The Quest for Beer Near Perfection
Affectionately known to history as the “Father of Beer,” Del Breowan is different from most men. But it’s not his three foot ten height that sets him apart. What makes him different is his dedication to beer. Growing and gathering the ingredients for beer, brewing beer, selling beer, writing about beer, singing about beer, and of course drinking beer. His story is one of passion. Passion for a craft. His self-given life mission is to write the first full accounting of all the various beers, ales, and brewed drinks in the world.
Follow along with Del as he uses his brewing expertise to save the life of a fellow brewer from a group of battle-honed Paladin Knights and in the process experience a mythical beer of legend.
Famous beer connoisseur Del Breowan lived a happy life in medieval England, tasting and reviewing the finest and driest beers for his renowned publication, The Brewmaster’s Quarterly Gazette. But as he's about to embark on another one of his crafty adventures, he's tasked with transporting young Prince Henry to safety, where he finds himself on a journey that no brew craftsman could prepare for. Join Del Breowan, Anklesneeze the Bard, and Prince Henry on an epic adventure in Ale.
Enthrall to the tales of this renowned craftsman whose unparalleled love for brewing has never truly faded. You will have no trouble forgiving his outlandish stories, because the beer is so good.
The Cost of Free Beer
Famous beer connoisseur & publisher of the Brewmaster’s Quarterly Gazette, Del Breowan, has received dire news of a tragedy in the small medieval English town of Stratford. Fourteen men have been poisoned at the local beer festival and Del’s good friend and fellow brewer, Totalmire, has been implicated. The local beer inspector, John, has only recently been appointed aleconner in Stratford and hasn’t a clue to help him find the evildoer. Can Del and his friends help John find the mad poisoner before he strikes again?
Join Del Breowan, Anklesneeze the Bard, and some of his new friends as you listen to this the third tale of this renowned craftsman whose unparalleled love for brewing has never truly faded. You will have no trouble forgiving his outlandish stories, because the beer is so good.