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Bit by a Fox Podcast

The Bit by a Fox Podcast is all about booze. Each week, host Prairie Rose, founder of the award winning spirits and cocktail blog Bit by a Fox, will talk cocktails, drinking culture, imbibing through history, and what’s trending today in the world of intoxicants. She’ll talk to the personalities behind the booze, experts in their field, and supercool people who are fun to drank with. They’ll chat about the trends, how we got here, and the ultimate cocktail party fodder - the hidden stories behind the booze. Follow the Bit by a Fox blog for updates, recipes and show news. And @bitbyafox on Instagram for behind the scenes. Hosted by Prairie Rose. Produced and engineered by Anna Tivell. Music from Human Worldwide.

Sep 6, 2019

Vodka made entirely from MILK?! Black Cow Vodka is perhaps the first of its kind in the world made from discarded whey - a bi-product of cheese production. Co-founder Paul "Archie" Archard talks about how this harebrained idea came to be, how Black Cow is one of the most sustainable spirits being made, and why milk is...


Aug 16, 2019

Mr Black Cold Brew Coffee Liqueur was created five years ago in Australia by distiller Philip Moore and coffee-enthusiast and designer, Tom Baker. A first of its kind, Mr Black is a coffee liqueur made with single origin cold brew coffee and Australian wheat vodka. It has half the sugar and 10 times the coffee of...


Aug 2, 2019

Päntsdrunk is the Finnish concept of drinking alone in your underwear. It is also the title of a popular book by Miska Rantanen detailing the intricacies of this Finnish practice. Podcast host, producer and all around superstar Kristen Meinzer knows a thing or two about getting Päntsdrunk after she and her co-host...


Jul 19, 2019

This week we take a deep dive into Japanese distilled spirit, Shochu with Paul Nakayama, founder of Nankai Shochu.
 
This week's cocktail recipe is a Japanese style Mule:

Yuzu Pop
2 oz Nakai Shochu
4 oz Ginger Beer
Splash of Yuzu juice

In a rocks filled highball glass, add ingredients and stir.
 
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Jul 5, 2019

Sake may be known as a Japanese rice wine but the process of making the stuff is closer to beer making, and it may be one of the most versatile drinks to have with food. Tim Sullivan, this week's guest, is an unlikely expert and educator of sake, but after devoting the last decade to sake, and learning the craft of sake...