Molson Coors appointed Jeff Agase to lead its craft beer division, Tenth & Blake, on May 11. Agase joins the Brewbound Podcast to share his vision for the division, where it fits within Molson Coors' premiumization efforts, and how the company views M&A.
This week on the New Music Business, the 4-piece Georgia band Walden breaks down their fully independent and successful Where's Walden Tour that grossed $80k and carried them across the entire U.S. with only a $50 budget.3:18 Welcome3:53 The Where's Walden Tour9:03 Booking and outreach from start to finish12:58 Breweries vs. traditional music venues16:42 With a little help from Indie On The Move, Yelp and Facebook22:32 No show close calls31:27 Interactive website tour map35:46 Inside the Where's Walden Tour poster38:06 Merch game38:55 Cold pitch emails and negotiations48:18 Merch game (continued)55:18 What they would have done differently1:05:47 How they grossed $80k1:15:08 Final questionSubscribe to The New Music Business: https://aristake.com/nmbAri's Take Academy (use code NMB for 10% off): https://aristakeacademy.comWatch more discussions like this: https://bit.ly/3LavMpaConnect with Ari's Take:Website: https://aristake.comAcademy: https://aristakeacademy.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/aristake_TikTok: https://email@example.comTwitter: https://twitter.com/ArisTakeYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/aristake1Connect with Ari Herstand:Website: https://ariherstand.comInstagram: https://instagram.com/ariherstandTwitter: https://twitter.com/ariherstandYouTube: https://youtube.com/ariherstandConnect with Walden:Website: https://whereswaldentour.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/waldengramsTikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@whereswaldentourYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6riyJ3_-KFkZBDKYZ9t89QEdited and mixed by Maxton HunterMusic by Brassroots DistrictProduced by the team at Ari's Take See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On today's Celiac Project Podcast:The guys finish up their Spring News and Notes with a bang! Mike and Cam take a deep dive into all 19 dedicated gluten free breweries in the U.S. and share more incredible listener emails. They also talk about a fascinating study that could finally show that celiac disease is much more prevalent than what has for years been considered the status quo.Listent to the full episode here: https://celiacprojectpodcast.libsyn.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Last week, word got out that Patrick Rue, the founder of The Bruery in Orange County California, and more recently the founder and operator of Erosion Wines in Napa had acquired a 50 percent stake in Moonlight Brewery, a beloved northern California brewery founded 30 years ago by Brian Hunt. Moonlight is known for its beers like Death & Taxes and Reality Czech and had been half owned by Lagunitas via Heineken for the past six years. I first learned of the news via Beer by BART, a great site run by Gail Ann Williams and Steve Shapiro. If you're not already following them on social media, rectify that quickly. A subsequent press release release from the brewery noted that “Patrick will serve in an advisory capacity and will direct an oak barrel-aging beer program that enhances the integrity and heritage of Moonlight.” It continued by saying that under the Heineken co-ownership Moonlight "packaging shifted from exclusively draft to additionally offering beers in cans, and both production and distribution have grown all while keeping sales limited to Northern California. The new ownership strengthens Moonlight's dedication to remaining locally owned. This will allow for patient growth, greater availability of its coveted beers to its fans and wholesale partners, while maintaining the deliciousness and highest quality for which Moonlight is so well known.” Press release aside, in this episode we hear from the owners directly. This Episode is sponsored by:Cigar City Brewing Co.Check out Fancy Papers from Cigar City Brewing. With aromas of freshly cut grass and tangerine along with white wine grape and bread-like aromas, this Hazy IPA has flavors of guava, melon, and lime leaf. Brewed with Strata, Sabro, and Idaho 7 hops to draw in lovers of fruit-forward Hazy IPAs, get some today where you buy beer and learn more at cigar city brewing. com Learn more at Cigar City Brewing.com For more Drink Beer, Think Beer or to check out Beer Edge follow us on Twitter @thebeeredge and visit All About Beer. Host: John Holl Guests: Brian Hunt and Patrick Rue of Moonlight Brewing Sponsors: Cigar City Brewing, The Craft Brewery Cookbook, All About Beer and The Beer Edge Tags: Beer, Ownership, California, Collaboration, Innovation, Wine
Who wants a nice warm beer? Yeah, we thought so. But as parents, we've found that our kids often distract us mid beer at parties or events and leave us with a lovely can of lukewarm. Which led us to an experiment to explore - which beer tastes best warm? The Beering Ain't Easy podcast has done all the detective work so you don't have to!Featured Beers (Saint Arnold Brewing Variety Pack. Houston, TX):Fancy LawnmowerH-Town PilsAmber AleArt Car Other Shout-Outs:YetiMichelob UltraLil' Snack. 11 Below Brewing Company, Houston, TX.Pre-War Pils. Live Oak Brewing Company, Austin, TX.H-Town Brewery Challenge Featured Breweries:Urban South HTXPlatypus BrewingTexas Leaguer Brewing HTOWN Brewery Challenge Tracker - See how we're doing on our challenge to visit all breweries within 50 miles of Houston! NEW WEBSITE and MERCH PAGE! Check out all the great podcasts that are a part of Cross the Streams media!https://www.crossthestreamsmedia.com/show/beering-aint-easy/Follow @beeringainteasy on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or YouTube, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or follow our beer quest on Untappd, usernames BeeringAintEasyAdam and BeeringAintEasyDrew.
As a self-proclaimed “refugee” of the corporate world, Robert Finkel brings to the table decades of experience working in venture capitalism and private investment for his most recent undertaking—brew pubs. What started as a personal passion shared with colleagues to give them a taste of the craft beer experience, Robert has constructed into a successful grouping of botanical brew pubs, known as Forbidden Root, in which Robert's team of alchemists join classic ingredients to create innovative flavors. Quench your thirst for imaginative entrepreneurism on this episode!
BrewHaha with Sean McDonald (Cole St Brewery): Urban Sanctuary Lavendar Lager, Can Art, Wine vs Beer Ferment, Brewery Levels, When Good Kegs Go Bad, Shout Outs
This bonus episode, we drink more beers.. talk about more video games and react to some movie and television show’s trailers. The post Episode 253 – Pail, Welcome to the Bonus Episode appeared first on DrinkIN GeekOUT.
This week Ben and Frane blasted out a crazy week of NFL news from an outdoor location, where football should be played and football podcasts should be recorded! We discuss breaking NFL news,, way too early NFL power rankings, Browns being the Browns - no hope for dismal franchise, Nakobe Dean ready to roll for Eagles, Andy Reid tribute, NFL 2020 schedule released, Eagles' secondary needs improvement, and much more.Frane concocted the shot of the week. We sampled and reviewed Château de Laubade VSOP Armagnac and Made West Brewery Purple Tide Pilsner.Follow us at @GoalThirst on Twitter and @thirstand on Instagram. You can listen and subscribe at thirstandgoal.buzzsprout.com. Please also check us out on Pandora and Amazon Music! To send us a question or comment, email: email@example.com. Leave us a voicemail at (818) 350-2680 (Be aware: we may play it on the air).
In this episode, Carlin evaluates an interesting rum barrel aged beer, a sour based on grilled pineapple, and a beer wine hybrid done in collaboration with Erosion Wine Company.
Christian & Thad had over to South Bend Brew Werks for some beers and conspiracy talk. Thad tells you about chem trails. Christian discusses Birds aren't Real conspiracy. Thanks to our sponsors Studebaker Brewing Co. & South Bend Brew Werks. Send us an email at www.michianabeerreviewers.com CHEERS
This month we welcome TJ Wallin & Adam Boyd of Garland Brew Werks (Spokane, WA) to the Brewhouse Stage for some insight into the Spokane Brewery Scene as well as some history as to how TJ and Adam came to open the Garland Brew Werks brewery together... and we'll try to give away a copy of Adam Boyd's new drinking board game: Hammered Heroes. We also get to play games with an audience member and catch up with Dave & Tim and the whole Mountain Lakes Brewery team. As always we enjoyed discounted beer and fun for the whole taproom with your host, Chris Cindric!
‘Twas the day before the Maryland Craft Beer Festival, and all throughout the DMV, DC Beerists were getting restless, waiting to travel for beer and Maryland's finest yeast.Brandy ventures outside the DC border to get a sneak peek taste of Maryland's delicious beer, and talks with Earl Holman from Crooked Crab. Crooked Crab beer has been booming in the DC area over the last year. But the last time we talked with Earl, it was just before the pandemic started, and we had no idea what was ahead of us for the next few years. Earl tells us how Crooked Crab adapted to changing times, how they work to brew beer that every person will find satisfying, and what exciting things are coming up in Crooked Crab's future. In other news, we are in full force beer event season! The gang shares everything you need to know about events coming up at Rocket Frog, Silver Branch & Old Ox, and gives sneak peeks into DC Pride happenings at DC Brau and the Queer Beer Festival.Keep up to date with everything happening at DCBeer.com, @DCBeer on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.Breweries, distilleries, restaurants, and others who want us to announce new releases can provide that information at DC.beer/releases.DC Beer now has great branded gear for you! Check it out at DCBeer.com!
This week on Beer Sessions Radio, Jimmy welcomes back Jerard Fagerberg from Episode 603: From Jack Kerouac to British Coal Miners, The History of The Workingman's Drink. Two renowned beer culture writers, Pete Brown and Dave Infante also join us for a conversation about unionizing in the craft beer industry. The episode kicks off with Pete's description of the pubs and private clubs in Britain, along with his solid argument about how Shakespeare, Beyonce, and Charles Dicken all share a favorite spot in London. We also get to listen to Pete's upcoming book, “Clubland,” and the inspiration behind it. The discussion then moves back to the States with Dave and Jerard talking about unions among craft breweries, and interindustry solidarity in organizing. While Jerard brings up Fair State Brewing Cooperative as a shining example of successful unions, Dave talks about the struggles and failures that workers might face in this uphill battle. Last but certainly not least, the gang dives deep into class consciousness and its education among mainstream discord, talking about Kim Kelly's “Fight Like Hell,” football, and what Pete calls football. Pete also talks more about the Working Men's Club and his working-class background.Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support Beer Sessions Radio by becoming a member!Beer Sessions Radio is Powered by Simplecast.
Corbin (@CHosler), DJ (@Rose0fThorns). and Jason (@jasonEalt) welcome on Streamer, Cosplayer, TikTok-er and WhatNot seller, Nessa (@NessaMeowMeow) to talk about the WhatNot platform and all things Magic news. Make sure to check us out on Youtube because everything is better with video. https://www.youtube.com/user/BrainstormBrewery 05:09 Gamer Hours 07:09 Breaking Bulk 21:00 Perfect Recall 36:03 Selling on...
In this Dailycast episode, Chris Maitland and Justin McClelland present a very good episode of Wrestling Coast to Coast as they travel to Eaton, Pa. for LVAC's Bash at the Brewery and the Avery Good retirement show, with two Avery Good matches. Plus, podcast favorite Willow Nightengale faces Tracy Williams and the World Famous CB takes on Myung Jae Lee. Also, Justin traveled to his own local indy - Xtreme Valley Wrestling - and is ready to tell you all about his adventures there. For VIP listeners, Coast to Coast heads south to Action Wrestling to check out Alex Shelley vs. Anthony Henry and AC Mack vs. Anthony Greene for the IWTV World Title.
This father-son duo share the story of O'so Brewing Company. Many brewers got their start homebrewing, but Marc too things one step further. He opened a home-brew supply shop known as Point Brew Supply. O'so Brewing was named Wisconsin's second fastest growing brewery in 2013. Enjoy our conversation with Marc and Dylan while enjoying some oh so good beer!Follow O'so Brewing Company: Instagram: @oso_brewingFacebook: /osobrewingcompanyWebsite: osobrewing.comFollow Pour Another Round:Facebook: /PourAnothrRoundInstagram: @PourAnothrRoundTwitter: @PourAnothrRoundPour Another Round now has merch. Show off your favorite beer podcast to friends with the softest t-shirts and some pretty sweet hats. Even if you're drinking alone, wearing one of these will be like two of your favorite drinking buddies are always with you too. Check out the shop!
The Craft Brewers Conference returned after a couple years abense, due to the pandemic, in Minneapolis. Mike and Kevin talk about their experiences with the biggest trade show for small breweries and whether it's actually worth the time and money. United We Drink loves Made In Cookware. Follow United We Drink on their social media channels. Twitter Instagram Facebook
Welcome to Buzzed with Brian! We have our second Brewery Special! I am very excited to bring back another episode of this format. I had the chance to sit down with Pio of Delta Beer Lab in Madison, WI. Pio is the founder and Chief Beer Officer at Delta. You may recall their Bock we featured in episode 011. As we sat in the canning room, Pio told the tales of his journey with beer, the creation of his brewery, and of course enjoyed another one of their beers! Sit back, relax, and raise a pint to Pio for coming onto the show!Thanks, and as always… Cheers Beers! After you consume the content of this taproom special, please write a review, follow us on social media, and hit that subscribe button. I would think you're pretty neat if you did!https://linktr.ee/buzzed_with_brian https://www.delta.beer/Host & Producer: Brian HansonChief Editor & Engineer: Matt SchabelPodcast Art Director: Amber SchabelMusical Score: North Breese, I hear they may have some vinyl coming out!https://open.spotify.com/artist/1jSw7NOndAf9I85UaN2dL7?si=uoK6J0TmQua8ztaiF6ceOA
Prepare to enter Britain's most 'gramworthy fingering pit as we introduce a new segment, plus: Inebriated deer, removable Dutch floors, dipping your child, and the Tipping Report. *** Support our show and get exclusive bonus episodes by subscribing on Patreon: www.patreon.com/BoontaVista *** Email the show at email@example.com! Call in and leave us a question or a message on 1800-317-515 to be answered on the show! *** Twitter: twitter.com/boontavista Website: boontavista.com Merchandise: shop.boontavista.com/ Twitch: twitch.tv/boontavista
The Brewbound team recaps the 2022 Craft Brewers Conference and shares their big takeaways from the gathering of 10,000 beer industry professionals in Minneapolis. Justin, Jess and Zoe discuss the push on direct-to-consumer sales, brewery cultures and the overarching themes of positivity and back-to-business mentality of the show.
Welcome to the Power Hour Podcast. Brian and Jim discuss the following; introWhat are we drinkingWhat are we playingPatreon (thank Phony for going from 2 to 5 tier and amara for signing up at $5)Jury awards stone Brewing 56 million in case with Keystone https://www.courthousenews.com/jury-hands-stone-brewing-56-million-in-trademark-war-with-millercoors/https://www.inside.beer/news/detail/usa-stone-brewing-considered-selling-the-company/Overrated / Underrated: cozy sitting areas at breweries / tap housesWhich is better?: Sonic SATAM theme vs Sonic XSatam: https://youtu.be/7R2vFDIBToISonic X: https://youtu.be/Z9G1Mf6TZRs StoneBrewing #Sonic #Breweries
Monica Potter, head brewer at Pedals & Pints Brewing Co., comes back to hang out and get nerdy with Flex and Greg. They're talking about unicorn beers, fun hops, gross beer lines, Florida Man's new toy, and a list of hazies. Greg and Monica are sipping on It's a Unicorn Thing from WeldWerks Brewing Co. She was very excited for the Lotus hops. Flex is sipping on Pure Project's Endless Vista, a Murky DIPA. Shoutout to Andrew for the homebrew as well.Would nutrition labels on beer turn you off? They may be coming soon. Finland keeps coming back for more, and we can't wait to visit! Ever had a beer from dirty beer lines? It's disgusting. And Monica tells us why it's so bad (and some horror stories). And why are craft seltzers always so bad?Thanks, Oklahoma, for finally fixing your weird, beer-spoiling laws.Guinness is looking to infiltrate the coffee world. A teacher shows up high, drunk, and higher to class. Florida Man is back at it, and he's got a grenade this time. And the highest-rated hazy IPAs of 2022; sure to anger Flex.Monica: www.instagram.com/momoagogooo https://www.pedalsandpintsbrewing.com Flexy: www.instagram.com/flex_me_a_beer Craft Beer Republic: www.CraftBeerRepublic.com www.instagram.com/CraftBeerRepublic www.facebook.com/CraftBeerRepublicPod www.twitter.com/CraftBeerRepub (805) 538-2337
On this weeks episode we have the pleasure and honor of being hosted by Paul Reiter, CEO and Co-owner of Great Notion Brewing. We pick Paul's brain to see how the process of building a great brewing company from the ground up works, the hardships along the way and how you push through the recent pandemic and still come out stong and making fantastic beer! Of course we taste through some delicious beers along the way. Please enjoy this great episode, we certainly did!*Please note this episode is unedited due to a complication and may contain foul or explicit language.
"They say that beer brings people together, and that was certainly evident last week in Minneapolis as much of the brewing world gathered for the Craft Brewers Conference and it seems that at some point or another everyone made the trip to Fair State Brewing Cooperative. I was among them, and had the chance to sit down with co-founders Niko Tonks and Evan Sallee. From the beginning, as the brewery name suggests, the pair along with other co-founder Matt Hauck, wanted consumers to be involved with the business. Not just funding, but with meaningful feedback. Fitting that their plan came together at Black Star, another brewery co-op in Austin, and when the doors opened here in 2014 they became the first in Minnesota to follow the model and only the third in the nation. Now with more than 2,000 members the brewery is hitting a stride. It has been shaped by the pandemic, of course, but the time of COVID has helped Evan and Niko dial in the business, focus more deeply on recipes and really think about the future. We recorded this in the taproom over a pitcher of pilsner and get into many aspects of the business, and the emerging interest in non-alcoholic beers, including one they had on their taproom menu and that I thoroughly enjoyed."-John HollThis Episode is sponsored by:Cigar City Brewing Co.Check out Fancy Papers from Cigar City Brewing. With aromas of freshly cut grass and tangerine along with white wine grape and bread-like aromas, this Hazy IPA has flavors of guava, melon, and lime leaf. Brewed with Strata, Sabro, and Idaho 7 hops to draw in lovers of fruit-forward Hazy IPAs, get some today where you buy beer and learn more at cigar city brewing. com Learn more at Cigar City Brewing.com For more Drink Beer, Think Beer or to check out Beer Edge follow us on Twitter @thebeeredge and visit All About Beer. Host: John Holl Guests: Niko Tonks and Evan Sallee of Fair State Brewing Cooperative Sponsors: Cigar City Brewing, The Craft Brewery Cookbook, All About Beer and The Beer Edge Tags: Beer, Ingredients, Pilsner, Collaboration, Innovation, Non-alcoholic beer
We are Legion!A declaration that Executive General Manager David Haigh and Team Manager Andre “Bo” Bosier of the San Diego Legion know will become a household mantra. As our hometown, star-studded rugby team continues to grow, so do the fans. On this episode, we touch on David's history as a player turned manager, Andre's military experience in team building, and how these experiences have helped forge unity and accountability throughout the organization. Along with Andre's history, we chat about the importance of supporting our military brothers and sisters and the 5/15 Military Appreciation home game, where they'll be honored for their contributions to our country. Rugby is an evolving sport here in San Diego. Who doesn't want to want to watch a fast paced, high-octane battle that always ends with mutual respect and a few rounds at the pub? We sure do!A very special thank you to our armed forces for continuing to fight for our freedom to do what we believe in.
A growing number of breweries have shifted Astoria from a drive-by town to a craft beer and spirits destination. But as the fermentation cluster of breweries, distilleries and cideries grows in Astoria, it's leading to more waste being generated from leftover yeast, hops and other proteins. In response, the City of Astoria is expected to implement a new system later this month to address the growing concerns of solid waste this industry is putting out. We'll hear from Cindy Moore, assistant city engineer for Astoria, on how this new system works. David Kroening, co-founder of Buoy Beer, and Jeremy Towsey-French, founder of Reveille Ciderworks, will also join us to share how this new system will change their costs and ways to handle waste.
This week, we speak to Blasta Brewing Co. founder Steve Russell.Since launching in 2018, the Western Australian brewery has gone from strength-to-strength through awards, funding and most recently, through appointing a national sales director in Luke Pirrottina.During the chat, we discuss these milestones, as well as the brewery's work with the Western Australian Brewers Association.Our partnersHPA – Learn how HPA are contributing to a sustainable future of quality beer by watching their virtual hop harvest.Brewstaff - Brewstaff partners with some of Australia's favourite craft breweries & distilleries to find the best talent the industry has to offer.Dixon Asia Pacific - Dixon Asia Pacific supplies all the technical flow products needed to brew a good beer.If you like what we do at Radio Brews News you can help us out by:Sponsoring the showReviewing us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or your favourite podcasting serviceEmailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org to share your thoughts
“People are seeing, ‘Hey, if this girl from Youngstown can do it, why can't I?' I think it just takes someone seeing someone who looks like them to see it's a possibility.”In this episode we talk with Hannah Ferguson, a brewer of beer, a maker of cider and wine, and the founder of D.O.P.E. Ciderhouse & Winery, which will open soon in Youngstown, Ohio. Hannah was the first Black female professional brewer in the state of Ohio, and only the second Black female cidery owner in the entire country. Her enthusiasm and positivity have helped her push through the challenges involved in following her dreams, and I know you'll find her story inspiring and encouraging.Breweries and beverage makers mentioned in this episode include Barley's Brewing, Weathered Souls, Penguin City, Modern Methods, Woodland Cellar, Alematic Artisan Ales, and McBride Sisters.Specific beers discussed in this episode include Alematic/D.O.P.E. I'm DOPE Belgian Hazy IPA and Modern Methods Black Is Beautiful Imperial Stout.The music for this episode was sampled from an instrumental version of the song “Come Home” written and performed by indie folk musician Anna ps. You can find out more about Anna and get in touch about booking her for a show at her website.Hannah Ferguson was born and raised in Youngstown, Ohio, and graduated from Kent State University in 2004 with her B.S. and received her MBA from Keller Graduate School in 2011. Hannah has been a home wine and cider maker for 10 years. She started D.O.P.E. (Dwelling On Positive Energy) Brands LLC in 2017. To expand her knowledge in the industry in 2018 she became an assistant brewer for a local brewery and stayed in the position for 2.5 years. Hannah is the first female black brewer in the state of Ohio, she will also have the first black female owned cider and winery (which she will be the head wine and cider maker) in the state of Ohio when she opens DOPE Cider House and Winery this year. DOPE Brands, LLC is not only a cider and wine manufacturer, but also a lifestyle brand that takes pride in creating connections and experiences through cider and wine. Most importantly, D.O.P.E. is about Dwelling On Positive Energy and empowering underrepresented minorities in the industry.
Tasmania has a bit of a history with lagers…both of the big guys down have battled for 100 odd years to see who is best. More recently, Tasmanian drinkers have rediscovered their love of lager, brewed by the new wave of craft breweries in this state, and they are liking what they are tasting.I guess that's why a brewery such as The Albert can afford to model their whole business plan on them…lagers of every colour. I'm not sure if it's because I have done hazy's to death, or that I'm getting grumpy in my old age, but there is something about a lager right now that I am just loving. Add the fact that The Albert has recently pumped out another favourtie of mine, a mid strength lager, and I am, in heaven! The new Albert Blue has been my beer of choice for the last few months down here, and now it seems that you mainlanders are now going to get a taste of it.Head Brewer, JJ King, has worked his way around a few mainland breweries, and has now settled in Tasmania to brew Lagers at The Albert...enjoy the chat!Check out The Albert Brewery hereWant to help spread the craft beer gospel?Follow me on Instagram, Facebook, or YouTubeRate, Review and Subscribe on Apple Podcasts or Spotify...click the link on your phone and scroll to the bottomOr Follow/Subscribe on your favourite podcast player
Points of discussion:1. Read the piece at: https://cododesign.com/2022-beer-branding-trends/2. Join Beer Branding Trends Newsletter to ask questions for our next podcast: www.beerbrandingtrends.com3. Reinvention (rebrands, refreshes, packaging formats in flux, SKU rationalization, a shift back to bottles?)4. Why are lifestyle brands s smart play right now? (Also, what is a lifestyle brand?)5. eCommerce (the real adventure was in the consumer data we gathered along the way)6. Beyond Beer (yet another plug for our book that we've been talking about for two years. is it even real?)7. CODO with the hot takes!8. Day parting (how can breweries open up new morning, afternoon and evening occasions?)9. Cody is all in on nootropics, mushroom coffee and cocaine. (is there anything more functional than cocaine?)10. Revisiting the Law of Category11. Some thoughts on seltzer (going premium, categorical differentiation, seltzer-izing other categories)12. Brand Architecture13. The accidental hospitality group14. Fanciful names vs. monolithic brand-forward names15. Package design trends + expert opinions-Learn more at www.craftbeerrebranded.com-Have a topic or question you'd like us to field on the show? Shoot it our way: email@example.com-Join 5,500+ food and bev industry pros who are subscribed to the Beer Branding Trends Newsletter (and access all past issues) at: www.beerbrandingtrends.com
BrewHaha with Sean McDonald (Cole St Brewery): Beer of the Week: Urban Sanctuary Labrynth Lager, Recap Field Trip, Downtown Cruise, Volunteers, Bottle Zombies, Glass/Containers, Shout Outs
In this episode we discuss the friday the 13th movies, including Jason’s top 13 kills of all time! The geeks visit Crystal Lake.Beers: Keith Pail: Summit City’s Rhuberry Raven [https://untappd.com/b/summit-city-brewerks-rhuberry-raven/4539334]Saf Duke: People’s Hop Killa Batch 777 [https://untappd.com/b/people-s-brewing-company-hop-killa-iipa-batch-777-special-edition/4525041] The post Episode 252 – Friday the 13th: The Geeks Visit Crystal Lake appeared first on DrinkIN GeekOUT.
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The Original 40 Brewing Company is a new OG We caught Cosimo Sorrentino just in time to talk about San Diego's The Original 40 Brewing Co. before he heads for Lazarus Brewing in Austin, TX. Cosmo's a San Diego native and spent time brewing in Europe before returning home. When asked about the departure he shares that he likes where the beer scene is in Austin and wants to be a part of that, also the overall culture of the city. And, of course, BBQ. As we chat with Sorrentino about brewing in San Diego and Europe, Maibock, Cashmere hops, and the insanity of moving to Austin in the Summer we drink through some of their lineup. Contrary #beertwitter rumble lats week about there being nothing but IPAs at breweries, Original 40 runs the gamut with Pilsners, Rice Lagers, Smoked Brown Ales, super-thicc stouts, and yes, some NE and West Coast IPAs. And they're all damn tasty. If you're in San Diego you should take a trip to the taproom. This Saturday (05/07/22) would be a good day, they're releasing Rafiki's Ritual, a glass-paintingly thick bourbon barrel-aged imperial stout. Grab a bite, get a beer, enjoy that San Diego weather and bid farewell and good luck to Cosimo on his next adventure. The Beer List The Original 40 Brewing Co. Ashes From The Grave (Smoked Brown Ale) Check To Czech (Bohemian Pilsner) Cloud Noises (DDH Hazy IPA) Snap! Crackle! Hop! (West Coast IPA with Rice) Rafiki's Ritual (Imperial Stout) - Releasing at the taproom 05/07/22 Tachi (Japanese Lager) Follow, Subscribe, Share! If you enjoyed this episode please share it with a friend and make sure to follow us on the socials! Listen and Subscribe: The Podcast Park | Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify Follow: Instagram | Facebook | Twitter Support the show on Patreon and get all episodes commercial free plus other cool perks. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week on the watch list we take a look at the first few episode's of HBO's "Winning Time, the Rise of the Lakers Dynasty" On tap we've got beers from Burlington Brewing Company, Bolero Snort Brewery, Wren House Brewing & Toms River Brewing Stay Connected!!! https://www.instagram.com/jewels2pointoh/ The Airey Bros. IG @aireybros / https://www.instagram.com/aireybros/ https://www.blacksheependurance.com/podcast Premium Content : AB/DC Programming / B-Role & Mix Tapes / Accountability Coaching https://www.patreon.com/AireyBros Value for Value https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=BHCAKFGH6TNF2
Corbin (@CHosler) is back with DJ (@Rose0fThorns) and Jason (@jasonEalt) and they are all ready to answer your question and talk about New Capenna. Make sure to check us out on Youtube because everything is better with video. https://www.youtube.com/user/BrainstormBrewery 02:29 New merch Check out our merch and Use gift code “BrainstormBrewery” to get 10% off...
Matt shares the background of why Hacienda Beer Company spawned from Door County Brewing Company. DCBC was becoming known for specific beer brands, but wanted to brew more creative beers. Follow Hacienda Beer Company: Instagram: @haciendabeercoFacebook: /haciendabeercoTwitter: @haciendabeercoWebsite: haciendabeerco.comFollow Pour Another Round:Facebook: /PourAnothrRoundInstagram: @PourAnothrRoundTwitter: @PourAnothrRoundPour Another Round now has merch. Show off your favorite beer podcast to friends with the softest t-shirts and some pretty sweet hats. Even if you're drinking alone, wearing one of these will be like two of your favorite drinking buddies are always with you too. Check out the shop!
It's time once again to take a trip down Beers of Fame lane and this time the Malty Boyz™ are gearing up to dive back into The IBU Wars as they tackle some of the most fabled double IPAs on the BeerAdvocate Beers of Fame list. Featuring Three Floyds Dreadnaught, Kuhnhenn DRIPA, Avery Maharaja IPA, and Dogfish Head 90 Minute IPA, and Fat Head's Brewery Hop Juju. Thanks to Jackie O's Brewery for sponsoring this episode! Visit Jackie O's Brewery at JackieOs.com and follow them on Instagram @JackieOsBrewery! Head to our Patreon for weekly exclusive content! Patreon.com/DontDrinkBeer Get the Malt Couture Officially Licensed T-shirt! TeeSpring.com/MaltCoutureOfficialShirt DontDrinkBeer.com Instagram.com/DontDrinkBeers Instagram.com/MaltCoutureDDB Twitter.com/DontDrinkBeer
Corey Artanis' journey to South Florida happened somewhat serendipitously. Paved with plenty of ups and downs, the path he took picked up cult-level interest and support, way before his dream of a brewery came true. His relentless focus and passion for bringing “unconventional ales for unconventional palates” led the way. I sat down with Artanis to discuss the challenges and triumphs of opening 3 Sons Brewing Co. in Dania Beach, and his future plans.READ the original (September 2020) full article HEREDale! Click play to listen!Visit me on my other platforms: THEWHETPALETTE.COMInstagramTwitterYouTubeTikTokSupporting my podcast is simple. Like what you hear? Please share, review, and/or rate to help the episodes receive more exposure. It takes seconds!Thank you for listening. As always, from my palate to yours,Cheers!Brenda
May the fourth be with you! Celebrate Star Wars Day with our Clone Wars episode!Beer: Keith Pail – Hopalotta from Summit City [https://untappd.com/b/summit-city-brewerks-hopalotta-galaxy/3609408]Duke Saf – Saber-toothed Stout from Teays River [https://untappd.com/b/teays-river-brewing-and-public-house-saber-toothed-stout/2641408] The post Episode 251 – The Clone Wars appeared first on DrinkIN GeekOUT.