Does any one have suggestions on podcasts about homebrewing? Preferably a short excerpt about what topics they bring up.
Brewing Network should be your starting point. Download The Jamil Show, Brew Strong and Brewing With Style and listen to everything from the start. Yes, it is a LOT of podcasts, but you will learn so many things! There are other podcasts on the network, but I will recommend those to start with. Topics: EVERYTHING. They cover all topics, from very basic to the very advanced. They chat with home brewers and pro brewers and random people in between. Warning: The shows may contain foul humor/language. Some content may not be family safe.
Basic Brewing Radio is the other podcast that you should download and listen to from the start. Topics: EVERYTHING! Very similar to the podcast above, but more "professional" and family friendly.
Tip: Listen to the podcasts on 1.5 speed, then you get through them in a shorter time.
Basic brewing, Interviews Gravity, Malts, Equipment, Quality, Everything
Water treatment, Interviews, Mead
http://craftbeeracademy.com/category/podcast/ Episodes: 20+
Here are some more: http://microbrewr.com/best-craft-beer-podcasts/
Beer smith is nice, that created of the software with the same name interviews different beer experts.
I recommend Experimental Homebrewing
Beer smith or American Home brewer Association is a great place to start.
20 Episodes brulosophy.com
Relatively new podcast where they recap "exbeeriments" they've done. Essentially, they brew side-by-side batches, one control and one with a test variable. The topics are pretty on point for homebrewers--it doesn't stray off topic like many other podcasts.
All-time favorite is Basic Brewing. The Mr. Rodger of homebrew. Can't get enough.
Come and Brew It Radio
On iTunes and Stitcher