow-ey character.

This is a fun Episode you do not want to miss out on!

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!