Fermentation Beer & Brewing Radio

Fermentation Beer & Brewing Radio is the UK’s only monthly beer and brewing show on FM radio. It has been broadcasting on Radio Reverb since December 2015. The show is produced and presented by member of The British Guild of Beer Writers, Emma Inch. In November 2017 – in recognition for her work on Fermentation Beer & Brewing Radio and on this website – Emma was awarded the Maltsmiths Award for ‘Best Beer Communicator – Online’ by the Guild.

“The shows have a real energy, and people at their heart.”
(Pete Brown – Chair of Judges – speaking at the British Guild of Beer Writers Awards, 2017)

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The show has a magazine-style format and features interviews with national and international brewers, articles on brewing techniques and homebrewing, food and beer matching, and beer-related news and views. Jane Peyton – award-winning beer sommelier, writer and educator – is a regular monthly guest. James Torr – an experimental homebrewer and coordinator of Homebrew Brighton – also frequently appears on the show.

During the past two years, Fermentation Beer & Brewing Radio featured interviews with around 60 national and international breweries including Cloudwater, Beavertown, Bedlam, Yeastie Boys, Northern Monk, Fierce and Verdant plus beer writers including Pete Brown and Roger Protz . Click on the link below to hear some of our ‘best bits’ from 2017!

Radio Reverb is a well-established community radio station broadcasting on FM and online across Brighton & Hove and throughout large parts of Sussex. It has a potential listener population of around 350,000, plus a ‘listen again’ feature which has attracted more than half a million listens. Fermentation Beer & Brewing Radio has a sizeable FM, online and podcast listenership, and is regularly number one in the Podomatic Food & Drink Chart.IMG_5564

You can tune into Fermentation Beer & Brewing Radio at 3pm on the 4th Sunday of every month on 97.2fm or DAB radio (in Brighton & surrounding areas) or via the Radio Reverb website. Alternatively, you can catch up with shows you’ve missed via by downloading a podcast version via iTunes or Podomatic.