35 Burst results for "First Beer"
The Doug Collins Podcast
Newsmax's John Bachman Shares a Memory of R.E.M.
"High school, Aryan was just getting started in Athens. Okay, the B-52s, you know, Ariana would just get started. And Michael saw it and the rest of them would play and you brought up this and I want you to emphasize this a little bit. 40 watt club. Georgia club. I mean, the not owl, which used to be out for country out there off of full 41 north. We're seeing and there's still all those scenes today. These new bands, these new, you know, that new music is coming out of. But Michael sobbing and they would do a buddy of mine, Steve McNeil, he used to go down and to Athens and they would play a set and then they'd sit out in the bar and just hang out with everybody. And that was another cool thing too about it is, you know, I never got the chance to see REM play at the 40 watt and one of those impromptu sets. But what I did see is a lot of members of REM and other bands, David schools, or Mike Mills, or maryam, just hanging out at the bars. And when I would go, I mean, I remember there was a brief period of time and I believe it was the summer of 2000 spring of 2000. I had gone to see a band called the old 97s at the 40 watt, and I was going up to the bar to grab a beer and I looked over and it's Mike Mills next to me and I kind of gave him a nod and a knowledge we was, he obviously had no idea who I was. And then a little while later, radiohead played a concert at Stone Mountain in a very small venue. It was amazing to be there. And I saw Mike Mills again, he kind of bumped into each other, and it was that sign, again, he didn't know who I was, but he knew that I knew who he was and we had both been too amazing concerts and brief period of time and he kind of gave me that sign of acknowledgment like, all right, kid. You obviously have good choice in music.
Megaphone Pattern Governs The Ethereums Ongoing Price Action Is 2000 In Reach
"5 p.m. Sunday February 26th, 2023. Megaphone pattern governs the Ethereum's ongoing price action is 2000 in reach. The formation of a megaphone pattern in the daily time frame chart shows the Ethereum price is in a state of high volatility and uncertainty among the market participants. Furthermore, the ETH prices recent reversal from the rising trendline triggered a near beer cycle correction phase, which could tumble its price below the 1500 support. Hey Reese the post megaphone pattern governs the Ethereum's ongoing price section is 2000 and reach appeared first on coinbase.
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
A Wisconsin Old Fashion
"Any of your colleagues on the slut committee accompany you to Taiwan? Representative ro Khanna and Jake auchincloss were there at we overlapped in terms of our trips and we did some joint meetings, which was great to have a bipartisan meeting. We did one meeting in particular with Morse Chang, the founder of TSMC, the world semiconductor superpower, 91 years old. That was a fascinating meeting. We talked about economic and tech issues. You know, one final thing I'd highlight you because it often gets lost in our agenda. We need an economic and trade agenda with Taiwan. The security piece is more obvious, but we're making little progress on a free trade agreement with Taiwan. I think that's essential. It's the only G 7 country that doesn't have a double taxation agreement with Taiwan, which is a huge disincentive for Taiwanese investment in the United States because it's effectively taxed, not twice, but three times and it makes no economic sense for them to invest money in the United States. So there's all sorts of things we could do on the economic side that would further enhance our partnership with Taiwan. And oh, by the way, the time we need to make great whisky, if that's something you're interested in, kavalan, I would highly recommend it. And you can use it in a Wisconsin old fashioned. So many things to love about Wisconsin. What in the world is a triangle fashion? Is that like a shape drinking beer? What is that? With some cheese in it that Wisconsin old fashion. Someone's got to send me the recipe for that. Instead of an orange garnish, it's just a cheese curd garnish. That's a cheese curd. By the
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
US Shoots Down More Flying Objects
"You can't ask for a better Super Bowl, except for next year is when Nick Chappell rumble for 200 yards and miles Garrett will get three sacks, maybe four and a half. But this was a fantastic Super Bowl. Welcome back. You're on your way to work. You got to come down from all the guacamole and whatever beer you drank yesterday. It was a fabulous game, and I hope you enjoyed it. And the aliens let us play it. That was, you know, up and down Saturday night when object number three appeared and then disappeared over Montana, but then we shot down object number three, which I think became object number four over Lake Huron, which is the first time Lake Huron has made news since the French Indian War. But I am very glad that we got another one. I want to know what you think is going on here. One
AP News Radio
On this week's AP Religion Roundup, religious groups respond to the earthquake in Turkey with prayers and action, and religious advertising makes a play for Super Bowl viewers.
"On this week's AP religion roundup, religious groups respond to the earthquake in turkey with prayers and action and Christian advertising makes a play for Super Bowl viewers. Muslims in Indonesia held special prayers Friday afternoon for earthquake victims in turkey and Syria. The service came four days after an earthquake hammered a sprawling border region that is home to more than 13.5 million people. In the city of antakya, historically known as Antioch, members of the olive branches Israeli government rescue team held a short burial service for members of the Jewish community killed in the quake. Pope Francis said Wednesday that he's praying for those affected by the devastating 7.8 magnitude earthquake. Super Bowl Sunday is advertising's biggest night, but faith rarely makes an appearance among the beer and fast food commercials. But this year, an ad campaign is promoting Jesus with the $20 million he gets us campaign. AP and FL writer rob mati says a group that includes wealthy Christian boosters is using the biggest megaphone TV marketing money can buy to spread the word. Their message really is to share Jesus as well as in compassion for people to the world. And they've organized a $1 billion campaign and they're going out there and doing everything they possibly can to share this message, whether it's through sports on commercials, whether it's at events, they're here at the Super Bowl in Arizona. Madi says Christianity has long permeated NFL culture and regular fans are accustomed to expressions of faith. Every week, every game we see players who get on a knee hold hands and pray in a circle at midfield or somewhere close to it. Opponents from both sides and it happens every week, but we don't highlight it. We don't see that on camera as often. But he gets those campaign is funded by hobby lobby CEO, David green, and other anonymous donors. The ads direct people to a website where they can learn more about Jesus, find Bible reading plans and connect with people online or in person. I'm Walter ratliff.
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Sebastian Reviews the Bodycam Video of the Paul Pelosi Attack
"Show you it has been released not only the 9 11 call from Paul Pelosi to the dispatcher in San Francisco on that October night. We now have the body cam footage of what happened when the police came to his home. Really weird because he stood there with his quote unquote assailant and didn't try to leave the building. Here's the footage play cut. Hi guys, how you doing? How are you? What's going on, man? Hi. Drop the hammer. Nope. Hey. What is going on? So for those who are only listening to this show, it's unusual, the door is opened. Poor Pelosi standing there in his underwear in his left hand, he's holding some kind of drink some big like a Monster Energy drink can or can a beer or what have you. And then his quote unquote is sailing, this illegal immigrant from Canada is holding a hammer which Pelosi is also holding, there doesn't seem to be a lot of fear on Pelosi's face. Until what happens, the police officer says, to the illegal immigrant, drop the hammer at which point he refuses and raises the hammer and goes after Pelosi, what was happening in the intervening period, what was he doing there standing with a drink in hand and in his underwear, it's all very, very strange.
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Adam Schiff Complains About Kevin McCarthy, Asks for Money on TikTok
"Here's Adam Schiff, Adam Schiff, there's a lot of buzz about Trump being invited back to Facebook and they're all upset about that too. Well, apparently, Adam Schiff says, hold my beer. I'm going back to TikTok. He has or I'm launching on TikTok. Now, TikTok, that's ironic because they're trying to ban TikTok. The United States wants to ban TikTok because the Chinese are spying on us through TikTok. Colleges, government offices are banning TikTok, but Adam Schiff says, no, no, no, no, no. I'm gonna go to TikTok because that's where I'll complain about Kevin McCarthy. Hello, I'm congressman Adam Schiff with some troubling news. Today, Kevin McCarthy removed me from the House intelligence committee, all for doing my job for holding Trump accountable and standing up to the extreme maga Republicans. We knew it would be bad when the Republicans took over, but it's far worse than we expected. But I can promise you this, this is not the end of my fight for our democracy. This is just the beginning. Please join us and contribute today. Thank you. That contribute. I want to fundraise off being kicked over being kicked off the intelligence committee. This is flat out a skit from Saturday Night Live. That is that is flat out a comedy skit.
The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast
A&W Is Putting Pants On Its 'Polarizing' Mascot Rooty
"Apparently, Rudy RO TY Rudy, the great root beer bear. Yes. Is he a root bear? They call him a great root bear. Is this the mascot of hires root beer? A and W restaurants. You've all seen this bear for 60 years. Well, sadly, have to wear pants. What? People didn't want to see his root. America, this is a treat from a and W restaurant. So America, let's talk. Since 1963, Rudy the great root bear has been our beloved spokes bear. We knew people would notice because he's literally a 6 foot tall bear wearing an orange sweater. But yes, we get it, even a mascot's lack of pants can be polarizing. So therefore we've decided that Rudy will wear jeans going forward. Oh, he's gonna look cool and change. Don't look good. After all, he is unbearably cute and in Paul to replace. He sure is. But this is a standard cartoon thing. We are right. Donald duck doesn't wear pants? Rudy will continue to champion good food and good times for many years. I'm all for this. I don't need to be looking at these mascots getting all turned on.
The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast
Tulsans Set Guinness World Record for Largest Pizza Party
"University of Tulsa and the Oklahoma pizza restaurant teamed up to break the game this world record largest pizza party. Who doesn't love a pizza party? And other news for 6th graders. No, you can have a pizza party for big boys. You get beer there too. It's fun. Mike Bosh. You know you can get beer at Chuck E. Cheese. Can you really? Yeah, but they have a limit. You can also, you have to be careful with this, but you can also steal a kid. You know that? They make it hard. Yeah. They have that whole idea. They tried to do the promotion coming, get two pictures of beer, steal a kid every Wednesday, but it got a little dicey. How many tickets is that one? I love Chuck E. Cheese. Mike posh owner of the angelini's pizza chain took 8 months to organize the ragged hamper, the biggest beat of her baby. What toppings? Every single one of Boucher's restaurant worked together. Oh. Okay, so it wasn't a pizza party at one location. It wasn't. It wasn't? No. No, no, no, the issue was. No, no, it's a pizza party at one location all the restaurants made the pizzas and they brought them to the table. Still. Okay. No, no. One single location.
Mike Gallagher Podcast
'Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer' by Mike Gallagher
"Lighten the mood a little bit. We'll go from spiritual to maybe a little fun. Reindeer. Walking home from our House, Christmas Eve. You can say there's no such thing as Santa. But as for me and grandpa, we believe she'd been drinking too much. And we begged her not to go. But she'd forgot her medication so she stumbled out the door into the snow when they found her Christmas morning. And the shade of the attack. There were no French on her forehead. Incriminating claws marks on her back. Everybody grandma got run over by a reindeer, but a bike online dot com walking home from our House Christmas Eve. Click on that angel tree banner at the top page. There's no such thing as Santa. But as for me and grandpa we believe that Tracy said the men will love this song 'cause it's goofy. Proud of grandpa. She's been taken to show well. Karaoke figures old tacky him in there watching football drinking beer and playing cards with cousin. You look like a little organ, like a little, what is that? It's not Christmas without grandpa. All the family stressed black. And we just can't help but wonder. Should we open up her catch portion back she said grandma got run over by a reindeer walking home from our House Christmas Eve
The Atlantic Publishes Hit Piece on Gov. Ron DeSantis
"More than the first political bullet the first missile has been fired at the santas now Laying the groundwork for what will be more This is the Atlantic a guy by the name of Mark leibovich But no shortage of alleged heavyweights have entered previous primary races only to reveal themselves as decidedly not ready for prime time Or even the late night C-SPAN I think he's going to run into some challenges says Carlos Cabello Former Republican congressman from Florida who serve it to Santos Is that question that often comes up in politics the question of would you want to have a beer with him This is a big time cliche of course but it does feel pertinent Will he grow on voters like a catchy song or like molt Desantis has this robotic quality that he asked to shed Cabello said Everything else checks the box He's smart competent committed to his ideology He just has to humanize himself Oh you mean like Biden
AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
How AJ and Courtney Love Buried the Hatchet
"When I wrote the Courtney Love story about her using heroin when she was pregnant, I was threatened with a lawsuit back in 1990 four, was it? But I stuck to my guns again. I knew my source was right. In one day, I lived in the building in the west village, the meatpacking district on her 95 horatio street believe it or not, Courtney Love lived there as well, and now one night we're both in the goddamn laundry room doing our laundry. And it was late at night because the machines were always never available during the day and, you know, we worked, et cetera, so you do your laundry at midnight, at 1 o'clock in the morning. And when she walked in and saw me, she made the sign of the crucifix when her thing is that she couldn't be near me. Like I was an evil force to deal with him, he started talking, I said, listen, you're a big story. You know that. You're always going to be a big story. But the source who gave me that story about you using is not a liar. I know I was tough to see that in print and it made you feel like shit, but I didn't write it maliciously or without knowing whether or not it was true. I never would have done that about a mother and a child. And she kind of understood when I met. When she began to get nice to me that night. And she said, look, I never used it while pregnant. And my daughter's my world, your story's not true, but I'm not going to look at you and treat you like shit. I just want to tell you a misinformed. I said, all right, Courtney, you know, and I remember walking, we lived in the same floor. And I had to pass her apartment to get to mine. So we're both bringing a laundry back to our rooms. And she gets the hard room. And she opens it up, and we talked for 30 seconds by her door. I remember her plot was so filthy. Pizza boxes, beer cans, every day, and Drew Barrymore was living with her at the time, or crashing there for a while, just a messy ass room, and you know, we parted kind of friendly, my daughter's my world, okay, you know, okay, you know what? Fine, no problem. And then after that talk, whenever I'd see her at a party or a function or a premiere, she always make it a point to say hello to me and she come over and give me a kiss on both cheeks. And that felt nice. Whatever you think of Courtney Love, it doesn't matter, but to have people or to have other celebrities see that I had her respect. That was important to me.
Fore The People
Why Every Private Club Should Have a Pro-Member Tournament
"I'm getting at here is every single club, private club should have a pro member tournament. That was a blast. It was only one day, but Meredith and nailed it. They did. The food was good. The beer was called the day was perfect. There's a little side pot for the pros, 18 pros. It went fast. That was one of the faster rounds I've ever played out there. And it was a good time. It was cheap to play in. The pros played, I don't know what we got. I don't know what I got for winning it. It hadn't showed up yet. I'm not sure I have no idea. It doesn't matter. I mean, it was free for me anyway, right? The member paid for it. Pros, you invite who you want to play with. We had a good field. You came at there's a guy named Tom Whitney. I think someone said he played on the corn ferry tour. Last year or two years ago, Clark Dennis plays, he's a senior tour player guy. Anyway, it was a great time. I think pro members, I don't know what red feathers plans are for pro member. But I think every, you know, a good club should have a pro member. If you have a bunch of guys with relationships with professionals and members that want to play with professionals on and off day, it's a no brainer. For a club.
AP News Radio
European teams abandon plan to wear armbands at World Cup
"The captains of 7 European nations won't wear armbands supporting the one love campaign in games after FIFA said the players would be shown yellow cards The decision comes three days after beer sales at stadiums was suddenly banned under pressure from the Qatari government and two days after the FIFA precedence extraordinary tirade defending the host nation's human rights record of a climb down after the FIFA threats came hours before the captains of the England Netherlands and Wales teams were due to wear the armbands in Monday's games I'm Charles De Ledesma
AP News Radio
Qatar's World Cup opener shows its reemergence after boycott
"Fireworks from the opening ceremony light up the sky about the elbe stadium as the opening match between gutter and Ecuador begins without any beer for sale in the stadium to be a ban imposed two days before the start of the tournament was the latest controversial snag for the global event already under scrutiny for got as human rights record and the Emirates is frantic push to ready to the nation for the most compact World Cup in history Over 1 million visitors are arriving this week to the tiny nation on the Arabian Peninsula gutter is the home to 3 million people Most of them migrant workers and has spent more than $200 billion for improvements for the games I'm Charles De Ledesma
AP News Radio
Ramsdale hoping team makes up for World Cup beer ban
"The sale of alcohol is heavily restricted in the conservative Muslim country The announcement comes just days before the World Cup starts Federico ferraz is from Portugal The culture is different and of course we're going to respect the culture here but they also have to respect football fans for different American soccer fan Adolf Abu Hana is not as concerned When I hit a drink beer we had to watch the soccer game We're here to watch the world class soccer We can get it anywhere in the world We can get beer everywhere Beer will be available in the evenings in what is known as the FIFA fan festival a designated party area away from the stadiums Beer sponsor Budweiser tweeted well this is awkward The tweet was later deleted I'm Ed Donahue
Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
Kathleen Madigan on Why People Have a Personal Connection to Trump
"That's an interesting sociological thing 'cause you play all over the country. What is it? Do you think? What is the personal connection to Donald Trump? I don't know. I don't know why, like one lady in Florida. She was kind of a drunk grandma. You stood up in a balcony and a theater somewhere on the gulf side of Florida and said, Kathleen, I love you and I love Sarah Palin. Don't make fun of her. I had not said a word except Sarah Palin, comma. Now if the lady would have listened, my joke was really about the gist of it is there's no people in Alaska to have more respect for you if you were the game warden than I would if you said you were the governor because there's a lot. It's a lot more dangerous if you're okay. It's a stupid joke. It's silly innocuous. But that lady was so upset because she like, I don't know. I'm like, you can't love me and her. And you're at my show, so I'd pick me if I were you. Which one is it? I don't know what the Trump thing you could do any other Republican, any other Democrat and people do not lose their minds. There's something about I know this is going to sound snotty coastal liberal elite, but an education problem where they're just like, oh, I want people that sound dumb, like me. I just can't. I don't understand what the connection is. I it could go back to the, you know, George Bush, people are like, I'd like to have a beer with him. Right. Well, right. You might want to have a beer with me, but I shouldn't be running anything. I mean, just because I seem fun, which I am. You are that doesn't mean I'm qualified to work at NASA. I don't understand that leap. When people say, I think George Bush seemed fun too. The younger one to have a beer with after golf with a country club. I get it. Right. But what is that next level where I defend him like I would, my brother. It's weird.
AP News Radio
Qatar bans sale of beer at World Cup stadiums in about-face
"The sale of all beer with alcohol at the 8 World Cup stadiums has now been banned although non alcoholic beer will still be sold at the 64 matches in gutter An agreement had been announced in September for beer with alcohol to be sold within the stadium perimeters before and after games Now as senior official Colin Smith says you'll only be able to get that outside with Budweiser zero inside We will have Budweiser alcoholic Budweiser and Budweiser zero available outside the stadium within the perimeter and then within the ball of the perimeter will be Budweiser zero available Smith clarifies the gutter is not an alcohol free city throughout It's available now obviously in Qatar also in licensed premises and that will continue A frustration for regular soccer fans could be that champagne wine whisky and other alcohol still expected to be served in the luxury hospitality areas of the stadiums I'm Charles De Ledesma
Lex Fridman Podcast
"first beer" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast
"It could be worse. Wait, I just posted a $35,000 price tag per night per person on the ISS. Is that real? I don't know. That sounds about right. That's why. That's like a real hotel study. So to stay, oh, so interesting. And then I'm sure there's costs with the docking and all those kinds of things. That's from the perspective of axiom in the private company or SpaceX or whoever's whoever is paying the cost and in the short term in the long term. And the thing about a lot of that cost is rocket fuel. A lot of it is the ride. So I've been on calls where axioms like, hey, SpaceX, give us the make it a little cheaper. We can make it cheaper and the cost. That is the rocket as though. So SpaceX is giving axiom a ride. Right. In this case, what is axiom space? Can you speak to this particular private company? What's their mission was their goal? And what is the axiom one mission that just went up? Yeah, it's the axiom space is a private space flight company that's building the first private space station to actually have seen the videos and footage and hardware being put together. So they're in the process of constructing it. The hope is that by 2024, one of the first modules will be up and connected to the ISS, and eventually be expanded. And then by 2028, the plan is that it will be completely detached and free floating. And it will be maybe even a little bit sooner depending on how fast it goes. But they're building the world's first private space station. So if you want to have a wedding up there, you just have to multiply the number of gifts times the number of nights, and you could have a wedding up there. It'd be very expensive, but if you want to do it, you can do it. You can have a lab up there. Do you want to do experiments? You can do experiments. You figure out the cost. You want to have a beer up there. You can make your own brewer on beer. And so this is the first beer maiden space. For some reason you want to do it, you can pay for it. So it's opened up this space where if you can find the funds for it, you propose it. You can probably just do it. Okay, cool. So what is the axiom one mission? I just went up. Can you tell me what happened? Axiom one is the first private for the first commercial crew to go to the space station. So inspiration four was the first commercial private crew to just go into space. They went to space and actually an orbital mission for just about three days. But axiom one is the first, again, on the SpaceX rockets, but launched up, docked to the space station, and they're up there for about ten days to do experiments, work with staff, actually just take some pictures. But it's a mission that actually doing a lot of experiments during almost 80 different experiments. So it's a lot of it's very science heavy, which I love as a scientist. But it's the ability to show that you can fundraise and launch up a crew that's all privately funded and then go to the space station. It's four people and four people..
Everything Everywhere Daily
"first beer" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily
"Furthermore the alcohol in the water would further kill pathogens incher. That many of them wouldn't grow back. Drinking beer was safer than drinking straight water. This was actually the case up through the early twentieth century with the development of modern water treatment facilities people consume but we would consider an incredible amount of alcohol. Even much of it actually had a very low alcohol. Content plainly beer was relatively easy to produce modern home. Brewing is actually rather complicated with all the various recipes and equipment which most home brewers need. Ancient beer was usually nothing more than mashed up grain in water. They wouldn't have used hops back then. The yeast would have come from naturally occurring yeasts in the air some seeds would be allowed to sprout resulting in malt. Okay so what was the beer situation before sumerians and ancient well we can't find crumbs of beer. We can't find chemical evidence of fermentation and pottery in vats. There have been traces of a substance called beer stone found at the bottom of pottery and iran. Beer stone also known as calcium oxalate is still a problem that plagues brewers today. Fermentation evidence was found in ancient china. Nine thousand years ago before the advent of the rice revolution when grains like millet and wheat were still more important crops. The oldest evidence found so far for beer fermentation was in the caves near mount carlin israel these fermentation pits were from the ancient a to fiene people and date back thirteen thousand years so beer and bread both go back really far but it still doesn't give us a definitive answer to the question. One possible answer might come from goal. Becky tepi now. If you remember back to my episode becky tempe. There has not been any evidence found there to indicate that people permanently lived echo. Becky tempe or that the eight anything other than wild game. However there is evidence that there was brewing taking place. The implication of everything is that nomadic people came to go. Becky tempe to build monolithic structures. Eat game meat. That was hunted and drink beer. Go becky tempe might have been the neolithic equivalent of a permanent october fest site. If this interpretation of the evidence is correct beer might have been the reason for neolithic humans to harvest grain. It would have been used seasonally for socializing with other nomad groups. This seasonal harvesting of wild grain might then evolve into full blown.
Everything Everywhere Daily
"first beer" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily
"Ask you which came first beer or bread. Most people would probably respond bread and with good reason. Bread is a form of food and beer. Something that isn't really a necessity. Sure it's probably nice to have but beer doesn't seem like something which would drive the rise of agriculture let alone civilization in fact given how most people react to beer. It seems like something that would probably get in the way of civilization not grow it. The question of which came first beer or bread is actually a very tricky one for starters. I'm only going to be focusing on the development of agriculture in the middle east and the fertile crescent agriculture independently arose in several different places around the world. This includes places such as papa new guinea peru and the indus valley. I'll be talking about the rise of agriculture in those other places in future episodes but for this episode i'm going to focus on the places which first harnessed grains such as wheat which means the middle east in egypt. There was an enormous amount of overlap between beer and bread so trying to untangle. The two might be a very difficult prospect. The real question then isn't which came first beer or bread because that's pretty much impossible question to answer. The real question is what drove the rise of agriculture. Did ancient people grow grain to make beer or to make bread. If you remember back to my episode on the history of bread there is evidence of humans processing grains at least one hundred and five thousand years ago. That wasn't necessarily bread however it was just grain processing the oldest evidence. We have of something that we can call. Bread goes back. Fourteen thousand years there was some burnt crumbs found around an ancient campfire in modern jordan. It was probably just something like bannock. Which isn't eleven bread and it was cooked over an open fire. Beer on the other hand doesn't leave crumbs so what's the earliest evidence for. The production of beer..
Everything Everywhere Daily
"first beer" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily
"The rise of agriculture has been pointed to as being responsible for the rise of civilization as we know it however that raises the question. What was responsible for the rise of agriculture in particular at least in the middle east with the cultivation of grain. The debate has always been between which came first beer or bread. Learn more about the great beer versus bread debate and which was responsible for the rise of civilization on this episode of everything everywhere daily. This episode is sponsored by audible dot com my audio book recommendation. Today is the brewers tale a history of the world according to beer by william boss wick. The brewers tail is a beer phil journey into the past..
"first beer" Discussed on X96
"I really did up this time. Did not. I my dear, didn't I, My dear radio from hell X 96. So we were up at the tree farm this weekend. And farming. There was farming happening? Yeah. And, uh, we're one watermelon. Out of all the possible watermelons. One looked like it was a good candidate. We picked it too soon, though. You got it. We didn't know you're supposed to wait and let let the vine like, pretty much shrivel up and be up. We picked it too soon. It was the one watermelon. The worked In a way to hold other year to try this again, So the whole vine only produced one watermelon? Yeah. We picked it to shoot. We're new to farming. Um and we're new to this area. So we're sitting there and both my sisters were over. Sitting at the kitchen counter having a glass of wine and chatting and we hear the doorbell ring. There's a doorbell on a farm house. And and go to the door, and there's a there's a cowboy standing there, cowboy head Suspenders. I'm surprised he knew how to use the doorbell. Uh, I'm your I'm your neighbor came introduce myself. Mm. Okay. Taxes my name. And, uh, I said My husband. My husband was in the other room, and I said, I said, you know, we've been meaning to go around and meet the neighbors. But, you know, because of covid and stuff. We haven't you know, felt like maybe it was a good idea to go. Um, go knocking on doors he like. Oh, I think people make too big a deal out of that anyway. Yeah. So then my husband comes around the corner and invited me. Okay? He didn't hear. Hmm. I don't think covid big deal anyway. Oh, well, come on in neighbor. I don't know. Where you from. What's your name? Joe? Hmm. And as and so Joe's being neighborly. So can I. Can I offer you something to drink? Oh, no, I'm I'm fine. I'm fine. And as they're walking into the house and walked into the kitchen, and he sees a bottle of wine on the counter. My sister is sitting there with a glass of wine and, uh, he said, something I wasn't expecting, he said. Oh, well, if you have alcohol, I'll take care, uh, was coming over to feel us out like Come to find out after talking to him awhile. Sounds like the neighbors all got together and trying to figure out Who we are. And what's what. You know. I think they're from Salt Lake City. I think they're this. I think there that they didn't think that husbands engine or something we're having, I guess. My guess is he left more mystified than when he came in, But I don't know if they drink and oh, so so he's all other beer so Joe gets him a beer out of the fridge, and and he wants to see around the place. And so so they start to walk out onto the deck. Now we have the door open. And the screen door is closed. And, uh, cowboy just goes barreling through the screen door just walks right through it. Oh, the hinge Damn On my younger This was his first beer of the day. I don't think And then he and Joe kind of disappear outside for a while, and I'm inside with my sisters. You know you're going to hear about this? Don't you know what he was? I don't think it was his first beer of the day. This is going to get around. No, let's just wait. So so, so they're outside for a while and then and then he leaves. And, uh, Next day. I think Joe gets, uh, cowboy points because he was outside on the tractor like he was brush hogging. Use out there. Brush. Hogen, Wait. Go back. Did tax offer to fix the screen? He felt horrible. My gosh, I'm so sorry. He was very I'm so sorry. He, uh So Joe's out there brush, Hagen and cowboy comes out into the field walks up to him with a little, uh, sack and And he said, I just want to apologize for last night. I don't know if I said anything that I shouldn't have said or did anything that I shouldn't did. Here's a bag of vegetables from our garden. He felt so he knew he knew he was drunk. You know, he knew that he screwed up and now does now and now the entire listening audience knows he was about it Sweet. He was so sweet. And he made good on it, and, uh, he we told him, Don't worry about it, And I said I wanted to replace that door anyway. And you've now done me a favor. But how embarrassing When you walk into somebody's house for the first time we walk right through to be listening later be listening later in the week when Jenna Barberry apologizes on the air. No, I'm saying he was. He was very nice screen door. What the hell's the screen door? You big city? People in your screen doors. The door is open. I can go out it. Yeah, I've actually you have. But have you gone back with a bag of vegetables and apologized later? No, I just never went back. Never talked to him again. Never went back. I wouldn't have the 2019 USL champion..
"first beer" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"September 7th today is National salami Day. Yeah, I got I got to tell you salami is great for like a charcuterie tray. Love those lately. I like a good salami sandwich. Maybe some Swiss cheese. That's so good. Mommy can eat that for dinner. Just a charcuterie tray with like little cheeses and meats and crackers. I'm with you for sure. It's also national acorn Squash Day. I like that, too. That too? Yeah, never make that we cut the squash in the middle, and we put like brown sugar and butter in the middle of it in the oven. Ooh, that's good. Oh, good. And in Wisconsin. This is appropriate. Its national beer lovers Day. Okay, so yeah, every day we're getting same out here. All right. You're on a desert island. You can take one beer with you. Just one beer. What's it going to be? It has to be, um Porter beer. So how about a vanilla Porter? Who I like the line is vanilla Porter. I like that a lot. You know, I love a good I P A. I love a good craft beer. But if we're talking, it's hot. I'm on an island and this is all I have for the rest of my life. Just give me a Coors light. You can have a Coors light anytime of the day, you know. That's true. You're going to answer like Champions Summer Shandy or something I was going to say, Lenny Canoe paddler lights but a little more flavor. Kind of good. What about you, Deb? What are you taking to the island either that I mean, if you want something that will like nourish you because you're in a survival situation. Yes. Guinness. Oh, yeah, Great one. So that's the thing okay, so fresh if you're on the island, but otherwise, probably something that's refreshing. Subotica. Okay. So on the line ease theme. I know we were kind of talking about that. They have this thing called a spritz in. Have you ever had that? Oh, yeah, Those are great. They're like it's like half beer and halfs like Celser waters. It's bubbly, but it still has the beard kind of like their version of truly accepted as a splash of beer. It's really they are good. They have a lot of different flavors. It is a pretty good, so however you celebrate it..
"first beer" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Billy Bob's Texas is going to be your home. Yeah, not broadcasting there right now. Here's Here's what I'm trying to figure it out. And here's where you've got to help me as as a world class, father. Okay, all right. Uh, my wife and daughter out of town? Yes. So it's just me and my, uh, 16 year old. Oh, Oh! Oh. Sons, First beer. All right, let's get it. I'll go. I'll know we're not doing son's first beer. But do we do we Do we take him to Billy Bob's for the first time? Go ahead, do it. Come on, go ahead and do it. He knows what the beer is. He knows one of them. It's not about beer. I know. But it's about you and him having a father son thing and get to see some what? Rock and roll. Really? Yeah, I'm leaning towards doing it. J Bensel joins us Right now You can follow me on Twitter at the famous J. Mhm. I know J would recommend doing it. Here's the thing. I have a great dad and he definitely would've taken me He would've taken into Leonard scattered. Well, there you go. Well, 16 for sure. Yeah. Okay. Alright. Leonard Skinner heard Billy Bob's You And, uh, Your son by yourself. Mom and the daughter out there. This is a I'm leaving for doing it. Weekend. Yeah, Perfect Jr. Their tickets available for this. There are still a few tickets left like Winter Skinner tonight and tomorrow night. Both show star 10 o'clock. Both shows at Billy Bob's tickets are 150 to 200 to sit in the reserved 50. General admission. Don't make that face Don't make that face. I I wish everybody could see. Zoom right now. Don't make that face. That was painful. Yes. $400.400 dollars. No, we'll be seeing it right there in front of Leonard skittered. Yeah. Was a be a great father and son activity. Yeah, priceless. Priceless. Say that's the words right? Rice prices. All right here. I got a I got a little medley. It's not really madly, but I got a couple of them for you..
Brew Talk 1310 KFKA
"first beer" Discussed on Brew Talk 1310 KFKA
"Who's winning there that doesn't look like got the rockies out the window. Yeah so you've got a little too literal rockies out there. I like it. I like it We're we're live burn comedy. I'm tanner schwinn chad. Young dr michael mosier and owner of mighty river tan miller with us here tonight and dan. You know where we've gone through a lot of stuff we're talking about. We've cut it a lot of ground here. let's just let's just talk about some of the basic stuff with you. What was the first beer. What was the first craft. Beer or somewhere along they fell in love with. Is there one beer that point back to. Hey this was my introductory. Oh yeah two of them. Back in the early nineties would be. Don't be student at t s you fat tire. No dell's ninety there you go. There you go favoring schruefer most I was gonna say those colorado those are still a lot of the same introductory stuff that you see right. Because they've been around for so long now that they i mean they can be found just about any liquor stores so they don't ever forget you. Never forget your first right. That's why that's why we ask that question line. Here's a beer. Makes you fall in love with beer. So what type of bring system do you have. Five barrel It's an electric system. So it's a little little unique anatomy of either steam or gas. But uh yeah. We're an electric so it's look set working out really well. I mean 'cause that The the warm-up time is a little slower on electric than it is on gas or it can be but we've we've got ours can Go all the way up to him. I think almost one hundred amps so it it can rip so that's And we can get up to boil pretty quickly From our mash out and So yeah is it is it. You know the best now but it. It works for us and we do the best we can so i can attest that it works for you. Yes thank you. There's no doubt about that at all. what is something you outside of. Twenty twenty what is something if you go back to yourself prior to opening mighty river. What is the piece of advice. You'd like to tell yourself that you know now and obviously it could be. Hey there's a pandemic coming hoping it not good one but outside of that. What is what is the piece of advice. You'd like to tell the yourself before you opened up S great question There's so much more to it than i thought there was I i mean i. I wasn't naive enough to think that i could just brew beer and sell it and and all would be grants if everybody i mean if they can be done i think everybody trying to do and a lot of people are is a lot of people are doing it and You know and yeah it's Just how involved it is. I- there's just so much to it this social media that the marketing marketing the paperwork. Exactly good good one. There's so much wants. Yeah pay panel bills and it's obviously people that could be hired to do all that but I'm still doing it because Because okay but it's all good. It's you know. And i just know that there's going to be an evolution of coming very soon and You know it's. I think it's gonna be good through an exciting week in about twenty seconds thirty seconds. What separates you from the other breweries in the area. What makes you unique. Well i you know. I i think we just have a really good variety. I think we cater to a lot of folks I think we have a nice spot. Here i think our view of the rockies. No one has a better view. The no no doubt in our patio. It's huge but it's it's pretty good size and and people love being out there. We've got the silo upfront. Our our whole establishment surrounds the outdoors. And let me throw one more. They're great beer. Dan thank you so much for having us out here. Appreciate you guys. We'll catch up with you real soon for doc. Bolger for chad young twin. This has been brou- talk on northern cod voice. Thirteen ten kfi gay chairs..
Life in 16 oz.
"first beer" Discussed on Life in 16 oz.
"Dots. Right let's do this. Let's porn into our first story brian. We are with you right now in the studio can you. Can you just explain. Sort of your history. So how you do you got in. Because we're gonna we're gonna talk about this right with every single person that got gets into home brewing. How did it happen When was your first kit. How many extracts did you do in. How did you jump into all green and and kind of just give us the evolution of from. I like beer. I can make beer. Holy shit i'm making award award-winning beer. So give us that kind of rundown I'm from south dakota. Well i'm originally from bakersfield. But i lived in south dakota over the last twenty years and you know i i. I was the guy in high school that was drinking amber bock and not bud light right so i you know who made amera. Bach michelob. michelob guy right. So i didn't like miller gave me a headache. I didn't drink bud. light know. Of course the first beer ever had was the budweiser bud..
Homes and Hops
"first beer" Discussed on Homes and Hops
"Berg oh yeah. I've heard they've had really great donuts. I need to go sample those. I think there yet. They're donating stuff so we're going to put together a platter. Everyone gets as big smorgasbord platter in. We're gonna have dinner and stuff. They're just a passive buffet in case anyone gets over chocolate right. Yeah what what we warn. Our children don't eat too much sweets. Yeah here here. It is literally no but it's difficult to resist. I love the fact of the chocolate martini as well We will have a bar there we were working on chocolate martinez and I think we're gonna do a sangria and of course wine full bar and stuff like that kind of a nice ladies night. That is a nice like wine wine and chocolate pair very well together. Yes they do. We're actually could use a beer. Is there a good beer. That would be good chocolate. Because i need. I am actually putting order in june. Oh there you go. That is a good question. So i would think that i mean honestly the first beer that comes to mind. Is bird fishes brutus. Okay and which is it is. They have chocolate. And and there is like the peanut butter and stuff like that so it is like the buckeye but it is absolutely amazing to if you went with the darker beers okay. The darker beers would be amazing paired with chocolate like an event. I i'll make and a lot of them even. Have i know modern method tasmanian bird fish does as well but a coffee. Stout okay would also be absolutely delicious. I wasted one of those that would be. It would be really good to how chocolate because he would have that hint of bitterness. Yeah that would be would be amazing. Yes because it does get to. And i can throw down on some chocolate but oh yeah. At the end of that night i can throw down with some coffee style. Perfect john. i didn't even think about it. I was just thinking we're just in order. Whatever beer but we may have to call bird fish and say hey. I think that would be phenomenal to see that there. And they and they are great. I mean they do have the regulations that they all have to abide by with the alcohol sales but they would be like their styles perfect for that as well note that the s and modern methods to give them a ring as well no an atom actually with bader methods has a background in the nonprofit world as well. Oh does he. What does he do not anymore okay. I forget the nonprofit that he used to work for but he but he does have a clear understanding what you go through on a day to day basis. Oh good for him. So and he is very open and trying help out other local businesses as well especially in the nonprofit world bird. Fish admire methods and penguin looking at your. They had all been really good to us because we do a summer event it gets called summer. Barry are you talking about manny's or jays mardi.
Los Compas Lounge: a PSA for Brown Men
"first beer" Discussed on Los Compas Lounge: a PSA for Brown Men
"I want to try something new you know and i might not see every inch going to let you know but you know there's sometimes house some nasty dogs like mental note. Don't ever get that you know. I used to like some of the dark beers. The stoute's the double chocolate or whatever. Yeah not too much anymore. I'll be honest with you. I thought my sweet spot in those are the reds. The ambers. Some of the blondes. Of course some high as for sure they citrus mango citrus citrus. What i like the sweet though. The winter tried to put a little sweetness blueberries shitless so like the apple or not more of the cider typeset. Yeah i don't know. I'm not into aca better like like for me i. I'm following the similar trajectory. Judo i mean. I used to love my dark beers My favorite still one. that's called the loneliest. So it's named after this Great jazz pianist. Call the loneliest. Monk it's dark beer. I can rarely ever find it but when i do see it man. That's the one i get but it's a rarity you can rarely ever find you said about them monk the monk beer man because like thirty dollars over with though. Yeah that one. Oh my god delicious. I won the what it is but it is. It's it's a dark dark fifteen bucks. Yeah oh yeah. Yeah that way you see it now. I've got a few times. Yeah thank you probably had to before. Well i know you have a. I've always gone Gone into guys. It's called a sam smith not son. No adams sign up so yeah that concert as well. But but i. But i i like the i like the you know malabar bass bass bass mice versus bad. I no no bass that was. That was the first beer. I liked after bud. Light the first beer that escalated me to the next level that when they started liking bass i was like okay. I could Samuel adams bass. I ruben tried to shock me rupa. You introduced me to two samuel adams. Before i got introduced to bass but i think the samuel adams introduced me to too strong that it wasn't it was in good hop from light to whatever you it was a few steps before my bachelor. A good step up was Saint pauli girls lower end quality. But you know but you know remember ahead in high school into strapped or high school because one of my cousins the crazy one That was that was.
Brew Talk 1310 KFKA
"first beer" Discussed on Brew Talk 1310 KFKA
"Beer. This is far most recent release from broken plow strawberry cream sour and It has an awful lot of fresh strawberry puree in it. And you'll notice that the bottom your glass when you get done. There's a little puree still hanging out. And i think it is a perfect blend of kettle sour and a fruit beer at the same time thoughts from you. It's a fantastic appear and this is one of yours is mine. I helped make new owner broken fantastic beer very the very strawberry. Love it by itself. This thing that i would do trump ice cream. A drop of ice cream in this would be amazing is. It's i would almost but tequila in it because it's very very fat kid drunk kid. It's very strawberry margarita. Yes read to me. But the fact that andrew kid. I guess here because i would. I mean now that you're saying that that is there's a margarita. Down at at the real that is. It's almost like a mango ryan. Just got the shivers back their thinking time. It's like a mango strawberry makes But it's frozen. Oh my goodness this is phenomenal. So this'll be the first beer that you brew that you get put on tap at a local brewery. That is your own correct. Well of course i mean. There's a lot of things that a lot. it's a lot of i. What's the name of this Well we're just calling it simply strawberries and cream sour just to kind of hint at the fact that is at bureau about. I don't understand well just a hint at the fact that it was soured with a little bit of milk products. So that if you happen to be lactose intolerant or something you know that Should probably not consume this one phenomenal. It's phenomenal it's It's tastes exactly. I think like strawberries and cream. Dep is very well done. Kudos to you. Thank you on this excited to get this on tap. It's a small quick. So i would say get it while you can get it. Why can't i. it's on there now. And i'll have to get into the show so much won't leave yet but i'll i'll be making more as we go. It's just to let you know that it's a small batch. Why this beer for your first beer that you put onto. I'm we need sours sour beers and decided that year's time of the year sour beers go with spring. And why not make some fresh fruit with some sours and go to town so strawberry fields forever for sure on this one very good very well. Don thanks for bringing that in for the table beer here tonight..
Brew Talk 1310 KFKA
"first beer" Discussed on Brew Talk 1310 KFKA
"Beer thirty presented by the that same article square. It is brew talk radio northern colorado. It's voice thirteen ten. Kfi am we are live from that or collision specialist studios. We're doing and talking ambers here tonight and what let's dive into it. Our first beer is from on the rocks liquor. It's one that this is the amber lager. One that i'm sure by now you've definitely had a if you're craft beer drinker in colorado. It's the colorado native amber made with only colorado in mind. Here's a beer for any colorado occasion sessional yet. Flavorful crisp multi sweetness balanced topless. He'll like it possibly love it. Maybe even smuggle it don't steal. Why are they encouraging that. Their beers boo. They say they're mall. Genus is about mid way down on on their little ranking here but colorado is all the way up all right okay. I didn't didn't know five and a half al five and a half percent. Ab thirty eight. I you on this beer. In pike's peak is fourteen thousand one hundred and fifteen feet any other question. I'd like this to be a little less than thirty. Some odd on it. Go ahead take take the ramos so Initially the nose really good on this beer. Yes ends and amazing. Knows it's right. It's light it's bright. It's just any other words that rhyme with that keep going light bright tight mu and night. It's kinda kinda like early night in color in flying try break. Hi yes okay. Okay go ahead. I'd bright. I'm just going to say that he started might be the brick. Was it for me. Oh no. I'm just thinking that the nose is really good. It is a very bright beer at noon lies the amber color on it. The initial flavor is good but for me it's just a little too bidder at the end little too stringent. Little too dry. At the end. I would agree with that It's not for me. it's the martinez is not where i would like it. for an amber And that could be because it's a logger. As opposed to an aol which i'm probably more used to drink amber ales than i am amber lagers. So that could be where that falls in for me but is it a little capri for you. Guys is that that is is that the us. That's what i was wondering. What is why am i could be. 'cause coppery is not a word that i've heard describing the flavor of beer very often but that's what i understand what you're talking about like you have a penny in your mouth. Yeah and it's one of the first ones that i think of when i try this but to me. It's just more stringent or drying of the mouth. It's more severe than that. And that's i mean i. I've had dry beers. I've had a stranger. This is taking both of those to the next level. And that's why i call it quote unquote capri kind of copper flavor. Like you said you got a penny back on your back teeth. And that's drinking. yeah. That's what i get on it. You know the the second one is much better than the i. I think. I mentioned earlier and to me. That is the same but it still quite drying. I feel like. I want to drink a glass of water after having this dry it is dry for sure. I think it's got some redeeming characteristics to it. This is not a beer just so you kind of get a thought of where i'm going. This is not a beer that i would be. I would turn away. I know who are you. Attorney beers were true. Would but not this one. I would have one of the us but the ultimate rule when it comes to beer thirty is would you order another this one. I would not and again remember. Eight and above is brutal approved. anything below is not. let's get into colorado native remember. I picked this beer from on the rocks liquor off highway. Thirty four and forty seventh avenue. There drive through is open until midnight every single week. It is on the rocks liquor. Let's start with dr mosier on this one. Well i'm gonna say that. I really enjoyed the white head on the beer and this tight beer really. Got me by tight. Bright light night. No i'm thinking bree might we'll brick was in there. It might might your another one. It might have been in eight. Except i voted to give it a seven. Yeah i I'm going under that. I hate to do it. But i'm going. I'm going under the seven or eight. I'm going six point six on this beer. It's not gonna be. I really don't think chats going to give it a to make it approved but this beer is it's just not there. It's a a tier below chad. Your your ratings. Your thoughts here I'm kind of going where docks at seven for me. And you know what i have another one if i would probably do. If the if that's all there was a drink What i purposely order more than than one probably not It just it's just not there for me. That makes this not brute approved. Did cut you off guard. Come home handy did. Wh why can i ask why ryan. Why not that right. That is true. That is chad but why rain. It's fun it's fun. I like that was just proving. Because i was doing that impression to you earlier. Off the air on no cornell was proving that i'm that far off on that persian. Oh no good clip. That is not approved so we move on and we move hopefully upwards. We're doing ambers burr. Talk radio on northern colorado's voice thirteen ten k of k. Let's get to our second peer in the middle pier thirty. This happens to be lodestones. Amber lager by odyssey's beer works. We're out of there out of arvada. This is a medium body denver lager with a rich reddish hue roasted caramel malts for subtle sweetness and low hop bitterness. Round out this super easy. Drink and classic. Get the caramel on the nose. Yeah they market in at five point five percent ab so same as same as a car at a native there. Are you guys getting like a. Maybe that's what. I'm getting like caramel cappuccino a little bit. Yeah definitely caramel coffee. Or am i way off. I'm not getting coffee at all. But i am getting the sweetness of like a like a well. No i don't drink. Herman cappuccino well. There's definitely a even on the on the power. There's a little bit of that sweet. That's the nose caramelized. Sugar which is in i. I don't know rather whatever order a spilt my mucky auto maybe makihata caramel macchiato. No definitely just take your coffee black during our drink. Right carl carmela. Those corbeau cappuccinos also a black coffee. Drinker gotta go for the basic kinda coffee or a good. I love guitar. Which is a good..
Brew Talk 1310 KFKA
"first beer" Discussed on Brew Talk 1310 KFKA
"Because i don't drink here how to laugh. I will say that about enough time. doctor. I'm getting. I'm getting that espresso. I'm getting weird cold coffee type of stuff. Which isn't great. But i'm getting that under the nose is might be my favorite part of this veer. I do like to smell on it. It's not as good as the other one. And i give that an eight two so i'm gonna go with seven six on this one nyc. Not quite there for me chad. I'm going to go right there with you. I'm going to seven five. Not quite there for me. What is it. Can you put into words better than i could no i. It's you know that's why it's so much d- problems talking about it when we first started is the. There's just something there. That's it just a lot as appealing to me as the first very driver. That's a good way to say. I'm i'm thinking that there's a for me. This is a. I'm gonna give this one in eight. I actually really like it. But it's it's got a dryness to that. That seems there's something missing there. It's missing the stout thing that i was hoping to get it. They just didn't have it there for me but it still. I think quite good question. You're still putting your stamp of approval. I'm still putting a stamp of approval on it. Because i think it's really good. I just am wondering whether i'd have more than one k. don Actually i'm going to eight point five on this. I think realistically it's it's kind of right up where american style should be. It's the hop kick to it. It's got the dryness. I think it's well done. Bear then makes broucek approve. Doesn't it so great. That all right. Did you do the math to know what it was going to do to drag it up there. I did not know you nailed it. That does make approved wants to play. Drink the beer you win. All right what do i win and other going for the high score. I'm sliding mine over to donner a doc over there. Because that's that that's that might be the first beer that we've been split on half..
Newsradio 700 WLW
"first beer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"See it starts on Wednesday, which is my birthday. I'm not advertising that I'm just saying, That's my birthday. I'm not giving up anything because it's my birthday. And, you know, Yeah. You get an extra day. There you go. That's not today. Start going. I ain't doing that anymore. Screw that. We've talked to this guy many times before, and he has done this for the past and we and let's get Del on. They'll haul. You've done this for what the last three years This is actually my third year. What's up, guys? How we doing doing well, buddy, It's ah, real pleasure to talk to you. As always. So from 16 lots Brewery dealt with, Remember have a few years back. It was like people are freaking out. And you were getting national press and stuff because this guy's gonna drink beer all through. Ah, lent. And your law and didn't you lose £40? I want to say Absolutely. Yeah, that that first year. You know, there was there was so much press because it was, you know, unheard of. And they get crazy frat boy stunt and, Yeah, I don't need no one knew. Like what is this guy gonna die? Like Is he gonna make it? Like what? What's gonna happen? And, uh And I did. So, you know, 46 days of Lent that first year I lost £44 felt like a million bucks. I mean, it was amazing. What kind of cutting out like That food and you know all kinds of crap like that. What it'll do see it. Right now, Dell. What is about the time frame amongst at 46 days when it gets really, really hard. What's the point? We're like, I don't know if I can do this. It's the first week. Right. So this is my third year. I've learned a lot. Um, you know, Last year I went for a record. So like, you know, it's a record made above my head. But you know, I figured him I did 46 days. Let me go 50 days last, So last year I went 50 days on. But really, it's not that hard to add on four days, it says that first week is just brutal. Right, right? Yeah. Then just kind of get dialed in. I guess right becomes your thing. Yeah, it really does. I mean, you know, you know, I'm talking about this before. I think like, you know, evolutionary wise, you have humans were meant to go through periods of feast and then famine and it's like nowadays we never get to that salmon part of it, And I think we're just you know, we're hard wired for that. Once we kind of get over, like, you know, all the cars all the sugar. You get all that out of your system, Then your body kind of like settled in and says, Like, all right, this is cool. Like feel like we you're becoming like a lean, mean hunting machine and you could just go for weeks on end. Yeah, But don't you want to jump on a in that case, go back to the cave, man days. Do you want to just jump on a pigeon and eat? It would seem to me. I know. I don't know. But Del. You're I did. I don't think we've hit on this before. You're a urine army vet. Absolutely. Yeah, I did. Nine years in the army. All right. So we don't you got that? I was gonna say that's ingrained in you did just tough up and make it through. Hell, I absolutely you know, I went in and 1996. I'll be 46 this year. And yeah, 100% like, you know, one of one of the first like big accomplishment in my life was You know, making it through basic training, like, you know, you always hear those horror stories and all those things and you know there was such a such a awesome accomplishment. And it really does it make you fall in line. I mean, it made me mature. I have part of the reason I went. The army in the first place was You know, I was just kind of Ah, Ah, party kid didn't get good grades and just, you know, um, I really needed to grow up. Right now. They're obviously I mean, this is gonna be tough considering you. You are co owner of a brewing company. Imagine. Everywhere you go Every time you go out. Someone wants to buy you a beer. Give me a beer. So the trick, of course, is limiting the amount of beers you drink. How hard is that? You know you like you hit it on the head. Um, you know, one of the things also when it comes to not eating is you know your coverage goes way down now. You know, I'm a season, you know, Beer professional. Um, you know, I'm fast Irish have Scottish You know, I'm a big boy 6. Ft. 3 £270. I have a tolerance. I've been doing this for years and years. You know, I could I could drink. But once you take food out of the equation and your body's like I said, kind of real processes and get him gets rid of all the craft, and you start getting rid of the waterways and things like that. Then your tolerance just go. It just plummet. So you know, it almost feels like you're you know, back in, like high school or college again. We take you grab your first beer and drink it. And you actually, you know, conceal it. Um, It's like that again, and you know it, Z It's hard because you're so used to just it's habitual. You know you're talking. You're at a bar restaurant. You're talking the bartenders and in my business, I'm selling them beer. And, uh And you're right. People just wanna annual beer and try this and drink that..
The Stuttering John Podcast
"first beer" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast
"I don't know. I just can't you know, I can't take the all this with YouTube Canadian bacon any already updates not at all good as gold. Hope she doesn't chew with their mouths open tonight. Oh, yeah, no, no, no, no, no. No, that was a different girl this yeah. This is a different one. Mark p Stuttering John. We haven't experienced any purging since then. Yeah, I hope I hope that'll be the case. Well, anyway, just let me tell you what's going on with the show this week. It's going to be a very interesting week I have. Stuttering John my show is not for kids stop by sometime but betting local, I don't know where to find you show this Thursday. Yeah getting he wants to start off Glenn Kirchner on and then we have hopefully how sparks I was trying to see if I can get house parks on today, but he's not responding. I don't blame this last minute cuz you know, the guy I thought my touch would stay on a little longer. Yes, they don't forget to tell you about the kid settings on YouTube. Yeah. The only thing is that I I I checked. I don't need a nap Canadian bacon. I just went on a hike and I haven't eaten today. So I'll go downstairs and make some soup or something. Oh, thank you. Nikki be for Benny Loco show off. I will definitely check that out. But I anyway Thursday we have Glen Kirchner. And then hopefully how and then Saturday I am going to have the a congressman. So I'm going to book that show up. But I do have a congressman going on on Saturday and Fridays beer in the balcony is going to be with the great Rudy sarzo bass player extraordinaire who played with a quiet quiet Quiet Riot Whitesnake and Ozzy Osbourne. He's the one that introduced Ozzy to Randy Rhoads. So so that should be a heck of a beer on the balcony. Look if you happen to come a patreon wage. I think it's time. You know what I mean? Like, what are you waiting for? Its if there's little as five bucks. And you know, I give you add content and you know, I do calls and zooms and everything else. So so there's the patreon off right there. There it is. And so yeah become a patreon member I expect to see at least five thousand new patreons surely won't have Jessica Hannah that's a good idea, but she has some stories. to tell I got three freaking yawning thing now going to be yawning now freaking for a while. So I had got my first beer down good as go. We'd love your beer in the balcony shows. Yep. They are good shows, you know, let me put my PayPal. I've already checked PayPal today. and I want to thank all the PayPal's because it's I I am.
WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"first beer" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"That's phenomenal. All right. I am trashing my own instincts here when when it's cold and snowy. I think I click in to some, like 12 year old D a brain where I'm like, Awesome. It's snowing. It's cold. This is great. You might have seen on Instagram over the weekend. I went ice fishing. It was the coldest day of the year. It was like negative 15 degrees on the lake and my buddies like you want to go ice fishing. I'm like I've never been ice fishing before. Yeah, let's do it. I mean, They're like, great. Make sure you get your rig will buy some beer will go out there like awesome. Again. This is the coldest. Saturday was the coldest day of the year and I'm out in the middle of a frozen lake, dropping a little line in the water and not catching a thing. Not catching a thing. Now, One of the guys we were with did catch a couple of perch. Nice catches, but everybody else got skunked. And it was like, Well, it's good to be out here with your buddies, and it's good to be out here crushing some light beer. Domestic light beers, always, you know, enjoyable Saturday, and we got to crack that first beer like 11 a.m. getting out there on the ice. So that was cool, and there was Heated tent as well. But I was in there going like man. I don't know why I just was like, Yeah, Let's do it absolutely coldest day of the year. Let's do it. And then yesterday when the middle of the nor'easter and I had made sure I prepared so that we had two canisters of propane for the for the grill. In case we lost power, and so I'm like, Don't worry. You know, we'll have dinner on the grill if needed, So I bought some burgers. Good burgers, bought some chicken. We had some salmon, so I was ready to grill it up if needed. Yesterday. By last night around dinnertime we had about 18 to 20 inches of snow, and I'd gone out during the afternoon when we had about 12 to 14 and I shoveled Shoveled a path from our back deck and the door to the grill and then a side path to the cooler of beer and Like as long as they have this clear we're good. And I didn't care about the porch didn't care about the walkway didn't care about anything. Just made sure we had the pathway to the grill and last night It is coming down in droves. I mean, the snow is coming down in sheets and I'm like, all right, I'm gonna go make some dinner brought the burgers and the chicken of the seven How to the grill, and I'm trudging through another four inches had fallen since I had head shoveled it and I'm outside of the middle of this snore. And once I was in the middle of it, I'm like I can't take Half cooked burgers off and I'm like, what am I doing? What? Exactly what happened in my brain? I didn't need to grill. I could've cooked all this food inside. But for some reason, I'm like cool snow don't want don't matter. Let's go Grill. And so I just my brain doesn't fire correctly when their snow and when there's cold, I think it's gonna be awesome. It's unnecessary for me to be out in the elements doing these things. So trash me. Let's face it, that's straight trash. And then, of course, my wife has to just take photos and Texas everybody saying, Look at how stupid this guy's exactly did this such a cancer. And it should be noted the AU shovel the path to the cooler. Did it ever occur to you to know that the snow was coming? Maybe just put the cooler next to the door so that there was not a path that needed to be shoveled to said cooler or just put the beer in the fridge. I mean, even that easy. I don't know what happened. You didn't lose power, right? But you put your no power plan into effect. Slightly.