By Nathan Hangen

Episode 5

The Four Stacks beer show is a weekly video podcast designed to honor the craft beer geek in all of us. No snobs allowed.

Episode 5 brings Nathan and Mike together again to sample and discuss the always popular Funky Buddha Blueberry Cobbler, introduce the Four Stacks’ wheat ale Iron Eagle, and of course battle blindfolded to see who has what it takes to be the victor once more.
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Episode 4

The Four Stacks beer show is a weekly video podcast designed to honor the craft beer geek in all of us. No snobs allowed.

In our 4th episode, drunk Nathan and Mike sample and discuss a local barrel aged DIPA, introduce the Four Stacks’ DIPA known as Octopus Prime, and once again battle blindfolded, this time to see which brewers has the better palate for light beer. Read more

Episode 3

The Four Stacks beer show is a weekly video podcast designed to honor the craft beer geek in all of us. No snobs allowed.

In our third episode, Nathan and Mike “barrel” their way through a rare Stone stout, get back to the basics in discussing a new Game of Thrones inspired porter, and of course, battle blindfolded to once again determine which brewer has the better palate. Read more

Episode 2

The Four Stacks beer show is a weekly video podcast designed to honor the craft beer geek in all of us. No snobs allowed.

In our second episode, drunk Nathan and Mike debate the delicacies of dark beers, combat over coffee flavors, and once again, battle blindfolded to determine which brewer has the best palate. Read more

Episode 1

The Four Stacks beer show is a weekly video podcast designed to honor the craft beer geek in all of us. No snobs allowed.

In this inaugural episode, Nathan (head brewer, co-founder) and Mike (assistant brewer) sip and sample beers while exchanging tasting notes and playing the blindfolded version of “name that beer.”

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Looking Ahead to 2017

Though we achieved our 1-year mark prior to the expiration of 2016, for all practical purposes, it was the year of our birth. It was during this year that we escaped the curse of 18 guest taps, formalized the many methods and systems that guide our operational procedures, and settled into a rhythm that allowed us to begin looking towards the future instead of scrambling in the present.

That doesn’t tell the whole story though. If you were to compare Four Stacks of a year ago to Four Stacks now, you’d see a tremendously different operation. Here’s a short list of what we were able to achieve last year:
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