Description: It took a while to figure out how to mass-produce glassware, given the complexity of it, but that had profound implications on the lives of American consumers and workers. Bill, Kelley, and Rachel discuss. (This is the Mason Jars episode, among other things.) Links and notes for Ep. 391 … Read more The post Aug 1, 2021 – Industrialization of Glassware – Arsenal For Democracy Ep. 391 appeared first on Arsenal For Democracy.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qiVeKXO-9CY Join us in our Mixology Talk Podcast as we chat with Spirits Specialist and Bar Designer Zane Harris - @zanemharris - and dive deep into his experience as the designer of Riedel's cocktail glasses line, as well as the importance of using the perfect choice of glassware to serve beautiful cocktails!
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Great to see you again,friend! Welcome back to our Homebrew Happy Hour podcast… the podcast where we answer all of your home brewing questions and discuss anything related to craft beer! A SUBTLE REMINDER: If you appreciate the things we do here at Homebrew Happy Hour, consider joining our newly renamed homebrew club, [insert name that […]
Join us for a special episode where we forego having a guest and just talk to each other for a while. We each brought a special surprise beer and a special surprise topic to chat about. Things get wild, weird, and wacky - in that precise order.
Join us on this episode as we break down the importance of selecting the proper beer glassware. We bring you all the latest beers from around our state and we take a peak inside our Keezers and show you what's on tap at our place.
In this week’s episode, Jay Allie, friend, co-host of our other podcast Every Other Thursday - and Sr. VP of Sales & Marketing for Stolzle Glassware - comes on to discuss his lengthy sales and marketing career, the current state of the foodservice and hospitality industry. Jay also offers up his take on our Every Other Thursday podcast and how it differs a bit from this podcast. For those of you familiar with Jay, you know there’s never a shortage of stories so you’ll definitely want to tune into this episode.
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Welcome to an alternative Los Angeles. The femme fatale is an archetype in literature, especially in crime novels. Think of Cora in The Postman Always Rings Twice or Phyllis in Double Indemnity. (Both those novels were written by James M. Cain. He seems to have had a thing for femme fatales.) These are women who are seductive and usually beautiful who lure men into compromising or dangerous situations. SG (Sandra) Wong has taken this classic noir mystery trope and turned it on its head, which I just love. Lola Starke is the femme fatale in Sandra's historical crime novels, and she's also the private investigator. Sandra reads to us from book 2 in the series (there are 3 books so far), called In for a Pound which finds Lola Starke and her friend Ria on the scene when a murder takes place. Today's show is supported by my patrons at Patreon. Thank you! When you become a patron for as little as $1 a month you receive a short mystery story each and every month. And the rewards for those who love mystery stories go up from there! Learn more and become a part of my community of readers at www.Patreon.com/alexandraamor This week's mystery author SG (Sandra) Wong writes fiction across genres, has garnered some crime fiction awards nominations, speaks on writing and publishing topics, and volunteers for important community causes such as Sisters in Crime, which she serves as National President. Her Lola Starke novels and Crescent City short stories are set in a 1930s-era, fictionalized “Chinese Los Angeles,” with ghosts and magic, in an alternate history in which China established a city-state colony at the start of the Gold Rush. Sandra's next book is coming in 2022 from HarperCollins Canada and is a stand-alone suspense novel. To learn more about SG Wong and all her books visit SGWong.com Press play (above) to listen to the show, or read the transcript below. Remember you can also subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts. And listen on Stitcher, Android, Google Podcasts, TuneIn, and Spotify. Excerpt from In for a Pound “Why, hello stranger.” Ria looked up at Lola, gave a lazy smile. She patted the shoulder of the man in whose lap she sat. “This is my new friend Charlie. Charlie, meet my best friend, Lola Starke.” She switched to a stage whisper. “I bet she’s here to take me home.” “I’m here to take you home,” Lola said, deadpan. Charlie smiled and nodded. He had a dimple in his right cheek and a jaw shadowed with dark stubble. “A pleasure to meet you, Miss Starke.” His gaze measured her from head to toe—and back again. There might have been an awkward pause then, but the trumpet player chose that moment to blow for all he was worth. Lola turned to face the stage. The club patrons were out of their seats, clapping, jumping, and shouting encouragement. Ria bumped Lola’s right hip as she straightened up. Lola threw her a sidelong glance. Ria winked. The trumpet player reached his apogee, his body a taut arc, his eyes squeezed shut. The cheering grew. Tables were bumped. Glassware tumbled with clinks and crashes. The crystal chandeliers rattled and Lola felt pressure building in her eardrums. Just as she started to cover her ears, the trumpeter’s high note cut out and the rest of the band slammed to a halt. The calls of the crowd became a wave of sound and energy, cresting as the band members collapsed into their chairs, and breaking into laughter as the bandleader swept a spotted kerchief across his forehead and fell onto his seat at the edge of the stage. Lola turned to Ria. They grinned at each other like fools. Ria whirled around to face Charlie, kissed him soundly on the lips, and pushed away, laughing. She grabbed Lola’s hand and led the way around smashed glass, tipsy people, giggling cigarette girls, and potted palms. Lola glanced back to see Charlie wave languidly at her, dimples deepening and eyes glinting.
The boys are back for a late celebration of National Margarita Day to explore the mysterious beginnings of one of the best dang beverages known to mankind. Find out the theories of its origin along with why there's no lard allowed in San Francisco. Drink up, amigos y amigas.
It's BACK!!! BEEN DOIN' THIS!!!!! Been on hiatus while I get my bearings after the relocation. I kinda fucked up with the new mic so the audio isn't awesome but the conversation is good enough to listen to the episode. My apologies to Jenn for that! Luckily she sounds better than I do. Here's some info about this episode's guest, my friend, The Feathered Leopard: The Feathered Leopard is a 'one woman show' originally created in 2005, by Jenn Hall. While living in San Francisco in the early 2000’s, she started creating wild leather & feather earrings, then moved on to create custom leather fringe handbags, and other creative, yet useful leather goods. In 2013, Jenn started tooling & dying her leather goods, and moved into stone (mainly Turquoise) Inlay in leather. "I’m a creative person at heart, and once leather became my canvas, I seriously fell in love." says Jenn. In March of 2019, Jenn decided to take a chance and opened up a retail/workshop right outside of midtown Sacramento. As her business grew, she wanted to include the main aspects in her life that she could enjoy & share with others. She has special collection of original 60’s-70’s Home Décor, including Vintage Macramé Plant Hangers, as well as California Pottery, Glassware & more. You can now find her at the 2nd Sunday Antique Faire in Midtown Sacramento. After the tough decision to close her retail shop during this Covid-19 Pandemic, Jenn now works from her home studio in Land Park, Sacramento. She is honing in on her stone inlay craft, and working toward developing tutorials and learning materials for people new to leatherwork or wanting to develop a specialized skill. Jenn is a longtime avid gardener. She has landscaped, built beds, grown & cared for plants over the last 15+ years. She began propagating spider plants several years ago, and has moved onto a variety of succulents, jade, and cactus. Her main focus has always been to create from the heart, connect & share with others, and practice her passion. Website: www.thefeatheredleopard.com (currently under going changes) Etsy: www.etsy.com/shop/thefeatheredleopard IG: @thefeatheredleopard
THis episode highlights the Halachik methodology of extrapolating practical applications from forst principles in the Talmud. In this case dealing with the difference a non-porous surface makes to laws associated with materials that can absorb non-kosher flavors and how to restore them for kosher usage.
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We are joined by Land Grant brewer Justin Reik and Canadian connoisseur Chris Mercerhill for an informative, irreverent journey through the land of beer glassware. Couched in a gameshow format each of us brings a mystery beer to the show that highlights the characteristics of a specific glass. If that isn’t enough we each pick a song that sonically exemplifies our chosen beer-glass pairing. Sit back for an extended romp through the world of glassware, with frequent tangents into the realms of music, science and travel.
Welcome to episode 4! It's Thanksgiving week!This week in celeb news;Britney Spears status update, an unexpected yet delightful People magazine sexiest man alive, Real Housewives of Salt Lake City recap and much more!Deep dive with us into The Bachelorette week 6 with Tayshia!Comments questions or burning topics you would like us to cover?Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or DM us @melinapalozola & @thecoraledit If you love catching up with us every week -rate us 5 stars on iTunes and don't forget to subscribe!
Have you ever enjoyed a beer? Have you ever enjoyed that beer in a glass? Have you ever wondered why that beer glass is shaped the way it is? Well we bet you are now! Which is why, in this episode, we look at the strange, evolving history of beer glassware as well as the other random assortment of beer drinking vessels. So come join us as we talk about the history of your favorite beer drinking glasses and why they are the way they are on the Tipsy Timeline!
In this episode, Alex Bradshaw of Shimadzu Limited in Kagoshima joins me to talk about Japanese Cut Glassware Satsuma Kiriko. What are some of the major characteristics of Satsuma Kiriko? How was it first created and how did the production come to an end? What was the motivation behind recreating Satsuma Kiriko? What innovations have we seen since it was recreated 35 years ago? Let's explore the wonders of Satsuma Kiriko together! More information about Satsuma Kirko and Shimadzu Limited can be found here: Shimazu Limited Website: https://www.shimadzu-ltd.jp/en/project/satsumakiriko/ Satsuma Kiriko online shop: http://shop.satsumakiriko.co.jp/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shimadzu_satsuma_kiriko/ --- We would be happy to hear from you. Please use one of the following Japan Experts social media accounts to send a message directly! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jpexperts Twitter: https://twitter.com/Japan_Experts Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/japan.experts/ YouTube: bit.ly/JpExperts --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/japan-experts/message
This week, friend of the podcast & cocktail conversationalist Zander Lauritzen Hansen joins us again. This week our focus will not be specifically on cocktails, however. This week, we will turn attention to the glassware used in serving cocktails and why the glassware you choose for your cocktails matters so much. Copenhagen-based and a global leader in the bartending scene, Zander will also cover current trends in both cocktails and cocktail glassware, along with how you can capitalize on those trends.
We haven't done a show on this topic for a long time, so here's the 2020 update. We cover what to look for in glassware, decanters, wine fridges, wine openers, preservation systems and more. This is the skinny on what you need and what you don't (and why!). Our picks are all on the Wine For Normal People store (where I make a tiny bit through affiliate money), but here's the list with some buying tips: Glassware picks, well, I'll make you read this article from epicurious.com ( I wrote it so I believe in it!) Decanters: they are good for removing sediment, aerating a full bottle, and heating up a too-cold wine. Make sure you get one that is easy to wash (forgot to mention that in the show) Aerators: still a no-go for me. If you don't have the time to wait for a wine to unfold, drink something else. Wine openers: the WFNP one, the electric one Wine ice cubes: We like the thin plastic ones because we are the weight and color of stainless steel or rock can mess with the glass (break it) and the wine (discolor it) Wine fridges: The fewer bells and whistles, the better. Make sure you think about how much wine you WILL consume in the future, as opposed to what you drink now. If your wine habit is growing, buy a slightly bigger fridge. The Corksicle: This also serves as an aerator, but you would ignore that function if you take our advice. The main purpose of the device is to chill down the wine quickly. You put it in the freezer and the plastic icicle reaches down through the bottle to chill the wine. I'm not sold on it, but this is the only one that at least ONE of us thinks has promise. Yeti Wine tumbler: the only stemless that gets my ok, this keeps the wine at a perfect temperature every time. GREAT for the beach or any outdoor drinking! Vacu-vin or other vacuum sealer: It will give you a day or three more with fresh wine, so it's a yes! Press-n-Seal for sparkling wine -- seriously. Coravin: If you live alone or like drinking different things from your partner, or different things every night, this is worth the $200 - $400 plus the $50 refill cost a few times a year. The money you'll save in wine down the drain is well worth it! Make sure you always remove the foil and you don't use it on synthetic cork. Also, let the bottle stand upright for a few hours so it doesn't leak -- the cork will "heal" but it doesn't do so right away and that can leave a mess in your fridge. Funnel and filter combo: Perfect for getting rid of floating cork, sediment, tartrate crystals -- the filter is a must. I know this may not happen to you, but occasionally you want to go to bed and you didn't finish all the wine in your glass. That's a good time to use the funnel! Are there other gadgets that are fine? Absolutely, but this is our best of the best -- the ones that we find useful and necessary! Let us know if you have additions. _______________________________________________________ Thanks to our sponsors this week: Wine Access Visit: www.wineaccess.com/normal and for a limited time get $20 off your first order of $50 or more! Wine Access is a web site that has exclusive wines that overdeliver for the price (of which they have a range). Check out their awesome wine site with fantastic, hard to find wines -- you won't regret it! Thanks to YOU! The podcast supporters on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/winefornormalpeople
Where did the wine glass come from and how does it work? How do you decide which ones to buy? How many should you buy and what kinds? I know, it's stressful. Let's break it all down. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
It’s like trying to eat your favourite food with tweezers. Or listening to your best tunes with a goldfish bowl over your head. If you buy a nice bottle of wine then serve it wrong, you’re wasting your time as well as money. In this episode, we tackle the thorny issue of how to serve your wine right, with a couple of helpful tips to remember. And it can make your wine taste so much better! Roped in to give their expert views are Master Sommelier Laura Rhys and hotelier Robin Hutson. The discussion covers temperature (including our infamous 20-20 rule), glasses, decanters, gadgets, corked wine, calmness, people and… keeping it real. (Sample quote: ‘Wine’s there to be enjoyed, no point analysing it to bl**dy death.’) There’s also a rude Dutch interlude to start and, to finish, we resume our quirky Wine A-Z, decoding wine speak. This time it’s C for Chardonnay.
Dee and Dave are joined by guest bartenders Maureen and Catherine to enjoy a new cocktail and ponder the question of whether the booze enthusiast should care which item of glassware is used for a given drink. Please share this pod - spread the boozy happiness!
This is our new mini series to help us all during the Covid-19 season. We hope it helps to serve and support you. Inspires you to be productive in your decluttering and encourages your mental health. Today in our Kitchen mini-series, we chat about glassware and mugs and encourage you to get in and declutter what you can in these areas. We hope you can giggle along with us today.Things mentioned in this episode and other helpful links:● Original Kitchen episode● Cake in a Mug recipesJoin our community ● Become a Patron with Patreon – your monthly donation makes a huge difference to us being able to producethis podcast. Donations can be as little as $1 a month!● Follow us on Instagram● Follow us on Facebook● Join our Facebook group● Leave a review on Apple PodcastThank you to our sound engineer, Jarred from Four4ty Studio Productions. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
John Winterman came of age in restaurants ranging from Charlie Trotter's in Chicago to Gary Danko in San Francisco, to a near-decade as a front-of-house maestro in Daniel Boulud's empire. After successfully launching and shepherding his Bâtard through its first five years in Tribeca, John was close to launching his independent New York Brasserie Francie in Brooklyn, with chef-partner Chris Cipollone (formerly of Piora in lower Manhattan), when the shutdown went into place.On this episode, John discusses how the current situation has and hasn't impacted his and Chris' plans, his uniquely positive outlook, and how they're using the yet-to-open restaurant to fundraise for the industry.Our thanks to S.Pellegrino for making these special reports possible.LINKSAndrew Talks to Chefs official siteChefs, Drugs, and Rock & Roll (Andrew's latest book)Francie websiteFrancie fundraising page
Happy to have you back, homebrewer! it’s another episode of our Homebrew Happy Hour podcast… the podcast where we answer all of your home brewing questions and discuss anything related to craft beer! REMINDER: If you appreciate the things we’re doing as Homebrew Happy Hour, consider joining our Patreon community! Not only will you be supporting […]
Co-owner/business director of Permanent Hangover and packaging extraordinaire Cam Bosch made his way up north for an overnight in Milo! Though he packages beer by day (first at Bissell, now at Oxbow), his side hustle for the last couple years has been helping grow and develop Permanent Hangover alongside its founder, Andy Godish. Perma Hang occupies a small, hard-to-define space of companies and brands that, despite not actually producing beer, have become undeniably relevant through their creative and intelligent commentary on the brewing industry itself. Our conversation touches on the value of self-parody, brand authenticity, an entity known as "Glassy", the merits of sending dog shit through the mail, and a glut of other topics both Noah and Matty found totally interesting. This episode was recorded (with appropriate attention to safety) as quarantine become the norm in Maine, and hopefully it serves as good a break for the madness for you as it did for us.
If you step into a beer hall in Cologne, you’ll be handed a stange of kölsch. Your bitter will come in a pint glass in London. And in Brussels you might be handed a tulip glass. On today’s show, we plunge into the thorny thicket of beer glassware. We’ve got some on hand and we’ll discuss which is appropriate, as well as some of the features that serve different purposes in each.
How do we train ourselves to be better fashion consumers? Claire, who is as surprised as you are that she’s three months into a shopping ban, has some learnings. And! We’re delivering plenty of intel from our visit to the home and lifestyle trade shows (AKA, the time we went to the Javits Center for fun). The linkage: A couple of things we love: 1) coupon codes, which you can now find here and 2) voicemails—so leave us one at 833-632-5463 any ol’ time. We’re all about Man Repeller’s rundown of Qs to pop before you shop. Read up on Livia Firth, the co-founder and creative director of Eco-Age, and her 30 Wears Challenge. Reporting from the tradeshows: COLOR! See: Poketo, Hay, Chilewich, Vitra, and Herman Miller. Glassware (and colorful glassware specifically)! See: R+D Lab, Lateral Objects, Kinto, Sugahara, and Hawkins New York. Design-y first aid! See: Airinium Urban Air Mask 2.0, Bioswiss bandages, and, elsewhere, emergency preparedness kits from Judy and Preppi. Oat milk / vegan chocolate! See: not-yet-launched Schnog + Noss and Raaka. Good-looking sustainable food and drink containers! See: Hay’s Sowden water bottle, Stojo cups, Porter by W&P make-and-take containers, and S’well Eats containers. Related: the sleek Aarke seltzer maker and, ugh, crystal water bottles. Wellness patches! See: The Good Patch. Produced by Dear Media
What We’re Drinking:La Fin du Monde by UnibroueABV: 9%IBU: 19Notes: The end of the world. The excellence of triple fermentation through a blend of special yeasts gives this malt beverage an exquisitely robust flavor of exceptional refinement. Brewed since February 1994!!Dunzo by Back Channel Brewing CollectiveABV: 6.75%IBU: 58Notes: Dunzo was written to be a dank IPA, strung together by a huge nose of fresh strawberry, orange creamsicle, and squeezed citrus. Designed to manipulate the most sought after characteristics of fruit, this fluffy gem goes elbow deep to showcase a bright tropical forest of flavor that will leave you stonefaced.Strata//Motueka hopsSponsorShow off your love of Untappd. Check out our online store and pick up Untappd branded glassware, shirts, sweatshirts, hats, and more! Go to http://store.untappd.com and enter the coupon code “PODCAST” at checkout to get 20% off all orders Untappd UpdateUpdateshttps://untappd.com/madnessUntappd Brewery Madness is returning for 2020!Would You Rather:Drink all your beer from a fire hose? or an eye dropper?Side Note: Submit new 'Would You Rather' questions to email@example.comNext Episode:We're working on building our first Bonus Episode!There's Rumor of a Pliny the Younger/Whale Episode coming soon!ConnectJon On UntappdHarrison On UntappdDrinking Socially on YoutubeTwitterFacebookInstagramFacebook GroupOut of Our Gourds Pumpkin Home Brew Recipe
Glassware. It's an essential part of the drinking experience, but there are so many options in wine, spirits and beer. Stemmed or stemless? Big bowl or small? Shaker pint or tulip? And what about ice? Big cube, small cube, sphere? Filtered water or tap? The Barrel to Bottle crew is here to help you sort through this madness and also prove that despite all the pretension it really does make a difference in how your drink tastes. Throughout the episode Pat will also be measuring how fast (or slow) the ice cubes are melting into the drinks with his fancy/ridiculous laser thermometer. Drink along at home with the following wine, spirits and beer: Bear Path Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon 2017 Elijah Craig Small Batch Bourbon Half Acre Bodem IPA Odd Side Ales Rye Hipster Brunch (Binny's Handpicked) With the following glasses and ice cubes: Glencairn Nosing Glass Glencairn Spirits Copita Three Floyds Pokal Glass Quari Ice Cubes
On this week’s episode Michael sits down with glassmaker Denver Cramer, co-owner of Denver & Liely. Denver & Liely is a company founded by two engineers in Melbourne, Australia with a passion for designing spirits glasses that enhance the drinker’s connection with the spirit they are consuming. This episode takes a trip down memory lane as we discuss Denver’s passions and life journeys that have been inspirational for his success. We discuss his decision to quit his day job and pursue the idea of creating a premier glass company, and the travels taken to gain inspiration in the designs of the glass. It was a lot of fun getting to chat with our new mate from the land down under. We have been long time fans of the glasses they make and certainly enjoy our whiskey just a little bit more when consuming from them. So enjoy the episode and go check out Denver & Liely, they have a glass to suit every type of drinker, cheers! Check out our full review on their Bourbon Glass on our website: https://bourbonlens.com/denverliely/ www.denverandliely.com Instagram: @denverandliely Facebook: Denver & Liely Visit our website BourbonLens.com to check out our blog posts and see what we are up to. We would appreciate you giving us a 5 star rating on your podcast app and please leave us a written review. This will help others discover our podcast and will help us expand our reach. Also, be sure to follow us @BourbonLens on Instagram, Facebook, & Twitter. If you have any comments, questions, or suggestions, please email us at TheBourbonLens@Gmail.com.
Some of the topics we discuss with Victoria Vergason of The Hour during this interview include: How Victoria used her globe-trotting career in international finance to build a colorful and diverse collection of vintage glassware and bar tools. The various changes in glassware size and shape as we moved from the golden age of the cocktail, to prohibition, and beyond. Why cocktail pitchers and rooster motifs really need to make a comeback. How history and culture had a direct effect on the design and materials used to make different glasses and tools, including camouflaged cocktail shakers, gun trigger mechanisms on jiggers and, even hand-painted cocktail glasses. The origins and implications of the “Three Martini Lunch” Why Victoria is branching out to create her own line of glassware and bar tools called “The Modern Home Bar.” Which famous artists and thinkers she would invite to her ultimate historical cocktail hour And much, much more
This week, Tom thirsts for some metal banded drinking glasses, while Molly makes the case that swoll vegans are a thing. Then they both want to take a trip to Columbia while listening to Mr. Sandman. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Dr. Ray Peat Interesting facts about the soot/estrogen connection Dr. Peat tells us why estrogen causes miscarriages Misinformation about estrogen and progesterone. Dr. Peat elaborates Estrogen has been proven to cause uterine cancer How hysterectomies became so popular Cause of hot flashes Pregnancy is prevented by stress for the safety of the mother Is progesterone cream a good idea for men to keep testosterone levels good? Ideas about strengthening arteries and veins Dr. Peat explains strokes. Why do clots form causing a stroke The dangers of over breathing The primary function of adrenaline What do cold hands and feet indicate? Ideas for dealing with hypothyroidism Does red light help the thyroid? Grassfed milk has more vitamin E A listener asks, "Why do my feet swell up in the middle of the day esp. when it's warm?" The side effects of birth control pills A listener asks about risk taking and learned helplessness. What is learned helplessness? Dr. Peat talks free will vs. determinism When women get older, what are the symptoms of low progesterone? What does Dr. Peat think of titanium ceramic non-stick cookware? Glassware is the best to cook in Could you live on just milk? Technically yes, but you would become iron deficient Cause of vertigo Here's the book that Dr. Peat recommends we all read https://archive.org/details/carbonicacidinme00rose/page/n7 And just some of the many emails asked and answered: Question for Ray Peat. What is the mechanism for how proper thyroid function and stomach acid break down or neutralize oxalates in the diet. Does it matter how much oxalic acid is consumed? Also, how effective are mineral compounds like magnesium or potassium citrate at preventing the negative effects of oxalic acid. You recommend 2000 mg Calcium per day ---- a concern expressed by other nutritionists is that the calcium may not go into the bones, but into the soft tissue and other places causing systemic damage over time. If one does take your suggestion: what are other prerequisite actions or physiological cell metabolism assumptions you are making? For example, are you assuming the person takes Vitamin D, Vitamin K and has proper thyroid function which stimulates production of adequate CO2 (which apparently takes calcium out of the cell). Please explain in detail so I can understand your recommendation in proper context.
Happy Thirsty Thursday! On this weeks episode, we hang with the IPA Queen of West Chester - Dana Dillon. We talk about Johns recent trip to Other half and our experience at Kennett Brewfest, Dana recaps her trip to the Great American Beer Festival, we try to pronounce Wilkes-Barre, we discuss Levante's text message, what would be your dream beer?, Glassware exchange and more! For beers, We taste and review, Other half Cricket, La Cumbre Elevated Wet Hop, Weldworks Juicy Bits and Medianoche Premier, Yuengling lager, Black Project Magic Lantern and Cerebral Brewing DDH Remote Island DIPA, and one of them got a 5 from all 4 of us! Go to www.patreon.com/mbnnetwork to hear the full 90 minute episode and get exclusive extras including entry into monthly giveaways and more! We are sponsored by Eunomia CBD! Go too www.eunomiaCBD.com and use promo code “MBN” for free shipping and 20% off your order!
Adam and MAR have always supported universal glassware. But which is the best? Zalto? INAO? Stemless? On this episode, join Adam and MAR while they drink Frank Cornelissen's "Susucaru" Rosato out everything from $3 Crate and Barrel glasses to Madonna Inn goblets to find the best glass for your bottles. Natural Disasters is powered by Simplecast.
Although we love the interviews, we always love getting back to basics and getting a blind from one of our listeners. Our friend Kyle sent us three whiskeys with an envelope with the answers. Hope you enjoy figuring it out along with us. Glassware provided by www.distilleryproducts.com Intro/Outro: Springtide "Fall Asleep Under the Millions of Stars"
Tony opens the show by talking a little bit about Zion Williamson and whether he'll actually play for New Orleans and also about the Bucks win over Toronto in Game 1 of their series. Washington Post columnist Sally Jenkins calls in to give her thoughts on the PGA Championship and also to share some stories about her dad, and Nigel gives the news. During Old Guy Radio, horse racing expert Andy Beyer calls in to talk about the Preakness, and they close out the show by opening up the Mailbag. Songs : Don Stewart "A Place To Hide" ; The Cane Bay High School Choir "Cantate Domino"