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  • Today we are discussing a product that people get very passionate about — and even more opinionated about: cast-iron cookware. Jonathan is joined by Blister senior bike editor, Simon Stewart, who has been using cast-iron cookware for more than twenty years, but is now on a quest to see if the fancier, more expensive options out there are better than their cheaper counterparts. We also discuss the notion of ‘elevating the everyday’; cast-iron cookware as heirlooms; the introduction of new tech; the return of old tech; and more.

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    TOPICS & TIMES:

    Why are we talking about cast iron cookware (2:57)

    Defining "Nicer" (9:26)

    Amatuer Hour PA (13:25)

    Price Ranges (15:28)

    Rape Seed Oil Sanding (21:20)

    Why Cast Iron and the Obsession (23:53)

    Current Landscape of Cast Iron (27:57)

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  • WNDR Alpine founder, Matt Sterbenz, aka, the ‘Sauna Shaman’, talks about how Hoji kicked off his obsession with saunas; their numerous benefits; and lays out what it takes (and costs) to build your own sauna. (On our site, you can check out a bunch of photos of the sauna that Matt built. It’s sweet.)

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    TOPICS & TIMES:

    Defining Terms (8:59)

    The cold plunge trick (25:15)

    Heart and inflammation (27:19)

    hot tub vs sauna (29:42)

    planning a sauna and costs (31:17)

    Temperatures (43:14)

    Sauna Enthusiasm and becoming a Shaman (48:30)

    Infrared (51:57)

    Wrap Up (55:02)

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  • To wrap up the year, we are sharing the craft categories that most captivated our Blister reviewers in 2023, and some of the categories they are most curious about heading into 2024. This is a fun one, and it certainly fills out the picture of the people behind our reviews, videos, articles, podcasts, and Blister Summit events.

    And over on our Blister Podcast, you’ll also get to hear our team talk about their highlights of 2023, and their resolutions for 2024. Happy New Year!

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    TOPICS & TIMES:

    1: Luke Kopppa (2:11)

    2: Dylan Wood (13:49)

    3: Simon Stewart (26:17)

    4: Kara Williard (36:56)

    5: Jonathan Ellsworth (45:33)

    6: Eric Freson (56:59)

    7: Sascha Anastas (1:10:42)

    8: Kristin Sinnott (1:18:28)

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  • Over 30 billion bottles of wine are consumed each year around the world, and today, we’re talking about why we need to — and can — move away from ‘business as usual’ in the wine world. Our guest is Revelshine founder, Jake Bilbro, and Jake lays out some fascinating, rarely discussed facts about the impacts of the wine industry; his mission to change that; and why the likes of Jeremy Jones, Shane Dorian, Selema Masakala, Michelle Parker, Tanner Gudauskas, Patrick Gudauskas, Dane Gudauskas, Chris Davenport, Emily Harrington, Drew Holcomb, Vasu Sojitra, Donavon Frankenreiter, and Adrian Ballinger have all signed up to push this mission forward.

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    TOPICS & TIMES:

    Special Offer on Revelshine: (2:43)

    Jake’s Background in the Wine World (4:30)

    Limerick Lane & Starting Revelshine (6:30)

    Assessing Our Impacts on the World (33:25)

    Other Benefits of Shaking Things Up (40:54)

    The Juice: Revelshine’s Offerings (48:24)

    ‘BLISTERSHIP’, Distribution, & purchasing (59:45)

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  • Last year on CRAFTED, we talked with Blister reviewer, Paul Forward, about the art, ethics, and craftsmanship of traditional bows (episode #8). And this is the companion conversation to that episode, about the art of making arrows.

    TOPICS & TIMES:

    Kodiak Island (5:29)

    Only a Traditional Bow (11:10)

    Arrows: An Amateur's Take (14:42)r

    Relating Arrow's to Skis (28:39)

    Feathers: Weights, Forces, and Angles (34:10)

    Broadheads (44:17)

    Price Range (52:07)

    Summary of arrows (54:49)

    Arrow Makers (57:54)

    Beginner arrows vs advanced Arrows (1:00:19)

    Art and Science of Arrows (1:04:10)

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    CRAFTED ep. 8 on Traditional Bows

    Blister Pod ep. 287 on Broadening the Outdoor Community

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  • Based in Vermont — where they still make their products — Bag Balm is an American company with a 125-year history and one very remarkable story. Bag Balm’s president, Libby Parent, joins us to talk about cow udders, celebrity endorsements, and the countless uses of their products, and you’ll also get a great lesson on how to steward a company with such a rich history into the modern world.

    TOPICS & TIMES:

    From Cow Udders to Celebrity Endorsements (2:38)

    BLISTER & Bag Balm & Strange Uses (20:04)

    Changes to the Formula (24:34)

    Made in Vermont (27:36)

    Marketing Product Uses & Discovering New Ones (31:01)

    Bar Soap & (Serious) Exfoliation (35:08)

    Stewarding a 125-Yr-Old Heritage Brand (40:08)

    Most Common Uses & Emotional Support Chickens (47:36)

    How Libby’s Background Informs Her Work at Bag Balm (53:33)

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  • Dearborn Denim founder, Rob McMillan is a thoughtful guy with some grand ambitions. He’s working on building a big apparel company that ethically manufactures premium products at an affordable price, right in Chicago. Impossible you say? This past Monday, Jonathan Ellsworth met up with Rob at Dearborn Denim’s factory in Chicago to tour the factory with him, then record this conversation where he lays out the blueprint.

    TOPICS & TIMES:

    Why Rob started Dearborn Denim (2:47)

    Profitability vs Mission/Ethics (7:25)

    Why Chicago for Apparel Manufacturing? (13:38)

    Misconceptions about US Manufacturing (18:46)

    ‘Made in the USA’ Debate & Shopping Local (22:11)

    Cost (28:33)

    Solving for Fit & Advertising Challenges (33:39)

    Premium -- but Affordable?? -- Products (38:03)

    Growth & Scale (41:11)

    Materials & Fabrics: What Should We Know? (49:46)

    New Products & Contract Work (56:08)

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  • Yia Vang is a multi-nominated James Beard Award chef; the founder & head chef of Union Hmong Kitchen, and he’s carved out time to compete on the Netflix show, “Iron Chef: Quest for an Iron Legend,” host the show, ”Feral” on the Outdoors Channel, host another show, “Stoked” on the Food Network, and host the excellent podcast,“Hmonglish” which focuses on the Hmong people, their culture, representation, and Asian excellence overall.

    Yia and Jonathan discuss all of the above, plus his ‘run & gun’ approach to running a restaurant; the history of the service and sacrifices made by many Hmong people on behalf of the USA; patriotism; curiosity; football; the art of Hmong cuisine; and more.

    TOPICS & TIMES:

    Managing Restaurants, Flexibility, & Football (8:29)

    Current State of Food Culture in the USA (22:16)

    Being Anti "Fusion" (28:01)

    Hmong / US History (34:02)

    Hmong Cuisine & Hmong Clans (46:41)

    The Craft of Hmong Cuisine (51:46)

    Past, Current, & Future Projects (56:20)

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  • How do you define “consistency” — the ability to produce the exact same thing time & time again? Or producing a product that is never exactly the same, but is always of high quality? That question is at the heart of this conversation about official offerings vs independent bottlings, but Matt and Jonathan also find time to talk about Scotch and spit buckets; Matt’s current top-3 ‘hottest’ Scotch brands; the short lifespans of humans vs the long lifespans of craft categories; upcoming ski trips to Japan (Blister members, listen up); and more.

    TOPICS & TIMES:

    Peated Scotch & Spit Buckets (3:18)

    Signatory, Edradour, & Independent Bottling Co’s (6:41)

    Matt’s Top-3 ‘Hottest’ Scotch Producers (14:22)

    Country-Specific Offerings: Scotch & Skis (21:38)

    Blister Members: want to go to Japan? (26:15)

    “Consistency,” Quality, & “Craft” (29:00)

    Sherry (43:49)

    The Short Lives of Humans & Craft Products (49:45)

    Cheese, Gin, & Maple Syrup (56:22)

    Fair Warning: Things Get Loose. Stop Listening? (1:01:30)

    Austrian Food Review (1:01:35)

    Arran 10, Arran 18, & Tamdhu 15 (1:09:54)

    Drunken Blister Summit Offer & Ramblings (1:19:52)

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    CRAFTED: Matt Manser on Scotch, Part 1

    CRAFTED: Matt Manser on Scotch, Part 2

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  • Matt Manser (Atomic Ski Boots), is back to dive into the world of Scotch and independent bottlings. He and Jonathan compare a Bunnahabhain independent bottling against their official 12-year offering; discuss a single cask that cost $19M; debate whether you should add water to your Scotch; learn about the fanciest bottle Matt currently owns; and more.

    TOPICS & TIMES:

    What does a ski boot designer do in the summer? (4:10)

    Recapping our first Scotch conversation (10:08)

    What’s Your Fanciest & Favorite Bottle You Own? (13:23)

    Red Cask (16:55)

    Barrel & Cask Talk — plus a $19M cask (19:34)

    Time to start sipping! (23:56)

    Independent Bottlings (26:24)

    Adding / Not Adding Water to Scotch (30:46)

    Oban 14 (37:55)

    Back to Independent Bottlings (41:44)

    First Sip: Bunnahabhain 12 & the Magic Spoon (51:13)

    Bandaids & American Oak vs European Oak (55:16)

    Letting Your Pour Rest (58:50)

    Production volumes of Various Producers (1:06:25)

    More on Red Cask (1:11:39)

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    CRAFTED: Matt Manser on Scotch, Part 1

    CRAFTED: Matt Manser on Scotch, Part 3

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  • Today’s conversation explores the broader question of how to assess greatness? To get there, Jonathan Ellsworth and Troy Russ discuss the art & craft of tennis (and whether it is the greatest of all sports?); the art & craft of great sports writing (and whether David Foster Wallace’s essay, Roger Federer as Religious Experience is the pinnacle of the form?); and finally, we discuss Troy’s Top 5 All-Time Tennis Players, which leads us back into the big question of how to think about assessing greatness in any sport.

    TOPICS & TIMES:

    Troy’s Tennis Background & Playing Andre Agassi (5:59)

    Tennis — the Greatest Sport? (9:07)

    David Foster Wallace: Roger Federer as Religious Experience (18:40)

    Watching Tennis on TV vs In-Person (25:32)

    Troy’s Top 5 Men’s Tennis Players (29:56)

    Troy’s Top 5 Women’s Tennis Players (49:55)

    Plot Twist: Re-Ranking the Top 5 (55:49)

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  • Today, Napa Valley is home to some of the most respected wineries and coveted wines being produced, but not too long ago, it was a sleepy farm community. So in this conversation, Jonathan talks with Marilyn Harris of Paradigm Winery about how Napa … became Napa. Marilyn and her husband, Ren, own Paradigm Winery in Oakville, CA, and they’ve had a front-row seat — and played a first-hand role — in the evolution of Napa Valley.

    TOPICS & TIMES:

    How I met Marilyn & her lifelong history in Napa (2:19)

    When did winemaking start in Napa? (11:33)

    Importance of 40-acre lots in Napa (17:03)

    Zinfandel (18:07)

    Napa & Cabernet Sauvignon (22:46)

    Cult Wines & Organic Grapes (24:59)

    Scale & Growth (27:28)

    Paradigm’s Paravines Red Wine & Rosé (29:00)

    Climate Change & Napa Wine (34:20)

    Pringles (38:22)

    Monday Morning Calls (40:13)

    The Business of Paradigm & Where to Find It (42:31)

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  • Last week, Jonathan headed to The Crown in Oakland, California, which is the Coffee Lab and Tasting Room of Royal Coffee. He was there to sample experimental coffee drinks, meet with Royal Coffee CEO, Max Nicholas-Fulmer — whose favorite ski is the Moment Blister Pro — and to discuss the world of specialty “green” (not-yet-roasted) coffee.

    Max and Jonathan discuss the history of changing coffee preferences; the business of importing green beans; the stages of roasting coffee (do you know about first crack and second crack?); current trends; and how Royal Crown is encouraging home roasting with The Crown Jewel.

    Royal Coffee is a very impressive operation; The Crown is a place that any coffee lover ought to check out; and this conversation covers fascinating but less-well-known aspects of coffee.

    TOPICS & TIMES:

    The BLISTER Pro: Bringing People Together (2:55)

    Royal Coffee: the Family Business (11:47)

    Max’s Background (15:12)

    Green Beans & Dark vs. Light Roasts (16:23)

    First Crack: Caramelization (26:38)

    Second Crack: Carbonization (30:55)

    How Altitude Affects Coffee Beans (32:27)

    Processing Methods (38:00)

    Coffee Fermentation & Wet Mills (44:42)

    Geographic Trends & Geisha (46:55)

    The Crown Jewel & Home Roasting (52:14 )

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  • Today we’re discussing the rules of rum with Karen Hoskin, founder of Montanya Distillers, which produces some of the best rum in the country — right here in Crested Butte, Colorado.

    If you’re someone who hasn’t been all that into rum, this conversation will shed light on why you might have felt that way; explain why Karen doesn’t make Montanya’s rum the way that a lot of mainstream rum is produced; and is a pretty amazing crash course in the history of rum, rum culture, the longstanding tradition of “mountain rum”, and more.

    As you’ll hear, Karen not only has a lot of conviction about her own rules for rum making, but she has a number of deeply held principles that extend well beyond the craft of exceptional rum-making.

    TOPICS & TIMES:

    Turning Point: Dec 23, 1988 (3:25)

    Rum in the 2000's (8:55)

    Ways of Making Rum (13:28)

    ​​Rum & Louisiana Sugar Cane (20:47)

    Laws for US Sugar Cane (29:42)

    Why Distill in Colorado? (32:32)

    Advertising Rum & Environmental Concerns (36:46)

    Challenges of Making Great Rum (40:31)

    Montanya’s One-of-a-Kind Stil (44:04)

    Aging & Barreling (50:46)

    Montanya’s Staple Rums (58:31)

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  • Not all beer is created equal, and that certainly goes for NA beer, too. So what’s the secret? Bravus Brewing Company has been making some of the very best NA beer out there, so I headed to Bravus’ headquarters in Anaheim, CA, to meet up with Bravus founder, Philip Brandes. We talked about what led Philip to start a non-alcoholic craft brewery back in 2015; what Philip regards as some of the better - and worse - ways of making craft NA beer; and more.

    TOPICS & TIMES

    The NA Beer Space Today (5:26)What Led Philip to Start Bravus? (8:30)How to Make Great NA Beer (19:12)Heat & Yeast (25:51)The Current NA Market (33:00)Bravus’ Lineup of Beers (40:27)Anaheim, CA (48:08)

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  • Before Alex LeBlanc started Calibration Coffee Lab in Greenville, South Carolina, he was a mechanical engineer by trade, a home brewer, a home distiller, and a home coffee roaster. So what led him to leave the world of engineering to start Calibration Coffee Lab, and roast beans for a living? And how did he go about doing it? This conversation is about the process of turning your passion into a business, and the process of creating some very good roasts, too.

    Want to try some Calibration coffee? Check out the following deals:

    Use the code Blister for 15% off your first orderUse the code COFFEELOVE to get $10 off of your first subscriptionSign up for their email list to get 15% off of your first order of non-subscription coffee.

    TOPICS & TIMES:

    1st, 2nd, & 3rd Wave Coffee (2:44)Home Brewing (6:15)Home Roasting (18:44)Alex’s Engineering Background (22:13)Roasting Preferences (28:31)The Engineering & the Art of Roasting (30:10)Why Start a Roasting Company? (34:42)Beans & Blends (51:23)Farmers Markets & Where to Purchase (1:01:04)

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  • ON3P Skis founder, Scott Andrus, is back on CRAFTED to go deep into the weeds about the various gear options out there to make great coffee and espresso. We discuss the very inexpensive options; $1000 coffee grinders; Scott’s mind-blowing “Coffee Checklist for Jonathan”; and more. It’s an amazing, slightly terrifying, definitely fun conversation about Drinking Gold and the gear used to make it.

    TOPICS & TIMES:

    Affordable Options (4:49)Pour Over Options (6:34)The Confusing World of New Coffee (9:34)Coffee Grinders (How Many Do You Need??) (16:57)Jonathan’s ‘No-Prep Lifestyle’ (28:44)The Great Milk Debate (Dual vs Single Boiler) (32:00)Scott’s “Coffee Checklist for Jonathan” (46:23)Temperature Stability & Consistent Pucks (53:13)Scales on Scales on Scales (53:13)“We’re gonna Spray the Stupid Beans” (1:01:17)Water Considerations (1:05:58)Jonathan’s Coffee Timeline (1:09:28)Is All of This Worth It? (1:11:57)

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    Blister Craft CollectiveBecome a BLISTER+ MemberCRAFTED ep. 19: Best Coffee Gear, Pt. 1CRAFTED ep. 20: Best Coffee Gear, Pt. 2

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  • Today we’re talking all things guitars and guitar making with a fantastic guide to this world, Jason Verlinde, publisher of the Fretboard Journal. Jason and Jonathan discuss how and where guitars are being made; boutique vs. mass market brands; who is pushing innovation; guitar quivers; the greatest guitarists ever; and (much to Jonathan’s delight) Blind Willie McTell.

    TOPICS & TIMES:

    Gear Nerdery & Vintage Amps (4:44)

    Fretboard Journal (6:38)

    Loving Guitars, but not Guitar Media (8:05)

    How & When Jason got into Guitars (11:34)

    Current Interest in Guitars (14:12)

    How do people get into playing? (17:01)

    Ukuleles (20:14)

    Boutique vs Mass Market Brands (25:56)

    History of Guitar Making (31:27)

    Rock & Roll Changed Everything (39:09)

    Craft of Manufacturing (42:12)

    Performance & Guitar Quivers (44:58)

    Who is Pushing Innovation & How? (51:04)

    Prices / Price Ranges (1:00:47)

    Jason's Guitar Heroes (1:07:38)

    Best Guitarists Ever (1:10:03)

    Check out Fretboard Journal (1:18:43)

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  • Jonathan talks to JING Tea founder, Ed Eisler, about the origins, production, and culture of tea;  “Duckshit” tea; what goes into making an exceptional cup of tea; the pros and cons of coffee vs tea; trends in the tea world, and more.

    TOPICS & TIMES:

    Starting JING (5:47)

    Single Malt & Craft Tea (16:08)

    Coffee vs Tea (20:25)

    Caffeine & Flavor (33:10)

    Milk in Tea? The Debate (39:30)

    What Makes Great Tea Leaves? (43:47)

    Trends & State Of The Union (47:51)

    Brewing Tea (57:43)

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  • Why are there so many collabs in the craft beer world? We talk to Offset Bier co-founder, Conor Brown, and New Image Brewing founder, Brandon Capps, for answers, and also about the new collabs they’ve just released; “New World” or “West Coast” pilsners; snooty bike shops; skiing pow; barley wine; & more.

    TOPICS & TIMES:

    Offset Bier (4:40)New Image Brewing (6:51)Why So Many Beer Collabs? (8:27)Historic / Favorite Collabs? (12:43)How Conor & Brendan Met (15:04)Skiing Powder (17:06)Offset & New Image Collab (19:52)Blizzard of Haaaaappps and The Guest Experience: Decapitator (26:17)“New World” or “West Coast” Pilsner (33:33)Barley Wine (44:51)Where is Craft Beer Headed? (48:43)Where to Find Offset x New Image Collabs? (1:03:34)Beer Vacation in Germany (1:07:11)

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    Become a Blister + Spot MemberBlister Craft CollectiveOur Other Podcasts with Brandon & Connor:CRAFTED ep 15: Art, Gear, & BeerCRAFTED ep 03: Offset Bier, Origins & EthosCRAFTED ep 01: New Image Brewing

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    CRAFTED Bikes & Big IdeasOff The CouchGEAR:30Happy Hour

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