Drinking on the Last Frontier

11 a.m. the fourth Saturday of the month
  • Local Host Bill Howell

This show is a celebration of craft brewing on the Kenai Peninsula and Alaska. Bill Howell is the author of four books on craft brewing in Alaska, teaches a beer appreciation class at Kenai Peninsula College, has been brewing and tasting craft beers for 30 years and is uncapping his vast knowledge for listeners. He’ll share news from the beer world, interviews with local brewers, reviews of beer-related books and gadgets, deep dives into beer styles, suggestions for beer and food pairings and much more.

James Roberts

Tune in to the December Drinking on the Last Frontier for a beer year in review with Dr. Fermento, interviews with the new owners of Kassik's and a new homebrew supply shop in town, a winter warmer beer style and more!

Girdwood Brewing Co.

Raise a glass to the holiday season. Join Bill for beer news (including some good regulatory news for Alaska craft breweries, for once), a look at how Alaska compares to other alcohol quota states, an interview with Bearpaw River Brewing Company, a guide for pairing holiday menus with craft beers, learn about the barley wine beer style and get some gift ideas for the beer lover in your life. 

Zach Henry from St. Elias Brewing in Soldotna joins Bill to answer listener questions on a special, live, membership-drive edition of Drinking on the Last Frontier.
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On this month's Drinking on the Last Frontier, Bill looks into the latest proposal to constrict activities at brewery tap rooms in Alaska, with guests Lee Ellis, president of the Brewers Guild of Alaska, and Doug Hogue, with Kenai River Brewing in Soldotna.

On this month's Drinking on the Last Frontier, Bill visits with Alaska brewing veterans Glacier Brewhouse and the newest kids on the brewing block — Lazy Mountain Brewing. Plus, a recap of the Kenai Peninsula Beer Festival, a taste of the Oktoberfest beer style and a quick look at the art of the slow pour.

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