Posts Tagged ‘bit by a fox podcast’

BBaF Podcast Episode 66: Sonoma Wine Country with Beth Costa

Sonoma wine country is a magical place and I’m still high from my visit last month. I capped off my trip with an interview with longtime Sonoma resident, Beth Costa – an expert on the region, Executive Director and host of Wine Road – a website and award-winning podcast devoted to the all things Northern Sonoma wine country. Get ready to plan your next trip, because we’ve mapped out your perfect day in Sonoma County.

BBaF Podcast Episode 63: Suck it Up with Dan Magro

Hobbiest mixologist, viral video personality, and cocktail book author of Suck It Up: Extraordinary Cocktails for Everyday People, this week’s Bit by a Fox Podcast guest, Dan Magro has a real-talk and hilarious approach to mixing drinks and taking names. We talked about the proliferation of multi-hyphenates in LA, his deep love of brunch as a lifestyle, and his ultimate, if unexpected, drinking buddy.

BBaF Podcast Episode 61: Avuá Cachaça with Peter Nevenglosky

This week on the Bit by a Fox Podcast, Peter Nevenglosky, co-founder of Avuá Cachaça discusses the category of Cachaça and it’s rich history, how he got involved in this Brazilian spirit, and how a little known cocktail legend named Sasha Petraske of Milk & Honey was the first to give this little brand a leg up.

BBaF Podcast Episode 59: Catoctin Creek Distillery & Scott Harris

Listen to Episode 59: Catoctin Creek Distillery & Scott Harris” This week’s Bit by a Fox Podcast episode is a great deep dive into what it’s like to start and run a successful micro distillery. Catoctin Creek, a microdistillery in Purcellville, Virginia founded by husband and wife team, Becky and Scott Harris in 2009, is known for their award winning […]

BBaF Podcast Episode 56: From Barley to Blarney – A Whiskey Lover’s Guide to Ireland

Jack McGarry, co-founder of famed NYC Irish bar The Dead Rabbit Grocery & Grog, and return Bit by a Fox Podcast guest, Tim Herlihy, Brand Ambassador for Tullamore D.E.W. Irish Whiskey, discuss their forthcoming book,’From Barley to Blarney – A Whiskey Lover’s Guide to Ireland’

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