A very special episode 50 covering one of our hosts favorite drinks, the Negroni. They discuss the drinks history, the rise of apertivo culture in America and a few secret [...]
Husk Nashville head bartender Adam Morgan joins for a talk about Sotol, a wild desert spirit from Central Mexico that is currently seeing a lot of interest in cocktail and [...]
Mike dives into the varied world of Mezcal, Bacanora, and Raicilla before we hear from a variety of guests, including Jessica Backhus, Patrick Goodspeed and Gabe Fuenmayor.
Hosts Mike and Kenneth talk about a few of their favorite ingredients to mix with tequila, some of which may be growing in your yard.
Summer of Shots continues with a look at Sangrita, a nearly 100-year old non-alcoholic shot.
Discussing the rock n' roll history behind the Tequila Sunrise. Includes a surprise Kurt Russel story and the madness of downtown Nashville.
A run down on the origins of the class of drinks known as "Rickeys," followed by an incredible story of the jazz club in New Jersey where the Kamikaze was born.
Mike sits down with old friend and Creative Director of Standard Proof Whiskey, Robert Longhurst to talk about his signature Red Eye Rye Coffee Whiskey.
Thirst-quenching pilsners, black owned businesses, compost tea from Gardentined and Booze News!
Summer of Shots! The history of Sex on the Beach, Nashville's controversial downtown bars and a touch of Gardentined.
Mike goes over the importance of composting, corn varieties for making moonshine and sits down for an interview with Kelly Gable, bar manager of Josephine.
Host Mike Wolf discusses companion planting in the garden, the origins of the "Three Sisters" philosophy and the tangled history of Rhubarb.