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True Crime Brewery

True Crime Brewery is a true crime podcast unlike any other! Husband and wife, Jill and Dick, use their medical knowledge and life experiences to take a deep dive into some of the most fascinating crimes from all over the world. Just for fun, Dick uses his expertise as a craft beer lover to review and/or recommend beers from the regions where each crime occurred. Meet them at the quiet end of the bar for a craft brew and a no-holds-barred true crime discussion.
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Now displaying: October, 2016
Oct 27, 2016

Darlie Routier told investigators that she woke in the middle of the night to an intruder attacking her and her two young children.  But her story of the events that night didn't make sense.  Now her two young children were dead while she had relatively minor injuries.  Her trial was a disaster.  Darlie was convicted of murder and sentenced to die by lethal injection.

What happened in this young woman's life that led her to this fate?

Join us at the quiet end for a true crime discussion and a (512) IPA by 512 Brewing

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Oct 25, 2016

After nearly four decades behind bars, an Arizona man who long maintained that his ex-wife had framed him for a double murder left prison as a free man.  With the help of the Arizona Justice Project, Bill Macumber gained national attention as a man wrongly convicted.  It was less than one year after his release that he was back behind bars, charged and subsequently convicted of child sexual abuse against his own great-grandchildren.

Join us at the quiet end to discuss the murders, the evidence, and the opinions of Bill's supporters and detractors in this stunning case of guilt, innocence, and guilt.

Four Peaks Kilt Lifter is the beer of choice.

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Oct 22, 2016

The Friedli family home in Pinyon Pines, California was burned to the ground in 2006.  This was no accident.  Inside, investigators found the charred remains of Vicki Friedli and her boyfriend, Jon Hayward.  Out front, posed grotesquely in a wheelbarrow, were the remains of 18 year old Becky Friedli.  She, too, was burned beyond recognition.  This terrible crime went unsolved for years even though family and friends of the victims had no doubt who was responsible.  Finally, justice may be in sight.  Join us at the quiet end of the bar.

Cochella Valley Brewing's Phoenix is the beer!

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Oct 11, 2016

On a cold evening in January 2001, the idyllic community of Dartmouth College was shattered by the discovery that two professors had been brutally murdered in their own home. Investigators searched in vain for clues linking the victims, Half and Susanne Zantop, to their murderer or murderers. The residents of Hanover, New Hampshire, speculated about who could have been responsible. The grisly nature of the crimes themselves destroyed the sanctity and invulnerability of the community.  This was a crime without reason, apparently without motive.

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Oct 6, 2016

Etan Patz was just 6 years old when he disappeared from his Manhattan neighborhood in 1979.  His disappearance helped in the establishment of new legislation and new methods for tracking missing children.  He was the first child to be pictured on milk cartons.  In 2010, Etan's case was reopened.  The case was tried in 2015, ending in a mistrial.  Jury selection for a retrial is now under way. In this episode of TCB, we discuss Etan's disappearance, the loss felt by his family, the suspects and the impending trial. 

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