Show 224 — Jay the Brewer

Jay the Brewer

The Beer Dads are back and welcome a guest to The Less Desirables Studios. His name is Jay McNulty and he is known as Jay the Brewer, co-host of the Nailing It with Blue Jean and the Brewer Podcast. He crafts and brews his own beer. He introduces us to his latest creation, The Hint of Purple, which Beer Dad Tim says is his favorite beer that Jay has made BDT produces the Nailing It podcast. His beer isn’t available commercially but if you get the chance to try it, we highly recommend that you do!

The Beer Dads recorded this episode in The Less Desirables Studios in The Lab at Industry Hill!

The Beer of the week is Jay’s A Hint of Purple

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