18 Burst results for "Cezanne"

"cezanne" Discussed on CincyBrewcast

CincyBrewcast

05:34 min | 2 months ago

"cezanne" Discussed on CincyBrewcast

"So days breaks in your house. I can't remember can't remember what the name that is You see it if you see it at a story seriously grab grab some off the shelf because man. That stuff is so amazon. Right up your alley. Is it hard when there are so many breeze around you cranking out some really great stuff. Is it hard to try to kind of stay creative and do things. That aren't the same thing that somebody else is doing or does it just do you just kind of ignore it. It's actually an strawberry bonds a great example of it. There's strong winds already. Yeah yeah it's it's extremely difficult. Especially like i think it's a little bit easier here. Sure because we're not distributing were solely in house. Were not i mean we have crawlers and and everything but we're not distributing out so it's like if you wanna come try my strawberry blonde coming to firehouse. You're not gonna get it at like bc bottle lodger a lucky turtle or anything so when it is different. But that's what's so yeah you can. You can make the same kind of quote unquote style as anybody else. It's not going to be the same. Beer is of course obviously not. There are some places. Try very hard. Yeah i never. I've never made a recipe. Where i'm like like. I want to take this recipe and like i know match. We like puts their espy's on. Yeah on their website. And i'd never ever like i'll look at it and be like okay like that looks similar to mind but i'm not gonna copy someone's be i would never ever do that. I couldn't. it's not not in my not my it takes away some of that creative drive which i guess there are people that are in this for different reasons and i'm sure that there are people around that. Don't give two shits about the creativity. That's coming out of their brewery. They crank out whatever's most popular. And yeah i wanted to be like like put my name on it like this is my recipe. What are you most proud of. So far here i'll give you one. Guess is the season of course what is it about. Cezanne is a style that you love so much. I think it's the banana cloudiness of it like i. I worked very hard on that recipe..

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How COVID-19 Decreases Weather Forecast Accuracy

60-Second Science

02:20 min | 1 year ago

How COVID-19 Decreases Weather Forecast Accuracy

"Are Two things that you probably didn't think were connected the Kobe, nineteen pandemic and weather forecasts, but there is a link. Commercial air travel as jetliners carry passengers around the world, they also collect vital weather measurements like air, temperature and wind speed during the pandemic. Air travel has come almost to a halt fabulous. Let's say we have one hundred percent and in March we go down by off the April go. On a half so currently possibly we just have one quarter of cloth learning, so you can imagine the gap off Observations Ying Chen I'm meteorologist at the University of Lancaster in England. To create weather forecasts meteorologist need to feed accurate information about current weather. Conditions into their models and planes are one of the best ways to get such info. Since they sample the atmosphere at different altitudes and locations, but with the coronavirus grounding flights around the world, meteorologists are feeling the loss I I don't nights three months of spring, which March April and May and I see temperature wind speed in the forecast accuracy off goes down forecast quality decline the most for long-range projections and over remote areas where planes are one of the few sources of data in Greenland. For example, the accuracy of temperature forecasts has decreased by as much as three point five degrees Fahrenheit. Areas with heavy air traffic like the US and China were also affected because fewer flights means less data. You're out better. Thanks to its dense network of ground based weather stations. The results are in the journal Geophysical Research Letters. subpar forecasts may sound like little more than a headache after all whether is notoriously unpredictable, but Chen says it could be a big problem for many industries like utilities which have to estimate household heating and cooling needs in order to meet electricity demand farmers also rely heavily on forecast to decide when to plant and harvest crops and Chen says lower quality forecasts could make it harder to provide early warning for extreme weather events. Now we are going to summer, so we have highly season or MC Soom Cezanne's. If so we can only hope that while Kobe keeps the skies quiet. The weather stays quiet to.

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"cezanne" Discussed on The Dave Chang Show

The Dave Chang Show

11:19 min | 2 years ago

"cezanne" Discussed on The Dave Chang Show

"It's like yeah it's like a three jobs celente sauce or not supposed to whatever yeah not supposed to taste them basin ban. You're not supposed to really hear the Bass but you did. It and that's what I'm trying to tell you. It's like when you said you can't tell people tell people you don't want to tell them but I mean like Gosh what I tell you that dish for me. That's a lifetime's work to get that fucking dish because it's a nerve balance of like tricking the brain to think the smoke in the fucking sweetness and the city and the bitterness. It's a perfect perfect fucking bite of food it really is here's a reason why people love it. It's because it's as close to a ten of addition could possibly have and that dish symbolizes anger to me better than anything else. Tell you Golgotha those. That's that's some let Safeway ridichio really no. It's all you never know now Josh Andy Kaufman. You don't know what's real it. Was that another it is we gotta the vegetables the they were all delicious and I told you Hannah the woods like Bros.. Too Hard. Why are you making it that hard? I could tell these days to make just takes. It's like eight hours. You put on the grill for like six hours slowly. It's like it's like a sauce on it SA- Buffalo Sauce Buffalo Mushroom. What's so easy to make your buffalo's <hes> no I tried to oversimplify because I always feel like a dickhead trying to explain why everything special yeah but you're the only kid actually because you think that no my whatever that wasn't so the point is is that it's tough? It's it's good butter. It's our hot sauce angler hot sauce and angler sauce and that's different from Cezanne Sauce. The angler sauce is a more economical version cezanne sauce says says on sauce was like little little sixteen ounce bottle of Cezanne Sauce was like Sixty Bucks and what would you say anger sauce tastes like <hes> CICA sauces like <hes> if you could cross he could cross sake share dot with white soy but less salinity you know so it's basically a smoky white soy sauce on to mommy water. Yes Love Yeah the beats would you think about that. I was a was delicious but you've been around that beat for forever the beat for empty easy version. This is easy versus easy. Can you give the history of the heart version yeah that has been copied copied everywhere so this this is <hes> I nicknamed bit fire in the sky is fucking around it wasn't the real name is a stupid name but the point is I just labeled at that first time I made it in. I don't know what ten years ago and <hes> at that time we were cooking the all different types of our we're trying to experiment all types of vegetables all different types of cooked over the fire and so we are still figuring out in our zones of the fireplace if you look at like if you look at the center of the fire the flames James in the wood as the you know the nucleus of it all then as you go out there's all those zones inside that hearth capture flavor in heat to some degree and so at that point we're utilizing rising all Omer trying to figure out you know put on a hook with this on a string but this above the fire you know and this is all during service and all throughout the day so you wind up capturing like all these different flavors from cooking needs from roasting vegetables and so it takes on his really sweet barbecue flavor and the texture transforms overtime and so <hes> it's basically just the be cooked over the fire for three days nuts. That was the old version but in that old version we would put it on a little rack above fire. We would turn it every hour. It was complicated but now we've got it down to little little easier version so she's only today's you gotta them vers right number one starting with numbers. That's not even to do well. We built so this. I'm using the physical there right so we built the the hearth in the ovens and all the contracts insider one hundred percent custom for each of those techniques and for each of those zones in the fireplace and so you know they're designed to burn ambers down in the right way the different ones for different types of wood. This is your life's work it yet numbers it. It's fire yeah. The life's work is just fireplace so so here's where I'm basically and the funny thing is is you're sort of at a ceiling like almost everything on the raw bar to the salad section very reasonable price right. I think as any California restaurant that gets market-driven food the interesting interesting part here's where I feel that it's criminally underpriced now but you're at a this is what you're Fox. If this was say zone or remission star restaurant you wouldn't know but it would be a component to dish and you could sort offset the cost of vegetable throughout a variety of fucking plates here just turn this into three surplus what shows turn this into a three surplus and we charge the right plash these dishes your vegetable dishes to me are are better than the meats and fish that you produce delicious they are because they're all world-class dishes. Even if you are taking shortcuts trees though right I mean the vegetables like you get to put in the work and transformed fifteen bucks the beat. That's now forty-eight hours. Not Seventy. Two hours of prep is fifteen dollars. The true cost of that is probably thirty. Something Bucks at least probably more or less and you can't charge that this price now. It's not possible Reisen aw possible. We'll people are not willing to pay. I mean that's the thing is I think that there's a huge gap between what people are willing to pay and because of the maybe lack of understanding of quality. This is where I disagree with you. I think if anyone can charge more and educate you care I could but I don't I that's see that's what I'm saying though I agree in that sense but I don't think that but that's also I don't I wanna be that asshole in one of these dishes can be and I think if you charged thirty bucks for the Beet Salad people would want to know why more expensive than everything else and over time think anybody would actually order thirty thirty dollar beat would inside the walls of the three star restaurants. Here's what happens if you don't do it in this is this is very few people I would recommend this to it's as delicious. It's going to be one of the most delicious things you're reading your life life. It really is in my opinion. It also has amber tomatoes on top yes but it's delicious and it's not really going to disappoint you in my opinion it can't it's like one of those bulletproof dish. If you hate this dish rush you can hate it. I'm not saying you couldn't but the fact is it's. It's something that is the legacy of what your entire culinary careers in this sort of gap defied version people would learn about this. I think if anything's going to be uh more expensive than the raw and salad and the other vegetables that should be it and if you don't sell it guess what it's a pain in the ass to make anyway. Let's take it off. Don't take it off. Just no no if you don't sell it but people will Wyatt. Here's another philosopher. I have eighty six it won. I mean the the real. The real cost of it is expensive right. I mean that's that's the thing is like you take a loss on a vegetable like that because it adds pleasure here too the overall experience and so why eighty six. Why don't you just make eight yeah? y'All try. I loving inch. We have to anyway because we were limited. What's in our tanks right? eighty-six stuff is the best we shouldn't shouldn't have a restaurant changes throughout the day. Why should you have the same shit I'm sorry Cava ten o'clock reservation but like we just things are alive and die and move and I think if you have you can only changed the price point? If you believe in I think is one of the few dishes you can certainly change and I'll never forget when the MINETTA tavern even a bistro modern blue put the flaw Burger on shore read and it was like thirty eight bucks and people freaked out but everything was made from scratch. I've had to make a few for feast and fat and now known ever says anything and then the MINETTA tavern guys put the twenty dollar when Leeann Riyadh where the chefs there it was like a Black Label Burger people freaked out. We did it with the fried chicken with years ago. It was like one hundred dollar fried chicken for two people freaked out. If there's one dish you can justify causing people to freak out over a price. It's that not everything can be. You can't do the artichoke for Thirty Bucks or twenty eight bucks ten but the value is very different making that artichoke is fucking simple compared to the beat yeah that would be my only suggestion and I think simultaneously you're passively educating people. The king crabs also eight hundred eighty eight dollars. This is also true yeah so that's but we'll get into that price second. That's different but that's all this is just me so if if you're listening and you haven't fucking shit off yet this is how josh and I would be talking about shit. Maybe like dude sell this ship for more. Now we get to the potato very famous. Potato takes seventy two two hours to make well twenty four seventy two hours just storing it in the bag though it's not actually you know you're not in the Labor. Involved counts doesn't yeah because then you have to put it in and take it out. I'll take it. I'm sure if it's at a nine or ten that you want. It's going to be one of the best potatoes over here my life but do you think that anyone price point of thirteen bucks and I think the price point is. What does it a disservice but you're also fuck because you can't tell charge more unless you put caviar and shit on it? I don't know if it's worth doing of course I want to eat it and everyone wants it but as a critic I'd also be like it's really good. Is it something that's as good as the blood be. I don't know is it as good as the Ridichio. The you know what's funny is <hes> first of all when you had it in my opinion. It was a five out of ten right. It was a five out of ten so we which we actually fixed because I thought about that and went back and looked at everything that same night but <hes> so when it is a you know whatever eight out of ten or nine hundred ten should be a lot better but somebody asked me <hes> last month. They're like tell me about all the revelations they had with eating Angler in the dishes they ordered and then they got the potato and they were like it didn't blow.

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"cezanne" Discussed on The Dave Chang Show

The Dave Chang Show

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"cezanne" Discussed on The Dave Chang Show

"He founded Cezanne and San Cisco and start at a restaurant called Angler in San Francisco. He is an enigma too many people and as a chef. I was surprised that he is one of our most listened to podcasts guest. We had him on a a few months ago and I I think it's because he's still a mystery to a lot of people in the culinary world. He's developed his own voice and that's a very difficult thing to do a very unique way of cooking and a very wonderful delicious way of cooking and he just opened up anger in the Beverly Center in Los Angeles as the second outpost of the San Francisco Restaurant esquire named it the twenty eighteen restaurant of the year and he was nominated Angler was nominated for a James Beard finalist for best new restaurant in the country and we're going to try something new here. It's going to have some hits and misses. I'm sure but I want to get to be able to talk to chace that are opening up restaurants and sort of get into their minds year one. It's almost like a <hes> appendix to the pre-opening diaries that we did with major Domo and then with Cowie and maybe take some of those ideas on the road road and talk to my peer group in this business as they continue to open up restaurants and to get insight to some of the best and brightest minds in the business and lean on some of the connections and knowledge I have avenue the culinary world to self assessments with chefs and.

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"cezanne" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"cezanne" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Like that Cezanne does kind of barnyard grassy depending on like how it ferments you made a face. Don't like this one. Well, no, I don't like sours. I don't like anything. That's so I have had Olympic. And I always try this hour's my wife loves our these. These this fear for me has always been just at straight tart cherry. Yeah. There is there is more. Yeah. There's a lot of tartness to it. That's what you got from the spontaneous fermentation. I mean now brewers throw in you know, specially bred and bought types of yeast, and you get exactly the character. You're going for these Belgian brewers back in the day or just like, you know for mentoring. Let's see what happens and blend them together. And this is, you know, the age for a little while they've wanted them together and try to come up with a profile, I guess pleases, the now and Brian Nunes of world, that's why there's a lot of different beers because everybody has different tastes. So is this is this a beer that you would do guys like this style do Drake. This a lot honest. Not my favorite Saudi. I'm not a big fan of of lamb excuse. It just doesn't to me. It's kind of ripping off my teeth. And yeah, I like sexual beers. Patch kids I like, those do you not a fan Cody likes you got to come in. And try one of these land picks. This is this is one of my favorite style. This is for people who drink wine or spirits, or they don't really think they like beer, I think beers us all hops like Belgian brewers ages like Asia, these hops until they had almost nothing, but antibacterial qualities left they create these big funky beers with them. And it's something different. Like they make beer on like anyone else in the world. I'm always loved the Belgian I'm into it you about. All right. So it's the one saving grace for these beers. I think with food they have their place. But this is not just go grab and have on Saturday afternoon. You know, hang out on the student. It's if there's a really good meal. And that's paired. Well, then there's place for that. But for the most part, it's not my go to very nice. All right. What's before we get out of here? What's the one that you brought to compare? So this is what keep doing this? But dovetail makes amazing and for years when they were hoping they had all these barrels of stairs to make their own land style L spontaneously from but it takes years to mature that beer to blend that beer, and they finally came out with it was it last Christmas just twelve twenty four sixteen even have a little card and everything right? To the night before Christmas in two thousand sixteen a rabbit of warm weather swept Chicago woman off to spontaneously from end to beer out of season instead of Belgian X Chicago accent. Now is thinking like, you know, masterpiece theatre. Oh, okay. That's great. She's all Belgians class action suit for insulting their their accent that way. All right. Well, I just want to get to this. I'll do the best pets ducktail let the microbes do their own elephant magic. Two two years of mentoring spears a special gift on Christmas Eve, smooth Woody fruity sour as all your..

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"cezanne" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"cezanne" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"The you're eighteen eighty six was turning point for the family Cezanne, married or tents and in that year Cezanne's father died leaving him the estate purchased in eighteen fifty nine. And he say sorry. Go ahead. Are you saying Hortense like like his wife's name or something? Yes. His wife's the name is or tents. Okay. Because I I had no idea what you're talking about. I'm sorry. Her name is Mary or tents fica. Sorry. They got a little tune to the French. You're saying like stuff about were tents. And I'm like, I don't know if that's a place. I don't know. Yes. Or tents. He married or tents. Okay. So she was a secret from his family from his father saying like his house was was father built this beautiful manner. Culbert? And his dad was not allowed to. No, no, he or tense was his mistress. I then they had a baby. And then he finally married her when he was forty seven. Yeah. In eighteen fifty nine. Yeah. I I don't know if he was like waiting for his dad to die that may have been in gosh. So I don't know. But so by eighteen eighty eight the family was in the former manor, which is the shown wfaa a substantial house and grounds with outbuildings which afforded a newfound comfort Cezanne's idyllic period at shonda temporary. I'm sorry. Okay. Serious art from eighteen ninety until his death. He was beset by troubling events and withdrew further into his path cheese spending long periods as a virtual recluse. His paintings became well known and sought after and he was the object of respect from new generation of paintings, however painters the problems begin with the onset of diabetes in eighteen ninety de stabilizing his personality to the point where relationships with others were again strained. So he got the bad sugar as my grandma, Alexa. And somehow that stabilizes personality, I think there was other things going on but him being sick. I think sent him into further depression, so in eighteen ninety seven his mother died an upsetting event, but one which made reconciliation with his wife possible, he and or tense the human person had an off and on relationship because he was so stormy one would say, I mean in all likelihood he was probably on some drugs to oh. I mean, honestly late nineteenth century, France. Yeah. I think some opium. Yeah. Laudanum? Lithium lithium. Yeah. Blots would were what year you go? Yeah. Drink it down. So he sold his house, and he rented a place where he built a studio. So he could live him. So his relationship with his wife continued to be stormy. He needed a place to be by himself in a nineteen o one. He bought some land along the shame on Delo of in isolated road on some high ground at aches and commissioned a studio to be built there now open to the public. So you can go there now and like walk around his studio, he moved there in one thousand nine three and meanwhile, nice show too. He had drafted a will excluding his wife from his estate and leaving everything to his son. Yup. The relationship was apparently off again, she is said to burn the mentos of his mother. Yeah. So it's bad. Good way to get yourself. Get out you have the whale permanently. You know, she was like, you know, what I'm out of the will. Anyway, so cry mom by never liked your mother. Anyway, one day Cezanne was caught in a storm while painting an field after working for two hours. He decided to go home. But on the way he collapsed. He was taken home by a passing driver and his old housekeeper rubbed his arms and legs to restore the circulation and as a result he regained consciousness on the following day. He intended to continue working but later on he fainted, the model with whom he was working called for help. And he was put to bed, and he never left it. He died a few days later on Tober twenty second nineteen o six of pneumonia and was buried at the Saint Pierre cemetery in his hometown of. And prevents Aix-en-Provence. So let's talk about a style because his life is typical of an artist back and forth with women grumpy paints Magoo good painter. He did some stuff at some point. Which is weird. But..

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"cezanne" Discussed on Part-Time Genius

Part-Time Genius

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"cezanne" Discussed on Part-Time Genius

"And that was true right up until the nineteen fifties when they sort of fell out of favor altogether. And if you cut today, you know, there's kind of a Cezanne revolution. That's been going on about a dozen or so craft breweries started, and they started making it again. And of course, the flip side is that the beer is now viewed as kind of niche and not as approachable as it should be to the average drinker, and I feel like it doesn't help that Cezanne's aren't served usually in these regular pint glasses. I mean, it feels like they usually come in these wide stemmed glasses, right? Like brandy glass or something like that. Yeah. That can definitely be true. The presentation changes and sometimes people. Like to swirl them, but despite the fancy modern reputation Cezanne's actually have these really humbled routes. So they first came on the scene during the eighteenth century when they were brewed by farmers, and willow Neha, which is I guess this French speaking region of southern Belgium, but rather than being brewed for its taste or intoxicating effects. It says on began as a product of necessity more than anything else. And that's really because the water in more rural regions wasn't potable at the time. It contained way too many of these pathogens that made it unfit for drinking. So in order to keep their workers hydrated through those busy summer seasons. Farmers brewing. Cezanne's all right. But but hadn't people have been doing that a long time. Like, that's kind of the origin of beer in general, isn't I mean, you could go all the way back to ancient Egypt. I think it was fuel for the labors there when water was either scarce or contaminates I feel like that's something that's been around for a long time. That's definitely true. And we'll only and farmers definitely weren't the first to have this be. Dependent workforce. The trouble for them was how to keep enough beer on hand to last through the hot summers. And you've got to remember it. This was all prior to refrigeration so getting beard to ferment and not spoil was pretty tricky during the months when he and all this airborne bacteria was at its peak. So Cezanne's were kind of the solution to this problem like they brewed during the cooler autumn and winter months, then stored until summer rolled around, and it's actually from the strong association with the certain time of year that the beer gets its name since Cezanne is actually French for season..

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"cezanne" Discussed on Sips, Suds, & Smokes

Sips, Suds, & Smokes

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"cezanne" Discussed on Sips, Suds, & Smokes

"Yeah, really great beer. And just I'm sorry to stick on this just one second, but the fact that it's got that great bitterness rustiness and just that that is still a prevailing flavor factor in it is refreshing balance. Yeah, that's the key word I was really all over was the balance between the maple syrup and the roasted malted self. I don't think either one was overdone and all your really great really, really will together. We'll charge into our top three for each of us. Let's start off with good boy, Dave. Your top three. Okay. We'll skip you. I will definitely skip you. Deal with Giuliani here buddy. I'm gonna keep show moving along. Just got real favorites. So the first one I would talk about from vantage farm woods brewery in Leesburg. Virginia was the Plum Cezanne. I'm not always a huge fan of Cezanne's, but this one, I think the the Plum balanced out the fruity spiciness of a Sesana yeast very well. It's very subtle beer. Easy during. That's why like it. I would give the as on, oh, I don't know. I'll say three. Next, I'll do the image drew get through life writing like this. Dr. Yeah, the the Rosie imprest from crooked run brewing and sterling Regina is a kettle soured IP with Bradbury's.

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"cezanne" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"cezanne" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

"You gotta play the game. So like even socially, you know where, let's say, you know a person in been in the situation before not even necessarily in it. I'm not saying that I'm not saying that either, but I'm saying, plausible deniability. Charles, but you know, you know of somebody who they're, they're like a complete like faker liar. And you know the the, I don't know, and just saints social scenario where you know they have a nice car, but then they, oh, like ten people like tens of thousands of dollars because how they screwed them over in something like their friends and all this stuff. Right. Meanwhile, there's a small group of people who know all about that stuff. I mean, we see the, you know, we'll see or you'll see this person as this huge faker going around town is this huge faker, but everyone else who's not in it, sees them as this great person who's like, you know, whatever. Is it your duty on a social level, seem sane like to to be like, hey, because you know, I guess it could be said like, hey, you're kind of protecting other people from getting screwed in that same year for sure. But at the same time, it's like, yeah. Do you, especially if you don't have a dog in the fire look at what? The what? What is this person doing? That's benefiting anyone. If all the rooms screwing people over Mamata Cezanne for sure. Yeah. If this person, if this individuals somehow. You know, running a big charity organization, right? Like that's a legit thing, right? That could happen is donate money or getting people to donate or whatever. Maybe I'd try and mitigate it more, but you know, it is social situation. I just sounds like they're going to screw people over. I think I'm gonna. I think I'm gonna drop dime. You yelled on one hand. You're kinda like, yeah, let me let me and not the kind. You're not gonna go on the radio or something and broadcast it, or you don't have to radio of these. You can go on the social media. That's what I mean. But you're not going to go on in announce these things. It's just like if it ever comes up, here's, you know, here's here's a situation that could unfold if you call this person out now that no one. Now they stop whatever form of income they have. Now, knowing that they owes money to is actually gonna ever get paid back, right?.

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"cezanne" Discussed on The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"cezanne" Discussed on The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

"I did it oh cool and what wasn't have we had it this this was with it was a cloud with brando of workforce okay and it was dark cezanne we called it i can't remember but you're gonna make it again no it had lie like say make it again but it had can you remember the spice we put in it but it was too distinctive and it didn't sell well really like body so yet something win some you lose right right but that was the first batch of course beer made so we have to remember here that that we all talk in farmhouse ao which i think if you said to somebody sat fallen house ayovi who say's i think we associate one with the outta but i i got a feeling there is a distinction when you when you when you look at it from a real critical perhaps technical perspective my opinion is this is this is damn fine johnny's having a little conversation of i think it's don't even more on that farmhouse spice knows as it's awful yeah a little bit more that farmhouse spice knows so martin with the so i'm going to i'm sorry i've been for a show of thumbs and then we'll we'll we'll just find out about ib valleys income lack show thumbs show thumbs there's thumbs up round except for john who's hovering i'm gonna give it a thumbs up because i like it very clean to gracious so people business the state.

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"cezanne" Discussed on The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"cezanne" Discussed on The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

"For was they wanted locally grown things to go into and you got gotta add the yeast as a cezanne east that's hybrid that mega mega created and we talked to the guys from a mega what's the guy's name car land long time ago lanchester last shane that was really interesting guy i didn't know that it was so much to yeast he has like i believe has phd is in east yeah serious so let's talk about the beer so let's first of all go to deb because she was the one who first of all turned me onto this i must have met bittermann was the one who brought the bs because that couldn't quite get i i didn't make it to the the release party last week i had a meeting and can get get over to the binny's in springfield record i didn't get them there either did buy them a couple of weeks ago at the still after the which is the only place you could get them because they weren't supposed to be on the market until this past week so they because that was where they remained they were selling them there pastor on my way to scratch boring company so what i would say you know from a color perspective it's almost got a watery yellow would that be a good it's about the same colors the pills yeah i think it's actually a little lighter pale yellow very super super clear clerides.

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"cezanne" Discussed on Sips, Suds, & Smokes

Sips, Suds, & Smokes

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"cezanne" Discussed on Sips, Suds, & Smokes

"Is that it's seems to be will be to the to the detriment of some more traditional thinking you now that it it that we are playing isaiah women many raise many things alight cezanne was a became a big thing that's a really traditional style but then there rice started dry happened again all care wrapped two zero s same goes beyond low ira goes her really happy withdraw helped sesana well me to i'm not saying they're bad i'm just saying you know everybody gets a turn on fares will yield we have no rugged up chao chart ira any she that i have is that as a hambur i like to i like to have a beer that is traditional to style were to be able to as long as she can put honey maltin it yes that's just me but in this scheme of things if i want to if i want to brew a good beer two style so that i can say yes i do know how to use that and then deviate from it is becoming harder and harder for me to find a beer style that is a traditional beer style and not something that's gone way off to right field earlier um you know what summit america you though and we did have the discussion briefly as to some of the some of the style guidelines that that may or may not particularly contribute to taste or smell like hayes and i was i was in the camp that i think the any ipa is there has to be some degree of haziness to an epo.

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"cezanne" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast

Shutdown Fullcast

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"cezanne" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast

"I guess it's like diet tells the lastly diet pills they're like that's not even medicine who would think that medicine could kitson's food why quickly inspected hilo while he's a kfc is way better elsewhere do we mean like it rises to below average a no no no no all i'll say i'll say it gets up to good i'll take it i'll take it out of good yeah no i i can either but it really does and that's not just you know deprivation talking note gets up to actually good so if i was looking at this you have your standard combos which are great i enjoy that of the translation a secret recipe secret secrecy combo combos eighth through see their standard there is something they have red hot chicken which sounds pretty dope actually but not just that they have red hot shrimp studied not link like it does not look like shrimp in the pick no it looks like afl it looks like a flaky mozzarella stick it does it looks like an objective est egg roll like it looks lakes somebody deep deep fried like a playmobil care exactly it looks like if somebody imagine to chicken finger as drawn by paul cezanne that's what it looks like and frankly i don't appreciate the disrespecting your voice because it looks i already there let's be clear i would eat yeah there's something called the chicken non ban sandwich set looks like a gigantic fried chicken sandwich looks like flames looks really good apparently served with coffee in this which i love that.

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"cezanne" Discussed on Sips, Suds, & Smokes

Sips, Suds, & Smokes

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"cezanne" Discussed on Sips, Suds, & Smokes

"Hey welcome back to you sips sides and smokes on today's episode were going uh it's a sets episode worn to bottle share event were going through a series beers each the hosts as bri we've gone through a couple more talking about an sirnak for selling talent fifth this definitely show intel day fasts ray no you have to put your pants back on so i share for show dell yeah so we're talking about a beer from great raft which is all all my tomorrow's to harmonize alarm sales like the frank sinatra song get there i was a those soap operas all night tune in to to demar ro for all mind tomorrow's yes amar reverend mark reveals who the murderer is i was thinking of a different story on the great raft which is a happy say saw an is that an oxymoron unto itself yes it is why would you at hops to his ace on and that is i think that's what they're getting at when they say kick tradition to the curb and we're gonna take as cezanne which is not harmful not the it's not that edgy so hammer heated love young really seen have pulled this off well like nine oh no no i can think of library firm tanggula hoppy cezanne hoppy cezanne well yeah farming he a he really just nailed it i mean by reforms kinda made a name that's continental sort tired deal um it's an american thing mike amine it's like were were lehrer shin man we're gonna we're gonna throw the hopson hair while i thought it was a really subtle a personally i wanna take your lamba can put it hit with hoppy i thought it was a bit of a mess the night it's a strange styles a little difficult for me to get my head around this personally i i thought it was a grace on that they host up with a hops i i would have just enjoyed.

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"cezanne" Discussed on Windows Weekly

Windows Weekly

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"cezanne" Discussed on Windows Weekly

"You want again that you want to get that co 2 outta there and then he was too but it is there's value to it because you do get some of the flavors are coming up in there is little i believe it ask him in rally home iin this i was just as have them poor four or five classes greatest as a test just isn't tackiest anna there's no reason the charge any what is this the tez for science at the other thing a lot of people don't realize as you know a lot appears to have yeast and then like cezanne's especially the there's always yeast in the bottom of the of the bottle and it's one people icu to i don't want that it's like sediment yet if malaysia it up it's delicious and shake it aren't yet lights lake cook a hamburger and the blood comes out of an us the best part you want that part either so i feel i know mary joe poet isn't quite i was like well you know like a avery if you look at their white rascal bottle will stay porta vote for fist of the way yeah then swirl the remainder to get that stuff into the liquid in an orlando nice because you want to get it out of the bottle yeah you did oh cases could this is all useful in hip had the week beer pouring here at the rim he yeah that's a good one that's for that was way better than my tears stupid group is a more useful anyway exits l i i like the idea being able to get seven what's a groom he's a bit i think because so i've had a subscription of the past the hour a qualifier i like that idea though it's a good deal.

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"cezanne" Discussed on Sips, Suds, & Smokes

Sips, Suds, & Smokes

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"cezanne" Discussed on Sips, Suds, & Smokes

"If i was going to burial i don't think this is one that i would pick um you know maybe on a flight just a try but it's not enough you had a choice of other beers and stuff i don't think this is what i go to but it's a it's a solid beer for the style um and i give it a three do you know like he's pretty much you think well i've had this beer probably more than any other burial beer i you know i agree with you guys do like as essays on let me just say as a cezanne lover you know i'm gonna come at it from that direction so on personal to the style i do like disppear but it is despite the presence of otzenrath i it it's a little thin i mean they they seem to get the carbonation ride on it it's got a great head retention but not a ton of cezanne character a little a little bit of spiciness from the yeast maybe definitely not picking up on rai the oates a don't seem to be giving it a ton of body um it's a little thin but but you know as a summer this is as you know these fears are traditionally drank in the summer title white too heavy in the mirror i so i mean it but i think they you know so i think a lot of burr's would compensate with with carbonation you know i rejected give the your little bit of body firstly that are abeysekera which it seems like they've tried to do and maybe it's just sat here for so long but um i you know i do like this beer but it does fall little short especially in oh when you're comparing it to several other beers so i i give the spirit three new.

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"cezanne" Discussed on Revisionist History

Revisionist History

01:42 min | 5 years ago

"cezanne" Discussed on Revisionist History

"Noticed my assumption here because what i was thinking when i said that bit about he gets it right the fourth time was it if says on did for versions he must have been marching towards some kind of preordained conclusion he has an idea and he's perfecting it but that's not cezanne standard practices you do a sketch work out the problems to a finish version says on kind of starts in the middle the fourth version of cezanne's portrait of his wife the one we're looking at is less finished that his second and third versions of fragility you can say this unfinished shop putatively unfinished putts relight the areas they dress fed by this light you can really say the ground likaomba salute all the way through the pilot guinea can say is being put a liz press strikes talon lake filling them all together on didn't work according to some clear linear plan he basically just did versions over and again it a racean after innovation trying to stumble on something that sees his imagination many of his paintings are unsigned because he doesn't want to admit to himself that he's done he just portraits of his art dealer ambrose velarde and he makes him come for a hundred sittings hundred hundred normally they would be how many in arming normally searches be relatively show lung the main hive are soleil wisey need a hundred exactly me what what's he doing a little saddam was never finished this is what david johnson means by experimental genius and gallinson points out that you can see this creative type in virtually every field.

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"cezanne" Discussed on I'm No Expert

I'm No Expert

01:58 min | 6 years ago

"cezanne" Discussed on I'm No Expert

"It's most four than a normal cezanne like more meat to it is a lighter like porte urge again noah beef like you mommy oh mommy flavor that's not snapping anymore is it you know i had some ever tension coming out of the bid routes greatest stared at for old and also great we can kind of swirled around give a little bit more foamy from action going i grant you very tasty already bank that's good beer sheila weird finish for its good beer like a i'm tasty evan gonna alike it smell yup smells great it's not overpowering and that's the thing like a lot of times with aromatics it gets you get really like overpowering and you just can't like really discern all the different kind of smells but this is like really got a really good smelter are ready as all those who are vat a smarts face i wish this was on the show like it with reagan legendary wasn't vis a guy them i that after get a weird finish like as a so like a harshad it's like a slick flavor slim not sure yeah like on oily metallic and nonmetallic oily like in the trend in the world like its mouth feel gives you very like keep breathed out with it or something weird earthquakes for help us someone who think widow issue so i'm taking the because he gives you leaned back which means item concerning it i've got a nice couch cherry such better than the the you know steer hearing from wherever to get some rocketeer so attleboros no i this is really actually kind of kind of light for i think most cezanne's that we've had on the show really refreshing i agree it's it's kinda got a little bit of a different finish to it but.

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