2010 Heartwood Giveaway

Here is your chance to win a 2010 Heartwood pint glass and the perfect beverage to fill it with. This glass was a gift for anyone who attended the hospitality suite at Rock Bottom during the 2010 Craft Brewers Conference. This is a rare chance for anyone who wasn’t able to attend the conference to experience Heartwood.

How To Enter

Simple as that! If you have already left a review on iTunes then go ahead and add it to the comments section, we are not going to disqualify for being awesome.

All comments will be closed by Noon PST on Saturday, May 29th, 2010. The lucky winner will be randomly chosen and announced later on the site. You must be 21 years old to enter. Good luck!

Winner
Congratulation to Paul! He is the lucky winner. Thank you everyone who entered!

  • http://www.autoworksphoto.com Jay P.

    Another great beer podcast. Just frustrating when you guys get to drink things that don't come out to SoCal, but that's not your fault. 😉
    Fun times, great guests, and of course….amazing beers!

  • Sam W

    Brad and Ken do a great job reviewing craft beers from around the country. They really break down subtle nuances and describe the beers in such a way that you really get a sense of what they're drinking. They have turned me on to several beers that I'd never heard of or considered. If you are in Chicago, they are also tuned in to many events around the city and region. Keep up the good work!

  • http://twitter.com/fishgeekted Ted Collins

    These guys be pimpin! I usually watch this show in my luxurious, crimson bathrobe & dark aviator sunglasses! I'm not one ounce as cool as these craft beer pimps, but me like to try! Keep the beer and shows flowin'! Peace out!

  • Chad

    Whether you are a brewer or someone who appreciates the hard work and creativity of beer making, this podcast will not disappoint. Thank you for a wonderful show, and raise your glass!

  • http://www.marssanford.com Mars

    These two know and love beer. They've traveled around the country, traded with fellow enthusiasts, all to get the best selection to taste and review for you. Light hearted conversation with good commentary.

    Beer lovers take notice, that brew you may be eyeing may be in the archives, check it out before you open!

  • http://twitter.com/tastypopsicle Ed Knittel

    Each episode of Hop Cast makes me thirsty for more. Ken and Brad do a great job describing in detail the taste, the aroma and the look of every beer they review. Their honest opinions make it easy to know what you should expect should you ever be lucky enough to find some of the rare beers they sample. As for me, I consider myself one of the lucky ones: I had the distinct pleasure of appearing in one of the Hop Cast episodes. Being invited to share in some great beer with some really nice guys was a lot of fun. If they ever ask you to join them do not hesitate to immediately accept their invitation. You will not be disappointed.

  • http://www.facebook.com/therealninjamaster Thomas Donaldson

    Posted on iTunes for Hopcast reviews:
    Great show hands down. If you love beer and you would like to know more about it, then this is a podcast worth watching. Anyone can like beer, but it takes a special person to know beer. Brad and Ken know their stuff and talk with some very interesting people. You also get an inside scoop on what the manufactures are doing with their products and events that they are having. So enjoy some beer and get some knowledge dropped on you.

  • J. Wagner

    I really enjoy this podcast as I'm located in the midwest. Too many beer-oriented blogs/podcasts are focused on the popular breweries on the coasts that may not make their beers available in fly-over country.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=194304884 Alex Yount

    by consistently providing a visual orgy of great beer, ken and brad have time and time again proven themselves men amongst boys. i always look forward to watching their latest episode. and the fact that they're chicagoans doesn't hurt one bit either.

  • thetomG

    These guys are true beer lovers and that becomes clearer and clearer with each and every podcast I watch. Who else could be that inebriated yet still keep their focus enough to finish the job at hand?

    😉

    But seriously though – they put a lot of time and work into this and it shows in a very entertaining and informative final product.

    Keep up the good work boys!

  • yeahnatenelson

    This is – without a doubt – THE best beer podcast. Great tours of US breweries on the forefront of craft brewing, footage from some of the BIGGEST beer events in the US (Dark Lord Day, Darkness Day, Sexual Chocolate Release), interviews with brewers, and highly entertaining tasting videos. Even if you're only a casual craft beer fan this podcast is incredibly entertaining and informative.

    Do yourself a favor: watch Episode 11 – Symposium Ale. You'll be checking for the new episode every day just like me!

  • Paul

    I would like to say that after watching the episode I felt more informed and had a good understanding of the video's message about appreciating beer. I really enjoyed how the show promotes local beers, because they are the heart of craft brewing. Keep doing what your doing!

  • Nick

    Great podcast with great information, great interviews, and most importantly amazing beer. So glad to have something like this.

  • sodakbeer

    Ken and Brad share their love of craft beer with the world. The Hop Cast is
    educational and fun. The show content is varied. I recommend the podcast to
    all beer fans!

  • ElWizerino

    They are always talking about good beers to cool people!!! O Yeah the Show is FANTASTIC as well!!!

  • http://twitter.com/ChicagoBurdman Christian Burdulis

    If you are facinated with learning about the craft brewing industry in the United States, the the Hopcast Video Podcast is exactly what you are looking for. As an aspiring brewer myself, Ken and Brad do an awesome job showing how many of the country's craft brewers are dedicated but ordinary people with an extrodanary skill to brew.

    It also doesn't hurt that their base of operation is the City of Chicago. These two guys really have their fingers on the pulse of the ever growing American Craft Brewing Industry.

    Drink up!

    Cheers!

  • http://twitter.com/jlachesk Justin Lachesky

    If you consider yourself a beer lover (or even beer liker), you owe it to yourself to watch, learn, and enjoy Hop Cast. Great information and always entertaining, there's no reason not to watch this podcast. Really not enough good things to say about these guys. They know what they're talking about and it's evident they love what they do. Keep the up the good work, Hop Cast.

  • http://twitter.com/thebeerchannel The Beer Channel

    What a dynamic and informative show! Two guys workin the breweries, people, and events of the craft beer world, and the hardest thing I have to do is pop open a cold one and watch. The information is important, fresh, and entertaining. One day, if I ever have a 24 hour network dedicated to craft beer, I would be honored to have the Hopcast as a premier show.

  • http://twitter.com/thebeerchannel The Beer Channel

    What a dynamic and informative show! Two guys workin the breweries, people, and events of the craft beer world, and the hardest thing I have to do is pop open a cold one and watch. The information is important, fresh, and entertaining. One day, if I ever have a 24 hour network dedicated to craft beer, I would be honored to have the Hopcast as a premier show.