The music you hear every day on City Cast Denver wasn't made for a podcast — it's the work of Denver Chicano band Los Mocochetes. The songs we weave into each episode are rooted in the history and culture of Denver, and help us convey a range of emotions throughout our more than 100 episodes. They are also the foundation of a new record, Mucho Gusto, which Los Mocochetes will be releasing this Saturday, October 23rd at Raíces Brewing Company. In advance of their big show, Diego Florez and Joshua Abeyta sit down with Host Bree Davies to discuss the new album and talk about what it means to identify as a Chicano band in Colorado. Grab tickets to Los Mocochetes album release party at Raíces Brewing Company: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/los-mocochetes-ep-release-mucho-gusto-tickets-181456670787?aff=ebdsoporgprofile Get more news delivered straight to your inbox every weekday: https://denver.citycast.fm/newsletter/ Tell us your favorite Los Mocochetes track on Twitter: @citycastdenver
Today - to mask or not to mask? The Douglas County School District south of Denver has been at the center of debate over whether students should wear masks in schools. The county recently formed its own health department after withdrawing from a regional department over issues of local control. The board of health's first decision? To override a mask mandate in the school district by allowing exemptions with a parent's note. Reporter Jessica Gibbs from Colorado Community Media, the Colorado Sun's sister organization, spoke with David Gilbert about the decision. Also, today we're going back to October 18th, 1988 when the Wynkoop Brewing Company opened its doors. Learn more about these stories at coloradosun.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week Chris headed out to Frey's Brewing Company to get caught up on what they have going on. A lot has changed at this farm brewery over the years so Adam and Kerry Frey got us up to date on all of the changes as well as what the future holds.Subscribe to our YouTube ChannelFollow Chris on Instagram Like us on Facebook! Presented by Roasthouse Pub in Frederick. And supported by ACS - Brand My Beverage, Idiom Brewing Co., District East, and McClintock Distilling.
We venture over the bridge and water (moat) to Rockwall and visit Siren Rock Brewing Company and sit down with Eva Cannon (owner/VP of marketing) and Hayes Cooper (head brewer/VP of production) and talk about their origin story, great beers and much more to come from their up and coming brewery in downtown Rockwall! Please give this brewery a visit it is gorgeous! Give @sirenrockbrewing a follow! Cheers! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/whatshoppeningtexas/support
On the 12th episode of the Bois & Bar Talk podcast in Season 4, our Drink of the Week is Karate in the Water by Beer'd Brewing Company. It's a New England style IPA meant to be smooth like Karate in the Water with Australian Enigma hops. Each sip is like a burst of fruit (maybe pineapple?) and it has a 6.1% ABV. It's an orange shaded beer and pours with a bright white head. The can says it's brewed with flaked oats and flaked wheat. We both had a pretty similar tasting experience with this one. So much that we actually came up with identical scores. We agreed that the initial sip is definitely good. However, the mouthfeel and what comes afterwards kind of turns into more bitterness than we would like. Beer'd could be hit or miss on drinks. Although it is a pretty cool place to be out of Stonington, CT. This limited release was nice to try, but probably could pass if we saw it again compared to the competition of NEIPA's out there. Pretty cool can and beer title though for sure. How We Rated Karate in the Water Rob's Rating: 5.8/10 Kev's Rating: 5.8/10 We kick off the show reminding everyone to check out the website Boisandbartalk.com to check out all of our episode posts. We do show notes and ratings for every beer and every episode. Here's how the episode goes down with Karate in the Water. Halloween or Thanksgiving Some holiday talk as we kick off October. Which of the two holidays do you like better? Is Halloween more exciting than ever now that we are adults with costume events? Mop Slander There's a bit in this episode honestly just blasting mops. Why are they still a thing? There are Swiffers out there that actually clean the floor. Mops just take in dirt and redistribute the dirty water on to the floor. The Dating Game We talked about greeting somebody on a first date. Right from the first glance. Do you play it safe with a hug? Or even pope-level conservative with a handshake? There's also the kiss on the cheek if you're feeling bold. A good portion of this episode is about dating experiences and how it's about having fun and reading signals from the other person. Looking for more ? If you would like to support the show, take a look at our Patreon page. Also, with Patreon you can support us financially so we can at least break even on our expenses, expand faster, and keep exploring new drinks! Cheers!
When Co-Owner, Jeff, is a commercial airline pilot and Co-Owner and Head Brewer, Rachael, focuses on small batch experimental beer, Pilot Brewing Company was the name that just made sense. We've said it many times and we'll keep saying it, the beer industry has some of the best plays-on-words!With a focus on quality beer, quality service, and a quality experience, the Cicerone Program plays a very important role at Pilot Brewing. Every employee at Pilot Brewing has earned at least Level One of this beer servers certification. Rachael currently sits at Advanced Cicerone (Level 3). She's in the process of pursuing Master Cicerone (Level 4) - a very impressive feat. There are only 19 others around the world! Follow Pilot Brewing Company:Instagram: @pilotbrewingFacebook: /pilotbrewingWebsite: pilotbrewing.usFollow Pour Another Round:Facebook: /PourAnothrRoundInstagram: @PourAnothrRoundTwitter: @PourAnothrRoundThis episode is supported by Tavour. Tavour makes it easy to access and discover the highest rated craft beers from all over the world, right through their app. Get the best craft beer delivered right to your doorstep from over 650 breweries in 47 different states. Download the Tavour app. Be sure to enter the promo code POUR at sign up. You'll receive $10 in credit after spending $25 getting the best in craft beer. Beer lovers can build their own custom beer box or subscribe to have the top-rated beers automatically shipped to you. Fill your fridge with unique, hard-to-find beers from independent craft breweries.
Matt, Dave, & John review Marvel's latest film, 'Shang-Chi.' Tune in to find out their thoughts on Marvel's newest hero and where he fits in with the MCU going forward. Beer On Tap: Tommy's Hard Lemonade - Yard's Brewing Company
Nigel and Nick hit the road again, this time hanging out with Jonathan Williamson at his Sandhills Brewing location in Mission, Kansas. Jonathan talks about his totally lazy process for choosing beer names, his staunch belief he's a better brewer than his brother (who runs their Hutchinson, Kansas) and talks about that time he thought all he needed was $15,000 to start a brewery. Drinkers (from Sandhills): Honey IPA; Oktoberfest & Bald Eagle. Mystery Beers: Logger Pre-Prohibition Logger — Jailbreak Brewing Company; Past and present American Barley Wine — Other Half Brewing; Local Traces DDH Pale Logger; Barrel & Flow collab from Trace Brewing & Two locals Brewing Company.
SHOUT OUTS Thanks to all our patrons and everyone in the Runcation Nation for all your support and encouragement. Because of you, we have been able to keep the show going over the last 18 months, and now that the races are returning, we look forward to meeting up with you, too! Shout out to patron Jennifer Hall who completing the GW Patriot Run hosted by Mount Vernon. Rhonda Lee is getting ready for her virtual Boston in a couple of weeks, too, so we wish her a great last bit of training and tapering! We try to catch everyone as they celebrate their accomplishments on social media when we can, but sometimes we miss it. We want to celebrate you, Runcation Nation! For anyone who would like a shoutout on the show, please don't forget to send them to us. We do our best to collect them throughout the week, but please send them our way! Send them to email@example.com or call 941-677-2733! Special thank you to all our patrons! We have been able to expand our studio and keep the show going over the last year and a half. We can't express how much it means to us. Your support is appreciated from the bottom of our hearts. If you'd like more of the Run Eat Drink Podcast, including bonus content, early access to episodes, become a patron of the show! Go to www.patreon.com/runeatdrinkpodcast to find out more. RUN This week we recap our September race. Earlier this month, we completed the Great Smoky Mountains 5K in Townsend, Tennessee. The packet pickup was great, and the Expo had beautiful swag. The race had a safe and well-directed neighborhood path. The medal and post-race snacks were great. The best part, though? We did it with a member of the Runcation Nation no less, Tina! Congratulations to Tina for completing her first live and in-person 5K race. She crushed it, and we couldn't be happier to say that we were lucky enough to be a part of it! Can't wait to get back to this beautiful part of the country! Gatlinburg and Townsend are beautiful and full of places we want to explore in the future! EAT We ate a classic Steakhouse dinner to celebrate the accomplishment that was within walking distance of our hotel in Gatlinburg, The Peddler Steakhouse. It reminded me of some of the great places our families used to take us as kids on special occasions. We started with an appetizer of fried mushrooms and cauliflower with honey mustard. With a salad bar and tasty steak entrees that were too tempting to pass up, we got a Prime Rib and Ribeye to try with loaded baked potatoes. The shrimp, salmon, and chicken dishes looked like winners, too. DRINK We toasted our accomplishment at Gatlinburg Brewing Company. Each one of us had a flight and recorded our reactions right inside this brewery located right in the heart of all the happenings that draw vacationers to Gatlinburg. There was an eclectic collection of original brews plus some guest taps, too. Everyone was friendly and there was entertaining live music, too. THAT'S A WRAP! Thank you for listening! We are looking forward to YEAR NUMBER 5 of the podcast because of all your support! Don't forget to follow us and let us know where to find you next on our website, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Also, check out our store on the website and get some swag, thanks to Pure Creative Apparel. Thanks to PodcastMusic.com for providing the music for this episode, too!
This week on the show, hear a run down about the band's return to Avondale Brewing Company in Birmingham AL on August 8th and Frederick Meijer Gardens in Grand Rapids MI on August 12th.*Also tune in to hear an official announcement and more details about "Crooked Conversations", the quarterly publication and new members only website from DATC Media Company *DATC Media Company: https://datcmediacompany.comCrooked Conversations: https://datcmediacompany.com/some-variations-2Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgShow Instagram page: https://www.instagram.com/droppedamongthiscrowdpodcast/Show Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/droppedamongthiscrowd/Dropped Among This Crowd on YouTube: https://tinyurl.com/y7zqveo5Twitter: https://twitter.com/amongthiscrowdBook a conversation on "Dropped among this Crowd":https://calendly.com/droppedamongthiscrowdpod"Dropped Among This Crowd" Official Etsy store: https://www.etsy.com/shop/AmongthisCrowdDATC Media Company: Dropped Among This Crowd Media Company https://datcmediacompany.com/Umphrey's McGee Tour Dates: https://www.umphreys.com/tour/YOU WALKED UP SHAKING IN YOUR BOOTS BUT YOU STOOD TALL AND LEFT A RAGING BULL - https://merch.umphreys.com/dept/you-walked-up?cp=402_109819"Tales From Scamp with Joel Cummins + Sara Jachimiak" : https://tales-from-scamp-with-joel-cummins.simplecast.com/episodes/tales-from-scamp-with-joel-cummins-sara-jachimiakMy 2021 Hall of Fame Play List: https://2nu.gs/3pZxU9AWall of "WOW": https://datcmediacompany.com/wall-of-%22wow%22-wednesdayThe Umphrey's "WOW" show on Twitter: https://twitter.com/umWOWshowLast week's episode: https://droppedamongthiscrowdpod.simplecast.com/episodes/a-conversation-with-mary-welch-fox-stasikOther DATC episodes Mary was on:Episode 119: https://droppedamongthiscrowdpod.simplecast.com/episodes/conversation-with-annie-bayliss-mary-welch-100-days-for-positive-changeEpisode 8: https://droppedamongthiscrowdpod.simplecast.com/episodes/episode-8Where you can listen to the shows discussed in this episode:August 8th:UMLive: https://tinyurl.com/44cdm5p8Nugs.net: https://tinyurl.com/cumb4kjeArchive.org: https://archive.org/details/um2021-08-08.mk4Relisten: https://relisten.net/umphreys/2021/08/08August 12th:UMLive: https://tinyurl.com/bspc45n6Nugs.net: https://tinyurl.com/49vuxz7w
In this week's episode we talk to Inez Ribustello, the co founder Tarboro Brewing Company. We talked about her career in wine, working at Windows on the World at the top of the World Trade center, how Tarboro Brewing came to be, and her new Memoir entitled "Life After Windows". Subscribe to our YouTube ChannelFollow Chris on Instagram Like us on Facebook! Presented by Roasthouse Pub in Frederick. And supported by ACS - Brand My Beverage, Idiom Brewing Co., District East, and McClintock Distilling.
We met with Owner/Brewer James and server/social media mogul Cristin to talk about the great brewery in Roanake, Soul Fire Brewing. We had some delicious beers, wonderful time, and discussed all things Roanoke! The events we cover are ; Wed-Trivia , Fri-Karaoke, Sat- Live Music , Sun- Music Bingo starting 10/10, 10/2 is the Northlake Neighbor Run, 10/9 is the Homebrew competition and Celebrate Roanoke, 10/16 2 year anniversary !! Crack one open and take a listen! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/whatshoppeningtexas/support
Ocoberfest is fast approaching so now is the time to learn all about when it begins, how it came about, the best ways to celebrate, and more as Marc is joined by Zoiglhaus Brewing to talk all things Oktoberfest. Pour yourself a pint then listen and learn. Cheers! Marc Website: www.theunsophisticatedpalate.com Music: Happy Clappy by John Bartmann Artwork: Marlon Kalis
Live from the Brewhouse Stage at Mountain Lakes Brewing Company in Downtown Spokane, WA, this is "Wheat, Wheat... Don't Tell Me!" the live beer quiz show and podcast with your host, Chris Cindric. This month we welcome Chris & Jason Gass, brother-owners of Yaya Brewing Company in Spokane Valley. Learn their story, why they started the LiveLikeLara Foundation, and they're take on brewing traditions as well as the future of beer. We play "Not My Beer" with audience member Russ, and Tim & Dave offer their ridiculous contributions as well.
Hour 3 - Did Josh Mcdaniels take a shot at Tom Brady and Cam Newton during a press conference? Milkshake vs Frappe discussion, Rob - Owner of Smug Brewing Company “Traitorade” calls the show (9-15-21) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Episode 90: The Money Shot This week we have with us Instagrammer/Foodie/Cicerone CBS Brian Danishevsky of @lifeofrevelry. Brian is highly skilled in all things delicious. So much that thousands follow his Instagram page to find where the best food and beverage is from around Connecticut, Rhode Island and beyond. We compare local pizza from Tipsy Tomato in Derby, CT (@tipsytomatopizzeriaderby) and Vincent's Restaurant in Shelton, CT (@vincents_shelton) to see who has the best plain cheese pie. Brian also teaches us the proper way to take photos of food and what he considers to be "The Money Shot" when it comes to pizza. We try beers from Southbound Brewing Company (@southboundbrews), No Worries Brewing Company, Hamden, CT (@noworriesbeer) and Beer'd Brewing Company, Stonington, CT (@beerdbrewing) and let you know what we thought was Solid and Not Solid. As always we talk tunes. Keg and Jonny cover the Hall & Oates concert at Jones Beach. Brian talks his love for Motley Crue. We also discuss Radio_104 fests, Mullets, Burt & Ernie, why Brian loves tennis and why Jonny hates Pickle Ball. We talk to Brian's girlfriend Michelle (@michelleg8385) about her favorite Beers and a Music which leads to Beer Man Beer's first ever discussion of Celine Dion (@celinedion) And which Beer Tenders in CT like to sing Celine at the top of their lungs while closing the taproom! Its Fun times with The Life Of Revelry!! #Cannonball #follow #drinklocal #supportlocal #ctbeertrail #newepisode #podcastlife #podcastshow #podcastersofinstagram #beerpodcastnetwork #newrelease #thebeermanbeerpodcast #comedy #podcast #comedians #repost #ctbreweries #ctbeer #beerme #craftnotcrap #podcastrecommendation Support Local Craft Beer | @ctbrewersguild MUSIC: COMETA @ Cometamusic.com @cometamusic EMAIL: email@example.com INSTAGRAM: The Beer Man Beer Podcast || @beermanbeerpodcast_ Jonny Benson || @therealjonnybenson Jay (Keg) Kettles || @jaykets_bmb
A first for HTPG since the pandemic, Paul, Jay, Mo Egger, and other special guests gather for a live edition of the podcast from 50 West Brewing Company! A host of...hosts, who all happen to cover the Bengals, preview Cincinnati's season, answer fan questions, and more! Follow Paul on Twitter: @pauldehnerjr Follow Jay on Twitter: @JayMorrisonATH Follow Mo on Twitter: @MoEgger Save 50% on an annual subscription to The Athletic by visiting: theathletic.com/hearthatpodcastgrowlin Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
What happens when the possible name of a brewery is revealed to you in a dream? Well... you absolutely use that as a sign to name your brewery that. This is exactly how Lower Left Brewing Company was named. (It also helps that the brewery is located in the lower left / south west side of Charlotte.)Two guys met and hit it off so well they were opening a brewery a year later. Since 2019, they've won some North Carolina Brewers Cup awards, built a successful community around the Lower Left Brewing running club, brewed some great beers, got through the brewery's first year while facing a global pandemic, and none of it still feels like 'work' to them. Follow Lower Left Brewing Company:Instagram: @lowerleftbrewingcoFacebook: /lowerleftbrewingcoWebsite: llbrewco.comFollow Pour Another Round:Facebook: /PourAnothrRoundInstagram: @PourAnothrRoundTwitter: @PourAnothrRoundThis episode is supported by Tavour. Tavour makes it easy to access and discover the highest rated craft beers from all over the world, right through their app. Get the best craft beer delivered right to your doorstep from over 650 breweries in 47 different states. Download the Tavour app. Be sure to enter the promo code POUR at sign up. You'll receive $10 in credit after spending $25 getting the best in craft beer. Beer lovers can build their own custom beer box or subscribe to have the top-rated beers automatically shipped to you. Fill your fridge with unique, hard-to-find beers from independent craft breweries.
It was started with a conversation and notes on the back of a napkin. Founders Rick Goddard and Brian Roth met in Washington, DC. while lobbying for the beer industry. They shared a passion for unique beers with local flavor and wanted to bring something new to Athens. After five years of research and planning, […] The post Rick Goddard With The Southern Brewing Company appeared first on Business RadioX ®.
In this BONUS episode of Are You Two Still Friends, Alexis and Lueda enjoy what they call a Friendship Beer Flight: (n) Tasting a variety of beers while talking about said beers and friendship, as friends do. This episode is sponsored by the amazing crew at Tucked Away Brewing Company! Pop your favorite Tucked Away brew and enjoy this flight of friendship! Don't forget to continue to make content like this available by becoming a patron! Visit anchor.fm/support/stillfriendspodcast/ to become a patron today! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/stillfriendspodcast/support
Good friends of the podcast, Trustworthy Brewing Company, has a brand new Las Vegas location that is the first operational brewery to be located on the Las Vegas strip. The brewery features a game room with skeeball, shuffleboard, a 60-seat raised bar area surrounded by large stainless steel serving tanks housing the brewed onsite beers, booth and banquette seating areas to accommodate casual to more formal occasions, and multiple private dining rooms with capacities of 12 to 80. Emilia's First Peach Saison has a pleasant taste and aroma of peach. The peach flavor is a bit lighter so as to not overpower the saison taste. This is a light, refreshing beer made to be enjoyed with friends. This week on FDB - a cow pays tribute to her fallen comrades, a DQ customer presents an unfortunate form of payment, sex-crazed spiders, and more! Now please kick back, and enjoy another sit down with Friends Drink Beer. To support Trustworthy Brewing Company and find out more about their beers, visit: Website: trustworthybrewingco.com Instagram: @trustworthybrewing Have a question for Ryan & Alex? Submit it today at www.friendsdrinkbeer.com, and we will answer it on the next episode! Lastly if you like the show, donate to us and show your support: www.patreon.com/friendsdrinkbeer CREDITS Alex Hobbs - Host/Executive Producer Ryan Roope - Host/Executive Producer Jared Brody - Writer/Producer Chelsea Cook - Writer
We dedicate this special edition of Hardball & Hops to Dylan Webber, the co-founder and "creative mastermind" behind Definitive Brewing Company in Portland, Maine. His loss goes beyond words, but his incredible legacy will endure. Our heartfelt condolences to his family, friends, Definitive family and the entire Maine craft brewing community. In his honor we sample a couple of his tasty creations, including a beer Rich believes to be the absolute best of the double fruited sour series.
No, the guys from Petty Thieves Brewing didn't spend any time behind bars for stealing anything. Co-Founder Ted shares some deep thoughts on beer, life, and turning 33. Head Brewer Ryan admits that at this point in his brewing journey, there are no rules. He walks the line of traditional beers and pushing the creative limits. Hear how he made a Taco Bell Beer!Petty Thieves Brewing also has a secret room hidden behind a false wall, behind a false bookshelf, or underneath something. You'll have to find it and figure out how to get into it. "All art is theft." -Picasso Follow Petty Thieves Brewing Company:Instagram: @pettythievesbrewingFacebook: /pettythievesbeerWebsite: pettythievesbrewing.comFollow Pour Another Round:Facebook: /PourAnothrRoundInstagram: @PourAnothrRoundTwitter: @PourAnothrRoundThis episode is supported by Draft Top. To #DrinkTopless, get your own Draft Top HERE and use promo code POUR15 to get 15% off your order!
Mike and Big Ray share their sister podcast, The Arkansas Beer Cast and a review of the Point Remove Brewing Company in Morrilton, Arkansas. Arkansas Beer Cast #DrinkARBeer In this episode, Mike and Big Ray visit Stone's Throw Brewing in Little Rock, Arkansas. Stone's Throw Brewing – MacPark Location 402 E. 9thSt Little Rock, AR 72202 Phone: 501-244-9154 Stone's Throw Brewing – Stifft Station Location 3015 W Markham St Little Rock, AR 72205 Phone: 501-379-8663 Website: http://www.stonesthrowbeer.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StonesThrowBrewing Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/stonesthrowbrewing/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/StonesThrowBrew The Arkansas Beer Cast is a collaborative project with The Arkansas Brewers Guild and Craft Beer Bucket List. You can find the Arkansas Brewers Guild: Website: https://arkansasbrewersguild.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/arbrewersguild/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/arbrewersguild Craft Beer Bucket List is a podcast where Big Ray and Mike review "Beers you Need to Try, Before You Die!” You can find us wherever you get your podcasts, or this handy link will help you: https://linktr.ee/craftbeerbucketlist Be sure to follow Craft Beer Bucket List on social media as well! https://www.facebook.com/thecraftbeerbucketlist/ https://www.instagram.com/craftbeerbucketlist/ https://twitter.com/CBBL Episode Sponsors Parks N Pints Parks n' Pints is dedicated to enjoying and protecting our parks and public lands for everything from recreation, to wildlife conservation, to reservoirs for clean air and water. https://parksnpints.com/ DroneOcle Licensed and insured aerial video and photography services based in the Tulsa Metro Area. We offer hourly rates and packages based on your individual needs. We use the latest consumer technology available to process all work in house. https://www.facebook.com/DroneOcle Red Dirt LLC Red Dirt is a parks, recreation, and tourism services agency. Our goal is to provide the tools, information, and leadership to help plan, guide, and market your organization. www.reddirt.us Please remember to always drink responsibly! - #DrinkLocal --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/craftbeerbucketlist/support
Bobby's baaaack for another round (or three) with the Two Idiots! We crack open three Sookram's Brewing Company creations and chat on the deck about fake ghost peppers, fake Alexander Keith IPAs, Movies Described Badly, the real craft brew scene, becoming a beer influencer, the future of Peter and Bobby's Videos, Twilight, quitting social media, working on our mental health, Barry Woods, vaccines and the political bonfire online, and so much more! Always a blast spending time with Robert and we hope you enjoy! Cheers! *** We're played out this week by Nuce's newest single 'Mixed Feelings' - https://open.spotify.com/track/6rwjq1rnYBPn6x7DC7SKd6?si=28a0de208a164207 *** Thanks for listening, and please subscribe, follow, rate, and review to help others find the show! > Get yourself some Two Idiots Podcast merch by going to teespring.com/stores/two-idiots-podcast! > Support the show for as little as $3/month and get exclusive perks at https://www.patreon.com/twoidiotspodcast Episode Sponsor: >>> Use the promo code "20IDIOTS" at https://ca.manscaped.com/ for 20% off your order + free shipping! https://anchor.fm/twoidiotspodcast -- EMAIL - firstname.lastname@example.org -- IG - https://www.instagram.com/twoidiotspodcast/ -- FB - https://www.facebook.com/twoidiotspod/ -- Twitter - https://twitter.com/twoidiotsshow -- Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCletCe9cYQIXJ0uqqpfObVQ/videos?view_as=subscriber
What is your definition of "local brewery"? If the answer is simply tied to geography, get ready to expand that idea a bit more, as Kelsey and Matthew from Exhibit 'A' Brewing Company join this episode of The Session! The brewers at Exhibit 'A' have made it their mission to use as much locally grown grain as possible in their beers, and that commitment to quality is paying off in the end product. Plus, they love cats, so you know JP was happy to talk to them! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Clemson's first brewery has been a long time coming, and a long time working for the two co-owners who continue to juggle demanding full-time jobs in addition to getting Kite Hill Brewing Company off the ground after opening their doors in early July. The Clemson Dubcast goes on-site to interview the key players, including master brewer Mike Fuller. An avid Clemson fan and longtime Tigerillustrated.com subscriber, Fuller spent time out west and then the better part of nine years in Asheville. As he worked his way up the brewing ranks, he had a dream to return to Clemson and give the city its first brewery. Last December he answered an ad posted by co-owners Bobby Congdon and Bryon Leggett. Congdon is the assistant director of Clemson's Sonoco Institute of Packaging Design and Graphics. He's also married with two children. "I'm making it work now, working through some annual leave," Congdon said. "And I have a forgiving boss that likes beer. So that helps." Leggett has a background in chemical engineering and works in business development for a Wisconsin-based contract manufacturer, a job that consumes 50 hours a week by itself. He said he's worked 90 to 100 hours a week the last few months. He's married with a 9-month-old infant at home. Leggett and Congdon met as students while working for Clemson's student radio station. They both graduated in 1998. "Our vision is to have a community gathering space with something for everybody," Leggett said. "So it's not just about the beer." Congdon started home-brewing in 2005 inside an apartment not far from Kite Hill's present location in Patrick Square. "By the third batch we started talking about how cool it would be to open a brewery in Clemson," Congdon said. "That persisted for years and years, but common sense said 'Don't do that. That's insane.' But about four years ago I sent an e-mail to Bryon. I had been drinking beer, and I got the idea: 'We should actually do this!'"
Hey folks, and welcome to a very special interview episode of Drinking Alone, With Friends! We are very excited to share our conversation with Paul Pirner from Hairless Dog. He tells us all about how him and his partners at Hairless Dog make amazing non-alcoholic brews, including their Citra Lager, the IPA and a Black Ale. All three of us even got to try some and *spoiler* it was delicious! Check out this very informative episode to learn all about why paul is on the mission to make the worlds best NA beer, as well as some of the science that goes into it. Cheers! No handles this week, but be sure to check out www.drinkhairlessdog.com to learn more about the amazing stuff they make over there, or get your own. Follow us: Instagram YouTube Facebook Discord - Join to drink beer, spirits or wine with us! Support our Beer Buying Habits on Patreon (and get a sneak peak of what's brewing for episode 150!) (don't forget to subscribe to drink with Chris while he drinks a Bud Light Chelada!) Chris' Twitch Stream! e(nvelope)-mail us! Special Thanks to the following for being AWESOME! Jordan of the Wreck My Podcast! crew! Jake for being a great Friend, Twitch Mod and Trader of Beers! Sal for being the best letter writer/Tud challenger/beer sender ever! Larissa for being the ULTIMATE handle giver of the podcast!
Steve and Jim are together to discuss the US withdrawal from Afghanistan (it gets a bit heated). We also discuss Rep Lauren Boebert's tweets and lack of class (to say the least); Trump booed in Alabama for encouraging vaccinations; attempted DC bomber arrested and some football talk following Jim attending a meet and greet with Bills legendary broadcaster John Murphy. Thanks to Sullivan's Brewing Company for hosting the event....enjoy. @whiskeycongress on IG and Twitter Steve@whiskeycongress.com Jim@whiskeycongress.com
Episode 34 Breakdown: Catching up with the boys (:48) What we're drinking/Beer news (10:05) Community Beer Co's Lucky No. Seven and Southern Tier Brewing Company's Lake Shore Fog) Metal news (22:21) Upcoming Tours (50:23) Brewtal Alumni Updates (56:02) New music (1:08:19) Synopsis: This week the boys have a lot of celebrating to do for E34! Birthdays, engageaversaeries, movie making, and locking down a name for our newest playlist dubbed BREWTALIST. Todd finds his Community at a local beer spot andhits the jackpot with his Lucky Seven brew while Arie wades through the Lake Shore Fog rolling over Southern Tier back home. Baby J of Emmure and Darko US will never rest as he becomes a confirmed member of the Spite Cult, The GOAT that is Slipknot's magnum opus Iowa turns 20, fans are limping with the bizkit more than ever from their Lollapalooza performance, and Fit For An Autopsy announce a NASTY tour slated for early 2022 just to name a few items of discussion! Unfortuanately, we do not have a Featured Band this week, but we have some straight FIRE lined up for future episodes. Stay tuned Hopwolves! Turn it up to 11, crack open that beer, it's about to get BREWTAL! Beers fueling this week's episode include Community Beer Co's Lucky No. Seven(Todd's pick) and Southern Tier Brewing Company's Lake Shore Fog (Arie's pick.) Lucky No. Seven is a Sparkling IPA part of the breweries small batch series. Dry-hopped with 7 pounds of Mosaic CYRO, Simcoe CRYO, and Loral CRYO hops per barrel is met with a specialty yeast to give the beer that next level of carbination that can only be found in this beer style. Fruit forward and a crisp finish, and a 7.0%, you'll be ready to take on the Vegas Strip, no problem! Community Beer Co is located in Dallas, Texas. Lake Shore Fog is a Hazy and Juicy IPA. This juice bomb has a slight matly sweetness that balances a dry and mild finish. Tropical, citurs, and floral comprise the beer's body then hits you with dank, resinous notes coming from the Mosaic, Citram and Amarillo hop profiles. Let the Fog engulf you like John Carpenter's classic 80s film coming in 6/5% ABV. Southern Tier Brewing Company is located in Lakewood, NEw York. Videos/Links Referenced in the Episode: ABYSS ABOVE - WORLD CASKET (FT. ANDREAS BJULVER OF CABAL) [OFFICAL MUSIC VIDEO] (2021) SW EXCLUSIVE Beyond Deviation - Beyond Deviation 400 (400 Vocalists World Record Track) FEAR STREET | A Film Triolgy Event | Official Trailer | Netflix Limp Bizkit - Live at Lollapalooza 2021 (FULL CONCERT) Reality Grip - Tyrant (Official Music Video) Black Coast - Strangers Skin (Official Music Video) Artwork by megabeast Kevin Burfield! Show him some love, and get something rad, via any of the following: Instagram | Facebook Intro track by absolute legend ZaKrahe Merch | Bandcamp | Apple Music | Spotify | YouTube Music | YouTube | Facebook | Instagram What's the Hopwolfpack drinking and jamming this week? Let your boys know, and keep up with us, via any of the following: Instagram | Facebook | YouTube Want to hear more from your new favorite artists? Come Howl At the Moon with your boys and get the BTS from such artists as Andy Wilson-Taylor of Midgar, Matt McGachy of Vox&Hops and Cryptopsy and Steven and Tom of Human Hell. We love Friday release days for new brewtality and so should you! Jam our Brewtal Release Day Playlist and get your neck braces ready! Start a circle pit from the comfort of your own home with this week's Brewtal Songs of the Week Since you're feeling good from the brews and the jams, why not leave us a review at any of the following? That'd be BREWTAL of you! Apple | Facebook Brewtal was chopped and sliced by Arie Lombardozzi of Death Dealer Productions with additional production from Todd Bailey Brewtal is part of the Death Dealer Production family
Breweries can be a strong focal point for any community. Many of them align their name with the characteristics or features of their surroundings. Today I find myself mid-island on Vancouver Island in the town of Courtenay, British Columbia. Located on the traditional, unceded territories of the K'ómoks First Nation. Ace Brewing opened its doors in 2019, and is proud of their Vintage Aviation theme reflecting the history of the Comox Valley and Canadian Air Force. I sat down with their head brewer Dan Lake. Big Thanks to the BC Ale Trail for making this episode possible. Support the show: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/doublea See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Pabst is a brand that says to itself often - "Let's go have fun!" They push the boundaries of beverages and marketing. They do what they like when they want. Get an inside look into how such a brand has stood the test of time for generations of beer drinkers.Brad shares the history of one of the most iconic beer brands around. Find out how Frederick Pabst got started making beer. And what's with that blue ribbon, anyway?Brad is the Project Manager for Liquid Innovation. He's the brains behind Pabst's non-beer products: hard seltzers, hard teas, hard coffees, and whiskey. This conversation is a surreal moment for Cameron & Jonathan - a couple of PBR lovers! Follow Pabst Brewing Company:Instagram: @pabstblueribbonFacebook: /pabstblueribbonTwitter: @pabstbreweryWebsite: pabst.comFollow Pour Another Round:Facebook: /PourAnothrRoundInstagram: @PourAnothrRoundTwitter: @PourAnothrRound
Former NASCAR driver, Michael Waltrip, opens a brewery with a few friends after brainstorming the idea while drinking wine in Napa. Waltrip won the famous Daytona 500 race twice, leading to the "Two-Time" beer brand out of the Michael Waltrip Brewing Company. Bristol Motor Speedway is the home to an infamous Michael Waltrip crash. When people tell Michael that day must have been awful, he replies, "No. It was a great day because I walked away alive!" Opening a brewery in Bristol, VA seems like a slight nod to the track that almost took his life that he is alive to follow yet another dream! Michael may have driven fast for a living, but Waltrip Brewing wants you to sit back and enjoy their beer... whether watching a race, playing golf, listening to country music, or just hanging out at home! Follow Michael Waltrip Brewing Company:Instagram: @waltripbrewingFacebook: /MWBCoTwitter: @waltripbrewingWebsite: michaelwaltripbrewing.comFollow Pour Another Round:Facebook: /PourAnothrRoundInstagram: @PourAnothrRoundTwitter: @PourAnothrRound
A bit of paradise comes to The Session, as Hana Koa brewing joins us for a chat and a few beers! Lagers seem to be the topic of the day, as we discuss the drinking habits of Hana Koa customers. Don't worry, there's some hazy beer talk as well! There was even some mild singing involved ... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hear tales from one of the OG craft beer brewers in the US: Alan Sprints of the legendary Hair of the Dog Brewing Company. Hear about Alan's love of soup and his early days brewing some terrible heffs then listen to Alex and Stephen grovel for a Dave. Michael slept in. For more Malt-terrogations and weekly bonus content head over to our Patreon at Patreon.com/DontDrinkBeer DontDrinkBeer.com Instagram.com/DontDrinkBeers Instagram.com/MaltCoutureDDB Twitter.com/DontDrinkBeer DDBquestions@gmail.com
Armed Forces Brewing Company is a Military tribute craft brewing company comprised of three brands that pay homage to our great American Military: both active duty and Veterans. Today, we're talking to Alan Beal, the CEO of Armed Forces Brewing Company, about their new venture, a few of their key shareholders (who have some done some pretty epic stuff for our country), and we're talking beer, on this episode of PICK UP THE SIX Podcast.
Looking for a place to connect with old colleagues? Need a night to unwind with your spouse? Or wanting to hang out with your best pals over some craft beers? Then you'll love this week's featured small business! This week, I am talking with Paul Gentile, Co-Owner of Gentile Brewing Company, alongside his wife, Christen. Gentile Brewing Company is a Family-Owned and Operated Nano Craft Brewery located in Beverly, MA. What makes Gentile Brewing Co. unique is that not only are they the first Craft Beer Taproom in Beverly, they are also dog friendly! In this episode, Paul shares his entrepreneurial journey from homebrewing to meeting his wife at a New Years Eve party, to entering the craft beer industry and later opening his own brewery. Paul shares the importance of collaborating with those in his community and why the focus has always been on cultivating a family-friendly environment. Be sure to listen in as Paul shares the ups and downs of the brewing industry, what he would tell his 18-year-old self, and why passion is essential to owning a business, no matter the industry. Topics Discussed: Why the “more is more” mentality draws people into the craft beer industry Early challenges faced being the first craft beer taproom in Beverly, MA Learning curves behind attaining operating certifications early on The importance of creating an open community for friends and family alike Recognizing passion as the main driving force for entrepreneurship Connect with Gentile Brewing Company: Website: https://gentilebrewing.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gentilebrewingco/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gentilebrewing/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/GentileBrewing LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/paul-gentile-84b7ab82/ Relevant Articles: Yelp Reviews - Gentile Brewing Co. https://www.yelp.com/biz/gentile-brewing-beverly Contact Gentile Brewing Company: Address: 59 Park St #1, Beverly, MA 01915 Call: 978-969-6496 Email: email@example.com Connect with Mark Condon: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BostonsBestPodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bostonsbest_podcast/ About Boston's Best: “Highlighting successful businesses in and around Boston, MA.” Go behind the scenes with financial planner, Mark Condon, as he asks industry-leading experts to talk about their businesses throughout the state of Massachusetts. Through each episode, Mark finds what sets these different businesses apart from their competition and how they rose above the inevitable challenges they faced along the way to their ultimate success.
In this episode, Sam meets the Steeplejack Brewing Company team, including Brody Day, co-owner, Anna Buxton, head brewer, and Anne Aviles, lead brewer. They chat about how they all met, finding the best people, women in brewing, why Brody started a brewery, going to university in China, brewers playing instruments, the chair system, personalities of cities, rap battles, time capsules, and the first beer the ever made.
Named after Micah's favorite named farm equipment, Gravity Box really dives deep into the agricultural motif. There's a literal gravity box on the back of their bar. Their tap handles are antique shovel handles, hammers, and assorted tools. After moving back to Mauston from the beer Mecca of Milwaukee, Micah started homebrewing to fill his void of local quality beer. The closest brewery at the time was half an hour away.Micah received validation from friends and family that his beer was good. So why not follow that passion to open a brewery for the people?! With no expectations on how successful they'd be, Micah was proud of his beer and what he and his wife, April, created at the brewery!Lucky for us (and for them), not even trying to open during a global pandemic could hinder Gravity Box Brewing!Follow Gravity Box Brewing:Instagram: @gravityboxbrewingcompanyFacebook: /gravityboxbrewingcoWebsite: gravityboxbrewing.comFollow Pour Another Round:Facebook: /PourAnothrRoundInstagram: @PourAnothrRoundTwitter: @PourAnothrRound
Every custom, one-off batch of beer has a unique backstory. Whether it's a recipe designed to pair with the music of a local band, a pair of beers brewed for a wedding to represent the happy couple, or a brew made to honor the memory of a beloved past pet, this week's featured Brewery represents the people in their community. This week, I am talking with Liz and Jared Kiraly, Owners of Bone Up Brewing Company. Bone Up Brewing Company is an American Farmhouse Brewery located in Scenic Everett, MA, using local, quality ingredients. Bone Up Brewing is inspired by the Belgian farmhouse brewing tradition and crafts modern interpretations of classic styles. Bone Up creates beers that are balanced and approachable at face value, but will reward the drinker with subtle complexity upon closer inspection. Liz and Jared met over a shared love of good beer and have been brewing together ever since. With Jared's 15-year brewing experience and Liz's 10-year marketing and brand building expertise, this dynamic duo makes the perfect team for Bone Up. In this episode, Liz and Jared share how they started Bone Up, the meaning behind the name, and the importance of creating lasting memories for their community. Jared shares setbacks and challenges behind starting the brewery from lack of equipment to thriving during a Global Pandemic. Liz also shares the importance of community and why strong relationships helped them through many challenges faced. Topics Discussed: Building the brand's story behind “Bone Up” Creative vision behind aligning brews with local music Using custom, craft beers to create lasting memories Challenges and setbacks behind starting a brewery Why making good beer is the bare minimum behind success The silver lining behind Covid-19 & how it changed business (for the better) Connect with Bone Up Brewing Company: Website: https://www.boneup.beer/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/boneupbrewing/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/boneupbrewing/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/BoneUpBrewing Relevant Articles: Boston Magazine: Drink This Now: Bone Up Brewing Co. - https://www.bostonmagazine.com/restaurants/2016/06/23/drink-this-now-bone-up-brewing-2016/ Contact Bone Up Brewing Company: Address: 38 Norman St, Everett, MA 02149 Call: 781-691-9092 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Connect with Mark Condon: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BostonsBestPodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bostonsbest_podcast/ About Boston's Best: “Highlighting successful businesses in and around Boston, MA.” Go behind the scenes with financial planner, Mark Condon, as he asks industry-leading experts to talk about their businesses throughout the state of Massachusetts. Through each episode, Mark finds what sets these different businesses apart from their competition and how they rose above the inevitable challenges they faced along the way to their ultimate success.
On July 20th, 2021, KYPD went LIVE at Pondaseta Brewing Company where the Sgt. Josh Bartlett Donation Benefit Run was held. Canyon PD's Ricky Cash aka "Preach" joins Cody and Colby and tells us what Sgt. Bartlett meant to him and how he impacted his life. He also shares what Sgt. Bartlett did for Canyon PD's Emergency Response Team. We are joined by numerous other guests throughout the night which include Tim Hooks, Matt Stockstill, Erick Bohannon, Bryan Flatt, Kaleb West, Steve Brush, Katy Parrish, Haleigh Hudson and music artist Mitchell Ford from Mitchell Ford and the Volunteers. To watch the video of this LIVE special event, go to the Keep Your Powder Dry Podcast Facebook page. Intro music by Cody Jasper.
From Wisconsin to Colorado and back to Wisconsin, Brad Stillmank learned about beer and brewing from some great beer cities!Out of a true determination to bring his home brewing hobby and formal brewing education to life, Brad contract brewed until he built a network of Stillmank Beer drinking fans and enough money to open his own place. We hear many stories in between! Follow Stillmank Brewing:Instagram: @stillmankbrewingFacebook: /stillmankbeercompanyTwitter: @stillmankbeerWebsite: stillmankbrewing.comFollow Pour Another Round:Facebook: /PourAnothrRoundInstagram: @PourAnothrRoundTwitter: @PourAnothrRound
This is a special FROM THE VAULT release. Saf’s wife visited New Braunfels, TX over the summer of 2020 and Saf had to swing by Faust Brewing Company to grab us a collection of out beers. Dustin and Saf both drink 6 of the beers and talk about the history of the brewery in this […] The post Episode 215 – Brewery Spotlight: Faust Brewing Company appeared first on DrinkIN GeekOUT.