Jim Rossi On The Brewing Network Show- 2/12/06

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Hey kids,

Following last Sunday's show of fun and listener appreciation giveways, we return this week with some great homebrew information from award winning homebrewer Jim Rossi. It has been said that Jim can taste every little nuance of a beer (and has proven in it in competition too!). We'll tap into his skull this week to learn about Pale Ale's and IPA's. Also, tune in as we give away the Northern Brewer keg system to one of four lucky finalists! And, as always, The Brewing Network Show is live, commercial-free, funny and informative.

We hope you'll join us this Sunday at 5:00 p.m. Pacific Time. Plus, The Blues and Brews Show starts at 11:00 a.m. Pacific Time, so if you're brewing, or just relaxing this Sunday morning, tune in to The Brewing Network for great tunes to brew by. Be sure to explore the entire expanded lineup of shows now available on The Brewing Network including The Jamil Show, Lunch Meat and The Australian Craftbrewer Radio Program, as well as replays of the Sunday live show. A complete schedule of upcoming shows can be found here:


Don't live in the U.S. and want to know when the show airs live in your time zone? Go here for a great time zone converter:


To listen to the show go to:


and click on the "Listen" button. Drop into the chatroom during the show for real-time interaction with dozens of other homebrewers and to ask questions of the Brewcasters. If you can't catch the show live, click on the "Archives" button to download mp3 files of all past shows. Rather listen to a podcast of past shows? There is an iTunes link button on The Brewing Network home page.

If you have any pre-questions to ask of the Brewcasters or guest, send them to [email protected] or post them under the "Beer Radio" topic in The Brewing Network Forum.



Jim Rossi is (in)famous for his Honey Pale Ale.