Podcast - Barley, Stills and Mash

Podcast - Barley, Stills and Mash
By Barley, Stills and Mash
About this podcast
Marcus and Tim interview people who make, sell, distribute, mix and otherwise promote alcoholic beverages from Seattle, Washington.
Latest episodes
May 5, 2016
Tim and Marcus sit down with some of Marcus's friends, who all happen to be whisky-drinking women. What is the whole Women and Whisky thing about anyway? What does the whisky industry need to do to attract more women to the category? Do they need special commercials with shirtless men? Do they need sweetened products (Johnnie Walker Pink)? Tune in for the answers.Homework that may help you follow along (it's optional):Mila Kunis for Jim Beam.Claire Forlani for Dewar's Highlander Honey.Christina Hendricks for Johnnie Walker.Toby Keith's Whiskey Girl. 
March 30, 2016
Marcus and Tim continue their conversation with Jason Parker at Copperworks. He explains their entire whiskey production philosophy, getting into a lot of detail. Anyone who has ever distilled or is thinking about distilling needs to listen to this episode. This is must-see JP! (Must-listen didn't rhyme.)See more about Copperworks Distilling Company here. 
March 19, 2016
Tim and Marcus visit Copperworks Distilling Company on the Seattle Waterfront to interview Jason Parker. Jason shares the story of Copperworks, shows off their amazing and beautiful stills, and tells about his history as one of the first brewers in the Seattle microbrewing explosion that started in the late 1980s. We also reveal the anticipated release date for Copperworks Malt Whiskey. This is part one of the interview.See more about Copperworks Distilling Company here.
March 3, 2016
Marcus and Tim find themselves in Ballard ready to peel back the curtain at Captive Spirits. Captive Spirits is 100% about gin. Marcus can't wait to talk to Ben and get his hands on some of this award winning gin. Tim is there eager to meet Ben, but basically on the sidelines as far as tasting because of his allergy to juniper berries. Don't be such a wimp, Tim!See more about Captive Spirits Distilling here.
Oct. 27, 2015
Marcus and Tim visit Seattle's own 2bar Spirits, a distillery in SoDo that makes vodka, moonshine and bourbon. Head Distiller Maddie Swanson and Owner Nathan Kaiser talk about their backgrounds and how rewarding distilling is for both of them. They upgraded their equipment earlier this year and are producing around 800 bottles of bourbon in monthly releases.See more about 2bar Spirits here.
Oct. 12, 2015
Marcus and Tim visit Kirby Kallas-Lewis and Alan Jackson of Oola Distillery in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle. What a time for a visit! They're upgrading all of their equipment, distilling their first wine, and getting ready for two new whiskey launches. In the discussion, Marcus makes a desperate plea for an angel investor and Tim shares his head cold.See more about Oola Distillery here.
Sept. 23, 2015
Tim interviews Jack Hatley of Whiskey Ridge Brewing, and he brings back a story about something called a "Randall." Marcus and Tim discuss stout-heavy line-ups and interior design.See more about Whiskey Ridge Brewing here.
Sept. 17, 2015
Marcus and Tim continue their interview with Keith Barnes of Bainbridge Organic Distillers. Keith talks about the world class awards that his vodka and wheat whiskey have won. He talks about organic grain production and plans for future whiskey products. After the microphone is off, he tells Tim and Marcus about some of his top secret whiskey plans.
Sept. 11, 2015
Marcus and Tim take a ferry to Bainbridge Island and interview Keith Barnes of Bainbridge Organic Distillers. Keith talks about his day job marketing liquor and how he became a distiller. He also talks about the difficulties of being organic certified and how having a massive private booze collection makes you a better distiller. (This is great news!)See more about Bainbridge Organic Distillers here.
Sept. 4, 2015
Marcus and TIm followed up their trip to Skookum with a visit to Bad Dog Distillery where they interviewed farrier, firefighter, machinist, distiller and still-maker Dave McGlothern and his wife and business manager, Shelly. Marcus tries not to wet his pants with excitement when asking Dave how he built his own still.See more about Bad Dog Distillery here.