Farnese, Five Years, Hundred Percent discussed on The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

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Doc about incoming Farnese euro collaboratively wine I really believe from being from the white middle of originally Belgian beers all those grants The wine drinkers we wind sparrow raging I do all my barely spheres were the final list your law a lot of people shirt phrase few well-balanced human war double nuance I think we've been able to do a lot of lubar generals very small portion of your mind overall start leaving eight years we're still kind of in the minority they're trying to win over those drinkers you're talking to win twenty two year olds I'm trying to win over five year olds you know in really bringing them into the bureau's here in the field styles of Spring break I mean Fort Lauderdale the slower city Fort Lauderdale Miami big cities area in was there within thirty minutes okay so we definitely get some of that so this guys win over five years actually Through is pretty good point because it says yeah I've been around what I'm doing talk radio Farrell's leave right in a thirty barrel before that fifteen scour some bigger I knew people opening upper thirties and screaming near especially in south Florida behind him St they're jumping in big houses came on as a partner brewers and life partners and most of these recipes are based off of this series do not propagate doing swans and making h yeah take ends as we try to analyze those things so different the cool we're we're gonNA take a quick break here I'm GonNa make sure that there's what is your holy enter their ruling was used a good brewery should begun to make sure we can listen to this and we'll be back in a second it's over with Kevin all right we'll back I went it decided that we will go outside because a beautiful sunny day and I throw from Florida miserably in my life silence out of the year you just WanNa die when yeah it is pretty warm down give you that humid we all sitting now announce on the Pollyanna Paseo right next to the Einon not used anymore canal and when we were off Mike so you're telling me you actually do fasts I do tell us about that a buddy of mine actually buddy in the beer industry someone that I work together with a year go and actually works in a place called West Palm Brewing Club in West Palm Beach Florida we do podcast called the myth podcast it's a professional wrestling and we've been doing it for like four years it might be longer it might be okay I grew up as a big wrestling fan and my buddy Mike who is my best friend in the world got me back into it some years back and as a kind of thing just to get together and talk shop and just hang out once a week most of the time over skype ach actually lived in Philadelphia portion of that tyler okay it's just an excuse for us to Russian wrestling talk for an hour and and have some fun so I've done a little bit of podcast right all you'll be able to rate my podcasts incapability several driving nine enjoyed I've enjoyed them so far are they all right so bank to barrel him on Oh I think lost we were told me new saying that we were talking about you know how you can sell that beer down in Florida and apparently you're doing quite well you have Arava pitches I see a delight taproom chandeliers CIT behind that I don't know the bill that'd be okay well for those of us who don't know Boca Raton Innova a little bit of a posh area affluence there and we really wanted to be has put spot that would fit into the community and we have kind of like I want to say someone like a wine bar vibe to it Dr Woods Marble Chandeliers ears we wanted to and also that we have deers that our corporate cage we have vintage bottle lists where are the three to five years ears are a little more expensive we all use all European malthouse Belgian Ales for everything so we wanted to put ourselves in an environment that kind of bit the kind of beers that we were servings and we do a lot of pairings beer dinners so and also it worked with the Bible I'm one of the partners obviously but my other three partners the kind of place that they want to go wondering so I think it's a mixture of the area the style of beer and I also say in some really important for a jury to take on the personality of its owners okay I want to go into a burry know who those people are I think very often even unconsciously we do that we walk into a place I noticed guys you know this is a very industrial place a no nonsense do that wants to get down to brass tacks I feel that brewery we've got a little bit the vibe we have is very much the representation of who we are and who are what are beers and you'll partners you said I mean you're in my mind a young guy he's a couple of your partners were deal mall rising so we'll say the older crowd and I say that being one of them percival listening right now we're going to be cringing a little bit we run the gamut and age to certain degree that right we may all be tenure apart from each other I'm not exactly sure but yeah I mean my my three partners in the BEREA established people the two of them are radiologist by trade they still are practicing radiology just every single day they don't glow but I've never looked at them under certain kinds of light so I'm not sure so yeah this was definitely a passion project to build barrel amongst this was a group of guys loved Belgian beer one of the make Belgian deer and eventually wanted to open a Belgian brewery and I was just a friend they met later on that happened to be a brewer and it all kind of worked out and they aren't just my partner exerts some of my best friends there's a good deal so you said you came from Punky Buddha which is quite a big flurry down there yeah I mean they had some of the bees but they're not somebody who sticks out fine however somebody I haven't heard Oh when you left cokie Buddha to see how to be following and now you're going to change over to something different I think I'm right in saying Yeah Funky was definitely or is I shouldn't say what it when I was there a lot of a lot of coronary ingredients blueberry cobbler peanut butter and Jelly Time Maple Bacon quarter by the late when I was a part of that I was very proud to make those beers in our philosophy when I was there was going to say it tastes like this get bloody well better in Maple Bacon copy I'd better taste Maple Bacon and copy and I think that their philosophies over all these years has really risen to that challenge we're much more flavor and we're making the classic styles making for centuries you want maybe a little it sounds but we want to know more nuance they don't do not that anyone making those kinds of beers what they actually do they do that we're making these facets we do share in chocolate and a beer I want to be a whisker I wanted to be part of the conversation not the whole nations and I have to check myself on a regular basis because I still have a little bit it's heavy handed nature but my partner bill it's very light-handed and we balance each other out and when I worked with Belgian breweries and we have the Pan and having the Walk throughs and when they talk about adding biscuits or they're using adding a what we would do they don't even want you didn't take it they wanted to be thought in your mind they want it to be something that is so nuance really think about it and I have a deep appreciation for that violence well I think it's a really interesting way to brew beer and its grounding acid those command oversees less is more and I think having tasty some of Your Business and we're GONNA do that auto show just to Kinda give people an idea you have very very interesting flavors some through offers two or three cents so it's not just you know one you know what you're talking about you gotta take two or three and then you know you like that one of the talking earlier on I picked you up from midway apples which was great because it gave me an opportunity to find out a little bit more about background pharrell amongst about one of your great is is one of my talk is bothered Christmas yet which is the tradition national English is that what they call him bill I believe bother Christmas came about because all the other Christmas fear names have been taken all right all right it is about and it is extremely footing Kristie you see all those types of raising crummy waivers but each one is coming through and every time he takes his sit there you know something different going on so how do you achieve that level of flavor differs one of the things I always say your class or anything there are Germany Houston employers favor hundred percent all neutral but you can neutral Belgium so we unaffiliated Belgian ale you get females esters out of it we can do a lot of different things so the bills and alias we use combined with the candy shiver that we use combined with spike that we use combined with the most that we use a lot of things out of your life and I think the real test I and I say about that about Christmas I appreciate it is that really worked on that recipe have those nuances to not have the ginger spice overwhelming Dev's star in it but the have enough starring interesting but not overpowering the candy sugars dare and L. Balance With the others flavors nuance is very under three she didn't rulings I think we do have a tendency to be heavy handed by sure and that is that we go back to every year and by the way also coming up in our fifth year anniversary right several times it's still an evolving and every year we're tasting beer going a little bit too much this a little bit less fat that's easy what if every day years so it's always evolving thing and we're trying to get that nuance and complexity because you wrote talk about what do you think would he would he would tell her I'm battle business I know the players so that was one that you provided to us and said that charity overseas.

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