Coley is back, and so is daddy! The crew is talking about homebrewing for the summer, the mullet of beers, getting drunk and losing things, beer recalls, and the worst joke you'll ever hear. Flex is drinking Citrus'd, an IPA from Lion's Tail Brewing in Wisconsin. Coley and Greg are sipping on Jelly Not Jam, a fruited sour from Burley Oak Brewing. Greg talks about his weekend full of homebrewing, and what's coming up for the summer. He also needs some help finishing his beer. And Coley is getting ready to mix up some Jello shots. We also start talking about some sexy mullets.Iowa is really bringing things down in this week's Ludicrous Libation Law.MolsonCoors recalls their gross beer. The Qualified Captain and Cape May are collabing again on Boat Ramp Champ Helles. ABinBev is going to share the commercial space during the Super Bowl. A drunk guy loses some important, top-secret information while out on the town. And a drunk man crashes and then urinates in public. We wrap things off with a list for Flex; the Top 10 Fruited Sours of 2022.Coley: www.instagram.com/ice_cole_beer_ The BoozecastFlexy: 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 Use promo code UNFILTERED on Tavour.
Andrew Witchey is the founder and brewer of Dancing Gnome in Pittsburgh and opened up his new taproom early for a conversation over Kölsch about how the city has evolved beer-wise and where it's heading. Then he talks about his appreciation of lagers, his dislike of sours, and how he created a new space that reflects the beers and the brewery's personality. This Episode is sponsored by:Cigar City Brewing Co.Cigar City Brewing has taken inspiration from beyond the cosmos for Cosmic Crown, a golden-hued Strong Golden Ale, and added Galaxy hops to impart passionfruit and peach qualities to its profile of ripe fruit and light peppery spice. Assertive aromas of pineapple, bubblegum, dried flowers, and a hint of black pepper greet the nose. Overripe banana, red apple, and lime leaf esters play on the palate, while poundcake-like malt, pepper-like spiciness, and herbaceous bitterness play supporting roles. Learn more at CigarCityBrewing.com Stomp StickersStomp is a proud member of the brewers association that produces a wide variety of printed brewery products such as beer labels, keg collars, coasters, beer boxes and much more. Stomp's website features an easy-to-use design tool, low quantity orders, fast turn times, and free domestic shipping. Visit StompStickers.com and use code BEEREDGE15 for 15% off your first order. 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 Guest: Andrew Witchey Sponsors: Cigar City Brewing, Stomp Stickers, The Craft Brewery Cookbook, ProBrewer, All About Beer and The Beer Edge Tags: Beer, Pittsburgh, Lager, Sours, Business, Taprooms, IPA, Hops, Tradition
Tiana's Bayou Adventure to Replace Splash Mountain by Late 2024Tiana's Bayou Adventure is coming to Walt Disney World and Disneyland. Walt Disney Imagineers have been spending a lot of time in Louisiana conducting research to ensure Tiana's Bayou Adventure preserves the heart and soul of Tiana's story. Tiana's Bayou Adventure has been described as a love letter to New Orleans. The ride will take you on a musical adventure picking up where the film left off. We will see Princess Tiana, Naveen and the jazz-loving alligator Louis on an adventure through the bayou as they prepare to host a one-of-a-kind Mardi Gras celebration where everyone is welcome. The ride will travel through the bayou to original music inspired by songs from the movie as they're brought into the next chapter of Tiana's story. --More Benefits for Guests of Disneyland Resort HotelsNew summer pool parties will take place for 30 minutes daily at all three Disneyland Resort Hotels from July 1 – Aug. 31, 2022. The Disney poolside squad will be on deck to lead games like the water sponge relay and a fun floaty toss, and play high-energy music for dancing the Pluto doggie paddle! Disney characters will stop by the pool to join in the fun. Early Entry: Starting August 8, 2022, Disneyland Resort Hotel Guests will be able to enjoy Early Entry for 30 minutes prior to each park's opening to enjoy select attractions, dining and shopping. Dining Delivery: Select restaurants in Downtown Disney provide meal delivery services. Scan the QR code right from your in-room TV to access the links to those restaurants' delivery webpages to place an order that can be delivered right to a Disneyland Resort Hotel lobby. Package Delivery: Starting August 8, 2022 you can have your park purchases delivered to your Disneyland Resort Hotel the next day. Preferred Dine Access will offer Disneyland Resort Hotel Guests the opportunity to have preferred access to a limited number of reservations at select hotel table service restaurants during the dates of their hotel stay. More details coming soon. --Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique returns August 25Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique will welcome young guests starting August 25 at both Magic Kingdom Park at Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Park at Disneyland Resort.You can start making reservations in early August only in the My Disney Experience app and Disneyland App, or at DisneyWorld.com and Disneyland.com. Valid admission and park reservations are required for entry into Magic Kingdom Park and Disneyland park.--Disney's Magnolia Golf Course Undergoing Most Extensive Redesign EverAs part of a long-running collaboration with Arnold Palmer Golf Management, Disney is currently redesigning part of the Magnolia course. There will be four holes – No. 14, No. 15, No. 16 and No. 17 – that will be reimagined with innovative layouts and landscaping.Also, the course's 18 greens will be upgraded to create even more pristine putting surfaces. Plus, holes No. 16 and No. 17 will be connected by a new, wooden cart bridge through the forest and several fairway and greenside bunkers are being installed along with more challenging tee boxes.The new-look Magnolia course will debut later this year.--Foodie Guide to Disney Springs Flavors of FloridaFlavors of Florida at Disney Springs is under way and runs from July 5 through August 14. Over 30 restaurants and shops at Disney Springs are celebrating fresh flavors from the Sunshine State. These locations are serving up a slice of summer with refreshing beverages and delicious dishes, all inspired by Florida. Amorette's Patisserie Blood Orange Éclair – Éclair filled with triple blood orange mousse, topped with tangy citrus jam and candied blood orange. Blue Citrus Sauvignon Blanc Slushie – Matua sauvignon blanc, Blue Curaçao syrup and lemonade. Served in a Flavors of Florida Corkcicle. The BOATHOUSECoconut Panna Cotta – Coconut panna cotta, layered with mango gelée and topped with tropical fresh fruit, shredded coconut and a crispy coconut shortbread cookie.Chef's Art Smith's Homecomin' Southern Fried Hand Pies – A pair of fried pastries filled with moonshine-glazed strawberry compote and served with a scoop of vanilla bean ice cream. Blood Orange Margarita – Dobel Diamanté tequila with fresh-squeezed lime juice and blood orange purée, garnished with a fresh Florida orange Chicken Guy!Florida Sunshine Shake – Hand-spun, vanilla, soft serve ice cream and fresh Florida orange juice, topped with whipped cream and garnished with an orange wheel. (Not available for online orders.)City Works Eatery & Pour House Smokehouse Cuban – Hardwood-smoked pulled pork shoulder, ham, shaved hot link, smoked provolone, Robonaut Red mustard and spicy bread & butter pickles, on a Cuban roll.Coca-Cola Rooftop Beverage BarSunshine Orange Chill – St. Augustine vodka, orange juice, topped with Sprite and served in a souvenir Coca-Cola glass.D-Luxe Burger Lime Garage Burger – Deluxe patty, topped with pepper jack cheese, pork belly and fried green tomato, served with an avocado, lime and jalapeno spread. Orange Garage Burger – Deluxe patty, topped with pepper jack cheese, pork belly, lettuce, served with an orange and onion marmalade. Orange Bird Milkshake – Artisanal shake made with vanilla gelato and orange, topped with sprinkles. Dockside MargaritasStrawberry Basil Margarita – Herradura reposado tequila and lime juice, with strawberry purée and garnished with shredded basil leaves.Erin McKenna's Bakery NYCOrange Blossom Cupcake – Moist vanilla cupcake, piped with orange-flavored frosting, topped with orange zest and a flower garnish. (Vegan, gluten-free and dairy-free.)Everglazed Donuts & Cold Brew Citrus Dream Donut – Orange glazed donut with white buttercream, drizzled with orange icing and topped with an orange gummy and fresh mint leaf. Orange Lemonade with Sweet Cream Foam – Limited-edition summer treat, made with fresh-squeezed orange lemonade and topped with sweet cream foam. Frontera CocinaShrimp Ajillo Tostada – Tostada topped with roasted garlic-guajillo Florida pink shrimp, avocado, jicama, local heirloom cherry tomatoes, red onion, cilantro, orange and a citrus-soy vinaigrette.Gideon's BakehouseOrange Pecan Chocolate Chip Cookie – An almost-half-pound vanilla bean cookie infused with orange essence and mixed with dark chocolate, covered in pecan pralines and candied orange peel.The GanacheryStrawberry Shortcake Chocolate Treats – Strawberry chocolate, white crisp pearls, speculoos cookie crumbles and strawberry crispies.House of Blues Restaurant & Bar Voodoo Shrimp – Sautéed Florida Gulf Shrimp in an Abita Amber beer reduction sauce, served over jalapeño-cheese cornbread. Green Gator – Siesta Key Toasted Coconut Rum mixed with melon liqueur, simple syrup and pineapple juice. Local Green Orlando Food TruckKingston Mango Pineapple Lemonade – Tropical flavors of mango and pineapple with refreshing lemonade.Jock Lindsey's Hangar Bar Florida Gulf Shrimp Tacos – Jerk-spiced shrimp served in a grilled corn tortilla with watermelon pico de gallo and topped with sliced jalapeno. Jock's Citrus Old Fashioned – A cocktail classic with a Florida summer twist. Florida Mule – Florida cane vodka, ginger beer, orange juice and simple syrup. Served in a Flavors of Florida Corkcicle. M&M'S Store M&M'S White Chocolate Key Lime Pie Candy – Brightly colored, white chocolate candies, available by the half-pound and pound from the color wall.Outdoor Vending Blood Orange Gin & Tonic – St. Augustine Gin, Tipplers orange liqueur, blood orange Monin and tonic water, garnished with an orange wedge.Paddlefish Key Lime Pie – A rich but tart key lime filling and airy toasted meringue.The Polite Pig Cuban Sandwich – Classic Florida sandwich made with crusty bread and piled high with sliced ham, roasted pork, cheese and dill pickles, spread with a tangy sauce. Key Lime Mojito – Rum cocktail, mixed with fresh-squeezed lime juice and club soda, garnished with fresh mint sprigs and lime. Rainforest Cafe Key Lime Ceviche Tostada – Shrimp, scallop and mango ceviche, avocado mousse and cilantro-cabbage slaw with citrus vinaigrette, accompanied by cilantro lime rice and Cuban black beans. Sailfish Brewing Sunrise City IPA – West coast-style IPA brewed with Columbus, Amarillo and Mosaic hops, featuring a smooth finish and notes of bitter citrus. Raglan Road Irish Pub and Restaurant Home Grown Strip Steak – A 12oz cut, grass-fed and locally raised at Florida's Adena Farms, served with béarnaise sauce, Cipollini onions, sautéed wild mushrooms and Raglan's twice-cooked millionaire homemade chips.Salt & Straw Strawberry Honey Balsamic with Black Pepper ice creamSplitsville Luxury Lanes Grilled Key West Pink Shrimp Salad – Grilled shrimp served over a spring mix with strawberries, oranges, cucumbers, tomato, parsley, onions and feta tossed in strawberry vinaigrette. Spiked Guava Lemonade – Guava puree and fresh-squeezed lemon juice with St. Augustine vodka, topped with a splash of soda water. Swirls on the Water Orange Bird DOLE Whip – Soft-serve DOLE Whip Orange topped with sprinkles and an Orange Bird garnish. Watermelon DOLE Whip – DOLE Whip Watermelon piled high on a slice of fresh watermelon. Limited quantities available daily, while supplies last. Terralina Crafted ItalianItalian Sangria – Special blend of cabernet sauvignon, brandy, peach and lemon, garnished with Florida orange slices and served by the glass or in a pitcher for four.T-REX Blackened Shrimp Salad – Salad greens dressed with Florida orange blossom honey and Key lime vinaigrette topped with blackened shrimp, seasonal berries and goat cheese croutons. Oyster City Mangrove Pale Ale – Classic pale ale with a malty body and mild hops, fermented in mangos to add a tropical, fruit-forward flavor. Vivoli il Gelato Pineapple and Coconut Shake – A rich and creamy shake made with pineapple and coconut sorbetto, topped with a mini pineapple and coconut layer cake. Orange Blossom Gelato – Frozen Italian treat made with orange blossom pilsner beer and Savannah Bee orange blossom honey, served in a cup or waffle cone. Key Lime Cannoli – A delicate pastry shell filled with sweet cream made of ricotta and key limes. Wine Bar George Frozen Old Fashioned – DOLE Whip Orange blended with Hooten Young American whiskey and aromatic and orange bitters. (Purchase a Wine Bar George limited edition Corkcicle and enjoy a complimentary frozen drink.)Guests can pick up a Flavors of Florida event guide upon arrival at the Disney Springs Welcome Center or any participating location.--The Official Complete Lineup for 2022 Eat to the Beat Concert Series at EPCOTThis year, Disney Live Entertainment continues to bring new flavors into the mix, giving even more guests a chance to savor the music they love. Fresh acts will take the America Gardens Theatre stage, including local bands Tuesday-Thursday, alongside many of your favorite artists. With genres spanning Rock, Latin, Rap, Pop, Country and more. July 14-15 – Baha Men July 16-18 – Big Bad Voodoo Daddy July 22-23 – Tonic (NEW) July 24-25 – Jeremy Camp (NEW) July 29-30 – Taylor Dayne July 31-Aug. 1 – Tiffany Aug. 5-8 – Joey Fatone & Friends Aug. 12-13 – The Devon Allman Project Aug. 14-15 – Christopher Cross Aug. 19-20 – Journey former Lead Vocalist Steve Augeri Aug. 21-22 – Air Supply Aug. 26-27 – Blanco Brown (NEW) Aug. 28-29 – 98° Sept. 2-3 – Southern Avenue Sept. 4-5 – Kris Allen & David Cook Sept. 9-10 – Hoobastank (NEW) Sept. 11-12 – Jimmie Allen Sept. 16-17 – Los Amigos Invisibles (NEW) Sept. 18-19 – American Authors Sept. 23-24 – BBMAK Sept. 25-26 – Postmodern Jukebox Sept. 30-Oct. 1 – Stokley (NEW) Oct. 2-3 – Sheila E. Oct. 7-8 – Mark Wills Oct. 9-10 – 38 Special Oct. 14-15 – Robert Randolph Band (NEW) Oct. 16-17 – Newsboys (NEW) Oct. 21-22 – Ray Parker Jr. (NEW) Oct. 23-24 – Billy Ocean Oct. 28-31 – Hanson Nov. 4-7 – Boyz II Men Nov. 11-12 – Kenny G Nov. 13-14 – Sugar Ray Guests can secure a spot at the show by reserving an Eat to the Beat Dining Package available Friday-Monday. Find out more by visiting TasteEPCOT.com.Thank You for Listening to the Disney Travel PodcastThank you very much for listening to this episode, Amelia and I hope that you enjoyed it. If you did, we would be very grateful if you could rate, review and subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts/iTunes (or on whichever app you choose to listen). A brief review about what you liked most about an episode truly helps to keep the show going by exposing it to new listeners. 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The Cognitive Crucible is a forum that presents different perspectives and emerging thought leadership related to the information environment. The opinions expressed by guests are their own, and do not necessarily reflect the views of or endorsement by the Information Professionals Association. During this episode, Jon Roozenbeek discusses his upcoming book project, Information, Influence and War in Ukraine--including analyses related to media and identity in Wartime Donbas. He discusses inoculation theory as a method for countering misinformation and the Harmony Square Game project, as well. Resources: Cognitive Crucible Podcast Episodes Mentioned #56 Bob Jones on Governance Dissertation: Media and Identity in Wartime Donbas, 2014-2017 Research exposes long-term failure of Russian propaganda Harmony Square Game Breaking Harmony Square: A game that “inoculates” against political misinformation https://www.psychol.cam.ac.uk/staff/dr-jon-roozenbeek Polling Data: (scroll down to “what Donbas residents want for their future” for the polling data mentioned) Go Viral game Study: Towards psychological herd immunity: Cross-cultural evidence for two prebunking interventions against COVID-19 misinformation: 2 large and cross-cultural studies into the effectiveness of the game as a way to counter COVID-19 misinformation, including a longitudinal study Bad News game Study: Fake news game confers psychological resistance against online misinformation Study: Good News about Bad News: Gamified Inoculation Boosts Confidence and Cognitive Immunity Against Fake News Study: Long-term effectiveness of inoculation against misinformation: Three longitudinal experiments: longitudinal study; we followed up with participants to see how long the “inoculation” effect of the Bad News game lasts; the answer is 2+ months, provided people are given regular “booster shots” or reminders Study: Technique-based inoculation against real-world misinformation Harmony Square Game Study: Breaking Harmony Square: A game that “inoculates” against political misinformation: this study was published in a journal intended not only for academics but also policymakers and so on; so it's written in a more accessible style than most academic publications Inoculation Theory and Misinformation: Recent review of how to use inoculation theory to counter misinformation Link to full show notes and resources https://information-professionals.org/episode/cognitive-crucible-episode-103 Guest Bio: Jon Roozenbeek is the British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow at the Cambridge Social Decision-Making Lab. His research focuses on misinformation, vaccine hesitancy, online extremism and inoculation theory. As part of his research, he co-developed the award-winning fake news games Bad News, Harmony Square and Go Viral. Jon is also interested in social media research, agent-based modeling and natural language processing. His doctoral dissertation (University of Cambridge, 2020) examined media discourse in conflict zones, primarily the "People's Republics" of Donetsk and Luhansk in eastern Ukraine. About: The Information Professionals Association (IPA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to exploring the role of information activities, such as influence and cognitive security, within the national security sector and helping to bridge the divide between operations and research. Its goal is to increase interdisciplinary collaboration between scholars and practitioners and policymakers with an interest in this domain. For more information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Or, connect directly with The Cognitive Crucible podcast host, John Bicknell, on LinkedIn. Disclosure: As an Amazon Associate, 1) IPA earns from qualifying purchases, 2) IPA gets commissions for purchases made through links in this post.
Modern brewers aim to extract as much fruity goodness from hops as possible when making styles like IPA, and Rapidase Revelation Aroma is an enzyme product that promises to unlock these desirable characteristics when added to the fermenter. This week, contributor Andy Carter joins Marshall to talk about this unique product as well as the results of an xBmt on the topic. The Brülosophy Podcast is brought to you by Imperial Yeast who provide brewers with the most viable and fresh yeast on the market. Learn more about what Imperial Yeast has to offer at ImperialYeast.com today. | Relevant Article | Rapidase Revelation Aroma xBmt
This week's guest is Brandon Hegg. Brandon has more than 15 years' experience in sales production, leadership, and coaching. He especially enjoys working with new financial advisors to shorten their time to productivity. During his interview, you'll discover all the details of Brandon's IPA system for incorporating referral discussions into regular conversation and a super creative way to thank clients for referrals that immediately endears you to your client and the person referred. Plus, he explains how to get better client responses and more business with one key question. You can also get more in-depth information and added details not included in the episode from our show notes. Visit www.staypaidpodcast.com. Connect | Resources Email: email@example.com LinkedIn: Brandon Hegg Cell phone: 612-271-5536 0:00 Introduction 1:41 Brandon's business bio 3:28 A better way to ask for referrals (IPA) 4:55 Improve 6:14 Set the expectation 6:54 Praise 8:27 Ask 9:02 How when and often to ask for referrals 10:45 A different way to thank clients for referrals [Golden Nugget] 12:47 The importance of the 90-day touchpoint 13:22 You NEED to ask 14:22 Why you don't say you're busy [Golden Nugget] 15:24 Make your clients a part of your journey 17:11 Asking better questions and the limbic brain 20:02 How to tap into the limbic/emotional brain 23:11 The interplay between logic and emotion 25:15 Example 1 – effective and ineffective 28:01 Example 2 – effective and ineffective 29:36 Example 3 – effective and ineffective 30:34 Other successful lead sources for advisors 34:46 Advice Brandon would give to the younger Brandon 37:21 Action Item To learn how to generate more referrals and repeat business, visit: www.remindermedia.com Follow Stay Paid: https://www.tiktok.com/@staypaid_podcast https://www.facebook.com/staypaidpodcast https://www.instagram.com/staypaidpodcast
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Welcome to Beer Fest Fridays! Karl and Lourdes (Lulu) of Hate Mondays Tavern drop in with more good beers than we had time to try. From refreshing lagers to dank IPA's and everything in between, Lulu's always on point with her selection and recommendations. Karl talks BBQ, inspiration in the kitchen, what he drinks while cooking and what seasoning he uses instead of salt. We all could have used Monday's award winning Remedy Burger the next morning. Beer Fest Fridays, where beer meets barbells! Follow: Instagram: @BeerFestFridays | Twitter: @BeerFestFridays | Hashtag: #BeerFestFridays
Nous sommes à La ptite mousse, la cave à bière d'Alexis, rue de Douai dans le 9e, pas très loin de Pigalle et du Moulin Rouge. Si vous passez par là, vous pourrez aussi prendre une bière sur place. Une bière glouglou, peut-être ? C'est l'adjectif qu'utilise Alexis pour parler d'une bière rafraîchissante, facile à boire. Aujourd'hui, Alexis nous parle du phénomène des IPA. Il nous raconte aussi comme ça se passerait pour un auditeur qui passerait la porte de sa boutique. On y va ? On en était aux bières glouglou dans la série des adjectifs pour décrire une bière. La suite du texte est dans le TRANSCRIPT, abonnez-vous! http://bit.ly/OneThingTranscripts https://www.laptitemousse.eu/
On this week's episode, we take on Sam Raimi's return to the director's chair with Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness! We talk all kinds of things - the amount of homework you have to do for this movie, the new multiverse exploration, how it fits into the Marvel canon, the changes that Raimi brings to the table, and a whole lot more. We're also drinking Tree House Brewing Company's King Julius double IPA! Approximate timeline 0:00-20:00 Intro 20:00-28:00 Beer talk 28:00-end Doctor Strange 2 Next up: Rosemary's Baby --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bloodandblackrum/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bloodandblackrum/support
English words can be really confusing sometimes. In these how-to-pronounce episodes published on Fridays, I'll help you with the pronunciation of confusing words and common names. This week we're going to talk about the word ‘vulnerable'. Here's a loose transcription of the word as explained in the episode: Vulnerable: vuhl-nuh-ruh-b'l [IPA: ˈvʌlnəɹəbəl] Watch the video version here: https://hadarshemesh.com/magazine/vulnerable/ If you want to improve your accent and understand spoken English better, download my free American Accent audio crash course: https://hadarshemesh.com/audio-accent-course/ You can also download an interactive list of 50 of the most mispronounced words in English and master the pronunciation of those tricky words: https://hadarshemesh.com/50-most-mispronounced-words/ Join our Facebook community to connect with non-native English learners from all over the world: https://hadarshemesh.com/influency-community/
Well, we are a little behind on the news about Stone Brewing but we will break that down and figure out if we are going to be fine with this. We also will mention things such as: Cooler tips. Old old kegs. IPA belts. Golden Ales are always old. Propane tanks. Keeping a hose nearby And a lot more things that we hope you listen for! DOWNLOAD: ThePerfectPour465.mp3 (There will be cussing at times) Subscribe to the show in Apple Podcast. Subscribe with Google Play. You can also find us on Spotify and Stitcher. Perfect Pour's YouTube Channel. HOSTED BY: Nick & Mikey. MUSIC BY: Sunburns and Paul From Fairfax. Drop Us A Line: Email Perfect Pour. Mikey would REALLY love it if you subscribe to his newsletter: Drinking & Thinking Also, Check out Mikey's Beer Geek blog. Our send “STUFF” to us address: The Perfect Pour – co Mike Seay 2037 W. Bullard Ave #153 Fresno, CA 93711
This week we're crackin' open Density Matrix, a hazy double IPA using New Zealand hops from Barclay Brewing Co. which brews out of Twelve Percent Beer Project in North Haven, CT. Available wherever you get your favorite podcasts. Cheers!
Wild Card (https://www.wildcardbrewery.co.uk) head brewer Jaega Wise loves breaking down difficult problems with no-nonsense solutions. An early career in chemical engineering gave her the understanding of brewing mechanics that she uses today to hone processes and simplify the brewery's approach to beer making, yet she remains constantly pragmatic and encouraging. In this episode, she joins the podcast on the occasion of the U.S. release of her new book, Wild Brews. Through the conversation, she discusses: growing up and attending university just down the road from Burton-on-Trent the challenges of brewing a 2.7 percent ABV, hop-forward, New England–inspired table pale ale differences in British and American drinking culture tackling similar hop flavors and body in a nonalcoholic IPA the delicate handling and food-safety concerns of NA beer good haze vs. bad haze fundamental questions all brewers should ask themselves combining different yeast strains to ferment hazy beers using dried yeast making wild beer accessible working with various fruits And more. This episode is brought to you by: G&D Chillers (https://gdchillers.com): What if you could chill your beer with a more efficient chiller? The Answer? G&D Chillers new Micro Channel Condensers! G&D's Micro Channel Condensers are highly efficient in hotter regions, use a fraction of the refrigerant over traditional chillers which provides less opportunity for leaks along with lower global warming potential. G&D Chillers' Engineers are committed to green technology design, while developing a more energy efficient chiller for the brewing industry. Contact G&D Chillers today at gdchillers.com (https://gdchillers.com) BSG (https://go.bsgcraft.com/Contact-Us) This episode brought to you by BSG and Rahr Malting Co., the home of fossil-free malt. Rahr's headquarters in Shakopee, Minnesota is powered by renewable electricity. Malthouses and kilns are fed by an electrostatic boiler fueled by agricultural byproducts, much of which is waste from the malting process. By eliminating the use of natural gas, Rahr Malting Co. reduces CO2 emissions by 260,000 tons per year while filling 25% of the US brewing industry's malt needs. Put the power of Rahr Malt in your beer at go.bsgcraft.com/Contact-Us (https://go.bsgcraft.com/Contact-Us) Old Orchard (https://www.oldorchard.com/brewer): Is your brewery struggling to source or afford berry ingredients? Historic heatwaves devastated U.S. berry crops, causing supply to dwindle and prices to skyrocket. That's why brewers are switching over to Old Orchard's craft concentrate blends, which mimic straight concentrates but at a better price point—and with more reliable supply. Is it any surprise that Old Orchard's best-sellers are Raspberry and Blackberry flavors? Reclaim your margins and order your craft concentrates at oldorchard.com/brewer (https://www.oldorchard.com/brewer) Arryved (https://www.arryved.com): Arryved mobile point of sale powers places with personality. Arryved is streamlining business operations for the makers of craft with an all-in-one solution that was built with love by hospitality professionals. No contracts and no monthly fees make Arryved a no brainer for your craft business. Go to Arryved.com (https://www.arryved.com/cbb), forward slash CBB to set up a free, customized demo. That's A-r-r-Y-v-e-d dot com, forward slash CBB (https://www.arryved.com/cbb). A different kind of P-O-S has Arryved. Ss Brewtech (https://www.ssbrewtech.com): From the rotatable pick-up tube on Rogue Brewing's pilot brewhouse to the integrated hopbacks on Sierra Nevada's twin prototyping brewhouses, Ss Brewtech has taken technology they invented working with world-renowned industry veterans and made them available to every craft brewer. To learn more about Ss Brewtech's innovation list, head over to SsBrewtech.com (https://www.ssbrewtech.com)
Join Joe Bond and AJ Applegarth on this week's episode of The Fantasy Six Pack Hour. This week they will be giving their 2022 Fantasy Football AFC South Preview. They are joined by Linda, contributor for Matthew Berry's Fantasy Life to help cover this topic. Make sure you give those 5-star ratings/likes and visit https://fantasysixpack.net for all your Fantasy Football needs. Also don't miss out on the new Fantasy Six Pack Membership plans to dominate your Fantasy Football season. Use promocode F6PEarly to save 25%. Joe: https://twitter.com/f6p_joe A.J.: https://twitter.com/AppleGarthAlgar Mike: https://twitter.com/BeLike_Miike Linda: https://twitter.com/Lindellions --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fantasy-six-pack-hour/support
Following the June 28 Iowa Board of Pharmacy meeting, IPA staff and Sue Mears from the Board of Pharmacy discuss the Board's updated security and controlled substance accountability rules, as well as changes to the Statewide Protocols for naloxone, immunization and tobacco cessation.
We have two new breweries on the show. Both are from England. First up is S43 out of Middlesbrough. Maris the Dank Engine uses columbus, chinook, citra and simcoe and then double dry hopped with cryo citra, cryo columbus, chinook and centennial hops. It's a tropical flavor bomb of goodness. We also try Play Brew which has released a collaboration with S43. Love Note is also double dry hopped IPA but the hops remain a mystery. Both are worthy of great discussion.
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David E. Scharff, M.D. is Co-Founder and Former Director, International Psychotherapy Institute; Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences and Georgetown University; Supervising Analyst, International Institute for Psychoanalytic Training; Honorary Fellow, Tavistock Relationships, London; Former Chair, The IPA's Committee on Couple and Family Psychoanalysis; He has pioneered the use of technology for distance psychotherapy education and training since 1998. He is editor of the journal Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy in China, and Director of the Training Programs in Analytic Couple and Family Therapy in Beijing and Moscow. He is a Child and Adult Analyst in Private Practice with children, adults, couples and families in Chevy Chase, Maryland. With Dr. Jill Scharff, he is the 2021 winner of the Mary Sigourney Award in Psychoanalysis, the most prestigious award in the field. Dr. Scharff has been author and editor of more than 30 books, with foundational texts on family, couple and individualpsychoanalytic therapy, and innovative training of psychotherapists and psychoanalysts. He has organized more than 100 conferences in the United States and abroad, and taught internationally on five continents including 30 countries. His recent initiatives involve organizing training programs in China and Russia. He is founder of a journal called “Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy in China.” His book “The Sexual Relationship” in 1982 has been followed by more than 30 books and 100 articles including the classics“Object Relations Family Therapy” and “Object Relations Couple Therapy”, both with Jill Savege Scharff. Recent publications have included “Psychoanalytic Couple Therapy” edited with Jill Scharff. His most recent books are “The Use of the Self in Psychoanalysis,” (2019) and “Marriage and Family in Modern China: A Psychoanalytic Exploration” (Routledge, 2021). Sign up for 10% off of Shrink Rap Radio CE credits at the Zur Institute
The boys drink and review Flying Dog's Hop Electric hazy IPA, then discuss public education. The extreme dysfunction of America's public schools came to the attention of parents during Covid lockdowns. They were able to peer into the classroom and see and hear the nonsense their children have been taught. The sensible among them were outraged, and the responsible among them are making other arrangements. But it's worse than that. Interest groups prevent schools from kicking out disruptive kids, and many parents don't prepare their kids to be ready to learn. P&C discuss local vs. top-down "public" education and ask whether the government be in charge of it. And how does education fit in with having a shared, common culture?
P&C drink and review a homebrew IPA, then discuss this weird place in the middle of the desert. How did a town founded by the Mormons becomes known for gambling? Why did a city spring up in that location? How did it develop? How did it take on some of its unique characteristics? Why did it get associated with prostitution, easy marriage, and divorce? Along with special guest Longinus, the boys discuss the history and development of this strange town, and how it became the city we have today. Why did it shift from a western town with cowboy themes to more of a Miami-like, resort feel? And when did the mob get involved?
P&C drink and review Pigweed's latest IPA, then discuss Sun Tzu's classic. It's an ancient book that might date back to the 6th century BC. It came out of a time when Chinese intellectuals were classifying and organizing things. While it's explicitly about war, it's often re-interpreted as a general commentary on strategic thinking. The Art of War is relevant to things in the news right now, like the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
P&C drink and review a single-hop IPA, then discuss therapy culture. Are we addicted to therapy? Have we redefined ourselves around our emotions? Are we all vulnerable, broken, "at risk," scarred for life? There's been an erosion of the boundary between the private and the public. Now we have TV shows where people disclose their personal issues. There's nothing more virtuous today than seeking treatment. We've demonized silence, stoicism and a stiff upper lip. Do healthy people really have to talk about themselves? Publicly?
La bière est un sujet auquel je pense pour le podcast depuis un certain temps, parce qu'il se passe, depuis quelque temps, quelque chose autour de la bière en France, comme ailleurs dans le monde, j'imagine. Bien sûr que les Français boivent de la bière. Dans les magasins, on ne peut pas ne pas remarquer que les gammes s'étoffent, que les étiquettes portent de nouvelles mentions, que les brasseries proposent des IPA, que les étiquettes des canettes sont de plus en plus artistiques. Bref, j'avais envie de m'intéresser au sujet et de le partager avec vous. C'est ainsi que j'ai fait la connaissance d'Alexis. La p'tite mousse 29 rue de Douai - 75009 Paris https://www.laptitemousse.eu/ La suite du texte est dans le TRANSCRIPT, abonnez-vous! http://bit.ly/OneThingTranscripts
Our best beer friend Coley drops in to hang with Flex & Greg as we circle the globe to uncover the beer stories you won't stop talking about. We're drinking expensive beer, snacking on caviar, meeting strangers from Instagram, and talking about the HUGE news in the beer world (cough, Stone).Coley and Greg are drinking Urban Artifact's Astronaut Food — Blackberry & Raspberry, a comically expensive fruited sour. Flex is sipping on I Got My Cicerone on Untappd from Youngblood Beer Company.Greg and Coley packed the jet and went to San Diego for Vanessa's (the_real_beer_vixen) birthday. They hung out with some awesome people from the gram, drank their way through the city, had caviar bumps, and so much more! Flex met up with some gram friends for his Monday lunch beer sesh. Chew Your Beer calls in with a full recap of Cellador's Friends Fest beer festival. If you haven't heard by now, Stone Brewing has sold out to Sapporo. It's still weird. Will you keep buying Stone beers? Sour Jim leaves Firestone Walker Brewing. Figueroa Mountain Brewing is taking over some legendary Los Angeles beer spots. Modern Times is acquired by Anaheim's Brewery X at auction. And some drunk kids scooted right into a cop car; whoops!Coley: www.instagram.com/ice_cole_beer_ The BoozecastFlexy: 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 Use promo code UNFILTERED on Tavour.
"Pete Brown is a an award winning writer and author whose curiosity has led him deep into the history of food and drink and along the way he has uncovered forgotten stories, helped shape the understanding of beer, and enchanted readers though his ability to convey a keen sense of place and voice. His latest book was just released. It's called Clubland: How the Working Men's Club Shaped Britain. He charts the clubs early beginnings, booming popularity, influence on popular culture, and eventual decline. In the pages, reads some promo copy, Pete 'explores the clubs' role in defining masculinity, community and class identity for generations of men in Britain's industrial towns. They were, at their best, a vehicle for social mobility and self-improvement, run as cooperatives for working people by working people: an informal, community-owned pre-cursor to the Welfare State.' The we transition to another book: World's Greatest Beers: 250 Beers from Pilsen to Portland, which will be published by CAMRA Books in August. Pete is the chief writer on the book that includes entries from other well known writers in the beer space, including the host of this podcast. We'll talk about how to build out such a list, the eventual flack that will be flung, and what goes into enjoying a great beer aside from taste."-John HollThis Episode is sponsored by:Jack's Abby BrewingArgentina is a lively land of agriculture, food and fun. For us, those are the ingredients for a great beer culture. In talking to our friends Andres and Alberto, we covered a range of topics from climate, to crops to Asado-Argentinian BBQ parties. This inspired us to create a new lager using Malbec grape must that would pair perfectly with the social occasion and the food. We hope you enjoy this unique lager inspired by culture and conversation.Stomp StickersStomp is a proud member of the brewers association that produces a wide variety of printed brewery products such as beer labels, keg collars, coasters, beer boxes and much more. Stomp's website features an easy-to-use design tool, low quantity orders, fast turn times, and free domestic shipping. Visit StompStickers.com and use code BEEREDGE15 for 15% off your first order. 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 Guest: Pete Brown Sponsors: Jack's Abby, Stomp Stickers, The Craft Brewery Cookbook, All About Beer and The Beer Edge Tags: Beer, Clubs, Work, Economics, Books, History, CAMRA
The Cognitive Crucible is a forum that presents different perspectives and emerging thought leadership related to the information environment. The opinions expressed by guests are their own, and do not necessarily reflect the views of or endorsement by the Information Professionals Association. During this episode, LtCol Brian Schweers discusses the US Marine Corps' All Domain Effects Team (ADET) concept, which is considered to still be in the prototype phase. After describing the historical mission of the Marine Corps' Air-Naval Gunfire Liaison Company (ANGLICO), Brian unpacks the ADET rationale and composition. ADETs are task-organized forces that integrate information capabilities with lethal fires to achieve effects in the forward operating environment across the competition continuum in support of joint, allied, and coalition forces. These teams are intended to provide a scalable, mobile, and lethal force capable of operating across air, land, sea, space, and cyber domains simultaneously. The first ADET employed in support of joint operations was in September of 2021, during Joint Warrior in Durness, Scotland. 2d ANGLICO and II MIG continue to refine the ADET concept in support of the Commandant's Stand-in-Force Concept. Brian's research opportunity or question to the IPA Community: How do we know that we're achieving effects? How do we measure effects in the cognitive realm and tie it to decision making? Resources: Cognitive Crucible Podcast Episodes Mentioned #13 Brian Russell on Behind Enemy Lines #95 LtGen Matthew Glavy on MCDP 8 Information #93 Todd Huntley on Information Operations and the Law THE CHANGING CHARACTER OF COMBINED ARMS by BENJAMIN JENSEN AND MATTHEW STROHMEYER Ukraine conflict reveals parallels to new Marine Corps war-fighting vision 2d Air-Naval Gunfire Liaison Company (ANGLICO) LtCol Brian Schweers Bio War in a 140 Characters by David Patrikarakos 2014 Gaza War (Operation Protective Edge) Link to full show notes and resources https://information-professionals.org/episode/cognitive-crucible-episode-102 Guest Bio: After receiving a Bachelors of Arts from Miami University, Lieutenant Colonel Brian Schweers was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in May 2002. Upon completion of initial training, he reported to Battery L, 3rd Battalion, 10th Marines. His assignments included Forward Observer, Fire Direction Officer (FDO), and Platoon Commander. He completed two tours in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. In 2006 Lieutenant Colonel Schweers reported to 1st Air Naval Gunfire Liaison Company, 1st Marine Headquarters Group. His billets were Firepower Control Team Leader and Supporting Arms Liaison Team Leader. He completed two tours in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom and one tour in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. Lieutenant Colonel Schweers attended the Field Artillery Captains Career Course at Fort Sill, Oklahoma in the summer of 2010. Upon graduation, he reported to 1st Battalion, 11th Marines. His assignments included Battery C Commanding Officer, Battalion Operations Officer, and Battalion Assistant Fire Support Officer. In 2014 Lieutenant Colonel Schweers reported to Expeditionary Warfare School (EWS) where he served as a Faculty Advisor and Curriculum Developer. Following EWS, he reported to 1st Battalion, 12th Marines where he served as the Battalion Logistics Officer and Battalion Executive Officer. In 2018 Lieutenant Colonel Schweers reported to Programs and Resources, Headquarters Marine Corps where he served as the Assistant Program Development Officer and Program Development Officer. About: The Information Professionals Association (IPA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to exploring the role of information activities, such as influence and cognitive security, within the national security sector and helping to bridge the divide between operations and research. Its goal is to increase interdisciplinary collaboration between scholars and practitioners and policymakers with an interest in this domain. For more information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Or, connect directly with The Cognitive Crucible podcast host, John Bicknell, on LinkedIn. Disclosure: As an Amazon Associate, 1) IPA earns from qualifying purchases, 2) IPA gets commissions for purchases made through links in this post.
This is the fourth Beer of The Week we've done from Rhinegeist, breaking their tie with Jackie O's for most Beers of The Week on the podcast from a single brewery. Three of their four beers we've featured have been collaborations! That includes this Ohio-themed, two-for-one IPA they've brewed with Columbus Brewing Company (their second Beer of The Week). Also, sports!
We recap the races from the USATF Outdoor Track & Field Championships and give our unsolicited hot takes on anyone and everyone. No one is safe from our unfiltered and unimportant opinions. Run too fast? We'll talk sh*t about you. Run too slow? We'll talk sh*t about you. JK, we love all the athletes and any opinions shared are in good fun to make track more exciting. Show your support for the show by joining us on Patreon: https://patreon.com/beermile Sign up for the IPA 10k/5k + Brewfest + Beer Mile (use code BEERMILE): https://run4beerchicago.com Brought to you by MANSCAPED: Use code BEERMILE for 20% Off + Free Shipping at MANSCAPED.COM Use code BEERMILE for 20% Off sunglasses at KnockAround.com Use code CROBERTSON20 for 20% Off at Athletic Brewing Beer: https://athletic-brewing-co.sjv.io/gbGWzA Help us grow the show: Sauce us a 5-star rating on Apple Podcasts and Spotify Join our Patreon for exclusive, uncut and uncensored content + big giveaways: https://www.patreon.com/beermile Subscribe to Beer Mile Media on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/beermilemedia Social Follow Beer Mile Media on Instagram Follow Beer Mile Media on Facebook Follow Beer Mile Media on Twitter Follow Beer Mile Media on TikTok Join the Beer Mile Strava Club --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/beer-mile-media/support
We're back after a week off where David took vacation and Gary was on a work trip. This week's bourbon is Basil Hayden Toast and the beer is Rhinegiest Nines Are Wild.In this episode, we start out talking about 4th of July and Gary of course has a funny fireworks story. We discuss the new Jack and Coke ready-to-drink cocktail, and Gary tells us about his new favorite energy drink.Gary's trip to Memphis involved lots of bourbon and a gentleman getting very excited for the opportunity to buy lots of people rounds of Blanton's. Gary tells us about seeing the famous ducks at the Peabody Hotel, and how he nailed his presentation.David went to Grand Rapids and Lake Michigan. In Grand Rapids he visited the New Holland Knickerbocker location, where he purchased some barrel-aged Dragon's Share Seltzer. The big news item of the week is that Stone Brewing sold out to Sapporo, ending 25-plus years as an independent craft brewery. We discuss the sale and our podcast's fun history with Stone.Gary drinks Basil Hayden Toast, and let's just say that he's a fan. Basil Hayden Toast features an entirely new brown rice mashbill and a secondary finish in toasted barrels. The result is a bourbon with less spice, and deepened notes of sweet caramel with a bright, light mouthfeel.David drinks Nines Are Wild, a cold double IPA brewed to celebrate Rhinegeist's ninth anniversary.Make sure to visit Beers and Beards Podcast for a full list of our episodes.Use code “MMAMcKinney” for 10% off at Rivalry Brews as well as 10% off at BeardOctane.com with code BeersBeards10.Support us and get a free trial of Amazon Music by heading over to www.getamazonmusic.com/beersandbeards. Check out our full list of Craft Beer Reviews and Bourbon Reviews on our website.
Join Joe Bond and AJ Applegarth on this week's episode of The Fantasy Six Pack Hour. This week they will be giving their 2022 Fantasy Football AFC North Preview. They are joined by Chris Allen, contributor for the 4for4 Football, Footballguys, and NBC Sports Edge to help cover this topic. Make sure you give those 5-star ratings/likes and visit https://fantasysixpack.net for all your Fantasy Football needs. Also don't miss out on the new Fantasy Six Pack Membership plans to dominate your Fantasy Football season. Use promocode F6PEARLY to save 25%. Be sure you follow them all on Twitter. Joe: https://twitter.com/f6p_joe A.J.: https://twitter.com/AppleGarthAlgar Mike: https://twitter.com/BeLike_Miike Chris: https://twitter.com/ChrisAllenFFWX --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fantasy-six-pack-hour/support
Two (2) stouts and an IPA in the 132nd rendition of FFaAE! Mike and Dave talk the usual "what we've watched," sports and of course the "ANYTHING ELSE" portion of the pod! Dave actually goes 2 for 3 in the now famous "how close are you paying attention Dave?" segment. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/david-dawson7/support
This week we're crackin' open Afterglow IPA from Foundation Brewing located in Portland, ME. Tune in to learn more about this pineapple infused IPA...and also Mike's interest in a California Raisins prequel entitled "California Grapes." Available wherever you get your favorite podcasts. Cheers!
Jessie Rose isn't burper. There you go. That's your breaking news for the week. What Jessie is though, is co-owner and head brewer for 3 Trails Brewing in Independence, Mo. Nigel and Nick are close to rounding out their tour of Eastern Jackson County, Mo breweries and sit down with Jessie to talk about his road from Kansas City to Michigan and back again to help open this brewery and tap room located in President Harry S. Truman's old stomping grounds. Mystery beers consumed: Trains & Gains, Grains & Taps; State Wide Hazy Pale Ale, 4 Hands Brewing Co.; Bicycle Daze, 3 Trails Brewing Co.; and Alohops tropical milkshake IPA, Pathlight Brewing.
This week Jonny's won a big award, Brad's bought a van and gone camping and we go through an absolutely amazing comments left on this week's video about the definition of IPA.Watch this week's video: https://youtu.be/vQFbYOuHKdoBrought to you by the team behind the Craft Beer Channel, The Bubble takes an irreverent look at beer from the outside, inviting new people to give us their perspective on the world we're all obsessed with. You're listening to the bubble, the podcast turning beer inside out.SUPPORT US!Pledge on Patreon and get some cool merch & videos: https://www.patreon.com/craftbeerchannelCheck out our awesome sponsor The Malt Miller: https://www.themaltmiller.co.uk/Twitter – @beerchannelFacebook – http://www.facebook.com/thecraftbeerchannelInstagram – @craftbeerchannelRemember to drink responsibly(ish) and not be that guy...Support the show
English words can be really confusing sometimes. In these how-to-pronounce episodes published on Fridays, I'll help you with the pronunciation of confusing words and common names. This week we're going to talk about the word ‘equality'. Here's a loose transcription of the word as explained in the episode: Equality: i-kwaa-luh-tee [IPA: ɪˈkwɑləti] or i-kwaa-luh-dee [ɪˈkwɑləɾi] or uh-kwaa-luh-dee [IPA: əˈkwɑləɾi] Equal: ee-kw'l [IPA: ˈiːkwəl] Watch the video version here: https://hadarshemesh.com/magazine/equality/ If you want to improve your accent and understand spoken English better, download my free American Accent audio crash course: https://hadarshemesh.com/audio-accent-course/ You can also download an interactive list of 50 of the most mispronounced words in English and master the pronunciation of those tricky words: https://hadarshemesh.com/50-most-mispronounced-words/ Join our Facebook community to connect with non-native English learners from all over the world: https://hadarshemesh.com/influency-community/
For over a year now, one of our favorite new breweries (to us) has been Drekker Brewing Company. Located in Fargo North Dakota, they have been around since 2014. We have tried a wide range of their IPA's, DIPA's, and sours and most of them have been delicious. Certainly we like some more than others but we have never been disappointed. Their sour offerings come in a variety of styles including slush, pastry, and fruited and they are always coming up with something new that challenges what we know about sour beers. Suffice it to say, whenever we see them at our local bottle shop we know we have some delicious decisions to make. One of Andrew's most recent selections is what we will be sharing with you on this episode. We will be trying the Drekker Brewing Slang Du Jour Carrot Cake Sour Ale. At first thought one might wonder how carrot cake can and will translate into beer form, but if anyone can make it happen we know it is Drekker. What did we think? What do you think? Let us know in the comments below or join us live on Thursday nights to give us your feedback while we are live streaming on Twitch. If you have any ideas for future episodes of "Give It A Shot" or just have a question, you can always send us an email to AboutBeverages@gmail.com.
Beers of Summer continues with low alcohol beers with only 3.5% ABV: We want to help you enjoy your summer with out getting wasted. With 3.5% ABV beers, you get more flavor and fun. The last episode, the non-alcoholic beers left us a little flat. This time we don't miss the booze and just really enjoy the flavors and styles. The beer world just keeps expanding and brewers are pushing themselves in new and exciting ways.
Athletic Brewing Non-Alcoholic Run Wild IPA, Sports, News and Chaos!Welcome to the show! Allen and Rapid Dave try the award winning Non-Alcoholic Brew by Athletic Brewing Co, Run Wild IPA while chatting about the world of sports (NFL, NHL and MLB), News and More!!! From their site "Run Wild is the ultimate sessionable IPA for craft beer lovers. Brewed with a blend of five Northwest hops, it has an approachable bitterness to balance the specialty malt body. Always refreshing and only 70 calories." Stats: 0.4% ABV and 35 IBU.Thank you so much for all the love and support!Support the Stream Beer Fund- Venmo: @strikeoutbeer- CashApp: $strikeoutbeerMerch Store is now updated and open!!! https://teespring.com/stores/my-store-10220299#beer #sports #podcastConnect with Strikeout Beer:Web: http://www.strikeoutbeer.comPatreon: https://www.patreon.com/strikeoutbeerInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/strikeoutbeer/Twitter: https://twitter.com/strikeoutbeerTumblr: https://strikeoutbeerpodcast.tumblr.com/Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/strikeoutbeerTikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@strikeoutbeerpodcast--------------------------------------------------------------------------------#strikeoutbeer #twitch #beerpodcast #stream #livestream #watch #listen #like #follow #share #subscribe #craftbeer #supportsmallbusinesses #supportsmallstreams #supportsmallstreamers #fyp #watch #live #nonalcoholic #ipa #athleticbrewing #cheers #clean
Have you ever pondered the letter P, or maybe reflected on the letter R? As in, thought about their structures, their shapes, and how they came to be. I, to be honest, had not. I have never given these letters—or any other letters—much thought. But that's what we're up to today. In this episode, we're looking across the world's hundred plus scripts and asking some basic questions: How are they alike? How do they differ? And why do they have the shapes that they do? My guests are Dr. Yoolim Kim and Dr. Olivier Morin. Yoolim is a Psycholinguist at the Korea Institute at Harvard University, and Olivier is director of the Minds and Traditions research group (aka ‘The Mint') at the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History in Jena, Germany. Olivier and Yoolim, along with other colleagues, have recently launched a new online game called Glyph. You can play right now. It asks players to help describe, break down, and classify the characters of dozens of writing systems around the world. Here, we talk about Glyph and what Yoolim and Olivier hope to learn from it. We do a bit of ‘Writing Systems 101' and shine a spotlight on two scripts with fascinating origin stories: Hangul, the Korean script which was devised in the 15th century and Vai, a script invented in Liberia in the 19th century. We also talk about how universal cognitive factors shape writing systems and about whether the writing system you use shapes how you think. Finally, we discuss the earliest writing systems and what they were used for; the myth that the alphabet is the most advanced type of writing system; and the understudied—but not uncommon!—phenomenon of “biscriptalism.” If you enjoy this episode, be sure to check out Glyph. It sounds super fun and engrossing—and I'll definitely be playing it myself! On to my conversation with Dr. Yoolim Kim and Dr. Olivier Morin. Enjoy! A transcript of this episode will be available soon! Notes and links 2:30 – You can sign up to play Glyph and watch a video about the game here. 6:30 – The International Phonetic Alphabet or IPA. 10:00 – In addition to writing, Dr. Morin's group at the MPI has also studied coin designs and other aspects of visual culture. 16:30 – A paper by Dr. Morin and colleagues about writing as one of many kinds of “graphic codes.” 18:40 – An explanation of the international laundry symbols. 19:50 – A video about how Egyptian hieroglyphs were decoded. A website where you can see your name written in Egyptian hieroglyphs. 24:50 – An article laying out five major types of writing system, distinguished by the linguistic unit they encode. 27:40 – More information about Hangul and Vai. 33:00 – A pioneering early paper by Mark Changizi and colleagues about the origins of letter shapes. 34:00 – A research paper by Dr. Morin about how cognitive biases for cardinal shapes and vertical symmetry shape letter forms. 37:30 – A cuneiform tablet, which shows how the script has a distinctive three-dimensional “wedge-shaped” quality. 41:30 – A research paper by Dr. Morin and colleagues on how the Vai script seems to have gotten simpler over its short history. A general audience treatment of the same study by co-author Piers Kelly. 42:00 – A research paper by Dr. Helena Miton and Dr. Morin about what determines the complexity of written letters. 45:00 – The Ogham script, which may have needed to grow more complex over time rather than simplify. 46:00 – An article on the origins of writing in different parts of the world. An article on the rebus principle. 48:30 – Our earlier essay on footprints, which discusses the idea that bird tracks inspired the Chinese writing system. 50:00 – A paper in which Dr. Morin and colleagues discuss the role of early writing in “recitation practices”. 52:00 – The idea that literacy profoundly affects cognition was famously articulated by Jack Goody in The Domestication of the Savage Mind. A paper by Stanislas Dehaene and a colleague about the “Visual Word Form Area” and how it becomes rapidly specialized for reading. 55:00 – Korean readers are often “biscriptal” in that they are familiar with both Hangul and Hanja. 57:30 – A paper by Dr. Kim and colleagues on whether Hanja shapes the mental lexicon of Korean speakers. 59:00 – A research paper examining some of the effects of biscriptalism. 1:03 – A paper by Isabelle Dautriche and colleagues about how word forms are clustered in the lexicon. Dr. Kim recommends: In the Land of Invented Languages, by Arika Okrent Highly Irregular, by Arika Okrent Frindle, by Andrew Clements Dr. Morin recommends: The Greatest Invention, by Silvia Ferrara Stories of Your Life, by Ted Chiang Codes of the Underworld, by Diego Gambetta You can read more about Dr. Morin's lab on the Mint website and follow him on Twitter. You can read more about Dr. Kim's research here. 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Please help us welcome Jenn and Miles Andrews to Date Night! They showed up with cans of Middle James Brewing's Hops on One Leg IPA, which was a great start, but more on that later... Jenn and Miles came HIGHLY recommended as guests. We polled our social media and got several requests to have them on. This was followed by Jenn introducing herself to Jake at a Panthers game and passing along some swag for her foundation. Once we heard her story, we had to have them on. Some back story: Jenn was getting a pedicure in 2013 when she was pregnant with her first child. During that pedicure, the nail tech discovered a pea-sized nodule on top of her right foot. The nodule eventually grew to a golf ball size mass. After several years of ups, downs and seeking multiple opinions, amputation was the only option to give her the best chance at a cancer-free life. On March 7, 2018, Jenn did a Facebook live video requesting friends and family to move for her and those who physically can't on her surgery date. This request unknowingly became a movement. On March 12, 2018, Jenn became cancer free, and the social media world flooded with #moveforjenn and #movebecauseyoucan posts globally. People all over the world were sharing posts with all forms of exercise in honor of Jenn and her request. This movement led her to realize that being an amputee, and someone who wanted to remain active, would be difficult without ample means of funding. The Move for Jenn Foundation was born from this moment. Fundraisers, 5Ks and IPA collaborations followed. Jenn and Miles now tell their story from a much larger - and growing - platform everyday. We were lucky to have them on the pod. Learn more about the foundation at moveforjenn.org and follow Jenn at @moveforjenn and @_jennandrews. Miles is no slouch at social media himself; he can be found on Instagram and TikTok at @j.miles.a. Thanks for listening! For past episodes visit jakeandpage.com.
"I've known Nate Schweber going on 20 years now, we've been colleagues, friends, and even co-authors. I can say without a doubt that he is one of the hardest working reporters I've ever met, he has a keen eye for detail, enjoys a good drink, and knows how to rock with the best of them. He's a raconteur, with endless curiosity and compassion, and great passion. My life is better because I know him. His chords are familiar to listeners of this show as it has opened up every episode since we started, and was even part of the old After Two Beers show I did for All About Beer. We've been to breweries and crime scenes together, we've had adventures and even wrote a book together – Indiana Breweries – which was released in 2011 and has since gone on to sell tens of copies. He lives in Brooklyn these days, but he grew up in Missoula, Montana and has always had a passion for outdoor reporting. A previous book, Fly Fishing Yellowstone is a must for any angler looking for the story of trout in the historic park, not just the fish but tales of the streams and its history. His latest book tells a remarkable story about conservation, activism, and journalism, with belts of sold drinking thrown in here and again. It's called This America of Ours: Bernard and Avis DeVoto and the Forgotten Fight to Save the Wild. It will be published on July 5, 2022 and I can't say this enough: pre-order a copy now. It tells the story of a husband and wife team that took on special interests and politicians like Joe McCarthy and worked to protect land that should have been protected, and along the way, they strike up a friendship with a woman who would alter the course of cooking in America. It's suspenseful, meticulously researched, frightening with bits of levity, and historically important with mirrors to today. It is one of the most engaging books I've read in a long time, and I'm not just saying all of this because he showed up at my house with a bottle of gin. But, of course, that's where we start."-John HollThis Episode is sponsored by:Cigar City Brewing Co.Jai Low IPA. Vibrant aromas of nectarine, orange zest, and lime leaf greet the nose, melding seamlessly with peach-like esters and a light, bready malt aroma. Citrus flavors of clementine and tangerine dance on the palate with a snappy bitterness, with bread crust-like malt, and sparkling carbonation providing balance to this moderate-bodied IPA. Lear more at CigarCityBrewing.com Stomp StickersStomp is a proud member of the brewers association that produces a wide variety of printed brewery products such as beer labels, keg collars, coasters, beer boxes and much more. Stomp's website features an easy-to-use design tool, low quantity orders, fast turn times, and free domestic shipping. Visit StompStickers.com and use code BEEREDGE15 for 15% off your first order. 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 Guest: Nate Schweber Sponsors: Cigar City Brewing, Stomp Stickers, The Craft Brewery Cookbook, All About Beer and The Beer Edge Tags: Beer, Gin, Politics, National Parks, Conservation, History, Travel
Track & Field legend, Derek Rubis, joins the show to give his hot takes on who will come out on top at the US Track & Field Outdoor Championships this weekend. We also talk about his favorite pro teams and college teams, who he would pick to be on his dream team professional running group, up and coming high schoolers most likely to succeed at the pro level, his battle with colon cancer, being coached by someone new every week, his tattoos, and a whole lot more. Sign up for the IPA 10k/5k + Brewfest + Beer Mile (use code BEERMILE): https://run4beerchicago.com Brought to you by MANSCAPED: Use code BEERMILE for 20% Off + Free Shipping at MANSCAPED.COM Use code BEERMILE for 20% Off sunglasses at KnockAround.com Use code CROBERTSON20 for 20% Off at Athletic Brewing Beer: https://athletic-brewing-co.sjv.io/gbGWzA Help us grow the show: Sauce us a 5-star rating on Apple Podcasts and Spotify Join our Patreon for exclusive, uncut and uncensored content + big giveaways: https://www.patreon.com/beermile Subscribe to Beer Mile Media on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/beermilemedia Social Follow Beer Mile Media on Instagram Follow Beer Mile Media on Facebook Follow Beer Mile Media on Twitter Follow Beer Mile Media on TikTok Join the Beer Mile Strava Club --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/beer-mile-media/support
The Cognitive Crucible is a forum that presents different perspectives and emerging thought leadership related to the information environment. The opinions expressed by guests are their own, and do not necessarily reflect the views of or endorsement by the Information Professionals Association. During this episode, Dr. Heather Gregg of the US Army War College explores how collective identity building and myths--stories designed to tell a group of people who they are, where they came from and how they should behave--shape violent conflict. Heather contrasts the way identity is used by insurgencies and counterinsurgency efforts and sketches lessons learned from recent operations against Al Qaeda and ISIS in Iraq, as well as the role that identity is playing in the Ukrainian war. Our wide-ranging conversation also covers implications of horizontal and vertical cultural transmission of information, myths as a form of storytelling, and mixing up myth and history. Resources: Cognitive Crucible Podcast Episodes Mentioned #89 Ajit Mann and Paul Cobaugh on Narrative Dr. Heather Gregg's Personal Website Identity wars: collective identity building in insurgency and counterinsurgency by Heather S. Gregg Lies My Teacher Told Me: Everything Your American History Textbook Got Wrong by James W. Loewen Building the Nation: Missed Opportunities in Iraq and Afghanistan Hardcover by Heather Gregg The Path to Salvation: From the Crusades to Jihad by Heather Gregg The Power of Myth by Joseph Campbell and Bill Moyers A Short History of Myth Paperback by Karen Armstrong Scott Atran, "Address to UN Security Council on Youth and Extremism." (2015) Vamik Volker, "The Need to Have Enemies and Allies," Political Psychology 6, no. 2 (1985): 219-247 Link to full show notes and resources https://information-professionals.org/episode/cognitive-crucible-episode-101 Guest Bio: Dr. Gregg's opinions are her own & do not represent the opinions of the US Army War College or the Department of Defense Heather S. Gregg is a professor at the U.S. Army War College's Strategic Studies Institute (SSI). From 2006-2019, she was an associate professor at the Naval Postgraduate School's Department of Defense Analysis, where she worked primarily with Special Operations Forces. Prior to joining NPS, she was an associate political scientist at the RAND Corporation. In addition to her academic experience, she has spent time in several regions of conflict including Palestine/West Bank and the former Yugoslavia. Dr. Gregg earned her Ph.D. in Political Science in 2003 from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Her dissertation work was on historic and contemporary causes of religiously motivated violence. Dr. Gregg also holds a Master's degree from Harvard Divinity School, where she studied Islam, and a B.A. in Cultural Anthropology from the University of California, Santa Cruz. Dr. Gregg is the author of The Path to Salvation: Religious Violence from the Crusades to Jihad (Potomac, 2014) and Building the Nation: Missed Opportunities in Iraq & Afghanistan (University of Nebraska Press, 2018). She also has published articles and book chapters on Al Qaeda, including “Fighting the Jihad of the Pen: Countering Al Qaeda's Ideology” (Terrorism and Political Violence, 2010) and “Crafting a Better Grand Strategy to Fight the Global War on Terror: Lessons from the Early Years of the Cold War” (Foreign Policy Analysis, 2010), in addition to co-editing and contributing to The Three Circles of War: Understanding the Dynamics of Modern War in Iraq (Potomac, 2010). About: The Information Professionals Association (IPA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to exploring the role of information activities, such as influence and cognitive security, within the national security sector and helping to bridge the divide between operations and research. Its goal is to increase interdisciplinary collaboration between scholars and practitioners and policymakers with an interest in this domain. For more information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Or, connect directly with The Cognitive Crucible podcast host, John Bicknell, on LinkedIn. Disclosure: As an Amazon Associate, 1) IPA earns from qualifying purchases, 2) IPA gets commissions for purchases made through links in this post.
Bill Shufelt is co-founder and CEO of Athletic Brewing. The first US-based beverage company focused on brewing high-quality, great-tasting non-alcoholic craft beer. Named by Time Magazine as one of the top 100 most influential companies, Athletic Brewing was born from a dissatisfaction with the metallic tasting, watered-down non-alcoholic options on the market. Athletic Brewing is a haven for the ever-growing sober curious trend we see, especially amongst those who hold active lifestyles and feel good as a priority in life. With limited edition brews like Sunset Stoke, Idaho 7 Cashmere, Soul Sour, and Nature Nut, it is clear that the creative juices are flowing, and to my best guess, the stream of well-being is behind it all. Bill and his crew at Athletic Brewing are on a mission to positively impact their customer's health, fitness, and happiness while impacting their communities and environment for the better. As someone who loves a tasty IPA but not so much the numb cheeks, and dull mind that goes along with it, I knew when I took my first sip last year at IM 70.3 St. George that I had to find out who was behind this brew and that we had to invite them onto the podcast. We hope you enjoy this episode. Bill's story is incredibly inspiring for those craving something more meaningful in life! In this episode, we discuss. - hops, malt, and the moment - the first beer feels good, not the 8th beer - leaving a job that no one had ever left before - left alcohol to fuel an endurance lifestyle - penalty box existence - delusional optimism and confidence - overcoming major walls and obstacle - what it takes to be grassroots in the marketing and branding - reflecting on the grind fondly - 1000 true fans - importance of giving back & employee ownership - Journey to 100 film - daily meditation practice - goal setting and gratitude - Two for the Trails program - "community first" mentality - Athletic Brewing Ambassador Team Namaste- Jess
In an episode for the ages, Gabe Peterson, Kevin Goldberg, and Jeff Garmire each make their third appearance in the JFM Pod studio to spend some quality time with Doc and talk about their most recent adventure. During the episode, we get to hear about essential gear, how to train for a 250-mile race, match making, the Barkley, hallucinations, sleep deprivation, being creative with your nose bleeds, the value of the calories provided by an IPA, and the importance of having a coherent crew member when the police show up on a dark country road on night 3. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/johnfreakinmuir/support
English words can be really confusing sometimes. In these how-to-pronounce episodes published on Fridays, I'll help you with the pronunciation of confusing words and common names. This week we're going to talk about the word ‘acknowledge'. Here's a loose transcription of the words as explained in the episode: Know: now [IPA: noʊ] Knowledge: naa-l'dj [IPA: ˈnɑːlədʒ] Acknowledge: uhk-naa-l'dj [IPA: əkˈnɑːlədʒ] You can watch the video version here: https://hadarshemesh.com/magazine/acknowledge/ If you want to improve your accent and understand spoken English better, download my free American Accent audio crash course: https://hadarshemesh.com/audio-accent-course/ You can also download an interactive list of 50 of the most mispronounced words in English and master the pronunciation of those tricky words: https://hadarshemesh.com/50-most-mispronounced-words/ Join our Facebook community to connect with non-native English learners from all over the world: https://hadarshemesh.com/influency-community/