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Ex-BioWare Greg Zeschuk is beer Jesus in his new web show


6:30 PM on 02.11.2013



In case you ever doubted BioWare co-founder Greg Zeschuk's plan to launch a documentary web series on beer, he now has two episodes on YouTube of his show, The Beer Diaries. He's also gone hardcore Jesus with the facial hair. I approve.

The Beer Diaries is hosted by Zeschuk, who has been focusing on exploring craft brews since leaving BioWare in September. The show features a series of interviews showcasing brewers and their beers. The first two episodes focus on brewers in and around Austin, Texas -- right after I left the city. Wonderful. The crew plan to travel to Colorado next.

So basically, beer.






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