11 Burst results for "Golden Coffee"
"golden coffee" Discussed on Pine Knoll SSL (High Quality MP3)
"Because you understand. What's going on bobby joe. Is it possible that he runs to mount horror or mount sinai because he's longing to see a clear revelation of god's character that's what happened for moses. Yeah and whether on a conscious or a subconscious level is he in a sense longing for a covenant relationship with god because at sinai where god meets israel makes his law known to them so basically reveal his character to them. What kind of god he is. What kind of relationship. He's promising them maybe in a sense in preps very much on a subconscious level. He's running there to meet god to say god. I need a no relationship with you which you'd be in covenant with me. Show me truly who you are. Remember what happened with moses. They're very well. Moses was on the mountain with god for forty days. Wasn't he is that when he asked to see. God's face was during that forty days and god reveal then his character to him this so he asked for the glory and there was a wind and there was a earthquake and then exodus thirty four or six thirty four six out dole that phenomena what happens the lord past before him and proclaimed the lord the lord a god merciful and gracious slow to anger and abounding in steadfast love and faithfulness keeping steadfast love for the thousands generation forgiving iniquity and transgression and sin yet by no means clearing the guilty but visiting the iniquity of the parents upon the children and the children's children to the third and fourth generation and saw the he cup with a golden coffees result and moses becomes a great leader who leads the nation forward. Joan.
"golden coffee" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago
"Having dropped out of training to be a teacher, was in his early twenties and living a hippie lifestyle in Amsterdam. Smoking cannabis was a major part of it. Whenever you knew somebody who was selling some cannabis, you would buy some for a couple of 100 guilders and sell it in little pieces to your friends in order to have something left over for yourself, too, spoke for free. We used to say maybe we should open up a coffee shop or a tea house. We can just sell the T and have a free spoke at the same time. They were already plenty of coffee shops and tea houses in Amsterdam, where you could buy soft drugs like cannabis, but they felt risky, with many different dealers selling all sorts of drugs. Sometimes 2030 guys who were all offering the same things but for different prices, And it was kind of shady and vague and sometimes risky, because sometimes you would buy something. Take it home. And when you open up the element in foil, you would find out that it was just dog food or something like that. Or possibly a substance a lot more dangerous. When I thought he could do better, and he soon found the perfect place for his new cafe venture. I was an old Bay green. It was empty on. We just quarter did and then the owners this day you can rent it for 50 guilders a month, we said OK. As well as being cheap. They're not displeased. The cafe had a low profile, so from the outside, you could hardly see what was going on inside and by daytime's, it was always closed. Inside when you came in, that was a table football machine and that you could have go up a little stairs on off course. This one guy or girl sitting in front of the bar carrying and big letter back where everybody knew this was the house dealer. The House dealer was central to Vernon's idea. Instead of multiple people selling all sorts of drugs. This person would be the only person allowed to sell in the cafe, and they would make it clear to customers what they were buying and how much it would cost. Everything was pre back and clear plastic bags, so customers had the insurance that they were all getting the same deal and we're all getting the same price. And that made buying hash really clear and easy. That was what we called the golden coffee shop formula. Even so, at the time, it was still illegal to possess or sell even quite small quantities of cannabis, according to Dutch law. Still, unless the police could prove the cafe owner was involved in selling drugs. He couldn't be prosecuted. So they're not simply denied knowing the House dealer. If he was questioned by the police. Did it bother you that he was still breaking the law? No, not really sorry was that a lot of people would say that's not great laws are there to be abided by. Yeah, but then the law needs to be just a fair and everybody knew that. It is kind of ridiculous When there is a law that prohibits you two spoke animus and feel happy in your head. There's none of the government's business. Three years later, the Dutch government changed the law, the state how much personal possession the police would tolerate. And in 76, the legal status changed a little bit in which the law made a difference between hard drugs and self drugs. On cannabis was considered the soft drug. The law said that up to 30 G was considered as a quality for private use. Later, the law was tightened to make five G the maximum amount for personal use. In the meantime, business at the Mello Yello Cafe was booming. Since we're not we were really, really over by customers, and we were not interested in money. We were just interested in the African easy life and as much economist for free as we wanted. It didn't take long for other people in Amsterdam and across the Netherlands to recognize the cafe success and other entrepreneurs realized how much money could be made by opening up something similar. So by 1980 85. I think there were about 1500 coffee shops in hole but the original Mello Yello Cafe. Didn't make it into the next decade. We had a fire in 78. I didn't felt like continuing the business because it was really busy really hectic. Another owner opened up a cafe with the same Mello Yello name. With tolerance becoming the norm. Coffee shops have gone mainstream. They didn't need to keep a low profile anymore, and millions of foreign tourists were making a beeline for them. Not everybody felt that this hippie paradise was good for the city. Amsterdam also had a permissive attitude towards sex trade and combined with the availability of drugs. Some people thought the city was becoming synonymous with sleaze. New rules were forced 70 coffee shops in Amsterdam to close down the.
"golden coffee" Discussed on WBUR
"Having dropped out of training to be a teacher, was in his early twenties and living a hippie lifestyle in Amsterdam. Smoking cannabis was a major part of it. Whenever you knew somebody who was selling some cannabis, you would buy some for a couple of 100 guilders and sell it in little pieces to your friends in order to have something left over for yourself, too, spoke for free. We used to say maybe we should open up a coffee shop or a tea house. We can just sell the T and have a free spoke at the same time. They were already plenty of coffee shops and tea houses in Amsterdam, where you could buy soft drugs like cannabis. But they felt risky, with many different dealers selling all sorts of drugs. Sometimes 2030 guys who were all offering the same things, but for different prices, and it was kind of shady and vague and sometimes risky, because sometimes you would buy something. Take it home. And when you open up the element in foil, you would find out that it was just dark food or something like that. Or possibly a substance a lot more dangerous. When I thought he could do better, and he soon found the perfect place for his new cafe venture. I was an old Bay green. It was empty on. We just quarter did and then the owners this day you can rent it for 50 guilders a month, we said OK. As well as being cheap. The nervous, please. The cafe had a low profile, so from the outside, you could hardly see what was going on inside and by daytime's, it was always closed. Inside when you came in, that was a table football machine and that you couldn't go up a little stairs on off course. This one guy or girl sitting in front of the bar Carrie and big letter back where everybody knew this was the house dealer. The House dealer was central to Vernon's idea. Instead of multiple people selling all sorts of drugs, this person would be the only person allowed to sell in the cafe. And they would make it clear to customers what they were buying and how much it would cost. Everything was pre bagged and clear plastic bags. So customers had the insurance that they were all getting the same deal and we're all getting the same price. And that made buying hash really clear and easy. That was what we called the golden coffee shop formula. Even so, at the time, it was still illegal to possess or sell even quite small quantities of cannabis, according to Dutch law. Still, unless the police could prove the cafe owner was involved in selling drugs. He couldn't be prosecuted. So they're not simply denied knowing the House dealer. If he was questioned by the police. Did it bother you that he was still breaking the law? No, not really sorry was that a lot of people would say that's not great laws are there to be abided by. Yeah, but then the law needs to be just an affair. And everybody knew that. It is kind of ridiculous When there is a law that prohibits you two spoke animals and feel happy in your head. There's none of the government's business. Three years later, the Dutch government changed the law, the state how much personal possession the police would tolerate. And in 76, the legal status changed a little bit. In which the law made a difference between hard drugs and self drugs and cannabis was considered the soft drug. The law said that up to 30 G. Was considered as a quantity for private use. Later, the law was tightened to make five g the maximum amount for personal use. In the meantime, business of the Mello Yello Cafe was booming. Since Bernard We were really rather over by customers, and we were not interested in money. We were just interested in having an easy life and as much economist for free as we wanted. It didn't take long for other people in Amsterdam and across the Netherlands to recognize the cafe success and other entrepreneurs realized how much money could be made by opening up something similar. So by 1980 85. I think there were about 1500 coffee shops and homes. But the original Mello Yello Cafe didn't make it into the next decade. We had a fire in 78. And I didn't felt like continuing the business because it was really busy really hectic. Another owner opened up a cafe with the same Mello Yello name. With tolerance becoming the norm. Coffee shops have gone mainstream. They didn't need to keep a low profile anymore, and millions of foreign tourists were making a beeline for them. Not everybody felt that this hippie paradise was good for the city. Amsterdam also had a permissive attitude towards sex trade and combined with the availability of drugs. Some people thought the city was becoming synonymous with sleaze. New rules were forced 17 coffee shops in Amsterdam to close.
"golden coffee" Discussed on Sips, Suds, & Smokes
"Is definitely time for plenty things here. Welcome to this episode of smokes where everything good in life is worth discussing. We are the best thing on at two. Am it depends on which island in micronesia that you're listening to us this evening but we definitely owned that time. Slide no matter where you're at two am eastern or like new zealand. Or fiji. time fiji fiji down. I'm sure that no matter what time zone you can pick dave. You could possibly. We can own it for sure. Joining the over. This episode today is gonna boy dave. Hello everyone and made man bob. Audi audi hey. This is our season nine preview episode and the three of us going to spend a little time over the next fifty two minutes about twenty three and a half minutes of that. It's gonna be mildly entertaining but we're going to go through ours land for season nine. Where some of the producing staff one of our the producers is not here this evening juliana and better things to do. Yeah well hang out with us through. It doesn't take much be four at four. You suck my battleship. So mike i have a question so this is a season nine preview. So are you trying to tell everyone that we have successfully completed. Eight seasons this podcast. I am not going to use the word successfully. I'm just saying we're at this point in time. And we have. We're moving on into clearing victory from artificially you know because that is the way that you have to get things done is just declare victory and move on so no one has made a stop yet. So you get you get less than nine years for armed robbery so we we have Eight and a half Pieces of litigation that are still pending you know but that whole thing that incident what the lube in the told. We're just over the statute of limitations. I'm just. I'm really bobbin justin and i are. We're we're working that when pretty good and we. We really think it's going to come out. Favorable citizen of liechtenstein baby an extra slowly yes was lube and you guys are working at really. Good so yeah. That's a good visual. Yeah well you know that is basically we're going here on. The radio is visual right. A good visual element you know long. I spent a little time talking about some of the things we're gonna do on both Sip segments as well as our smoke segments which we actually haven't been able to get to a lot of those in the last few seasons. Well listen if you listen to our previous episode from last year for season eight about half of that we get around to doing so there. You go so well you know. There are a few things that happened. You know frustrated our ability of getting around to some of the topics that we wanted twenty twenty. Yeah it was pretty bad so one of the things that we've been wanting to get around to is talking coffee and we have some really great emphasis and some really great cast members are going to join us. Really excited about mike. Love is going to be joining. He is no way dude he is. He's accusing judge for the couple of excellence. Which is kind of like the you know pretty much a super bowl you know. Four coffee nerds. That's where they fill it to the rim with brim. That's my pet name for. Dave is excellent. Some other hosts that are gonna join us nathaniel from stay golden coffee. And i'm working on possibly jason from coffee dot com to come and join us for that as well so we haven't This is a brand new topic for us to come around and really talk about this way. A couple of coffee episodes in the past in real his haven't got around to kind of having really solid group cast members like we have lined up right now. So we're gonna ask. Please start off with the coffee. One episode that's just for you gave. Yeah thank you sir. Yep boil the beans. I so they're one and i know mike. You've been a coffee guy for longer than i've known you. I mean you like home roast and you're like a real be nerd superbikes nascar all kinds inert. But you're you're definitely a beaner while it's really funny Every time that. I'm venturing out One of the things. I have to usually before the day before i have come up with a coffee planned the next day because he does in favor travel with. There's a that's one. Oh one is where we're going to have our morning cup of coffee. i'll even tell you the The exercise i went through on the trip. That i'm on right now. Is that was in georgia yesterday. Valdosta come on water. I know. Let's not i learned about austin. Maybe he'll miss them folger's in your cut boy bob. We don't wanna lose all eight listeners. That listen to us there is out. It's a great town. You can still got hundred ninety proof ever clear there. So i was staying right next to a very large outlet of a of another chain and i was like get up. That's not gonna happen. So i did look and i did manage to find a place in In downtown valdosta. It was was pretty cool. it's called The good coffeehouse. Ged well it is. george. I mean that's kind of what are you saying that like there's a problem with it while we went in and we had really great coffee from intelligencia was from chicago. So there you go. I had a great plan and it just got completely torpedoed rather quickly so it was still good to try and look for something that was available. There are low clean. Did find a roaster. That was there in town. Although they weren't open and i couldn't find any of those beans so it was unfortunate but anyway yes we're going to go through coffee wanna wine and we'll talk about You know an awful lot of things. A coffee origins. And we'll talk about varietal beans as well as you know Preparation elements at a. You know a lot of people really sweat this preparation edge stuff. No not that a coffee. Bean is not a coffee is that is for sure. Yeah they're not all equal. We're going to do an episode on single origin and probably costa rica's probably going to be that or we're going to talk about There are some other you know other origins. We may decide to talk about them. Poop beanstalk ones that they get out of the poop makes himself. We're not gonna talk about the cookie. God could be low eker civic coffee right where you shut down the The the an will throat and yeah. We're not gonna talk about That now definitely yeah. We're also going to talk about the cup of excellence itself and we're going to be able to source some of the products that were shortlisted at the cup of excellence. And kinda give a you know. Look behind the curtain Since we have access to mike You know as being a judge through that we may not do the currier but do you think that is probably the most jittery awards ever like. Everybody's just drinking coffee the whole time. So they're probably just totally. Jack tweak on on arca that it's not that bad oh sure. It's not in the morning when they do that do they. Do they do like the wine thing. Do they drink it and spit it..
"golden coffee" Discussed on Future Perfect
"To the infra days Ideas and. The clash of ideas whereas checkoff is in the courtroom, commonplace is everyday life, and then steady a Kamenz misery, the wrestling with that good morning heartache blue like pain is a little bit different. That's not rush. Golden Coffee is. Only edge committed something on run. Is this every day that check as those? Elements shot through every day. That's why he's a comic and they'll see is a tragic writer. You see I think I need to read some checkoff after this call all you on John Nobody likes nobody likes. Let's close by. I want just talk about the importance of hope versus optimism. This is something people are really hungry for right now and you define optimism as rational and evidence-based, whereas hope is for you, an act of courage and imagination that looks beyond what the existing circumstances tell us we can be optimistic for so for you. What roles do hope in optimism plane now in this situation where the pandemic requires an emphasis on evidence, but so much feels a noble and demands this very high level of hope from us. One is that we must accent the crucial role that science must play. Science has as scientific temperament, not designed to method because the method can become dogmatic, too. But. The temperament is forever socratic forever, questioning based on evidence, but evidence is never fully determined it always under determined to some degree, so science must plagued fundamental role with there are certain issues it. Science at South is relatively helpless about. In that has to do with. The meaning of life. why is it something rather than nothing? When not committed suicide tomorrow? Why do you love in this way? Why are you so attached to your Mama? When you know she's wrong, so many issues, but you take a bullet for her end armed. With anybody! You. Don't measure your Mama based on difficult. On a love as the kind of evidence, but that love cut so much deeper. Is this Cerro? It's not a cerebral in that way. But we had to be able to. Now's the roles that each one of these clay, and so when you talk about hope for me, I mean optimism for me has never been an option. Re Can Dev- great bulk air. Oft Gone Bengals in. The world alone has always been long gone because too much suffering in the world though she asked about that. You know you've got. Young kids at two years old. Not just dying, but the killed by dogs so forth, and so on so many human beings live lives of so much wasted potential. You can now get it back. All think of all the African bones and bodies that at the bottom of Atlantic Ocean. Would slave trade, so we go on and on and on you know me. Do his mother's sisters in the concentration camps that yes, in Germany, but a whole his Brahms. Tax and so forth sewer kitchen of on on the Roma. Dollars, India, what have you? Can Optimism for me adver. But. Hope is something house if he because hope. Is Not speculatory Oh is participatory already in the mess you in front? What are you going to do? Hope is a for as much as virtue. Hope is as much a consequence of your action as it is a source of your action is. Always says so that hope is something that you find in your immersion. And you decide you gonNA. Fight it till the end. No matter what when you say, hope is also a consequence of your action. Do you mean that by choosing to act now in this incredibly stressful time with integrity with accountability with responsibility? Our actions themselves can nurture and fuel hope else. Steph eloquently put exactly. Hope is about everybody trying to contribute to the pushing the motion, the momentum, the movement, four something better better the good beautiful. Truth from myself as a religious person, the Holy God. A would if you're not in motion, you're respecting well. It doesn't seem to me like you're being a spectator these days one new project ICU engaged in. Is UN professor Tricia rose? Have this new podcast tight rope. It's called. That's true the one and only. TRICIA out. She's extraordinaire we've had a good time. We're taking off on Thursday with. Does This Day oh see? I'm telling you interview Tristesse. Something is true. Tell them witness bands, justice, seeking, but also joy. Joy What we do you got to find. Joy In spreading has said. Spending has is always just a negative burden. You're not going to be a long distance. You'd spread for a little while. Go back into the norm in the in you suffer from the conformity complacency into cowardliness. We associated with the mainstream. It just was defeated and being well adjusted the injustice. Now now now we're talking about a joy that will sustain you over against the grain. Until the worms get you by. That's what we're talking about. In this particular podcast, and it is attempt to broaden the discourse. Get beyond the two-party dialogue. Get beyond the liberal versus conservative, but also he track of the arts, the centrality of the arts is in charge of the moral centrality of the of the spiritual and beautiful, local, weak-kneed, live each other up, indeed it. It has been up lifting to be in conversation with you, too. I really appreciate you taking time to be with us in our listeners. Thanks so much. You salutes enough this job..
"golden coffee" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast
"Guess I have the reputation at work now as well where my boss ordered a a beer for somebody who is on their way and And then somebody else's like Oh. I already ordered another beer for. Chris is on his way you know and she looked at beach. Because I don't think we have any problem with finishing two beers and so when when the two beers came out for Chris she just put that second one in front of me and I was like I was just GonNa what beards. He goes Year fine. They know they know they listed. Yeah I would say that this Figueroa Mountain zero to sexy Golden Coffee Ale is definitely an awesome coffee Ale but man one time is enough like what would be too many like. It's a super rich flavor. Definitely good definitely rich. Is it new? Is it new to the figure amount? It's a seasonal it's seasonal. Yeah so I thought it was a seasonal and I'm like you know what this might not be here next week. Let me get some and I'll talk about tonight but yeah it's one of those things were it's like. I would highly recommend having one but once you have one move onto something else because it's just you know German chocolate cake right yeah. German chocolate cake is amazing. Or you know like a a slice of it trace a trace late cheese cake or something something super rich super good but yeah you don't want you're not gonna eat the whole cake. You're going to have the slice and you're good because it's so rich that's how this is sh and is it is it is it. Is it lighter? It must be light then. A stout like no like a summer like a refreshing summer in the heat you drink it in the heat. No what I would say is. If you're blindfolded it would come off as doubt. Oh really okay. I don't think you would know the difference because like it's you know it might not be as heavy in the gut as a stout but on the palate. You're not gonNA notice the difference. I don't think I see so it's still hitting the back of your tongue kinda thing. Yeah it's like drinking drinking a coffee beer. Okay okay. You know an and whether it's lighter dark I mean you still have that heavy coffee flavor awesome. I'd I definitely have to get one. The beard is amazing. That's why I said it's just so rich you know. Yeah it's like if you had German chocolate cake but with like wait say dough but what's it called like the cake you know the battery cookie dough batter or something. Yeah if the batter is light in color versus dark color but you still have all the same flavors I see. I see like the color doesn't make a difference now. Awesome all right cool and yeah I just wanted to laugh. Though cutting together the last two episodes when we were together uh-huh yes and you found it so awkward to say goodbye to me is that is that yes because I was like. I'm saying goodbye and you're in the room like it's weird. Yeah I mean I guess we say goodbye to each other but I always feel like we're saying goodbye to the audience and you're like I'm like all right we'll catch you later. Yeah later bye bye. We do our thing and it's like you're like after we like turn off the recording. You're telling me like that was weird and I'm like why does this seem weird. But I after editing it though I caught what you were saying and I'm like okay. I guess it's just a me openly and we get done talking. You know one of the big things is if we're just sitting at the kitchen table having a drink and we're talking over dinner and then like I don't know I'm GonNa go home and you're and it's okay bye bye. Have this weird goodbye. I get it. That's kind of awkward right. But it's a podcast or listening. I'm sorry it's a conversation. That is also a podcast. I'm glad you're so comfortable with but it also right so now that we're back across the world we'll take a bite each other the old fashioned way and could by sands and listeners as well. That's right.
"golden coffee" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast
"I was alone for that one week like three years ago. It was amazing. It was strange. I I don't know how I would take to that all my goodness okay. Well before you keep blowing my mind in world where you only have trailers and posters to judge a movie. Jim Ted strikeout to answer the age old question. Will you see it? Hello Ted coming to you from the world headquarters of trailer Junkies podcast episode one. Oh seven that's right one hundred seven. I feel back in my element. I'm not in front of you now and I don't feel so intimidated early intimidate because you're so far away from the lake. And I'm so close to the MIC. And yet you're still ten times as loud as I am. I am booming. I'm booming so but yeah we have. I think we'll have better sound this week. But Yeah it was fun being With the for a couple episodes there. Yeah definitely so okay. You're taunting me. I see waving a bottle back and forth back and forth. What are you drinking? Cork in his It is a big big as bottle so we went to Suray Shen Aisha over last weekend. Okay in Escondido. And there's this awesome liquor story out there called holiday- holidays seller or holiday liquor holiday liquor. Yeah and we went in there for some wine for dinner and while they're they're like oh you should always do. You should check on our beer cave and you as you couldn't help yourself. I couldn't help myself. I went about as he wants to do both yes. I went back in the beer cave and I saw some of these prices and I was floored so expensive. No the opposite. Oh awesome so I got this awesome you stock up or you just buy one. I just bought one contract there. We go there all the time. Okay so I got a Cezanne. Al With Brett denominators. I don't know what that is. But it's a lost Abbey. Have you heard of Lost Abbey? I have heard of Lost Abbey. Yes yeah and this was like seven bucks. Seven bucks for this big Bottle I don't think it's very high. Be but you know a carnival. That's probably five six seven minimum nuts. It's eight cents decent but you know. Oh eight's high yeah eight and it's a huge a huge guy so crack this on. Cajun here I WANNA hear. I want to hear the pop all right. Let's let's go. Let's go noise right so while you're pouring that you have a nice car triple glass when you hear coffee and beer. What's your first thought? Stout Stout okay. What color are you thinking like dark chocolate? Okay and what texture would you anticipate? Would you expect? I expect it to be very smooth. I would almost say creamy. Yeah exactly like like frothy. Right yes yes so. I Have Figueroa Mountain Brewing Company. That are here local and this is a golden coffee ale zero to sexy and it's a six point eight. It's twelve ounce. Can I bought a six pack of it? Nice but Golden. What did I say it was golden to know that golden is sexy? Golden Coffee Ale zero to sexy? It's hard to say zero to sexy but it looks like just a regular everyday Pale Ale. Yeah yeah completely. Not what one would anticipate now. What what kind of glasses that? That's not a tulip. That's like you know that's a good question. It is for AFLA Gillem triple yeah. It looks like a triple. It looks like Chamois like Chamois. Kinda glass yeah. I would say more like it's like a half between goblet and tulip okay. It's a Gula P- yeah. It's like completely unbelievably awesome. Some of the best coffee beer I've ever had and it's nothing like a stout and just visually. It doesn't look like it should be should taste like coffee. You would never anticipate coffee and it is one of the Best Beers well I say. Espn one of the Best Coffee Beers ever had it is it is like zero. Ma Coffee little bit. Little Bit Roma's very mild. It's heavy and the pallet coffee. That's cool that's a that's interesting. I'll have to If I see another six pack left to get it and set it aside or something so you can try it out very good. That's right. So how's your Belgian there so I love this this this carnival sesana carnival? I'm I'm becoming quite the Cezanne Fan. Yeah I bought a four pack of some farmhouse Belgian Cezanne. Today to which I really enjoy says for centuries Venetians light in the dark of winter with this elaborate unending of with an elaborate unending of social order. What in donning a are you? A part of the new social order. I guess so okay. I think it's a luminosity or something. Oh boy and donning a disguise for carnival. For one night a popper could become a prince and alerted man a fool a proper lady a passionate lover and no one would be the wiser for one night anyway until you woke up and more you drink the more the more prince like you became for popper like you whatever that kind of the carnival kind of goes in line with what. I what I was doing this week. So Yeah Segue. What were you doing this week? So this week was a fat Tuesday. Oh Yeah Yeah and looked up some some great jambalaya recipe so we had instant pot jumbo. Are you having pot? Yeah Oh yeah we do too. We love the thing. Yeah so have you ever been to New Orleans and fat Tuesday. And we have not done that. No you never have you. Were you there for Mardi Gras? Maybe I'll have to say it was like if you look at a bar and you're at the back wall of Said Bar Y- you work your way through the bar out through the street now in back all the way to the back of the other bar. Yeah it's wall to wall people. Wow it is horrible. I mean I have pictures of Mardi gras where it's like I just. I just raised the camera to take a picture down the street. And it's a sea of just heads. It is a real. Yeah I did it once. I don't think I would ever do it again. And I remember when that was kind of intriguing to me or interesting to me and now I'm just so not. It's so it's so like cumbersome. Here's what's so amazing of it though right so. Mardi gras well at midnight mean on the the second they clear the street really so I mean it is not one second after midnight. That people are out there so what they do is. The horse's like the Mount Police play a huge role They're just keeping the peace and let's face it. It's a complete and utter mess as far as like trash and litter boobs all over. You know like all this stuff you here. I mean that's really true The one thing I would say about it though is very peaceful and quite calm. Actually but come midnight. They kick everybody off the street. Everybody has to disperse so I go back to the hotel like it was right around then and you know because I didn't want didn't WanNa hang around. I was there for a work convention. Okay that was the main that was the impetus of my being there but we happen to get there like the day prior and so we got to spend time there so the next morning. I'm like you know what I have to see what it looks like in the morning. So I'm out up in out on the street with my camera at six. Am Yeah. I'll tell you man it's like it never happened. Wow completely empty so clean. All the trashes picked up it was like they spent the next six hours. I'll took was like six hours. They spent the next six hours cleaning this place. Like to perfection and the rest of the day. It was like a ghost town nursing their hangovers. I mean just you go to a restaurant like there's a couple of people in the place you go walking down the street the next night. You're like I'm going to go for a beer. There's like three people in the bar. It's like it never happened. It was so amazing. The only people that go out on that day at the The the people that cleaned up for the six hours or the people at the school psychologists convention or the school psychologist invention. That's yeah so how is your. Your beer is good. It's your favorite not your first time for that one but no yeah. I gotta today. Oh this is the first one. Yeah okay yeah no it well and the reason I asked the questions what would you expect is because in the fine print it says Golden Coffee Ale and I'm like well what would you expect right. That's why I was saying like when you said Stout and creamy and that's exactly what I would expect and I knew I don't know why I knew but I just knew it was going to be like a Pale Ale coffee infused Pale Ale. Almost which is exactly what this is awesome. Oh yeah there's no hops whatsoever. It's all coffee. I'M GONNA I'M GONNA be up all night so and cooked this Jambalaya and the instant pot and.
"golden coffee" Discussed on Five Things with Lynn Hirschberg
"The thing I was Gonna I wanted to talk about was the Joe Meyrowitz photograph which won the The one the camel emel coats You know with a couple from their photograph from behind as they're walking across the street away from us and they both have these camel coats and they're these shadows shadows Their shadows that come up. There's some other shadows that are also coming in from other people and there's this team and the period roughly it's the seventies probably like smack in the middle of the seventies and also special. Greta got me. and Oh as uh-huh give as a gift and it's funny because it's in our apartment and people often sometimes people will ask if that's us. I mean look closely. It's kind of funny to think it's us but is a blonde woman in a sense. Essentially a dark haired man in these coats and the cuts matching. Well they. They're they're they're the same color I mean. It's it's one of those things where you can't believe he got all those things at once that this is a But it it's like a constantly alive image and it also I'd mentioned it before she got it for me because it was a an image. I think I somehow saw as a kid. You know either museum museum or parents probably a book of his and it felt to me like adulthood. I mean sort of goes to what you're saying about park slope in Manhattan collect. It felt to me like the those that that's grown up world in Manhattan and then as I got older I really love. I love a lot of street photography and I particularly love stuff shot in New York ground. The love winner grand and so later later and I and I love any movie when that shot in New York. Even if the movie's not very good if it's like Old New York and you get to see it i. I'm always just very taken with that. I always The something always exciting and kind of comforting to me about it is a j D Salinger story where he talks exa camel hair. Can't remember the two nine stories which you probably know intimately and one of the guys touches this girl's camel hair and says you. You can't really get good camel hair anymore since the war right back right and I always think about that. Because it's very empowering moment sort of a nerdy girl all right right tennis dress with a camel hair coat which one is a One of the lesser one. Still one of them. Yeah it'll come back to me in a minute but it's not uncle weekly and it's not for as May it's one of the ones in the middle there somewhere but it's I always liked it. I they always remind me of your movies and a wonderful way even before you called Meyrowitz and other stories a j d salinger always seems like a world that feels very noah Baumbach to me. Yeah I mean I integrate way. Yeah I mean Very Holden Caulfield in that movie. It's funny I don't know if this is still true. But reading Catcher catcher in the Rye you know when I first read it I guess he was older. Golden Coffee was older than me. So it was that feeling of reading about MHM more grown up person. Which of course is a funny way to look at that book? You know because it's so much It wasn't until later that I really realized it's you. You know that that they were capturing this kid because in a sense it felt like a more grownup way to be for me exactly now so it seemed very New York Yeah Been Lan. Reading those books was like what a Pepsi Prep. I mean I know when I had no idea what a prep school I didn't. Either I know relationship to that world ruled that all know anyone who went to prep school. I mean I'd I'd heard of it. I've got behind It was like you needed help. Like reforms forms that no. I didn't that part of it. Didn't the Manhattan of it was interesting to me in a romantic to me and and the you know the the characters were but not the the world was always somewhat confusing to me or confounding to the Fran Zoe the sort of leisure in it. So it's kind of a little bit confused by but I went fascinated by to the upper east side of it. Yeah but I always loved stories of that. I mean I love the didn't actually reference marriage story but the in Stuart Little the whole Ambriz side of stuart little and living.
"golden coffee" Discussed on KQED Radio
"I am Elsa chain and a very the res Kelly calls for White House adviser Steven Miller to go after emails leaked showing support for white nationalism I don't think that there's any way to look at those emails and not be profoundly disturbed about what we are allowing at the highest level of government today also the newsroom Michael Bloomberg owns won't be investigating him or any of his democratic rivals I mean what is a Bloomberg journalists data if she or he gets a hot tip about Bernie Sanders any club which are horrible occurs two days pass it on to another news organization do they just no news live from NPR news in Washington I'm shave Stevens a federal judge is ordering former White House counsel don began to comply with a subpoena to appear before house impeachment investigators the ruling is a blow to the trump administration but NPR's Bobby Allen reports it also sets up what could be a long drawn out legal battle over separation of powers US district judge can talk to brown Jackson found that trump cannot block witnesses who have been subpoenaed by impeachment investigators the decision is a sharp setback for the White House trump lawyers have used the same argument the block several high profile witnesses it involves the white house's position that former aides like McGann might reveal information that's protected under executive privilege but brown rejected this she wrote quote no one is above the law and that no matter how much sensitive information began knows trump can't override a congressional subpoena from the facials expected to appeal which could delay against testimony Bobbi Allen NPR news Washington president trump is defending his order to live a navy seal retain his status saying he has to protect the nation's warfighters the secretary of the navy was fired for refusing to hold a review of chief petty officer and with calipers following his conviction opposing the course of a war prisoner and pierced Templeman says that trump is responding to criticism of his intervention the president as commander in chief has the right to step in and basically say to the defense secretary mark as for I want you to make sure this guy has is tried and pen the concern though with some officials at the Pentagon and some analysts is the president kind of stuck his hands down into this process that was on going through supposed to be a review board of navy seal to determine whether or not Eddie Gallagher met the standards of the navy seals that was supposed to start next week no it will not happen in Paris compliment Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren is accusing former New York City may Michael Bloomberg of trying to bite the democratic presidential nomination Iowa public radio's clay masters as more and more into marks in the morning Michael Bloomberg announced on Sunday he was entering the crowded twenty twenty democratic presidential primary field and buying more than thirty million dollars in TV ads Bloomberg I said senator warrants wealth tax of two percent on fortunes over fifty million dollars could ruin the economy while campaigning in west des Moines Monday night senator Warren criticized Bloomberg you know be a lot cheaper to spend a few hundred mil just buying the presidency instead of paying that to St wealth tax instead of campaigning in early states like Iowa Bloomberg says he's planning to focus his time on stage with larger populations that vote on super Tuesday for NPR news I'm clay masters in des Moines funny Asian stock market shares are mixed lower in Hong Kong you're listening to NPR news rescue efforts are underway in Albania where a magnitude six point four earthquake has resulted in at least four deaths the quake struck near the capital of the eastern European nation causing several buildings to collapse with people inside the US Geological Survey said it is the second powerful tremor to hit the region two months they have stolen estimated billion dollars worth of jewels and other treasures from an eastern German museum in the early hours of Monday morning NPR's rob Schmitz reports that no arrests have been made the thieves began by cutting the electricity to Dresden's green vault museum that houses one of Europe's largest collections of jewelry and court riches the suspects then broke into the museum included a collection that was founded in the eighteenth century by August the strong elector of Saxony and later king of Poland police have sealed off the building and resins broke city palace and say they're still trying to work out what's missing one of the museum's best known treasures the forty one carat Dresden green diamond happen to be away on loan to new York's metropolitan museum of art at the time of the break in other exhibits include a table size sculpture of the Indian royal court made of gold silver and precious stones as well as a golden coffee service by an eighteenth century court jeweler Robert Schmitz NPR news Berlin uber is vowing to appeal the London 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"golden coffee" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"From supporters not so much this is a deeply red pen handle the key battleground state of Florida trouble is we talked to say I don't they don't care what they are watch have you been following the proceedings at all no Sir I have not by choice the Congress get back to work on the people's business in Pensacola pro and anti trump protests draw fewer than thirty people total yeah because they don't care and a lot of places people just are paying the kind of attention and what they were hoping for is that at some point in time something would click to people and well this is this is too much this is a bridge too far we have gone too far here but the reality is the exact opposite has happened and after initial is now slowly but surely it's starting to come back a little bit more and a little bit more and we're in that position we don't have sixty five or seventy percent of public of the public wanting him to be in page what we have is what we have right kind of forty five fifty fifty five you know I mean it you know for you know forty five against then it's forty seven fifty three I mean just but it never rises to a level you like oh my god and then on top of all of that one thing I don't think the Democrats counted on Democrats are feeling increasingly optimistic and confident about the case that they've built against the president but one key barometer and they failed on which is getting Republican support your call earlier this summer speaker policy when she was resisting impeachment proceedings said that one of the key parameters for her was strong bipartisan by and but of course at this point it's not looking like any Republicans are going to be supporting impeachment and the party as a whole will be unified coming out of this house process yeah yeah and that's why I think you know could there be more yeah there could be more but at this point in time nothing is changed and it's not gonna anytime soon three two three five three twenty four twenty three at seventeen shows your Twitter with all that going on all of that being said so I head on down and we have a great family weekend San Diego it's it's the lighting of the Christmas tree at sea world we have this great time then I get an alert on my phone I think please god now anytime I justice is taken to the hospital it is cause for concern this is what we know so far on Friday night after she was here at the corporatist abandoning conference by justice Ginsburg was at home she wasn't feeling well they said the court said she came down with a fever and chills she went to a nearby hospital here in Washington where doctors initially evaluated her and then decided based on her symptoms that she should actually had up to Baltimore to Johns Hopkins hospital yeah she's eighty six she's got the patriotic cancer she's battling it again and I just thought to myself could you imagine what that would look like for just a second if something was to happen your Sir member garland had the opportunity but they said no right which is like loud on watching here so if something was to happen you could be in a situation where you could be looking at impeachment going all the way through and then and then the hearings the trial you know they're talking about January early February six is that into our first primary in Iowa and then after that we go straight into something just as contentious which would be another selection if something was to happen and I'm like oh god place now I just this just at some point in time I just I'm kind of over you get it just one thing at a time three two three five three twenty four twenty three hatchet been to chose your Twitter feel free to tweet at me it is beyond amazing if you haven't heard the story it is incredible happened this the this more well this morning in Germany it it is just insane the German newspaper Bild is reporting that a power supply was cut off at around five AM local time what we understand from the place is in actual fact the alarm was sounded a full fifty nine a and and the police and security guards were on the scene in a matter of minutes we understand that the role of US two robbers and to the building through a small window into the museum some reports described the thieves as quick strikingly small yes this strikingly small A. K. A. little people Hey que tiny people just what they are now what do they get away with this is important so the green vault is where this is interesting it is according to them and to many it is the oldest museum maybe in the world but definitely in Europe that's where they describe it they have not only art there but what they have there Jules early Monday morning to thieves broke into Dresden's green fox one of the oldest museums in the world they entered through windows smashed a display case and made off with three sets of diamond jewelry and although police have not yet put a figure on it German media speculate they may be worth hundreds of millions of dollars that these are currently on the run but I've been captured on video footage and if the strikingly teeny tiny so they're they're estimating or trade five hundred million and potentially a billion dollars the only saving grace at this moment in time was the COBOL pieces of big jewelry were were on loan including a forty one carat green diamond which is that the New York City metropolitan museum of art that check this out one of them they think they took was a six hundred forty eight carat sapphire which was a royal give from Russian czar Peter the great a golden coffee service made seventy to one and a twenty five inch figure of more encrusted with precious emeralds in other jewels and wire juls important read the whole I've seen thing when they went to his house nice all the stuff he had hit diamonds because diamonds in jewels are pretty much untraceable so they're worried that they're going to damage them by taking them apart and then going out and selling them any I can be able to get those back that is insane it's totally ocean's eleven it is so we're thinking out what the best highs this could be up there for all the talk of stealing people's data this was just old fashioned stuff right this was like an old for next to a train robbery this is pretty a pretty awesome could you imagine robin a train now would you get like eighty debit cards nothing still on the train will begin again like robin a greyhound right would you get sixty three Bucks and a and a and a loose cough drops three two three five three twenty four twenty three acts have been to chose your Twitter hepatitis B. O. Chad we say that I don't know he said you know it always makes me laugh prison feel you'll find this funny I love the Amtrak trains I've never I'm a buses I love those I just think it's hilarious that there's a bus with Amtrak on the side of it because they don't go to wherever you are you took a train to take a bus three two three five three twenty four twenty three at seven to judge whether all right kids getting close to the holidays who's excited so this weekend I did not sleep well until I got almost and then I passed out but and I limitation we're up super early I drove almost a thousand miles we went to sea world and I still is tough time sleeping and the problem is I'm a say right now I.
"golden coffee" Discussed on The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast
"Tuesday or wherever you're the right bill stats. What's Your Brew House here? And so we are on a fifteen barrel OL- Crawford Crawford out of the quad cities over in Davenport whichever city they're actually in it's over in that direction But it was great work with those guys because they're relatively close to US fifteen barrel system that we've got going in here. We can actually max out out in about eighteen meryl's or so so when we are packaging which we just recently started do. It's Nice because I can make ten barrels else to go up and do our tin barrels serving tanks up behind the bar front and then have another six or seven barrels leftover back here that we can run off into cans. I see the hands up at the top there on the control panel. Yes we've got a we did. Our fifth can just came out about a month and a half ago. It actually fell off of the top of that control panel Hawes Brewing earlier today. There's it's wedged down the pipes correct pitcher and put it on the website but so we better to hazies in cans are are Julius. Squeezer the hazy and then brutus the big brothers ate Julia Squeezer yes so key One of our co owners claims to be terrible at naming beers decided that are hazy. VHA Julius Squeezer like you're great at naming beers this is fantastic in naming vein. We with our double. We call it brutus. If you're if you set the two cans next to one another brutus is actually stabbing Julius in the back with his hot laden. Ayton dagger there through Brutus. Which is our best selling beer in house? It's Nice German. Light lager are Pale and then of course our fool's gold which is kind of what we've been making a name for ourselves with and has been our best selling pulling beer to go since we opened up style the Golden Coffee Stout white style. Yes we actually go well. Well Fool's gold is so king of fools as an imperial golden old. Just what happens when it over a tiny ways Eh. It's an imperial sugar coated emperors. Well it just didn't sound as good. It didn't have what that's where the king came from a ruler order and I actually have a a German beer. That is a double version that we had thought about calling imperial but we can't call German beer imperial. It's d'appel in German. So that's the double apple strudel vice that I made with a ninety three octane just opened up. I'm not even we're going to get it so I I did a little research back to try to watch. We wanted to try to pronounce that beer while they're sitting in the pub and by the way ninety three octane is out in Saint Charles one of the New Jersey. That's open up. There came in under the wire so they came and did a collaboration with you. Ready and Obviously made it. Do they have that on Yeah they they opened up last Wednesday. I just can't get my head around. An imperial. Berliner is supposedly low alcohol. And what is this well and I'll say my nine percent wait a minute. My regular liberal leaner than I keep on tap far from the tree. It's four and a half which is strong for Berliners Berlin over four percent and that is kind of outside of the parameters of the style chef again. Actually I have been talking with him about the traditional methods of serving. Berliner Berliner Vice in Germany would serve it with the Woodruff Syrup and a Raspberry Syrup than you would get. It served three different ways so talking to chef about this he found now his neighbor actually was growing adrift in the backyard. That my on Komo actually grows really well along this latitude. Time the plane talking about please talking about plants bloody woodruff this so you were talking about trump. It's trump any grows wild right along this latitude line and so in Germany. They've traditionally used it to flavor a a- all different kinds of Bill Woodrow Syrup on their ice cream but they Traditionally will serve Berliner vice with a raspberry and a woodrow. So you get the based the raspberry the woodruff and then a like a seltzer. Water Pallet cleanser and so we do the traditional berliner flight. Here we started doing that Berliner flight and Nick the head brewer from ninety three octane came in he tried it as we were talking about doing beers and he thought it was a really cool characteristic. He actually picked up a little bit of an Apple Pie characteristic from it so I took that Woodruff Syrup made a big fourteen gallons of Woodrow Syrup And then boiled it with fresh cinnamon sticks and added that to the awful truth ice and affirmative that out and so. That's that's how we got that kind of Apple Pie. Characteristic was from the Woodrow Syrup and the steeping of the cinnamon sticks in there and comes out with a very strong apple pie characteristic. And it's it's been doing really well for the past two weeks that we've had it out. They've got three of their own beers and three co labs on tap over there. They did something with twenty five west and with a solemn breath also okay so let's talk about another beer that we have in front of us here and that is cooled on common denominator which which is yet another code lab right that you did with with Wolf Din Bray. Hey so and I want to a little aside real quick. This is one of the reasons that I am actually Salihi up here brewing in Chicago Land area as I love the very communal spirit that we have amongst all of our viewers here when I was down in in Dallas. Not that we weren't friends with one another but the beer industry was a little bit different. There was a lot of butting of heads and fighting for tap space up here I see very much of a collaborative spirit. Spirit amongst all of the brewers and instantly became good friends with a lot of breweries around here. Honestly Church Street was one of the first brewers that I went through when I was here I moved to Elmhurst popped on my bike and wrote up tight Tasca and check. Do you guys out and going out to all these local breweries and meeting all these people from around on the area it really. It's one of the reasons that I came up here. It's one of the reasons that I love this Chicago. Land Midwest brewing scene. And so doing these labs. It's it means a lot to me. It's very mean and bouncing ideas off of people have been doing this for fifteen years and I'm still learning every time I do something with somebody else. I get a new idea a new technique being out last weekend trying different beers. I get these new ideas so this isn't that we did with the Wolf Den. They've done a lot of loggers. I've gotTA lager brewing background.