Episode 23 – Kingston Craft Beer Festival 2017 – UPDATED



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Correction: Hi guys, I’m updating this as I had the incorrect list of brewers attending the festival. I apologize for the oversight. I’ve amended this entry to reflect the correct beer list. So sorry! 

It’s April and April means the beer festival season BEGINS.

I’m headed to The Brooklyn’s annual Kingston Craft Beer Festival on the 8th and oh man, is it gonna be fun. Yes, it is sold out, but there might be tickets at the door. This week’s episode talks about what new breweries I’m looking forward to, beer styles I prefer, and why I wish I knew more about cider.

I promise in the episode that I would give you with a list of participating breweries (complete with links!). If you are a fan of any of them, let me know which ones. I want to know about some of the new-to-me ones I’ve mention.

Without further ado:

Whew! A lot breweries, sure, but most of all, a lot of noteworthy breweries. This list is subject to change, because beer festivals can be in flux. As a result, check online before heading over to avoid disappointment.

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Episode 19 – Abbey of the Holy Goats, Roswell GA



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Bonjour, mes amis! I hope you’re staying warm this winter and drinking some fine beers to boot.

This week on Harpy Hour, we have an interview with Kathy Davis, the owner and head brewer of the Abbey of the Holy Goats in Roswell, Georgia, just a bit north of Atlanta. Not only does she make exceptional Belgian-style beers, Kathy’s story of how beer became her life is very intriguing. I would recommend that you plan a visit to the Abbey and sample her beers, especially as the massive table in the tasting room is also worthy of wonder. I hope the Georgia laws change soon because I would happily buy any of the Abbey’s beer to sample here in Canada (I know, I know, not likely).

You can find Harpy Hour episodes on the go at iTunes and Stitcher. I would absolutely love it if you left a review and rating for it on those places. I am totally accessible and nice all across social media–Facebook, Twitter, Instagram. While I work away at the European Winter Beer Calendar (aka Craft Beer Advent Calendar), I will be posting mini-episodes of what I tried every Wednesday! If you want to see the bottles, they will be on the HH Instagram feed.

We are heading back up to Asheville one last time next Monday! See you then!