35 Burst results for "Craft"
Phelim McAleer's Film Set Was 'Infiltrated' by Hunter Biden's Lawyer
"So what you're talking about took place in November, you're filming this film and somebody comes claiming to want to make a documentary. About Hunter Biden. And his name was Kevin Morris. He's an Uber Hollywood lawyer. They flew in on a private chat. He's part of the South Park team that the cartoon adult cartoon. The book of Mormon, they do that. They've just signed a $900 million streaming deal. He said they were going to expand their content in their own making documentaries. And they wanted to come on Saturn film a certain interviews with me and the interviews with the actors, which they did and we give them unprecedented access, fast forward to promote the film, of course. The film. I mean, by the way, I'm pretty open, anyway. Fast forward, I opened the newspaper as they say, the other morning. And it turns out Kevin Morris is not a retired lawyer. He's a very active lawyer. He's representing Hunter Biden. His job is to craft legal and media strategies for Hunter Biden. Part of that job and part of the thing he wants to do is discredit people who are spreading smears about Hunter Biden, discredit. I think he means spreading the truth. Exactly. He wants. Yeah, he wants to, he wants to make the truth sound like mere smears. And so he literally flew across the Atlantic Ocean to Serbia in a private jet on whose dime I don't know. Good question. In order to get this information from you, misrepresenting who he was. Totally. And you know, that's an ethical breach for a lawyer with harder doubt, not saying. Even for a lawyer, and we know they're not averse to ethical breaches. But in this case, a clear ethical reason. It was someone infiltrated the set of miser hunter under false pretenses. Now, partly, maybe he is making a documentary, but he's also representing his firm admitted to CBS News that he is representing Hunter Biden and he is crafting a legal and media strategy for Hunter
Why the Bipartisan Support of Biden's $40B Ukraine Aid Package?
"Is the argument in Ukraine beyond the $14 billion that we had already earmarked? There seems to be this bipartisan consensus that this is the way that things must go. To illustrate that point, I want to play a cut for you 71. This is Mitch McConnell saying that this Ukrainian conflict is the most important issue in the world right now. Play cuts of anyone. All agree the most important thing going on in the world right now is the war in Ukraine. We need to do this Ukraine only. And quickly. I think we're on the path to getting that done. Discussions are underway between the House and Senate appropriators on the crafting of the package. It means to be clean of extraneous matters directly related to helping the Ukrainians win the war. This bipartisan consensus could care less about your interests to care less about a baby formula shortage could care less about inflation that spiraling out of control still despite the Biden regime insisting that it's slowing. We've hit another record high gas price today. Average is now at four 40 across the country. So you heard from the Republican establishment, Mitch McConnell talking about how it's the most important issue. What does Pelosi have to say? What are the Democrats have to say? Cut 74. The impact that it is having on food for the world. So when you're home thinking, what is this all about just think about when I was hungry? You fed me. Yeah, that's right. So she's quoting the gospel of Matthew to make a pitch for at least from what we can dig through in these numbers. $20 billion more going into the pockets of the defense industry. Now, again, this is causing such a draw on military stockpiles for the United States military, such as javelins, warheads, that sort of thing, that they're now having to lobby, the regime is having to lobby the defense industry to create more capacity.
The Only Way America Can Be Healed Is by Turning to Christ
"Let's go to Linda in North Carolina. Linda, welcome to Carl Jackson prime time. You got the mic. Thank you, Carl. So good to speak with you. I've been listening to you I've never heard of you before. And let's now nanny 4.5. But the thing that I love about you the most, I believe you have a very personal and intimate relationship with Jesus Christ. You know, knowing Jesus is like, I tell people, you know, we knew our president Reagan and we know our president Donald Trump, but we don't know them personally and intimately. But when we get to know Jesus, the Jesus, the real Jesus of the Bible, we know him personally and intimately his character becomes our character. And I sense that in your spirit and also one little word will send that what's wrong with our nation, and I've got a little thing to say, sin will take you further than you want to go. San will continue longer than you want to say. And seeing more call you more than you want to pay. A little children's school. Sandy's going upside run to the craft. I had a picture of a cross and mama and daddy in the bottom. And even in my church today, the young man has grown that was in my San Diego class. He said in a church where an Christian school and he asked him, he said, what Bible are you reading from? And he was the only one that did, he said, mom bobbled doesn't say that. But you know, we're walking Bible. America, even before The Walking Dead, we got people that are dead walking around dead. And so the cows they're dead in sins and trespasses. And the only way America can be healed is for 18° water turn to Christ to get to know him personally. And that his character becomes your character.
An In-Depth Look at Nina Jankowicz, the 'Disinformation' Specialist
"Jankowicz is now in charge of censoring people's speech from the federal government, but before she said that the executive branch shouldn't have the power to determine what is fake news play cut 16. Imagine that, you know, with president Trump right now calling all of these news organizations that have inconvenient for him stories that they're getting out there that he's calling fake news and now lashing out at platforms. I would never want to see our executive branch. Have that sort of power. She reminds me of Pete Buttigieg. Reminds you of Pete Buttigieg because she was created in the academy. And for a very specific purpose, she was created in the academy because she's there she's basically like a somebody that is there in the branch of government that will never question the hierarchy. That someone within the workings and almost has like a robot, a robotic type of focus on one issue. It's like, you think about it, a disinformation expert, somebody in power, picked up Nina jankovic, a couple years ago, saw that she had some, I guess, I don't quite understand. I don't quite know the word skill, I guess. But she was very likely to obey, right? She wanted approval. I think Nina jankowicz wants approval by other people. And she had an unflinching loyalty to the party line. Someone saw that she had a lot of potential for that. So someone obviously decided to get Nina jankowitz in the right positions, working on the Ukraine desk, working in all sorts of places that eventually Nina jankowicz could have an over promotion just like Pete Buttigieg mayor Pete and they go to these type elite schools. They never say anything disagreeable to the consensus. And they're honestly quite boring. Like if you sat down with Pete Buttigieg or need a jenko, they wouldn't really have an interesting unique thought, right? They just kind of regurgitate what other people would say. They are craft, they
Mark Wahlberg: Bringing Faith Into His Craft
"When somebody comes to faith and then is willing to bring that into their craft, that's rare. And that's really what the main thing I want to ask you about, when did your faith become real for you? Because it's obvious you wouldn't make a film like this. If it wasn't important to you, it's been very real for me from a very early age. I mean, I do a credit all of my personal and professional success to my faith. Now that being said, you know, like a lot of people, you get to trouble you turn to God and please help me in this will never happen again. But when I started doing good things, good things started happening for me. And I'm a man of routine, you know, people always give me a hard time about my schedule, but that's what keeps me centered and the base of that is that in my prior time, my scripture reading and then of course, you know, working out and then I feel like I can conquer the world until I go wake up my teenagers and then I realize I need lots of help, but yeah, I think I've always felt like I wanted to do more with the talents and gifts that were given me for the greater good and to fulfill God's purpose. You know, he put me in this position for a reason and it's not to just keep making. You know, colonies that sometimes work and sometimes don't. And so when this came to me, I really felt like it was meant to
Larry O'Connor: There Is a War Against Talk Radio & Truth
"You think George Washington you think they all debated Throughout that year in the late 18th century in foul fetid fuming foggy filthy Philadelphia to craft a constitution that protected a handful of reporters and journalists They didn't even know what journalists were at that time The First Amendment wasn't for reporters it wasn't for television news anchors It wasn't for the publishers of The New York Times The First Amendment is was and always has been and always will be about you because you as a citizen making a decision about who should be your elected representative needs to get the truth unfettered unfiltered unmolested and uncensored by the government That's why it exists And this news cycle this Hunter Biden media conspiracy news cycle from today that stretches all the way back over two years It is the perfect example as to why we exist still Barely in some cases but we in talk radio still exist for you For the truth And you need to let everyone know that because can I tell you something there is a war against this medium There is a war against talk radio There is a war against the truth there is a war against unfettered unfiltered candid expression Of opinion and facts and truth and if you don't step up and stand by the likes of Mark Levin stand by your favorite radio hoist on this very station your favorite talk radio station If you don't stand up for us there will be no one left
Who Is Ilan Berman of the American Foreign Policy Council?
"For those who haven't heard our earlier discussions here on America first, will you just give them the potted introduction who Ilhan is and what the FPC does. Sure. So AFC is a think tank. Everything tank has an area of focus. We spend a lot of time working with Congress because candidly, ideas begin in very few places. And members of Congress need cutting edge accurate sort of impactful information about what's going on around the world. So we have a stable of experts that cover everything from Iran to Russia, to radical Islam, to China, to China, space, and the goal here is to inform policy to help them craft better policy, but more than anything else. It's to sort of to amplify the efforts of policymakers who are trying to defend American national security, promote American foreign policy interests. And your family background, where do you hail from originally? Well, all over, but my parents were Soviet refused next, right? So explain that to him for those who are Cold War warriors like me, what was a refuse neck. Right. So I refused it was someone who usually Jewish as my family is, but not only, but a refusal was somebody who during the Soviet Union for whatever reason for political purposes for religious freedom purposes applied to exit the Soviet Union and they were denied. And they were essentially made non people. They weren't allowed to have party affiliation. There weren't allowed to work in certain jobs, and only through the pressure of the United States government, including people like senator Henry Jackson, there was enough pressure that was placed on the Soviet Union that the Soviets opened up the doors and allowed refuse, including pretty significant wave of Jewish refusing to
Los Angeles tries tiny homes to alleviate homelessness
"The the city city of of Los Los Angeles Angeles is is creating creating tiny tiny villages villages as as a a way way to to tackle tackle its its massive massive homelessness homelessness crisis crisis the the Chandler Chandler tiny tiny home home villages villages in in north north Hollywood Hollywood this this piece piece of of property property was was an an under under utilized utilized piece piece of of park park space space it it was was frequently frequently blighted blighted with with illegal illegal dumping dumping in in encampments encampments and and so so on on LA LA city city councilor councilor Paul Paul Krikorian Krikorian says says it's it's now now a a beautifully beautifully managed managed facility facility there there are are thirty thirty nine nine homes homes eighty eighty five five beds beds can can craft craft with with the the hope hope of of the the valley valley rescue rescue mission mission says says this this is is not not the the solution solution to to homelessness homelessness but but part part of of the the solution solution these these particular particular units units can can be be deployed deployed and and they they can can be be set set up up they they can can be be put put together together in in an an hour's hour's time time for for people people like like Stephen Stephen Smith Smith tiny tiny home home village village is is a a lifeline lifeline this this is is teaching teaching you you when when you you have have your your blood blood home home early early so so you're you're not not involved involved in in nothing nothing else else go go to to war war be be responsible responsible there there is is a a curfew curfew and and drugs drugs alcohol alcohol and and weapons weapons are are banned banned I'm I'm a a Donahue Donahue
Dems Planning Next Steps for Build Back Better, Says Maryland Senator
"Democrat Maryland senator Ben cardin yesterday said that Democrats are prepared to move forward on the build back better. Plan this, of course, hit a roadblock by way of Joe Manchin, just prior to Christmas. Senator cardin said that a lot of them were disappointed that it wasn't passed, but he says that there was going to be basically my words not his a new and improved version of Bill better and cut number 6, Fox News chief Washington correspondents and Fox News Sunday guest host Mike Emmanuel asked the Democrat. If he was opening to scaling things back a bit, cut number 6. Does scaling back the bill to win over moderates risk losing progressives in both the Senate and the House? Well, we've got to find that sweet spot. And I think as long as everyone's at the table is we're negotiating on the President Biden has always included all parts of our caucus in these discussions. I think we can reach that sweet spot. Look, a lot of us are going to be disappointed, but we're not perfection be the enemy of getting something done. So we need to get something done. I think we'll be pragmatic about it, but we want to make sure it deals with the issues that we are facing in our communities. Noting the challenge and appeasing to both the moderates and the progressives in this party, the senator said that he believed it's possible to craft the legislation or rewrite the legislation in a way that will satisfy
CNN Releases Statement Over New Revelations About Chris Cuomo
"New documents released this week indicated that Chris was more into millions involved than previously known in helping his brother former New York governor Andrew Cuomo craft a defense amid a flurry of sexual misconduct allegations. Here's a statement released tonight from a scene on spokesperson quote the New York attorney general's office released transcripts and exhibits Monday that shed new light on Chris Cuomo's involvement in his brother's defense. The documents, which we were not privy to before their public release, raised serious questions. This spokesperson continued quote when Chris admitted to us that he had offered advice to his brother's staff. He broke our rules. And we acknowledge that publicly. But we also appreciated the unique position he was in and understood his need to put family first and job second. However, these documents point to a greater level of involvement in his brother's efforts than we previously knew the spokesperson added, as a result, we have suspended Chris indefinitely pending further evaluation. And I can not confirm or deny that Jeffrey toobin then yelled out, but Dodge that bullet. Here I am. I mean, you got to look it up. I don't want to get into the graphic nature of Jeffrey toobin's transgression. Look it up. How that guy has a job is unbelievable. They suspended Jeffrey toobin too. And I say that for a reason. Chris Cuomo's probably looking at Jeffrey toobin saying, wait a minute. You kept this guy? But you're firing me or suspending me because I was trying to defend my brother?
Virus Craft Brewery-Beer intro and wrap-17-06-19-4
"The corona virus pandemic has been tough on craft breweries around the country some brewers found a way around the restrictions Matt Greenwald's rally king brewing in Colorado this ninety five percent of its business outside the taproom we were shut down for a period of time and the only thing that we had to actually sell was cans of beer out of our bridge in the front grille all needed some kind of packaging service Peter robots to the rescue we have a mobile canning operation designed to support small and medium producers for beer made Greenwald says Rohde canning solutions mobile plants maybe only six foot long but its impact was immense there where businesses that were being close shut down people's livelihoods taken away now the chill the beer is flowing every time a case could spell real beer and the canning business is flourishing I'm at Donahue
Craft brewer Bell's Brewery sold to Australia's Lion
"The US beer industry has one less independent brewer bell's brewery is being acquired by a Straily in brewer lion a subsidiary of Japan's Kirin group line will join the Michigan based brewery with Colorado based new Belgium brewing which it acquired in twenty nineteen together the companies vault to the top of the U. S. craft beer market in off premise that's non restaurant sales volumes edging out competitors like Sierra Nevada and Blue Moon the move comes amid declining U. S. beer sales says young drinkers flock to seltzer is another options the brewers association a trade group for craft brewers says overall beer sales in the U. S. fell three percent last year well craft beer sales plummeted nine percent I'm Ben Thomas
Father Frank Pavone, Director of Priests for Life, on Bernard Nathanson's 'Pro-Choice' Strategy
"Welcome back to one on one, with the national director, the priest for life. Can we stop a little and so that you know my background I've spent decades teaching the military when you look at a threat you do an estimate of the situation. You take a snapshot of the environment and you say, okay, what are their strengths? What are our strengths? What are their weaknesses? What are our weaknesses? How do we defeat the threat? Will you discuss a little bit this strategy for the Catholics? This Bernard nathanson the industry of mass murder which is abortion. What was, can you tell us what was so effective about their approach and their plan? You said they caught the Catholic Church snoozing. What was the narrative that they sold? It was, you know, we hear the word choice, but it was a little bit more sophisticated than that. Yes, yes, well, he did craft this term pro choice. He says, let's not say we're pro abortion. Let's say we're pro choice. But more specifically, he said, let's say, let's say to the media that the Catholics don't agree with what the hierarchy is saying about abortion. Let's create this division. And let's make it appear as though those who do agree with the church's teaching on abortion are they're out of touch, they're old fashioned, they're against women. They're in the minority. And they literally began inventing polls, inventing statistics. And because they had sold as it's still true today, they had so many friends in the media, they just they just took it and ran with it. Nobody questioned it. And that's where that's where they succeeded. And you create this rift and paint the opposition to abortion as just a religious issue. Some of them still try to do that today. Although it's harder to do it today because of the advances in science.
Episode 32: Top Five LPs From 2001 ...John's #4
"Years old. it's survivor from destiny's child and i will tell you why because i'm glad you asked. This album has some of the rock to that. Maybe you wouldn't expect me to be as a rock guitarist to be. You know jumping towards this particular album but the title track survivor. Which you've heard on the radio. A lot is a great fine crafted pop song with beyond say and and the team there providing that three part vocal delivery they do so well there was a it was a michael jackson tribute tv show. That came out in two thousand one when destiny's child was kind of a relatively new act and they did a live version of boot delicious. Which with real guitars at three guitar players and drummer and you know porn section. And they of course the beginning of that song has that stevie nicks edge of seventeen a guitar part that they lifted but they played it so raw. Live and i remember watching beyond say looking at michael jackson taunting in nevada to boot. Alicia vol bang right adam. And he's kind of taken aback. Oh beyond say it but it was. It was powerful. And all i can say is. I didn't have the album until i saw that particular cut of that special with destiny's child doing booty leashes and i thought this song pretty rock. It's it's a rock and song. Yes it's a dance song assets movement or whatever you want to say but there's a rock sensibility to it. That made me love the band and of course gone onto become a huge beyond say fan she just an amazing artist in totality. But this shows her some of her rock and best and if you followed her career at all you've seen like when she's done live shows vegas residencies whatever. She has a full band four guitars full. Everything and generally they're mostly female. She hires musicians to back her up on tour. So there's just too much not to like about this record survivor from destiny's child my number full
Stacey Lennox: Democrats Are Already Crafting Their Excuse to Losing in the Midterms
"Anyway how do you know that Democrats think they will lose the House majority in the midterm she writes Because they are already crafting the excuse And they have Stacey Abrams who cause lies about her race in Georgia but that's okay She's allowed to deny an election What do you think about that Liz I bet Liz Cheney is no problem at all But about Benny Benny Johnson the chairman of the committee is he concerned about that No not in the least it's Benny Everyone knows Benny Once again Abrams was confident she could be the governor of Georgia and would have been if not for voter suppression of course Then the Senate majority leader such as he is schmuck E Chuck E. Schumer brought S 27 47 also known as the freedom to vote act up for a cloture vote Republicans filibustered the bill unanimously voting against it Because they're obviously all white supremacist who support Jim Crow I want you to listen to this The bill is senator Joe Manchin so called compromise bill to replace the for the people act When you hear it as a compromise bill you may assume Republicans were on board according to Jason sneed executive director the honest elections project mansions only compromises were between the left and the radical left Just like HR one this bill overrides state voter ID requirements Bans election integrity measures for absentee voting makes it harder for states to maintain updated accurate voter registration roles This is the mansion you see the moderate compromise I don't trust this guy mansion I don't trust this guy
New fund aims to bring more people into the climate conversation
"Many communities in the us are working to reduce global warming and transition from fossil fuels to clean energy. But some people have been left out of the conversation. The whole polar bear pr campaign. You know from many years that it really didn't resonate with people of color or people in urban areas. And so what i want to be able to do is to start observing equitable and accessible conversations. That really make climate digestible for people in clean energy digestible topic. That's the a huddle director of the ohio. Climate justice fund. The new fund provides grants for hosting community listening sessions to organizations led by black indigenous and other people of color at these events. Ohioans will share their views about climate change. Utility costs air pollution. Green jobs and more many things i think are being done without resident voice in resident input in so this is a fun that is completely invested in receiving that input in documenting it. She says this information can be used to encourage policy makers to support climate action plans and craft equitable clean energy policies. We're really tried to see what happens.
Jesus Christ Keeps Charlie Kirk Motivated
"What keeps you motivated. I mean the most important thing in my life is my relationship with jesus christ and my relationship with god which we should. We need to remind ourselves of that every single day and say it out loud and say clearly. Because that's really what's going on here isn't it. It's a spiritual war all of this material side of it is just a manifestation of unclean spirits impure spirits that are are going at it and that's what the scriptures tell us when it comes to what i care about in the political domain. I believe the scriptures. Tell us that we need to care about things that are beautiful and good and that are true. This is the greatest country ever to exist in the history of the world. And i i am twenty seven years old and i say that i want to think tonight as we go through this how much we've seen our country changed just in the last nine months and especially how much we've seen. Our country changed in the last nine years or ten years when i was in high school ten years ago. The things that we are now we've now seen implemented would be completely unthinkable now that we just take as just kind of common sense as anything but common sense but they say is just kind of normal things. The new normal. And i'm frustrated in a lot of different ways and it compels me to action. Because i will not sit idly by while this gift that we have been given the greatest country ever to exist a constitutional republic of and by and for the people that so many people have sacrificed for that. I just have to sit idly by while a while a very sinister and malevolent and clever and craft the minority takes over this country while they do not control a majority of the people and by every single measure. They are only doing it because we've allowed them to do it. And now maybe not you. But that we have allowed them to get way too far as far as cultural control way too far for way too long and they've also been willing. Which a word. I want to talk about tonight to get into the institutions to push against conservatives in christians
SpaceX Launches Four Civilians Into Orbit on Historic Inspiration4 Flight
"Interference by american digital giants spacex is first private flight streaked into orbit on wednesday night with to contest winners a healthcare worker and they're rich sponsor the most ambitious leap yet in space tourism. It was the first time a space craft circled the earth with an all amateur crew and no professional astronauts. The dragon capsules to men and two women will be spending three days going around the planet from an unusually high orbit a hundred miles higher than the international space station before splashing down the florida coast this weekend. It spacex founder. elon musk's first entry in the competition for space. tourism. Dollars jared isaac. Mun is the third billionaire to launch this summer. Following the
"craft" Discussed on Craft Hangout
"You don't know when to stop We've noticed that. Many makers avoid showing their faces and their content. But you do videos not only showing your face but you speak directly to your audience looking straight to the camera. So how do you think that showing your face has helped you create connections with that audience. So there's lots of areas that i struggle with that is that's one of them Utilizing affiliate links is actually another one. But i think that you just kind of have to decide who you're showing up for. And am i showing up to be like. Is it for me or is it for you because if it's for you that's bigger than if i'm just showing up for myself like if i have this idea and i have this craft and i wanna get my kids involved. I want there to be a connection there. Like i want you to know me and i wanna know you and even even on lives. I wish i could see people's faces like when it's i love zoom for that reason. I just love that connection. I thrive on that end for me. That's been the hardest. Part of covert is not seeing people and not hugging everybody. Like that's that's the hardest part for me so when i have opportunity to go live As nervous as it makes me. I love to do it. Cause i want i want people to not just associate my hands. You know like i. We're makers we have faces. We have families we have personalities we have all of these things and i just. It's so.
"craft" Discussed on Craft Hangout
"Have this weird mind that i think of things all across the board so i liked to see if if i have an idea. And if it's gonna work that is really where it starts so and then from there kind of turns into something else like you mentioned the marbles in paint while i got my kid's in on that craft and it turned into something crazy like marbles were everywhere in paint was everywhere but really it was just a super fun time so a lot of things just kind of build and i like to just see if i use this material on this material. What kind of result will get. And if i do this design with this material am i pushing the boundaries and the capacity of that particular material or my machine or i don't know i'm liking constant are indeed crafting research and development so a bit of fantasizing. What if and trial and error so much trial and error tuna cool. If i did this with this i wonder. What would ooh. Marble and pain and mike really. When i was a kid we would play with marbles and cause that's like super fun and you put it in different. Maybe you have a cookie cutter and so you drop some marbles and some paint inside that cookie cutter in shake it around or you roll marbles down on a piece of paper it turns into something cool in sometimes you get a really big mess and sometimes it's kinda beautiful like like how paint pouring can go so wrong.
"craft" Discussed on Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast
"You're running around a blast. Okay having a good time but thank you. You know you mentioned something about how crash beer became geeky and it did and you know. Probably in the food and beverage industry. The two biggest geek crowds half the be craft beer yes and barbecue. They go hand in hand. And for some reason the nest kennesaw. We decided to go after both those marks at the same time. And we're still alive worshipers so everybody's got preconceived notions in this flavors. What you talk about all nostalgia everybody's got this preconceived notion that you're always wrong but you know we're really proud of where we are. We we just had our five year mark We've got a whole new leadership team in place. We got new executive chef sous chef. We've got new gm's coming into place. I've heard multiple beer. Reps sitting at our are talking about how our beer list is the best it's ever been. I attribute that to our new staff and just the passion that they brought back into it and their ability to work with us and and then we were talking about it in the break. That georgia is not a place where it's defined graph beer anymore and it's spoiled you can come to the nest kennesaw anytime you want to. When you got forty eight years up there on the board. And they're all good choices absolutely. I mean the the largest brand. That's on that board. Is i keep guinness on nitro. We you gotta have niger. Yeah it's getting there so everything else up there as as as local at southeastern hazel. You'll see an import but for the most part it's all just great local craft beer and what i love about it. More than anything is the community that inspires and the nest is all about community and craft. Beer is all about community. We want to get together and share those and it's a great place to do with the patios open. All the restaurants are open. it's it's a fun place to hang out if you haven't been there before is worth the drive from wherever you are what i really like about the place. I've always loved you beer list. I think you'll be listened. Great and you've had some interesting stuff in bottles that you don't even notice you're looking at the tablets i'm like oh you've got some fun stuff in bottles to but i like it you kind of got every kind of environment you want. You've got the outdoor portugal. Hang out in next to the firepit. You could be in the kind of the hibari with your buddies drinking craft beer over the private dining section and have have a nice meal It's all of the all this stuff together. Like that extra kennesaw you can grab beer to go out and we we fill growlers now it. It's really got something for everybody. That's great well. The great thing about the necessary very rarely will i bring somebody who's never been there before but every single time we leave their own. My god i need to go back there. I'm going to bring my friends. I can't believe i never knew. This place existed right. Appre appreciate hearing. I love that. Love hear stories when i run into people that have been there before. It's everybody dreams about opening a bar right so for for my family and my partners is a dream come true for us and and i think it comes through and the service we provide so we're coming up on a holiday weekend it the fourth fourth of july independence day. What are you guys. Drink opening any special bottles for this weekend or you're you know getting into anything unusual. It's a good reason for it. One of those one thousand seven hundred seventy six cans going. Yes the seventeen seventy six pack. Personally i i have a keg from variant ready to go this weekend i got a i got a keg of their street. The ip there grenell people say that's a little much for a party at six and a half percent ish. I say that's the best way to throw party. I've got that ready to go. Do they make beer less than that. We have any here. yeah. I don't think so either. That's not beer. that's bourbon. That's all american. That's right it looks. It looks like it could be beer. But that's definitely bourbon. How 'bout you name. Well you know thing interesting. You're planning and drink and my family's not very big beer drinker so i'm going to bring the crispy boys bring some Italian pills owners light lager some stuff. That's really easy. Drinking really approachable. Might bring up big barely edged out for some people who would appreciate that. But yeah i'm thinking. Light is the theme of the nothing says fourth of july like an italian pills. I hadn't considered i like the style. We've we've kind of glommed onto its dropping so in a way it away. It feels like Something that we we should be into but yeah crispy boys man. That sounds great. I'll get into some of those and definitely gonna get the semi p. i have to get. I don't even know. It's whatever have i'm going to go through and i'm like i've got. I've got a solar to work. I'll just put something in the fridge and drink it so we should get together. We should say we shouldn't even have a seller. So we we. We've got to try to drink our way through your sacrifice. Let's let's dispose of all those things so you know one of the things that is really american about craft beer. Craft beer in. America is the innovation when you think of innovation craft beer. What what kind of things come to mind. You have any favorites. Oh man that's a good question. I think the sour trend that happened What has it been five or six years now. I mean when they started going and going all. Can you know you can't talk about craft beer in america without talking about we could. We'd you just had. And i know i know that we're calling them some names and they've done some things like but when they started doing their their angel series. Those were just i mean those were fantastic and they still are if you can find them and The sour movement was really blew. Everybody away so much to the point that we might be tired of showers. I think i've seen some fatigue when it comes to like the really hardcore sours but yeah we owe a lot to Lawfully from new belgium and Russian river for a lot of the interesting barely age wild beers they they kind of pioneered that a lot of what we're enjoying now or have enjoyed has a little bit to do to thanks to them. Of course. these guys were inspired by the beers of europe belgium. Especially so yeah. You don't another point that you mentioned already was the barrel aged move that gives island started. Yes and the bourbon barrel aged beers that came out of that facility. That was new. That was big. I chased it for a while. Oh for sure and maybe that is. You should sell her by the way. Yeah yeah the interesting thing about that is the the bourbon barrel aged. Stoute's gained in popularity. Got hot well before. Bourbon actually got hot in the us so bourbon. His heart is can be right now in ridiculous prices for bottles. It's possible yes indeed. It's impossible to find some of my favorites. That i could buy directly off the shelf three or four years ago. They've got hot but back when the goose island was first doing this. You could buy the stuff for a song and people. Were really enamored with the result of beer going into the bourbon. But didn't care at all about the liquid and i i find that incredibly amazing and hilarious honestly so we should have been able to predict the bourbon. Have gone the way. It's gone. Just based on that alone the answer honestly it might be third way but i really like the assimilation of different yeast strains into craft beer so you mentioned wild ales earlier where it just that spontaneous fermentation i really liked the brute. Ip movement that came out of san francisco so that using that brut champagne yeast in the beer. Getting a really crisp clean dry finish. Ipa emily's who was a big a big part of that. So you got the emily's to Chew through a lot of those carbohydrates that that wouldn't ordinarily be chewed through and you got your yeast. That was a cool idea. I wish it would have taken off. But it was a cool innovation. I think my favorite innovation of all time is a from dogfish head sam. I always get his name collusion. Or i always muscles yeah anyway his continuous dry hopping that he pioneered for the ninety minute. Ip in which came before sixty minute which people don't realize it was an old like table. Top football game that he put hot i think hot pellets on he just let it shake duct tape over the the brew kettle. Let that shake it slowly drip hops into the kettle. The entire time it was going based on what i read he He was able to do about three or four times before thing fell apart because seriously got good wheel or something like that's it's such a great story so man so many great innovations since adam. You're really really into a coffee as well as barbecue and beer. I thought and i gave you a little heads up time on this one. What was the first coffee beer you ever had. So i was a while ago but the dragons milk line had a coffee version of. It really did way back. I remember that one. We recently did a coffee. Beer show. wasn't that recent. The coffee pairs really well with the barrel aged stuff. Oh chevron and then. I can't talk about coffee beers without mentioning the co lab. That apotheosis coffee did with ironmonger. That was a great beer and the cool out that one was was that it was almost a summertime coffee beer even though it was a dark stout it was. It was a six and a half percent. You could drink it and not just you know. Call it a day. It was really easy to drink a few still float around town. I been the first coffee beer. I don't know if. I remember the first coffee beer that i had so many beers ranking remember the first coffee beer. You had probably not. It might have been star hill. Maybe read ru star might have been the first one that really really nailed it. That the coffee and a beer is an amazing thing Really enjoy that when that came out so really quick guys wail beers like your bucket list beers. You have any time you can get apply any elder. You're doing all right there you go. I think right now for me. It's actually planning the younger. I'm going to second plenty of the yoga. Get teased about it a lot. But i just haven't had a chance to try out. Well i mean to get younger. You really kind of have to go over there and wait in line. Usually or one of the interesting. How about some draft is it Always say it wrong as a cascade cascade want to say s katya. But i'd love to get out there and have some of their stuff undrafted like the sour beers been there. It's a lot of fun if you love sour. It's a great place to go. It's a great. That sucks the teeth out of your mouth. So so yeah they definitely have that in spades. Absolutely well adam. Where can people learn more about the nest. The nest kennesaw dot com or. You can follow us on facebook or instagram. Thanks for joining us. That about wraps it up for this episode of beer. Guy's radio join us next week as we talk with. Aol smith alvarado street brewing from warcraft. Info follow us online. We are bir guy's radio on facebook twitter and instagram. Thanks for tuning in. Have a great week. And don't forget to drink local cheers..
"craft" Discussed on Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast
"Ball the beer guys on facebook twitter and instagram. Next friday is a wyan shirt dick. So if you want to go ahead and where a hawaiian shirt and jeans now. Back to the beer guy's radio show and welcome back the beer guys radio issue. I wanna give a quick shout out to one of our great radio. Affiliates kb bdb hd three ninety six point seven fm in forks washington. Catch guys radio and k b db every saturday at two pm local time. now let's get back to classic american craft beer so to start things off. We talked about the oh. Jeez of craft beer. Who do you think about when you think about kind of the second wave people following that because that group is in its in a group of its own crowd of its own. It's kind of a rarefied air with beer. But there's big guys that are not are different era than today. You know what i'm saying. So i would count stellan in on that i would say stone definitely brought about the big. We're talking like ibew. Chasers like bomb chasers for the second wave so like belgium new belgium stone log. Anita's yeah i would count them in there for a while. They just own the ip game. They i think they grabbed it away. From stone in fact the stone owned it and then lags just snatched right away from nevada. Pale was my first pale ale. Anita's hop stupid was my first p. Oh wow that's that's the job. So how long until your second. Ipo have you had any more as have you experimented with those. I think i can taste hops again now. So then you've got the places out colorado. Avery comes to mind. Oh sure russian river out that way on the west coast. Amana started growing. Quick didn't it. Yeah oh yeah. Well you know during the nineties In the arrow going up towards the the The bussed in like ninety seven. They had a few years. Were bruce grown by like almost sixty percent a year. I mean it was huge. Went from like in the seventies like in the h- like an hundreds to being fifteen hundred or something like that the ninety five. I think that's about the the area may even higher than that a couple of thousand. It grew a lot. And we can't leave out in this group dogfish head. I mean they're kind of a big part of it. I you know what. I think that dogfish head and stone were not only. Are they big part of that second wave but they were huge portion of kind of like an extreme beer movement where to differentiate yourself from everybody else out there. You had to go big you. Had you had to pick something new. Something extreme lot of hops adjuncts lot of alcohol. That's this whole phase in there. Were the an extreme beer fest. You know that they came out. This started Towards the tail end of that. That whole extreme thing. Do you miss those days. Do you guys miss those days of just extreme crazy beers are you. I don't think they're over. i'm going to say. Are we missing them. I think we still have those. Yeah i don't know if it's quite the same now are extreme now. Is we just pick something and do it to death like fruit in a beer death. Well that's a good point. That's a good point. I guess we still have some of that. Leftover i i thought we were more kind of like we obsess on something and we just do it to death. Like lactose and everything. You know. Hazy everything you know dry. Everything seltzer everything fruit everything. That's crazy to see how things have gone. I guess we never really got out of the extreme. We just got a little bit more narrow minded about our extreme apologist shifted to a new beer style assault with ip as and you saw with the big beer competition. Brune competition where you know. We had a very narrow lane for ip as and now it's a very wide lane for ipa's treating that with sours. You're getting that with stout. You're getting that with all these different beer styles because that extreme is now shifting into these different beer styles. Yeah that makes a lot of sense. Now you have an element of freshness in the game Before fresh epa is so much better than a little. I mean assist you start talking about the sierra nevada's or even the first we waters and those stuff were sitting in store for a while the knob draft. I mean a fresh a nice and citrusy man. I'm not gonna turn that down and crushes. You know that. That does remind me back in the day. When i first got into the atlanta area i was like i. I wasn't that into ips. At the time. I thought they were a little overdone. Little little over bowled little over a bidder and A buddy of mine who is also kind of more into the at the time with me like the the darker richer beers. He said well. If you go to sweetwater you have to have the ip there. You have to have it fresh like a really okay. I had you know what it makes. A difference and the idea of freshness with i mean people always talked about lou mixture fresh beer but it didn't mean anything but with the ip game it. It became a thing. And i don't know exactly when we all became aware of it. But now i obsessively check candidates and i won't buy something awful warm shelf if it doesn't have a date on it that i can verify it's not been there for three months. You know. unfortunately some of the beers we picked up for the show because they may sit around. Can't always be one hundred percent. Sure but a lot of these aren't ipa's which is an interesting thing. When you think about all the beers we've come up too so far along. These haven't been ipa's so it's it's interesting that ip's when did they really really take over. I guess is with the second wave right. Yeah i would say so the other nice thing i think that it imparts that you have a more. Well informed customer base. You have customers who know what they like but they also know about freshness and they know that fresh is best. And that's when you should be drinking these beers. I don't know i think people are folded. They are a little predator. One of them for sure you know and i think with the the whole extreme crazy in the second wave this is. This is the era where people started becoming geeky about beer. I don't think in the nineties i know. For fact i was not geeky about beer. I went to the Portland beer festival. And they had a little setup where they showed you the grain and hops in and all that stuff in those days in the late ninety s. I couldn't care less. I remember looking at that. I'm like i'll never remember any stuff. I'm just here to drink severe but You had these extreme beers come out. Especially the there was some limitation to him. Geeks arose and they swamped to this and You have the idea of course in aging beer that started growing up in. I know we talked earlier. Adam you've got an issue with seller beers ted you. Yeah i have to stop doing. It will explode. That's one problem. You got to be careful with that but most beer is not meant to be h. I mean unless you've got some like crazy like i dunno some stout reporter that was aged by monks. You know it's really meant to go on and on and on drink that beer drinking when it's fresh sedate. I do selami beers. It has been whittled down. Because i've been very conscious about trying to pull back not through recommendation but because i'm just spending too much money on beer. There's that too if that's such a thing but at least i'm not aging my ipa's all their stone enjoy after is thing it is. Yeah but you're supposed to enjoy shortly after okay now like three years now. So that stone enjoy after from two thousand fifteen. I should probably do something with it. I mean i'll try it with. You should at least pour it the before you pour it into the drain. Poor little into your mouth and make sure it's It's gone off but yeah yeah it's not gonna kill you yeah. Just don't stick the bottle in there too far.
"craft" Discussed on Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast
"Guy's radio show welcome back to bear guys. radio show. All episodes are available on demand. So if you missed the broadcasts get the podcast beer guys. Radio is available in all popular and unpopular podcasting apps. Now let's get back to classic american craft beer so guys getting into this Next segment who do you think about when you think. Og craft beer like the original squad of craft beer. You got on the table right here. Well the yes. We do have a little bit of a cheat here. We we did open up an anchor. Steam beer anchors up. That's right. I mean that. The story of of anchors. There's american craft beer at its finest. I'm more familiar with southern crafts. But i mean you got to mention sierra nevada. Sure yeah we already mentioned sweetwater. Sam adams of course course yes. There's there's big ones we're missing out there. There's ones that. I don't even know because they never left their states before they went out of business. It's i a lot of people. Bring up new albion. We they started in seventy six or something like that. They didn't survive. But i think they are credited with creating maybe not the first but one of the very first american style. Ipa's out there. So we we do hear about that this dogfish head dogfish forget. Don't fish with sam adams. I almost kind of think of them. As being kind of the second part of the second wave in fact you know. Sam adams definitely part of the i. I always think of dogfish kind of coming in that dividing line in craft beer where we had the late nineties. Where things kind of took a hit. But then out of that though technically dogfish head did start before that happened. They didn't really get going until after that happened. So i mean. We got them mention to highland brew out of carolina highlands. They've been around for over twenty five years. There's just so many it's hard to even go over all of this thinker. That's the cool thing about anchor. I looked into that. A fair amount for this and That story is pretty amazing. The guy fritz maytag didn't start anchor but he was a big fan of the brewery and he had some good inheritance yet some some maytag money some family money and he heard that they were having trouble. They were circling the drain. Potentially going to go out of business is like hey. I'm going to invest. So he bought fifty one percent of the company thinking. All right i'll be involved in. This will save a beer that our love. I'll advise them well. Pretty quickly creditors came after him because well they needed some money and he had some money and he was the owner so the way i read it he almost immediately got into improving the quality of the beer to increase sales and From what i read it took him like a decade to actually break even or start turning a profit but he came out with so many crazy. I i mean just think anchor. Steam first american craft beer generally acknowledged nineteen seventy-one the anchor liberty mail the first modern ip nineteen seventy five anchor christmas the first seasonal beer in nineteen seventy five. He's also credited with the first american porter in one thousand nine hundred seventy two so all of these. I like when you think about. It's like i had no idea. I knew that they were early on and they really set the bar but they really came up with a lot of stuff. It blows my mind. How often do you guys drew. Wind up drinking an anchor. You even see them around very often. I mean this is my first anchor steam. In as long as i can remember and we even had a. Is that another one. Yeah hazy app over there. I didn't even know they made his. Epa you know it's funny. I saw that on the shelf. I was looking for anchor. I struck out where i was at. And i thought oh that's interesting. They're getting into the hazy. Ip a game and like. Oh that's weird. It turns out that they were one of the pioneers and dry hopping beers. They were dry hopping beers back in the seventies and early eighties before anybody even heard the term. It's amazing to me how much these craft brewers have affected the industry as a whole. Oh yeah i mean what. It's done to the big boys out there and the the innovations they've had to make and they were making products that people didn't know about yet the people didn't drink as out of nowhere. I mean i guess you can probably dig back and world war. Two people came back craving these beers they experienced in other parts of the world. But really i mean they were making stuff that they didn't know people were going to buy. Yeah and i gotta say to talk about craft beer versus macro. It is a little strange drinking anchor. Steam out of a can and craft beer cans. Go hand in hand. It does now true the threesome. In due to another pioneer in craft. beer dale's pale ale right before that. And that was exclusively only ever oskar blues. Got to get the name in there right. Only ever in cans in kind of normalized it before that. Everybody thought he as like. Oh you don't want cans. Mad beer goes into cans. Good beer goes and glass now completely. Everything's yeah now. It's the only reason people are doing glass right now because we've had show because it's so popular so it's amazing how things change over the years. Although i will say this. So i'm a retailer and i do still get customers coming in saying oh. I don't want that nakane and has that metallic flavor to it and in the entirety of my lifetime at least the entirety that i've been drinking in my lifetime. I've never had that metallic flavour advocate. Because of can now. I've had it in beers before but that's because of an off flavor. Yeah that's definitely something that it can occur when you brew improperly gets old budweiser. Yeah well they used to. I don't think they used to have the same kind of lining inside the cans back in the day as they do now. It's like a it's like a class lining or something. Some interesting polymer or something like that but Manso back in those days. Back anchor in the seventies were less than one hundred breweries in the us at one point time. Nineteen seventy eight. There was just like eighty nine apparently while it's amazing to think how far down at once that's at the very beginning of craft beer. Now we've got eight thousand eight hundred and eighty four as of twenty twenty the latest figure ice on that and it wasn't until two thousand fifteen that the brewery count exceeded the number of breweries. That were here in the us in eighteen seventy three. So that shows you how much beer and general dropped in the us in the twentieth century you know and the late nineteenth century so it's pretty devastating so four thousand one hundred thirty one breweries in eighteen seventy three. We never have of magin there. Were that many bruce in the us in that in that period of time so where they craft. I think they would qualify if they're around today because there were neighborhood stuff. It wasn't consolidated. So i mean at least microbreweries. Do you think that number dropped. Because of prohibition oh for sure i mean obviously the i was looking at a line and and it drops to the floor during prohibition and it takes a long time to recover from that peru's you can't stop making beer and still stay afloat and then thirteen years later. Oh you know. Hey sell beer. Turn off the taps. Know everybody's gone everything sold so well and also like the legislation didn't support burs anymore. I mean look at georgia. It wasn't until twenty fifteen. We will start doing some to go beers from our breweries. And now i mean it's great that we have that modern day. Take on what you can get away with going to a brewery. But coming right outta prohibition you know thirteen years after the fact i'm sure breweries just were completely stonewalled from going into anywhere. Now we're spoiled can't keep track of which ones are out there now. You look at a board somewhere and it's it's new beers every day. Yeah it's one six. Yeah there's a little bit of analysis paralysis for option fatigue or something you go in there and boy. I used to be really into that habit. Just because it's new. But now i kind of want i just want to..
"craft" Discussed on Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast
"craft" Discussed on hopnology: Hop Growing and Brewing for Craft Beer
"Truly a beer industry magazines way of rationalizing. The behavior nice so anyway. That was the fun stuff for the bruce association. Now do you get to the real stuff. Okay and the thing we want to talk about. Today was representation within the craft beer industry so specifically women and people of color. Because i mean this is this is a problem. It's a problem in lots of industries. But we know it's a problem in craft beer it. It's a an observed craft beer and there are things that are. I'll say that of tried to be done to to deal with. It is a societal issue. And of course. This is again north america so this l. I'll say i'll say the united states. Never mind north america Because sorry canada. I'd i don't have any statistics for you. Does anyone have statistics for cabinet. Yeah there's like three of them. So the i would hazard a guess though that at least in the places that i've traveled i would hazard a guess that internationally from the us. Not too dissimilar. I i mean even even in more socially progressive regions in europe. I still don't see kazaa. Still locked so much in tradition. But that's just a personal observation and we and we can observe. We can observe so sort of put some context around this so me. I mean everyone listens knows i live in connecticut. A grew up in the suburbs outside of new york city You know i. I may almost fifty year old. Not quite going to keep hold onto that an almost fifty year old white jewish guy from outside of new york city. So you can. You can tell exactly where that places me in terms of the demographics.
"craft" Discussed on Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast
"For us here right. Just say kind of where you stand what you're looking for in and how we move forward right. I i just ask some things. I wanted to get off my chest and you know before i i go into it. I just wanted to say the creature comforts man fenwick. Adam chris those guys are doing the work are trying to figure out what the solution is right there trying to figure out how to build sustainable change and so i just wanted to get one to start there but like it's so many breweries in atlanta. Doing i agree. I want to say no. I'm not. I'm not shouting out creature. Just because they're the only ones doing it. I'm shouting on creature because those are the ones working with me. Okay and so at lanta. No four hundred breweries very inclusive working. Yeah so that's the segue into the conversation is atlanta what we gonna do do atlanta atlanta. If we we say we'd is thing we talk about we staying now the time. Okay and so leaders of the bruce school is laying the foundational work to bring about that and we would love some assistance. We would love to hear your thoughts about what you think needs to be done to bring sustainable change. I'm not talking about a beer. I'm not talking about jest. An internship or just whatever. I'm talking about consistent apply force because that's what got us into the situation. Right consistent apply force over time. So that's what it's gonna take to get us out some asking for partnership on an idea generation right now and then beyond the idea generation after we agree on net. What are we going to do every day to bring about this thing that we want to see and i think craft beer industry is one of the few places in the country. I mean in the world really that gives us a template to be able to move to bring these things about because we understand what beer is about that grain to glass at art. And about where you from a what you see or what you do. It's that expression. Okay and we want to express ourselves like everybody else. So we're asking for a chance to have people interpret that but we need infrastructure. We need more black breweries. We need more black. Brewers we need more black everything we started from the ground up. We from the mud. I got you. You know what this shales represent atlanta turkey nappy roots. I want to ask though like how do you feel about the price point of craft beer thing. That's a big factor in bridge in two other people with crap you pay for quality i think. Exactly because the brewers are using top notch quality products and to piggyback on. What is air said. The president of our leads. Bruce school you got to pay for good quality. You know you get what you pay for you know. You can't expect to to buy a lamborghini with a pontiac budget. The united donald for that the. Why would buy the lamborghini if i would add to. This is what separates craft beer from other beer. But not only that right that the rec- craft bist started out as a as a commodity amongst other people when you got the big three. They didn't do all they did was compete compete. Compete compete compete against drive. The little guys out. I mean oh. Give guys rush them. Beer came along with the whole new models. What we're seeing now. Is this model being morph into something more more different. So that means that craft beer at its essence was meant to bring people together right bigger. And that's and that's what it's about. It's not a black white beer. Green beer chinese beer as nba is here man. People who love in the data. That's it you know. Joe is just a matter where you come from what you gentrification is gender is coming. He has to say someone to take the hat off. They're not fit with the head head. You made a good point their skills with the price point that because there's a lot of people across a lot of demographics that it's tough to reach out to a ten dollar six pack of beer when you've got four and five and six dollars six packs but that's starting so look at this we look at this and like the brewery only gets i forget the exact figure but it's like eight cents on the dollar something that burr gets out of this. But if you've got for one crackers do not have the buying power in balk that anheuser-busch right For two you can't do a ten percent stout the same price you can't at three point two percent lager. You can't age something in barrels for two years in charge that so it's it's tough now. I do like having what i would call approachable or attainable craft beers. You know speaking of creature conferences or classic city lager. Now it's still around a nine dollar six pack But that's one. That's getting closer. You know you're not gonna get a craft beer for the price you get a bud light. You're just not gonna do well blue moon but look how far they had to to make it happen. Blue moon in any place like shop. I sheriff said the top of really greybeard craft beer definition. No but beer beer. And it's right over here and i really. The problem is the three tier system. Really wanna speak from this as again. This is william more down home Verma me as a black brewery that is on market for sale We come from different vantage point. Say from another brewery that is not a brewery of color that is looking you know coming from the same price point for a price point. That comes from an. I don't want to name names of areso here. But a brewery that has a little bit more capital than say a down home their price point and where they star is going to be way different. Compared to win you are coming from money. That's essentially coming from just stuff that you've gotten from family. Exxon you news you. I mean you're coming from the point to where when our price my beer at ten dollars for every six pack. That is gonna hit a little bit different from say a brewery. That's been around for eons. Best pricing at the same point is going to affect me a little bit different in a little bit more so then if a bigger beer company takes the hit on that six pack. That's nothing to them. That's a dingo in the car for me. That's a whole car crash. If that makes for me as a whole bumper right after that is their fifth biggest business done on their portfolio. But you know but you know what speaks to speaks to a deeper conversation needs to be had as far as far as the support. This out there okay. You essentially can't respect for individual that started from one point to reach another point in a certain time that another person that had a head start to reach at that same point that occurs in a lot of different realms and we could talk about that outside of beer. Sure if i started. And i had a four hundred year head. Start on something you know in craft beer. Let's say i had a thirty year head start on something. Where am i starting at really starting at the real real star or am i starting where i'm behind the eight ball already. So we're allies come in that. I really really want to express if you're an individual that you understand that this diversity in craft beer makes this thing better if you have the funds if you have the resources if you have the means to assist others than do that make sure that you're making sure that for every down home and every other beer that is not at that same. Starting point has the exact same capital to where they can eventually reached that and it's not going to diminish you at all what is gonna do is on top of make you ally is gonna make you essentially make the whole thing better. So and that's the biggest biggest thing we have thailand. And i'm sorry to bring it back to essentially systemic racism or systemic issues in our culture that we see but with our economy man. It gets much more wealth begins. Well the right. If you start off wealthy you're gonna end wealthy. If i started off poor and i started off from behind the eight ball. What else can i come from from that. You know. I have to catch up in the only way i can catch. Up is do my allies. But i want to believe in me. And i agree and i wanted to say one thing because i think this is an important clarification. All the stuff that william said was true. I wanna make sure that we put the city on our back and say the small guys. The quality is there right. The innovation the tastes the craft. Is there okay when you see a down home in his ten ninety nine in the store and you see whatever else nine ninety nine that does not mean that down home is is somehow less than it means exactly what he described. It is cost businesses supply chain so what we require from from our customers. Our constituents the people is to support identify and give us a chance and say look. I bought a down home. And it was damn good. And i'm gonna buy another and even though i could get something for a dollar less this dollar more than i'm gonna spend is craft right and it's worth it exact lonzo. We can also need to develop into the The three tier system because the system kind of put small guys like down home and every one else kind of puts you in shackles. So i'm not saying that the that the system doesn't work because it does because they offer distribution because as a small as a small company. You know i. I can't afford to hire drivers and things of that nature and pay for insurance bonding and things that need so they got all that stuff in place so we need that debt system in place but the fact is over years. They have abused at three to assist them to now. The distributors are now kind of like the pips. I don't wanna work not only a couple good examples. What you're talking about their corey. We were talking about. I don't remember if y'all were in the studio. This may have been before we went on air. But there's a brewery that was in the state of georgia outside burri clown shoes and they were with a distributor that stopped carrying beer and they said hey. We're not gonna carry. We're not gonna do beer anymore. Cloud she was like okay cole. We'll just release it so we can go to someone else. They're like no. No i don't the thing is is under the letter of the law. They can do that. They can shut them down. And you know. And that's if you have if you're a brewer and your with your distributor the way the laws are right now. That distributor has control over your brand. They kind of your they do right. Yes and that's the fundamental problem that we have because as much like just to put into perspective for the les mis hoop of all the people who are not into beer as much like if you saw a plumber for your new house. And his plumber. You paid his guy some money and he doesn't do the work then you say okay. Well i wanna new plumber. But then that plummer about law says that. You can't get new plumber. State of georgia. Right after i m you plunk and is then. I'm gonna let you out and does a chain into to piggyback off. That what we do. We understand right now that this system is locking is restricting the flow of innovation and creativity and is hindering ringing be like great new beers to the market as a consumer. What you're gonna do. Here's what you do you vote. You replace the people that are propagating the system and you bring new people in who are going to bring change that the call to action as radio is this is the blackest. Big as radio has probably ever been in a long time. All received his combat call on us. And to reply back to these people that are going to be a y'all's comments and they're going to be harassing yom harassing y'all but we got your back leaders. Y'all got they gonna what one time scales years ago. I don't know if you're gonna remember this but there was something someone was given us grief about something and you said you said something like minions to back you up. Said he says we're not thugs but we know people is beer. Guy's radio has been allied to everybody. A man has been a staple to the craft beer community. And if you don't stand up for beer guys radio. I'm stabbing anybody that you guys. These guys are the greatest people like some of the greatest people i know i introduced him as one of my best friends. I'm honored to say de lady who is also one of my really good friends i stay. Ms drinks new program really in these guys as well as you've heard me say it twice before on his on today that the craft beer industry in atlanta has been the most inclusive. We hadn't had any problems. Don't we're not. We're not here to police to situation. Woods is here to set a standard craft beer Black crab be is is as good as anything can get right. You know and And i wanna thank y'all man these guys have been with us.
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"On facebook. Twitter and instagram escalated quickly. I mean that really got out of hand fast now back to the beer guy's radio show welcome back the guy's radio show. If you enjoy the show. Please consider supporting us on patriotic. Just go to patriot dot com slash beer guys patriots. Get cool perks like guy swag and commercial free episodes now. Let's get back to atlanta turkey and the league elitist school. You know what we think. We set a record for the number of guests on a single shell. Oh for sure. they debra. Thank you for being a part of this historic moment for beer. Guy's radio and we're going to cover another angle of minorities in bruin we've talked about black brewers in we've got ladies that are brewing to of black ladies. Here we've got. We've got a lot of diversity in craft beer and y'all please forgive me if i miss anything or misquotes. Just correct me please. We chef gordon with penelope's culinary service correct with project south. I can't read my own writing here. Honey i'm sorry. We have presses with humanize blackness. And we have. Sarah josie who is one quarter of our culture brilliant correct. The first lady quit her logger. Actually the best bruin and loves like yay lock are nice. Josie of our culture is really amazing with making beer putting together recipes. And something different with it and we love having her part of of the loves infrastructure. Now this isn't it altogether there. Oh you know. I cannot remember her name now and i apologize for that but three or four years ago. The american homeowners association. The brewer of the year award they gave out was a black lady of the year. And i believe she owns her own brewery now or maybe she does danny oliver from island. I remember that doesn't sound. that could rewrite. I'll have to have to get my google see. I'm like that doesn't sound right bras. That could be right. That i have terrible memory like i would remember this ago. I had no. I'll say this real quick real quick of craft beer industry has been super inclusive for women and blacks. Yes now chef. We're gonna we're gonna start with you to talk a little bit to us here. Because every layer of of challenges you have of my minority adds an extra layer to how difficult things are correct so Being a black for being a female brewer. What are the unique challenges. You face in that position. He said i don't. I just take the beer. And i cook and you could. You made some rahman broth with a beer. Is that down-home brewery with stuff. That's not even on the market. Okay and then. I worked with our culture and we created a thai basil lager. It was good. It was good and we made and i did a rahman dinner. Okay so the whole thing was four courses. In every course was pair would be between our culture an down brewery who's been. I do beer dinner parties for times year and downtown brewery is my beer sponsor since day. One you also may be you. Wanted to. Black is beautiful where you made a dessert. A dessert sir would the black vegan chocolate cake. Yes i did that black. The black of the very serb with an and put it on top of chocolate cake and folks aided in fell out. It was great. I think we may have mentioned weathered souls briefly earlier but just a shout out to them for getting this. The black is beautiful movement going to raise awareness out there. The we've had some really horrible things happen this year in not just this year but you know all along but i think it really came to a head. This year that people started hopefully started paying attention to this. I remember when that news came out that they were doing that. I'm like well. I don't know if the other little out of san antonio texas i'm like i don't know if this will catch onto everywhere everywhere. Everybody's doing it's it's very. Well you know what they base it off the resilience kind of ideal shirt you know. And it's like everybody pooling their resources together and taking the benefits of those proceeds and putting it towards cause and it was for social injustice. Is where it really came from for them to do. Black is beautiful. So that's the amazing part of even from The craft beer side is when you need to pull the people together for a common cause beer. We'll be the common denominator for the most part. And i think that's what's so dope about it is that we can also do that from the blackout or the whiteside or the craft beer side. It doesn't matter is. We're working together as americans working for common cause because there's only you know we're human beings at the bottom of it beers and idea nathan inception of it in the history of it and that's what we're about whether it's so bras our culture down-home atlanta off the wall. You know konso in the go go working together as a collective to really put the point that we can work together to get the culture and community together to work for one thing so everybody together. Absolutely let's talk to you a little bit since you dubroux and we had. You're like said you're lager earlier. Very good beer. So what are the unique challenges to you or to female in the industry. I think that women as the original brewers kind of get and get pushed to the back burner. But i think that there is a lot that they have to offer and i am incredibly inspired by going back to africa and seeing all of the wonderful things that people have been doing since the beginning and also seeing the support of the other members of leaders of the bruce school making sure that women get incorporated. Seeing people like cory from soul brothers brewing. Making sure that women and groups like craft connect get incorporated into the brewing industry. That we don't get forgotten. Even the black people love beer and the lack is beautiful initiatives. Making sure that women have a seat at the table even if it's women chefs even if they're not originally brewers they are able to con- tribute unique ideas and perspectives. To that. that's awesome. Yeah that and and you know. It's something you'll i normal little bit ignorant insane saying this but it's like why is this even an issue you know and i think we all should probably think that if you like beer in your cool person you know. Let's let's hang out and have a beer with a so seems pretty simple. Yeah absolutely like stigmatize. Women love wine and they don't love air but there's a multitude of yes. Wonderful flavor is being offered and beer. That isn't even tapped on wine. And i think that that's really incredibly important. And then also the fact that women are coming in with a unique perspective and just energy to be a part of this industry. And i think that because it's been so industrializes like you're lifting fifty foot lotter tons and kegs and things like that that it's like okay. Women can't be involved but there are definitely ways to bring women and a lot of women are heading front of houses and making sure that top rooms are running smoothly and heading initiatives. So that's an absolutely no talking about. It's hard on women. After to really exactly josie talking about women in the the attitudes air one of the owners of beer guy's radio is is a female so becky smalls so so. Were you at becky becky. We've been with her when people just they ignore really. You know. we'll be there as a group in brewers will talk directly to us and act like she's just kind of in the background there absolutely. I'm like okay. Excuse me.
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"Yeah realize how expensive it was so you know what if you go up there maybe for some pulled pork or chicken and you want to get something a little special to go along with their see the seller lists checking nights also available on tap. You can look up the venue there and check it out so Definitely some good stuff there. Bryan you know what you don't get any news time no news. Oh no you want to just tell the headlines of it. What were you gonna talk was gonna talk about the home brewers association publishing their twenty twenty List of the best beers in america spoiler alert bells too hard. Al wanted again and rushing rivers the elder up to second place again again and something interesting. Y'all may want to look up. More info guinness has a zero alcohol version. Zero points their stout coming out soon so work for four years to get it right. How about that. That'll be interesting to see how guinness does with they're not gonna do it halfheartedly. So you can have to check out. They spent four years on it. Come out well absolutely. I think we'll you're listening to the beer guy's radio show. We do need to take a break. But we'll be back very soon with atlanta and.
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"Week we are talking with atlanta turkey brewing and leaders of the bruce school. I'm tim denison with me. As always as my good friend and co host chubby deville that shelbyville. I'm glad you're joining us today. We have a lot of people to prostitute even more than we've ever had in. It is yes here. I'm gonna try to get through all the names. I'm probably gonna forget some people. Obviously we've got fish scales and skinny deville of atlanta. Easy show was not happy. Russillo right right. So we've got We've got a consultant with leaders of the bruce school. She's to cheers. We got some other people sitting around. That aren't on the mike at the moment. We've got isaiah josie from our culture we've got will from down-home we've got cory from soul brothers. We've got chef. Gordon and i think i might have missed a few people because a few people snuck in later but They're also here. You're still you're still very just yet but you're still important it is. Yeah yeah we're gonna talk about what's going to happen with that line talk open and You get into diversity in craft beer guys everybody. Thanks for joining us man. thanks for having. Here's yeah absolutely. We've been drinking some good beers here. We've actually had. We've had a couple of the nappy roots beers. The atlanta see. I always say nappy roots. But it's officially atlanta's definitely atlanta men. Thank you for having us absolutely. It's been awhile since we've been here. The last time was very quite memorable. The my recollection or forgotten. Thank you yeah thank you. Man has changed since we brew beer with you and your man. We've come a long way man. So now yes is definitely atlanta allen turkey bruins now officially a thing Been thing for the last two years since we had a business license or whatnot. But now we have a brick and mortar location and We have the opportunity now to make bear on the one burrow system where we can yield about five barrels. When once we really get going it's going gonna be fine man. We'll start off small build idea to You know mesh hip hop in craft beer. And i'm have a good time doing it man. That's awesome nat. Bruce was twenty years. I think we can do craft beer for the next one. Sounds good to me. That's i forget which beer was. It was being brewed at monday night. Bruin is man three years ago right. I think and at that time i think was just kind of very launch point of view. Guys getting serious about beer right right through this. We probably wasn't even fully syria at that point okay mic so we will we met you was definitely developing to pass info craft beer and we was still trying to learn. It was fry ports our first beer. And i'll two thousand fifteen to be exact and here we are now and i mean if you're gonna go go all in right jumping with both feet and you guys sure. Have you been collaborating all across the country. Correct start out with a couple little local collaborations here. And then you're tore is called the great american beer run tour when you're out on the road right was until covert hits you for kobe. Yeah that is correct. Yet was the great american beer. But that's on our way to the really This year what was going to do different was on. We actually had two beers lined up for the cities. We're about to go into okay. And i'm the first one we did was in whitefish montana. It was a country fried session that we had set up with them and they had to be made in ready. We they had it at the venue. I felt like that was big sometime in february. That happened and so the there. We had the event after the The the show at brewery and then we drove back to atlanta and then it just went south so that might have been the beginning of march. I was gonna say anything. I last show which is the first time we actually had the collaboration actually meet us with our tour date. Okay goal was to do that throughout the The country this year. That's pretty awesome and have those things and build up atlanta turkey. That way to where you can get our beard nationwide through issues torn. We would set up to one hundred shows this year like we normally do back with on that time and how naive i was. I had no idea that a global pandemic would have a song. We had no idea how good it was. Have you can just go outside anytime. You know bands. Yeah bryan have you done any collaborations or opening any breweries. this week. I have not. But i did get into my cellar and drank a few older beers drinking through the seller. Because that's kind of one of my hobbies during the pandemic continues to go on i- i hit a artisan barely bible belt from two thousand seventeen was in collaboration with evil twin. Quite good held up. Well apparently there was some Some chili peppers that were supposed to be in. The weren't really present anymore at this point in time. I still thought it was really good. Beer quite tasty. Also got into an old wicked. We'd from back in two thousand fifteen the The bredbury and that was pretty nice. It was pretty good. I kind of miss the miss them being craft beer. Tim i really do how about you. What did you get. You know pretty pretty easy week. We dip down to hapeville two arches bruin this past weekend. We've actually got your brought some talkie mud. Yes we here but we. We did get to sample it. Out of the tank said for we walked up and popped up. You didn't have no no we wanted you to. You never show your hand. I have to ask now. I have to ask you guys. Is it always better off to tell. I can tell you this. I think this is the best version that i've had I really enjoyed what we had. But these cans are just as good. So that's it. I like the chocolate noten in this version of it. So i'm digging it man so that's not. The arts is man really solid beer. Yeah that's we got to try the The one he just did with our friend. Carolina did the pumpkin spice lager basic witch. That now and one. They've got coming for their anniversary. A wine barrel aged english barley. I think it was pr. I couldn't remember the line do but that was really good. Very jammie very fruity great stuff. What's the one that's the talian. Styles joint spread satura italian arises. That's the space barossa. So i'm glad you mentioned allen because do you know much about italian pills. Are you familiar with that style. Not at up so that was something. They're they're kind of trendy right now. Several of them kind of pop around in atlanta and around the country. Also why is that similar to stela so an italian pills so essentially in very simplified terms and italian pills is a german style pills dry hopped with european hops over the called noble hops. And it's supposed to be very big on the hop roman now. We found some information that i forget the gentleman's name but he did. It's the guy that bruce is at Bertha co italian which is the first place to ever do. An italian pills are tito pills pills. And he said that. That's an oversimplification. Just say german pills withdraw. He said that's an over several nation. He said because a lot of the brewers drying out a little too much and they should have some malt character to him. You should notice that malt character is shouldn't be too dry. You should have that body but the hops. Unlike most pills the hops are the focal point of these italian pills. You want to notice those big european hopson. Bigger roma big hop flavor. So that's what really sets them apart. But they shouldn't be bone-dry all hops. You know it shouldn't be like hop water base. Okay shooting for a lot of balance there. It's kind of like the italian approach to food. Apply to beer. So they're looking for balance. They want it to be big juicy and rich but they wanted to all play together. Nice not have anything. Stick out too much and just be awkward. Balance will get hops character there for sure for sure. Well tim. i think we should talk about the week. Now it's time for our beer's of the week brought to you by the net craft beer and barbecue and downtown kennesaw georgia. The nest kennesaw dot com. Brian as always got a great fearless to get into. We've already had several and some of the fellas from leaders of the school. We have down home. Brewing brought a couple of years. We have some our culture brewing. We have some here from nappy roots. That they've done with arches bruin and scofflaw bruins. So we've got just a ton of really good beer to get into. I don't even know if. I should mention many more brian so but i did want to say thank you to the nest for sponsoring this segment beer and barbecue in kennesaw georgia and brian. Did you know that. In addition to their basic tap all there which they've got a ton on tap though have a really nice seller list available. I actually was aware that they had some..
"craft" Discussed on Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast
"All the beer guys on facebook twitter and instagram. And believe you might declerk now back to. The beard is radio show. Welcome back to guy's radio show. If you enjoy the show. Please consider supporting us on patriots. Just got patriot. Dot com slash. Beer guys patriots. Get cool perks. Like beer guys. Swag and commercial free episodes. Now let's get back to braves brewing company philip as we roll into the four segment here. We've tasted the rainbow throughout the show. Here we've tasted all the beers and were were moved. We're gonna try and double up this segment because we don't want to miss out so we've got your oatmeal stout right now and i believe this a. g. a. b. f. award winning correct. It is. Yeah that was silver yep over for that and then bronze for the Barely gravitas. Advertise yeah that was a funny one. I mean you can imagine a whole auditorium. Full the brewers right of course not alcoholic category comes opt like Snickers and then you know boom You know Gravitas barely not alcoholic Stout like you know and then then. We got silver for the oatmeal stout. Because like i think in a sweep it fortunately get the gold but hoax collective. That would have been pretty cool. It was not just for us. But i think for the whole category in general share. Now you mentioned kind of mumble and snickers without what kind of response you get from other brewers do you hear much from other brewers about the bears. I think you know when we first started. It was the same response from the public. It's like what's the point like. I don't get it. You know blah blah blah. But i think in the past just like six or seven months to a whole different thing now think we sort of gained the respect of fellow brewers when it come and see allows just like how we do it in a way. It's okay it's all good there. It commodity they mentioned the gravitas. As i'm going to have to assume that is not a bourbon. Barrel due to the alcohol is just just some good old oak. It's bourbon barrel but it's a very quick quick process doesn't send someone would provide long. But yeah kinda crazy but there's other things that we do to sort of limit the ab intake the obviously a three or four percent. Yeah out but yeah. I mean everyone else does does their sort of boozy barricades around holidays a about two years ago. I said let's try a boy. Has that beer really do for online customers. We only make hundred cases super labor of love. We i hand bottle. It a hand label. It had cap it You know it's beautiful black matte Champagne five ten us replying bottles bottles right right. So it's not like within maybe ten fifteen minutes. That's what i was gonna say. People talk talking about the in a beer. I've seen as i mentioned. Athletics is sponsored. The show so we've kind of follow what they've done and there have been several beers if they've released like hey. These are going to go on sale at this time. They're sold out. Limited passes fast. I mean this is like the days of. I remember this with Well black tuesday's a great example. I remember getting online and wait. And if you didn't click it just as soon as it went on sale it was gone so it's getting these others. Obviously plenty of people out there looking for these fears. That was that was a fun time back in those days sitting furniture hour refreshing trying to get hat your cart but the website crashed. Yeah thank goodness for technology that we don't have to chase trucks anymore. We can do it from the comfort and laziness our wonderful thing. So you mentioned earlier that you have a you've just got into a new facility. Tell us about that. What kind of volume or you cranking out these days of the variety. Yeah so again. We were like most Fellow neighbors were contracting longtime and it just became too attic again. I think we we spent more on a rental trucks. The past year than i did on. I don't know grains and offs because we're moving stuff around the different facilities in contracting little bottling or mobile canning so finally earlier this year. we said it's time for us to get back into our facility Found one you know. The choice was to whether whether to sort of sit there and build out facility but Was fortunate enough to find a facility. Anaheim i've just been built on. Fortunately the owners were looking for a partner. Sunday do some differentiated. So we sort of took over Over the place and Least taproom back to them and took them production and so we have in this facility. We have the capability to twenty five thousand barrels. I would say if all things Deposits good yeah production. Yeah yeah so It's it's a sizable facility. Well-built us in the art. And we're very happy to be back into our own. So yeah you mentioned in the taproom back to another brew. Do you have a tap room for your bruce. Yes oh within the tap. Room's tapper with tapper which we because we're in a really four and we do a lot of our beer in taproom but really more for accounts buyers and things like that is sort of a non drinker because they don't want them by themselves. Everyone comes in if you ever. If you're a drinker you have a non drinker friend. If you're non drinker you have a drinker front. So a little bit of a both felt that was important. Write for consumer that's handy. You've got the regular beer and you know you've got the non alcoholic their entire section and baru dedicated to. It's not like that. We produce this one thing. No no we have the entire lineup. And we've we've talked to several breweries. Here are laws of changed a lot phillip in the last few years here really. We just got direct sales and some other things but so lot of our breweries are doing things. They're trying to get a. They want to appeal to a larger crowd. Of course seltzer as much as as i'm not. A fan of craft seltzer a lot of people do and they're very successful with it. But i was talking to a bird today. Dry county brewing. They do spirits. They've got cider you know they do The vodka drinks in the taproom in that. So it's something where you know. A brewery doesn't just appeal to a beer drinker and you can get troubling there. You can get someone who does that and they. You know whether you're talking non alcoholic you're talking. You know gluten free or things like that. Have a more options at definitely opens it up to get more people in your tap from there. Yeah i think we're all mo right from getting inclusivity right going back to my friend who is embarrassed right so no matter what the reason is or what you want a drink. I think to offer sort of a little bit of everything. Like you said is the way to go. Yeah absolutely now speaking of of offerings there. Do you find. We talked a little bit. About what the goza like your drinkers one of the little sweeter a little less sour. Do you find that. Non alcoholic drinkers. Do the pallets mirror that of craft drinkers are a little different desires. There yeah it's hard to generalize Everyone has different tastes insurance pens on their background. Right some of the You know we have a lot of crappier for mcgrath drinkers. We have a lot of maybe people on through the older end that you really enjoy crappier. They came from you. Know the the bud. Light coors light for the tools and so they're looking for some a little bit lighter. You know it really depends. There's so many different backgrounds again. Going back to inclusivity reasons why you're drinking. That's kind of why we offer a little bit of everything. You got any hazy milkshake. Ipalco north any any so As much as i love to look at the end of the day we have to sell some beer and and really share a piece. Kinda why you know in a perfect world. I'd have five. Ipa's exactly hagia hazier milkshakes. But i think for us you know we kind of have to go in the middle of the road so our. It is not super bitter. It's not super dry of again if we could do a west coast a hazy native. I think we'd be pretty good shape you know but I think the cage release with the lactose or something else might were definitely definitely could see abe your head in that way because like you said if you look at this i'm guessing maybe even as little as ten years ago your options were the oh duels all out there so the fact that right now on our on our studio table here. We've got a peanut butter stout oatmeal stout an ip a goza and all that that are all non alcoholic just shows where it's come so who knows what the who knows what tomorrow if we make it out of twenty twenty. That's joke about like. Are we going to see a pastry. Well this peanut butter stout is not far removed from it. Is this something. It's a regular deal or is this a one off for you. The so the dow it was sort of surprising because it's personally one of my favorite beers right again. Going back to the belching beaver peanut butter milk stout and so i decided hey. Let's just give it a try. And oh.
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"Follow the beer guys on facebook twitter and instagram now. Back to the beer guy's radio show welcome back to guys radio show. I wanted to give a quick shout out to one of our great radio affiliates k. f. a. r. six six thirty am and ninety seven point five fm in fairbanks alaska kits. Your guy's radio on kfi every saturday at twelve a m. That's midnight alaska standards last one of my favorite stand funeral brian. The beer guy's radio goes all the way from fairbanks alaska to the us virgin islands. I have heard this stress and brian. I've got breaking news force. We have a brand new station. You just you just got this week. Actually just got the email on it w w out of springfield illinois that is ninety two point settlement adding guys ready to your lineup. And you can listen to us on saturdays and sundays at two. Pm central time. Welcome to the beer guys family. All right let's get back to barabbas brewing. Let's do a man absolutely so philip. We were talking I think we we talked some about shipping and Get your beers out there. We dipped a little bit into this alcoholic. Beer for you personally. What is your percentage. Do you drink more non alcoholic beer alcohol beer alcoholic beer. You know. i'm sort of a bit old school. I always feel like beer. You know going back to when we were. We were sort of younger period. Cold and fast and a lot of them. And so for me. You know my go to some of the big macro loggers but you know for the most part. I love love craft beer sampling constantly. Just looking for new things new way to sort of either personally. Or maybe bring on a stall Jerk so what kind of styles have you been looking into. What we can do is look at sort of west popular right. This is a business after all so we wanted to. You know as much as i do some seasonal releases right like the like the We do a barrel aged not scout out which is amazing. Sounds kind of a bit of a paradox. but it's i think it was one of the world's first barely edged a non alcoholic beers but And then so we the seasonals but I usually look at styles sort of people enjoy in. And so it's kind of why we have our lineup. It is what it is right now. Excuse hombre alright for the fat tire crowd and the white male for the blue moon crowd. The surveys for the chronic crowd. I obviously is a given an stout right and so sure. Are there any styles that just the non-alcholic process makes it challenging bruiser any limitations there. Yeah i think with the lighter beers. It's always tough We brought up the next logger and it's a great beer but it's something we we have to do again and again to perfect does not much going on right in the logger in a lifestyle shot. So it's a it's a mall in mexico a little bit of an adjunct Sorta way and so we have to sort of Refine refined change up. The process brew brewed again. And it drives my my brewer A net a sort of crazy in that. I don't really pilot a lot of just say let's just make one hundred hundred fifty zero batch this and change it is we need to next time but You know it's it's it's fun though with non alcoholic lamb bixby possible. I mean yeah. Sure why not. Yeah i think there's there's a way to do most styles If there's something going on beards it's usually easier for a style right again if it's if it's an ip hops right if it's a stout it's the roasti mauled seen with the amberg why ragged that orange citrus in it to some degree in the coriander so those styles i think work well for a against sort of the lighter stuff where there's not much to highline that's That because i mean if you're if you're not bringing the alcohol in there whether or not you taste the alcohol in a beer it does add to the overall flavor profiling so even if it's not you know punching the mouth at nineteen point two percent like a black tuesday. It's still in there so that's something you would before we drank the goes. I'm like you know i could see this. Being a style that would lend itself to non alcoholic beer. Well because if you do a kettle souring it doesn't add alcohol interests our there or you can just add the lactic acid to it it up so i kind of figured that that would be one. That would be pretty easy to take. I won't say easy. Maybe that's not the right word but it will lend itself well to a non alcoholic version. Exactly it's set up in such a way that you could derive a lot of flavor without having to need the alcohol. Yeah and you notice. That's another benefit philip. We've talked about this For the health conscious crowd the people can also have some of these beers and save some calories to that right. that's right. Yeah beers around one hundred calories which sounds like a lot compared to normal graph beards probably around half of it as probably to two hundred fifty calories. You know sam amount of sugar and carbs right. It's hard to avoid with malt but I'm definitely lighter. Both on a taste in the lighter for your gut into you know. I don't think a lot of people think about calories with beverages and brian. You and i had a conversation last weekend about About calories in sodas in just sugar in general so we did some googling and there's forty grams of thirty nine grams of sugar. In a twelve ounce cole and a teaspoon of sugar is four grams. So we're talking. To twelve ounce can of coke has ten teaspoons of sugar in it. Now can you imagine to relate that imagining getting a twelve ounce coffee which is a small coffee most places yeah and then dumped ten teaspoons of sugar in it. If you're a person who puts four teaspoons sugar in your coffee. people are like. Oh that's hold on. Hold on their to get the diabetes as to take a sip of their coq. So this black tuesday nineteen point two percent issue. How many calories do you think we haven't a seven hundred fifty milliliter baugh cheese up the tough one I'm going to say three hundred. Three hundred hurt three hundred. That would be nice man. I would drink all day. They're so a seven hundred fifty milliliter bottle of black tuesday. That's twenty six ounces. Approximately twenty five point three. I think so. Yes slightly over two thousand calories. No kidding yeah in a seven fifty of black tuesday so we broke that down to an eight ounce. Pour which these big big beers like that. That's typically what you're to get about eight ounce pour. How many calories do your quick math brian. How many calories do we have an eight ounce. Pour that beer. I would say around eight hundred calories six hundred sixteen. Okay all right if you papa. Full twelve ounces. There's nine hundred. Twenty four keller's brian so i would challenge anybody to drink that much a lack tuesday. I'm that's days a days. Where the calories.
"craft" Discussed on Craft Hangout
"Are there skills from your life in fashion that you were able to apply to your soap business absolutely? Honestly Shadow to lead because she knew she played a huge part in that. I didn't know we work together once. Did. I didn't know Jack Shit about illustrator. Photoshop McKay didn't I. think that company that Leeann I. Both worked for was my first experience in illustrated photoshop, so I had to learn. And leaves looking at me like girls just president <unk>. I did that in six years later? I'm like making Tech Paxton. I'm now I'm making my own illustrating branding in designing my own packaging <unk>, but I couldn't have done that if it wasn't for the or me working in industry for six years doing that same exact thing over over over day in day out and. Honestly, I would've never at me. Personally I wouldn't never acts or hire someone to do branding because I know like I know Kinda how to do that myself so. I'm jobless. I got all this free time ahead. Illustrator on my computer giant screen <unk> see we could do and then. I came into the world of like. Seeing brands grow on on instagram and in looking at packaging. Going out in like looking at what is all out on the market and men kind of just mimicking that. Trying to exercise my skill, speaking of your design background and your web of Brandon, your visuals tell of really cohesive brand story from the product to the Brandon into the photography. Everything has a really specific style. So what are some techniques used to get everything aligned in your aesthetic? Yeah, I'm Tumbler. Avid, Tom Moore gather all my feels, and all my moods, and the places that want to go in place the travel to and how I want my home till the glide in the future. How pretty much just like kind kind of <unk> trying to get to wear want to get to in like twenty years I guess. That's how I guess best, but but I will say this. That's my method now. My method before was everything was heavily heavily inspired by what I saw on social media to be completely honest with you. I think that's how many people start out. They have like look at what everyone else is doing at Don. KNAPP for like two years and I was just like it just wasn't working for me so now. I have to like go into. into myself going to my mind because I know, I know I'm an incredible human being and I. Know that whatever's up here is insane and I'm pretty sure that somebody out there in the world feels how I feel or have had not how I feel. That's how I organize. My images are my fields tumbler. Temperature is a great community of people just like Instagram, but it's less political. It's less chatty. It's really just about images and Pinterest But. I guess you would say. Tumbler would be like my my thing so basically. You're using Tumbler to get your as you call. It feels together to build your mood to figure out your mindset, and then by gathering that at helps, make your vision clearer absolutely and I. Just want to point out i. think the fact that you mentioned you're. You're building that based on where you want to be in twenty years. Instead of what's hot now be my favorite piece of branding advice. We've ever heard from any guests like it makes so much sense. It's inspirational and I totally. It links up now with what I've been seeing on your feed like I. Get it now. It's a vision rather than you know trying to. Fit in late on trend yeah it's. <unk> notice if you scroll back far enough. Everything was very Prada Teddy. Product product product product after a while. It's like okay. We know he's also of okay. Know you make so <unk> and I didn't feel. I was growing in also didn't feel like connecting. It just felt like I was selling selling selling, and I see that most instagram's fail that way because. They're just so focused on. Here's myself. Here's my so here's. My so here's the every five minutes every day and <hes>. I said you know what. I see okay, so you see those instagrams that you you come across. They don't sell anything. They're just instagram you noticed. You see one go, and then you're scrolling next thing you know you're on it, but thirty minutes on this whole issue because you've just been absorbed, went down. A radical of just feels, and you connect with the a now now when you're done. Okay, let me go the late. Let me. See what's going. Let me see what these people do. That's what I'm. That's what I WANNA be. That's what I want. The instagram to be in that town draw people in because. The so at the end of the day. seriously. It's salt at the end of the day right in there, so many people out there making so you can go outside right now in fine soap anywhere, but the connection to it in the emotion that comes along with that is what matters most in that. I'm finding most success.
"craft" Discussed on Craft Hangout
"After the pandemic hit, you went into full on crafty soloist crisis mode. Can you tell us about so the curve flat? I find if I'm really starting to feel sad or depressed or things are out of control. Best way for me to get out of that is to kind of figure out how I can help other people so when I'm starting to like feel out of control of some like okay well, what can I do? What changes can I effect and I remember my friend. Because, this was like this was mid March and nobody was wearing masks or anything, but then we started to see these things like okay. We don't have enough PP. Lake where the US, and all of these nurses and doctors, and not to mention all the facilities as we learned didn't have proper PPA, I saw somebody. Share an article about homemade masks, and like me I've in fashion and kind of analytical, so I start researching CDC. What can you do it? Like what actually did? He's masks do and so the CDC actually recommended homemade masks. Masks as supplemental PP something that would put over your n ninety five masks that would help prolong them, so I saw a couple of my friends started posting pictures of like Oh. We're making masks, and then as I have an idea, let's start. Let's start a group in those this altogether, so it started spiralling from there and I was like all right. We need good Hashtag. No the curve. Nice we got that going and then all of a sudden, all my friends, everybody, it just happened to a collective want of everybody wanting to help and feeling helpless in so all of my friends that are like crafty and people i. don't know in just started joining this facebook group, and then we just kind of started figuring out. Okay. Well, what do we do? First of all like what fabrics us. What's the pattern that we should use like? How are we going to distribute? That's how are we going to organize all this? How are we going to aggregate all of these volunteers and her them altogether, it just so happened that I have a bunch of amazing friends at all came together. That ran small businesses, and all said and we started this group. We started this website this huge base that they're just collecting and you know filling out contracts and sending masks all over the country so Laura, so the curve flat, very unique concept people I'm sure have seen you know Christian. And, all these designers putting their fashion aside and making actually very fashionable masks, but you guys did for so. The curve flat wasn't just a bunch of makers making masks. You approach to a different way. Can you kind of? A little bit basically I wanted to organize the home slowest and the people that might not have the big social media, or like Christian Syria, who or who aren't like professional seamstresses or costume acres, but they're still very talented home sellers so the way that I approached. It is I just wanted everything to be really easy and clear and focused, and you know, let the people who are cost you, makers or other kind of fabricators let them. Them do what they're good at the best fabric to use as like tight, we cotton, which is basically used for quilting, so it was all adding, so it was <hes>. Just all of these homes sours. Mom's like sitting around and what was cool about it? We were trying to place and people were emailing us like facilities, shelters and healthcare facilities, but at the same time we were working out everything in the back end. We kind of worth. Worth spending enough time on the front end like me while this is all going down and it was great because it took my mind off of the crazy at work. My husband sick and I was just like all right. No work focused on this and everybody will be like well. Why can't we make booties or get surgical cap or gowns or something and I'm like okay. Know what we're. GonNa do is organize all these people who know. Know How to sell at home. We're going to streamline it and these are the two masks that we are confident are going to be of some help and people can use, and it was great, because then it. All these other people started popping up and it would be. People Kinda like us. That would organiz older people who were quilters like quilting, circles and stuff
"craft" Discussed on Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast
"O'brien brian. We have an excellent selection here. We did a little pre game and so stand brought us a couple beers and stay. Can you tell us a little bit about these because i think you've got more details. We have a grudge. Iska grudge isky while it's from <hes>. This one's actually <hes> there a._p._a. Am it but it is from the brewery in the town of grotesque most those famous for making the the only made one style beer which is co gysky which one hundred per it's made with one hundred percents smoke wheat malt up for about five hundred years <hes> the brewery closed in the late nineteen ninety s has recently been revived reopened in two thousand fifteen and and they primarily ideal was to make or gysky beer but it's a smokeybear smoke beer is not an easy sell so the other bureau brought his from live oak brewing and austin texas and that's a wonderful example of grochowski which you can get on a year round basis there so it's a nice three percent beer very smokey and dan pretty happy as well so we have an american style beer from a polish burry and a polish style beer for american burry correct in other than the baltic porter in poland. Among crapper is now and there are hundreds of craft breweries air making mostly american style beers as we have a whole lot of hazy beers. There are some cezanne and stuff like that and then there's pastry everything really even even the poor. Polish are getting the pastry south on the hazy. Why not what's the polish word for hazy easy. Okay what what am i think so too dense actually epa okay. Epa is what they pronounce it. As an end that's also true and much of south america. Uh so people go ahead noticed that estonian. Is it estonian brewing. The paula paula yeah that they talk about foreign burris because can't say their names. Oh yeah exactly right a lot of their stuff. Cata is kind of on the verge of being a pastry star. Love all of it that i've ever had but <hes> yeah so i i didn't realize that it was such a a fan base for those styles of beer over in that part of it when you go to the true in germany works. It's hard to make inroads when you talk to the german brewers. If you say what does craft craft beer means to them craft beer means not from here and most.
"craft" Discussed on hopnology: Hop Growing and Brewing for Craft Beer
"Nope me neither they're buying for a party or a barbecue or something and trying to trying to figure out what is balanced all the time trying to find a balance of the right beers that people will enjoy and as a from a bruin perspective. I love when i can pick up variety pack of something and i can try things. Sometimes it works well. Sometimes it doesn't but too often you're trapped into a four or a six pack of beer and if it's you know vietnamese coffee stout. You may not be happy with how that ends up with yeah that was back in the day. Hey sam adams used to make a case or twelve dollars. Twelve pack of bottles <hes> have <hes> three bottles of four different types of beer in it and that was the only place that you could get distributed scotch ale that they made that was sam adams. They did the same thing with their cherry wheat. During the winter they only put it in their multi pack. Remember waiting for that winter one because i loved their cherry wheat beer i love i love that scotch ale but you could not get it outside of their variety pack anywhere yep yep <hes>. Who was it saranac at ethics matt. They used to do the same thing with a beer. They're black forest which is low and you could only get it in that in that brian pack. I wonder what the what the marketing decision is around that. It's it's not maybe a big enough distribution market for that specific beer or was it. Did they purposely no. It had a big draw so let's throw some of our other stuff in the variety pack so that we can move it. I would think that's a bad idea but maybe that's what i don't know i. I guess i guess it depends it. I i love the variety pack concept and you don't see it as often. I know who is a two roads by me. Does their buses beers. It's a it's a cardboard box with eight cans ends four different beers two of each and the cardboard wall gathers that but you know you're going on a campout you throw that in the cooler boom. You got a little something for everyone so i guess when i'm purchasing for myself i will buy what i want and have multiple of the what i want if i'm buying for others if i were if i were to have have a barbecue here tomorrow i would probably end up with a couple of those types of variety packs. Just so there's there are choices and yet there are so many people. I know oh who just kind of look in there and go. Is that sam adams. I like sam adams will sam adams makes a dozen different varieties. Do you know what kind of picking up it sam adams right. We we spoke a little bit at the very beginning here about de by the old the thing you know versus the thing you don't know so they they've been asking the question the last couple of years how often if at all do you purchase a craft beer brands that you've never seen advertising for or heard of something just brand new to you and in twenty nineteen in the survey they just did twenty. One percent of people said yeah. I will do that to a large degree. I'll just buy something thing. That looks interesting. So that's your segment yeah. That's me that's me. I i will and i happen to love the the beer store model of make your around six pack because i make my own sampler. I try a bunch of stuff. What's interesting is that twenty. One percent has been declining year after year after year. It was twenty ninety six percent last year. It was twenty nine percent the year before that. It was thirty five year before that now that may be because there were there were less choices out there. There were new entries into the market. Were were more exciting than oo something new whereas now there's so much something new. It's it's a little less of thing what do you what do you think i'm gonna say well. Let's think about it so if you had more if there's more and more and more out there you should you have such a wide variety to choose from. I would expect that number to stay stable or go. Go up a little bit because there's so much detri- <hes> but it's dropping and what that tells me at least the reason why i don't do that is because as i am when you look at the odds i'm more likely than not to get stung because there are so many brewers that released should not be brewing anything and the beer is bad. It's just bad beer and i know in the wisconsin brewers guild about three or four years ago. We had a big summit talking about the is very fact that you know as as members of the guild we police each other because you can't be putting out bad beer just because you've gotta make beer and it's a it's a it's an issue i would think that at least a portion of the decline of people just going out and trying random new things is the fact that that relent wheels not in your favor young james but but i do and it's interesting because you know we talk about as i i like an i._p. If it's good hype and the the chance of me stumbling onto a bad one one in unbalanced one is much higher than stumbling onto a good one. I would end for i._p._a.'s if the trend of putting the hot variety any on the six pack or whatever on the outside of it is is a blessing for me because if it says mosaic simcoe or any of these other tree hops i just avoid it because those are gross right and i'll say l. for some traditional rate made with you know whatever and i'll be like okay. I'll give that a shot so in terms of that purchase decision of new variety. I found that quote. I was looking for earlier and it was actually by the c._e._o. Of stone brewing which is out in california there're a large regional player and you go yep and they actually grew two percent last year which is tremendous victory considering that segment of the market kit and how they've done so here's what their c._e._o. Said i'm just gonna read this flat out because i think it's interesting craft beer. Fans are having the time of their lives with so many beers to choose from they become what we refer to as promiscuous in their beer choices so large brands like stone which achieved an incredible feat of distribution are less urgent urgent purchase when there's such a high volume of options around every corner the solution we double down on good beer so it's the point i was making before four. I think it was using dogfish. Head is the example where i can find that anywhere. It's a good fallback but i i'm going to look for something new and that does not help up these regional guys at all no but i'm the other way if i'm going to party and and i don't want to have to gamble. I want to have a sure thing in my beer because while i am like the last guy you want to bring beer to a party but the it'd be like me in the in the two old guys drinking you know it's like i'll snag new glares <hes> because everybody in state knows who they are and they make damn good solid beer <hes> as opposed to somebody like carbon brewing here in madison that makes something called fantasy factory which is a hot mess of a nasty ass west coast i._p. And there's so much of sitting on the shelves that it's aging and as do not age will in the age very quickly so with as much as there is on the shelf self to choose from those skews aren't moving and turning over as fast as they used to and so the odds are i'm going to get one that is stale or on its way out so why would i do that yup and that's a really good distinction what you're saying. There is if you're going to a party in your bringing something you go with. What's safe and that's it off. I want to get something for me. I'm gonna get you know here at home. I'm going to get something that i enjoy and there's just i have too much other excitement in my life than to gamble on beer at this point as we could spend a whole episode talking about flights and and the mindset around komo taproom time but that's what the experimentation comes in and i i'll do that yeah i mean we you talked to any brewer and they'll tell you the difference between their pint beers and their their flight beers. We've talked before a bit about the <hes> the saturation point of these varieties of at what point does is your brain just melt trying to figure out what you're looking at on the shelf and it's interesting because the brewers association they they titled the section. The mix is just just about right and i'm going to respectfully disagree with them. Because when thirty five percent of the people you survey say there are too many choices that mixes not about right no not at all so thirty five percents of their too many choices fifty two percent. It's just right and thirteen percent said not enough chat well. Those people are never going to be happy like me but on the other side of the spectrum so i mean that perspective and we've talked before about packaging and looking down the aisle it can be fatiguing especially if you are looking for something new and different on just figuring out what it is you're looking for and i would say i think we're spoiled though here certainly in the states with the variety that we have but our friends and our listening in other countries you you know they may their markets may just be expanding right now and so for them. It's an exciting time but for us say you know we're fatigued over here. We are we absolutely are. There's it's a wonderful time to be a beer drinker and i think back ten fifteen years ago when we were saying the same things about coffee when all of a sudden we had coffee choices choices wasn't just maxwell house in the can folger's and now you know you. You have so many different choices with beer. It's a great time to be alive. It's a great time to try things but aw. I almost feel stressed that i can't. I can't try it all right. So this stuff they go into an here about packaging and about <hes> cans or making a huge comeback. Which of course we know. It's interesting that people still don't believe that cans ends taste is good or that. There is fresh as bottles and yet what changes have been made over the years in terms of of the quality of what you're putting in a can yeah if you just even just look at the potential for dissolved oxygen infiltration in the packaging between bottles and cans. There's if you look at the science science. Why are people still using bottles. I don't get cancer so much more of a safer bet from a spoilage and shelf stability standpoint. I just just blows my mind and if you look at the consumer perception it's exactly the opposite <hes> what are the primary reasons you by each of these each of these types of packaging for for cans. It's convenience e-transport taste and freshness or low and i would not purchase that way fourteen percent of people so they won't buy cans. It's which.