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"kelowna" Discussed on Cascadian Beer Podcast

Cascadian Beer Podcast

02:40 min | 2 months ago

"kelowna" Discussed on Cascadian Beer Podcast

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"kelowna" Discussed on Cascadian Beer Podcast

Cascadian Beer Podcast

04:04 min | 2 months ago

"kelowna" Discussed on Cascadian Beer Podcast

"Know clobber of when we first opened we were super collaborative with our chefs in a sense of pairings and things like that as a woman. Who kinda has everything riding on this place. It was scary summer in you know but it was also one of those opportunities that if you had a crystal ball and you knew kind of laymen. It's going to be. It's going to be hard. It's going to be different But you're gonna get through it. I think he would've at least you eased our volcano of anxiety in her head sniff and allowed us to do more. So we're excited now is is come november or we're gonna do a lot more beer period stuff and get back to the fun. That was why we started this business. But when we got into this like ham sale of growth in it kinda lead us away from that a little bit so it's got exciting. We we got some really fun stuff plan and You know. I think beer and food is probably my first true love. When it came to bear. I loved everything that beer and food brought together and conversation and experiences and You know. I think to be able to try to bring that to our customers more. I think hopefully they'll appreciate and before we continue the covid. Nineteen pandemic has radically changed the way we are all living and working but now we are slowly. Starting to reopen are small businesses in british columbia although travel is somewhat limited throughout the province. There's nothing wrong with planning a future trip. That is what the bbc trail is. Perfect for on the website at bc l. Trail dot ca. You'll find recommended. Itineraries a comprehensive list of every craft brewery nbc a calendar of beer events and a blog with lots of great stories the regional l. trails include local breweries pubs restaurants. Along with other activities. The area has to offer so stay local for now but as you plan your post pandemic trip that the bc l. trail guide. You arrive thirsty. Leave inspired the bc l. trail. That's the and then the one Feature to that. I like about here is the bowling alley. Yeah how many lanes were we got six lanes so three and use at the moment but we have six lanes and That's another one man. It's like one of those things that it's like it's fun to have issued beers in roll some rocks. It's just kinda like our botchy court. It was always something that i like to do. Is if i'm going to be doing something..

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"kelowna" Discussed on Cascadian Beer Podcast

Cascadian Beer Podcast

05:08 min | 2 months ago

"kelowna" Discussed on Cascadian Beer Podcast

"Yeah i remember. I think it was like you know. I can't really remember the date. But you know in central city and phillips really started going. Oh man this is tangible like it always seemed to me in my mind is is just like a unicorn and it seemed like oh it's only for a few people that could actually do it so when i started being able to drink that beer and seeing it and feeling it and then going to vancouver and i think it was twenty fourteen thirteen when brass neck opened. And so this is like this is doable. Alibi room down there everything and then you kind of you know what it's like you you get a little you get into that scene and then you learn more and more than you know in. That was kind of where it all started. And i would say i would say by twenty twelve i i knew i wanted to do it and then by two thousand thirteen a year before we sold our other business. I started planning it right. So twenty twelve was when i really was like okay. This could be doable. But i didn't know anything about it. Just started reading and so like we're in cologne. This is a massive space and so has it always been like this or was it smaller beforehand. Yes we there's been like three different washy. Four phases of being a and it just kept expanding expanding expanding. This honestly was twenty. We had just finished our expensive. Twenty twenty was the first year we had no expansion plans right and you know but we didn't have covert plan so we. It was the first year since we open two thousand fifteen we had. We had expanded every year. Some form expanding it a and it's such a weird kind of like hamster wheel that you get on of of growth and expansion and growth and expansion and you know it's been a really important lesson for my wife to be holy moly when you're in that phase for five years actually go the other way and in the thing that you know..

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"kelowna" Discussed on Cascadian Beer Podcast

Cascadian Beer Podcast

04:55 min | 2 months ago

"kelowna" Discussed on Cascadian Beer Podcast

"Cascadia is a bio region in the pacific northwest and the north american continent. It's made up the. Us of washington oregon swells the canadian province of british columbia and in this podcast series. I highlight the unique breweries around cascadia. A region that has a strong presence in the international beer scene in this episode. I've traveled to colombia to visit a brewery in one hundred year old building. Being a brewing opened their doors in two thousand fifteen and have gradually been expanding ever since. Not just a berate. This building also houses a great eatery. There's as well as featuring an upstairs bowling alley. I sat down with one of the owners. Count nixon President of being neighboring sweet and how long has been been around I stay was June first two thousand fifteen so make just shy of five years or just just a little over five years. And i mean it's been an interesting fifty year. Yeah this year. Unlike any. I mean like everybody but i think it's going to be when we look back. It's going to be that one. That i think is gonna make a lot of these burris us especially being more of a. You know a food and beverage operation It's going to make its way better. It's gonna make us all better business better at marketing better at the preservation i've been thinking about is like it's The year recalibration right. And it's like what wasn't working before until your opportunity. Dude you nailed it sorted out. This is that time where i think everybody sat back and been reflective and probably never been close to their business. So i think it's i i you know i same vote like music and art stuff is i believe me. I was just saying this the other day that like. I think we're going to see some of the best albums of all time. The greatest movies. I think you've had these super creative talented humans being locked up and just in their own mind. And i think the same goes for breweries. I think there's some previews from some friends of some tracks. They're coming in on my.

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"kelowna" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:19 min | 2 months ago

"kelowna" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Want to tell ladies and gentlemen, now I'd like you to meet. A member of our troupe has just returned to the South Pacific. A man who's been all over a famous world traveler Professor Kelowna right here. Fact that we'd like a few words on your experience is a world traveler. That Pacific tour wasn't your first big trip wasn't Kelowna? Oh, no. I've been to England, Russia, Australia, Africa and the last You've been in England. Russia, Australia, Africa. Alaska? Yeah. I'll get one of your checks cashed yet. So we did You really go to Africa? I certainly and a famous hunter, a company to be on my feet. Look what that I said Buck, you're faded. Rule him out. You certainly You certainly like to see a lot of the world, don't you? Kelowna? Yes, that's why I just been listed in the West. Professor, the wax or all women. If you're in the wax, you're the only man on a group of thousands of women. Happy, little benighted head. I Professor, This is ridiculous. Trying to say you're in the wax. Oh, grow gets on just because you couldn't pass the physical, you know, Come on. The one thing puzzles me on a trip. You never worried about us. Coming down in the ocean is an awful lot of water out there, you know? Oh, I don't worry about that. Hope I can hold my breath for three hours. Don't hold your breath for three hours. That's ridiculous. No, it is. Yes, it is. No, we can hold us back for three hours. Watch. I'll prove me right now. Hey, fellas, while the professor's holding his breath, I'd like to say something I think is pretty important. When the army decides to bust you back to civilian life, you're gonna need one. A lot of things that cost money won't be able to get by, like Polona does just by holding your breath. No. The new clothes, you'll want to start in business getting married. Incidentally, the professor's getting red in the face. Well, they're things to start saving. For now. A good deal is G. I bonds or soldiers deposit. So think it over. Save a little each payday, Professor. How you doing? There's a guy go for a re tread. Very much because the clothes Our next request comes from Sergeant Russ Beg somewhere in the South Pacific. Russ says that all the guys in the island have pictures of a certain very beautiful Hollywood glamour girl. The boys just want to hear her voice. They say the nicest things to her pin ups. Naturally, never get an answer. So here she is tonight to say hello in person, Lovely Jane Russell. Your good side on it. They'll never look at me again. Well, welcome. Welcome to command performance, James. Well to be here by what can I do for you? I'll think of something, but right now. Right now. There's something that you could do for the fellas overseas. They want to know if your voice matches the rest of you. So would you mind saying line any line it all just quote something. Well, how about something from shaped their well, go ahead. O that this too, too solid flesh would melt..

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"kelowna" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:16 min | 3 months ago

"kelowna" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Days. Phoenix reaches 97 for high on Wednesday and 95 on Thursday before we dropped a 91 Friday, then the eighties this weekend with daily lows in the sixties. High clouds move in Wednesday evening, but it's saying drive to the end of the week on ABC. 15 meteorologists 90 degrees right now in Gilbert, whether brought to you by Howard Air, and we're coming up on 60 to Kelowna virus in Arizona. Arizona's health services has a draft playbook for distributing the Corona virus vaccine when it's ready healthcare and emergency workers are going to get it first. But should they you have to look at the groups of folks that are dying and being hospitalized, and that is predominantly seniors in congregate settings. Is Peter. Say, more joins us Live with the story. The former director of Arizona's health services suggest the draft should be putting care facility workers at the very top. So many of the deaths have come out of those congregate settings for seniors and the virus gets in with staff will humble is now executive director of the Arizona Public Health Association. Faster You vaccinate the staff and assisted living in skilled nursing, the better able you are to protect those residents. You're also able to take some pressure off the health care system because you'll have fewer hospitalizations coming. From that cohort, teachers and school staff and childcare providers form the bottom of the priority group right above them, though, comes food service workers, Humble says they may not need so much priority. Not that I don't care about that population. You have to think through where the biggest bang for the buck is in terms of saving lives and protecting hospital capacity. Food service workers are considered essential. Humble figures. They're listed so high for the cove in 19 vaccine in order to protect the food supply, and as other experts have told Katie our food service workers are unless typically and they have to work on site. Still humble is mostly pleased. But the state's draft for vaccine distribution, especially the part, enabling local control County health departments have a much clearer picture of what's happening in their communities where the top priority populations are. The resource is that are available to actually Vaccinate folks Humble expects the draft to change, especially as the CDC drafts more guidance for the operational aspects of vaccine distribution. If the initial vaccines that come out require an extremely cold holding temperature that would affect how you draw up your operational plan, because you may be limited in terms of the number of vaccination sites that you can use. The draft also outlines the decision making process. But those decisions still need to be made. And you Can't really responsibly make many of those decisions until you see what the CDC especially what the FDA says What you find out in the phase three trial. We don't even know that vaccine developers are still working on that Becky Peter. How does the rest of the Koven 19 vaccine priority list? Stack up? In the second tier Arizona's health services list nursing home residents, Arizonans with chronic health problems, and then seniors, the department prioritizes immunizing their caretakers. Then we have racial, tribal and ethnic minorities were Covad 19 rates are higher than in white communities. After that comes prisoners. Another group in a tight congregate, setting reporting live, Peter. Same or Katie. Our news. Thanks, Peter. The head of a issues. Bio Design institute says Arizona is in the midst of another surge in Corona virus cases. There's Deborah Dale joins us live from the new center with those details. Becky Lin Arizona code 19 cases are backto levels last seen here in early June, and it wasn't good. Then Dr Joshua Love Bear blames Covad fatigue. He believes people have begun gathering Mohr not always keeping mon, maths or social distancing, but There's a little bit of good news even though we are headed into a big surge. We are definitely not seeing as much of a threat right now on our hospital system, as we did, for example, over the summer, Dr Lieber says more affected coded 19 treatments are available now, and many covert cases can be treated on an outpatient basis Live in the new center Debra Dale Jr News Well, the Scottsdale Unified School District is seeing a rise in covert 19 cases. And it may be because of the behaviors of some students. In a letter sent to parents yesterday, Superintendent Scott Menzel says the district now has 25 active cases of covert 19 from nine cases a week ago. He worries it could be because some students are going to school sick, either with Corbett like symptoms or even after testing positive for the virus. He also says activities over the fall break, including students gathering with friends, unmasked and not basically distanced could be the reason for the increase. Cases. The city No Katie our news as Corona virus. Hospital Metrics rise Arizona's reporting 1040 new cases and seven new deaths today. This as about 7500 new diagnostic test were processed overnight. As these Corona virus numbers continue to rise in Arizona. Be sure and check for the latest information right here are 92 3 of them. You can also.

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"kelowna" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:39 min | 4 months ago

"kelowna" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"We are now for the legal something not available in every state in discount there is only available with farmers branded policy. Subjective conditions in the Army. Jersey changes our affiliate, our eye in the sky over the 605 between industry and Norwalk. Plus, we'll be updating a crash in the five in Burbank when we checked the roads again in 90 seconds is 3 53 Post office has been ordered to halt any new procedures or removal of equipment that would slow mail delivery ahead of the election. Nearly 21 million registered voters in our state, we will have the largest turnout likely in our history. State Attorney General Ha ve Your viscera says it will be an unprecedented election for California. Especially when it comes to voting by mail primary that happened this year more than 72% of Californians voted by nail. That number will hit or exceed 72% of Sarah joined several attorneys general across the country suing the post office, winning an injunction against the postmaster general who had ordered the removal of high speed sorting equipment that would delay delivery of balance. Get people to vote. That's let's give them confidence that the vote will count because of the pandemic. All registered voters in California are being sent ballots. Case they don't feel safe Voting in person. Election Day. Craig Fichtner can x 10 70 news radio. Seven years and $1.5 billion in construction has resulted in a massive new bridge connecting the city and port of Long Beach with L A and providing a path for cargo to leave the port for the next 100 years before a chequered flag was dropped on a convoy of big rigs and classic cars rolled across the Gerald Desmond replacement bridge. Long Beach Board of Harbour Commissioners, President Frank Kelowna said the seven year project 500 FT. Tall.

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"kelowna" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

04:33 min | 6 months ago

"kelowna" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"That MBA and my son is 11 years old. He's about five maybe plays baseball and can launch it. I So I'm really falling behind. I'm the guy that play I played in the NFL for nine years. And when I say that in my household, don't nobody give a damn I just should show the paycheck that bought that house. Marcus, that was always the one that worked for my dad was looking to see this roof. I know what I paid for it so you might have a goods on the owner. You might. You might have a good shot with that one. Marcus Spears with us going to be part of the new NFL live crew rolling out later in the middle of the month of August. Certainly that whole crew But Marcus is a part of that, like the NFL you guys are looking at is going to be different. And we've seen Ah lot of players. I'm curious. Have you been surprised by the number of players we've already seen opt out of this upcoming NFL season. I must say I've been a bit surprised, but not like to the point of being taken back, right? And obviously you see Damian Williams running back from Kansas City, opt out. Um, And this is what There's something that I thought I could protect you the half of because If you look at most of these guys is not making decisions about themselves. And like God's Got Beyond that scare report about this this virus. It is your transmit mission of it to somebody they can. I'll fight it. Obviously solder had the cancer in his history and his ki is history. And there's a lot of guys having the weight is against the risk of Not only immunity, but their new systems and all of that being prepared to handle this while playing a professional sport written history, so Man, It just is. It's tough. It's tough to see. And we knew, you know, I think a lot of people calculated, um players voicing their opinions and being Um, really constructive off of how they wanted to go about this. A certain players with history that we're watching on DH. Just some players opted out because they don't want to, You know, deal with the whole Kelowna virus thing While the league is going on, you've got to respect it and some we talked about earlier in a few shows that I was like you have to respect those decisions because you don't know each individual situation and these guys walked into after they lean. The practice the order practice facility and the fact that you can't bubblegum and keep him, you know, contain for which I don't think would have happened anyway. But he got in containment for that. Long of a season. You were running the risk of this. So now I'm not super surprising to me because these guys are making decisions based off. Mostly their love was that that we have a problem if they were if they contracted the virus. Absolutely. You saw so many players signifying that again. They have until Monday to opt out. Marcus, as always, we appreciate your time, my friend. Thank you, sir. My God. Thank you may appreciate I'll talk to you also. Marcus appreciate it, and that's what it comes down to people talking about their decisions of opting out. It's courageous to do or are the courageous to play or courageous topped out on this and you know what it is. It's a decision they made. They made it based on the health of their family, which is exactly what should be done no more no less. You know what? That's what the priority. That's what's first in your life. And if you feel the need to not play man more power to you, if you feel the need, you know I'm going to try and play more power to you. It is your decision to make no more no less. And I was on the Michael case show yesterday on ESPN, New York 98 7 And it's interesting because football players are so conditioned to just screw it. Find a way fight through it. I gotta play. Whatever I know it's not right for me, but I got to do it. I think it's the idea of it affecting others. That is really changing this more than anything else, because as a player, you know Can I get through it? Can I get through it and I feel like all these guys are, for the most part wrapping up thing. This This one isn't about me. It's about what I might do to other people are coming up the best case against pushing the college football season to the spring right now. We'll get to that after this..

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"kelowna" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:52 min | 9 months ago

"kelowna" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Most likely don't suffered then that means eventually they're not contagious so they're less likely to pass it on to those that are you know local vulnerable to this makes sense to me that's what's going on right now yeah I I think it's it it comes down also to the fact that people are willing to assess their own risk yeah because we were think about this now I understand if if we're talking about something that's highly contagious but now we have information that tells us all right what we should do who should be isolated what group should run isolated we're not talking about rushing the doors on a nursing home nobody hospital yeah but they still believe it's highly contagious that that that that that okay yeah so I thought you were I thought you were saying it's not like you're saying the opposite none at all okay I said it it is different because it is highly controlled cast okay and we're not talking about rushing the doors of a hospital or nursing home but we're talking about going being able to go out and again if if a store owner or company wants to open you know their doors to their employees they're going to check the wrong rest the point is is that they're going to assess that they're going to act accordingly at some point we're going to get there anyway we look at the death rate right now we look at what we know the new information just in the last seven to ten days what we find that you have a eight a decline in the death rate the more you test what does that tell you that's a trend okay now it's time to do some real planning now it's time to because the the state and local leaders that are saying yeah we're going to open the doors slowly what that tells me as the moment the media jumps on something you're gonna close the doors again you can't kill an economy over this we don't Kelowna Kanemi over people dying in car crashes tens of thousands every year we don't come to comedy for even more close to three times as many but died of the flu every year we don't so we're assessing the risk on as a society and that's what you do and at the point when as a society we say okay we know the risks we know what to do what not to do we know where to go where not to go yeah you're not gonna rush the doors at a hospital or a nursing home that's not what people looking to do but they're looking to get out and about and be able to go about their lives and be productive again as a society because we can't fight this thing if the wealth.

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"kelowna" Discussed on Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

10:46 min | 11 months ago

"kelowna" Discussed on Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast

"This whole he'll hold the make he holds it in case you turn out to be very long winded. He can take it up. A major theme of a lot of your work is that we really don't appreciate the potential ramifications of the science and technology that we're being both to all the time. I'm a science educator. Now thank you for your time. It's tempting to disrupt a curriculum that largely the same content based curriculum that we all inherited the day after sputnik went up right. What is it that we should be teaching students in science and engineering programs keeping in mind that many of them don't actually turn out to be scientists or engineers but citizens who still vote? What should we be teaching that? We're not teaching. So I feel like we have an under appreciation of why we do empiricism like the philosophy of science I think is is like under theorized in our discourse you know empiricism exists because people are really good at kidding themselves right and so you do an experiment and it doesn't come out the way you thought it would and you're like I'm sure I just wrote something down wrong. It's probably fine right and that's why you have to like write it down and show it to other people right. Like the difference between an alchemist. A scientist says whether you tell someone else what you think. You know right alchemist. Did a thing that looks a lot like science for five hundred years. They observed phenomena in the world that hypothesized causal relationship between them. They design an experiment to validate that that hypothesis. But then they didn't tell anyone what they thought they discovered which is like why alchemists discovered on their own and the hardest way possible over and over again for five hundred years. That you really shouldn't drink mercury right and the only alchemy they ever did right. The only base metal they ever converted to something precious was ignorance into science and the way that they did it is with publishing and we have a lot of domains in which trust me is our basis for proceeding right when we talk about proprietary and opener. Freeze open source or free software. People often focus on equities or cost or whatever. There's like a much better reason to require public. Scrutiny of Code. Because if it's not publicly scrutinized it's Al chemic- Code Not Scientific Code. And then the 737 start falling out of the sky right. So if you're GONNA put code in your car which is a robot you put your body into. That goes one hundred and twenty kilometers an hour down the road and and has the power to kill you in an instant then. That coach should be open to scrutiny. Not necessarily by because you may not have the chops for it but by someone I everyone right by anyone and yeah that's like it's hard right. It's like as proprietary matter firms. Do better when they can be proprietary. But I guarantee you the firm of engineers that designed designers steel joyce that hold up this atrium did not say trust us. We use some proprietary math. But we can't tell you about it right. And any firmer. Structural engineers would benefit enormously from being able to use proprietary math in terms of the psalms that they command and we tell them you're shareholders matter less than roofs caving in right so that that importance of empiricism in scrutiny in all matters of policy and the idea that like trusting someone who seems to know what they're doing works well but fails badly and that smart people make mistakes and I think that a good science curriculum should include Watson's eugenics and also another genesis. What was his name? Shockley invented the silicon transistors. The reason Silicon Valley's now called gallium arsenide valley and he took his Nobel prize money and went around paying people whose Iq was under one hundred get sterilized and never made a microchip in his eight. Original hires quit and founded Intel. Right so to say that here we have geniuses who did amazing things and we're so wrong about technical matters that were outside of their domain Watson. The eugenicist who believes an IQ and eugenics. He's like computational genome. Look at Watson's theory theories on race and they're like you're just you're not merely odious and hateful but you're just wrong right like we know about because we have big corpus of sequenced genomes. We know that all the things that you're hypothesizing are empirically wrong and the fact that you've got a Nobel prize for discovering the Double Helix after you stole it from that lady who worked the hall from you is irrelevant to whether you're right about this right you know speaking as the son of a man who got a kidney stone from following Linus Pauling advice and eating way too much vitamin C. Understanding that we use imperialism. Not because we don't trust you because all of us are wrong sometimes and we're most often wrong when we don't have to show anyone else are. Workings is a really important piece of science education and public policy discourse that I think would we could really benefit from show. You're working right. Thank you any other questions. Do we have any questions from anyone? Done prizes woman on Binary. Next thank you. Hi you're really great thanks. Writing them Also what do you think about spot being commercially available now? The little robot dog from Boston Dynamics clock that it was. I mean busted I- Mexicans to make some pretty dope robots. It's a pity that like their major source of revenue is making robots to kill people in American imperialist wars right but like they're cool robots. I mean I'm also a big Fan of like a cathode ray tubes and lots of other things that came out of American war efforts that general purpose computer right. Those are all good but but I'm not a big fan of the Boston dynamics a firm you know but I was just I've been reading. What's his name Matt? Stoler Book Goliath has history of antitrust law in the US and you know a lot of the companies we think of as like cuddly. Nice companies were unbelievably terrible rapacious. Goons in the day. Amp was the one of the great monopolists of its era and they destroyed the lives of family farmers and small grocers. And then you know. Antitrust law came along and smack them around for a while another just this cuddly also ran grocery brand and you know all all go by and amp root. Beer if I if I fancy one without without worrying over much about what was working in their history in the same way that I'll have a Bayer aspirin or you know. Buy Something made by I g Farben so you know I guess you know. Boston dynamics make cool robots but I just I'm not gonNA rush out and buy one of them question. Yep Hi Cory. Thanks for your time tonight. It's all I haven't read your books. I heard you on the CBC a few days ago and decided about half a minute that I while when her coming here you scratch. Aw so so I just wanted to say thanks. Got My free ticket. Money's worth about the first ten minutes Larissa's L. Bonus so a very simple idea about privacy. That's confused me. So I want some feedback. People are posting everything about their lives on. And then maybe the same people are saying. We have this problem with privacy invasion of privacy so my very simplistic idea is well. If we just got rid of the fact that privacy just erase it what what would that result in as a basic way to say? Well there's no. There's no privacy at all. That would solve it right now. I'm sure it was so then. These are these are observations that people have before and they're certainly part of our discourse about privacy so it's not a. It's not a fringe thing to say. It's not where I come down on privacy so I think that there's a couple of things going on in that in that intervention. The first is that privacy is not secrecy. Privacy is the ability to decide who knows your stuff. It's not that nobody knows your stuff right like I know what you do when you go into the bathroom but like you probably close the door and I know what your parents did to make you but it takes a special person to want other people to watch so privacy is not secrecy right so that's the first part. The second part is closely related. Which is that the ability to decide who knows. Your stuff is keyed or social progress. So if you think back within living memory it was illegal for people of different ethnic backgrounds to make a baby together fell in love. It was illegal to consume cannabis. It was illegal to be gay. It was illegal for women to wear trousers. You know like all of these things. There are people alive today who remember this right and the way that we got here today the way that we got to this moment where all of these things that were once considered illegal or not only consider normal but people who think that they should be illegal are considered monsters is by people who had a secret about themselves something that they hadn't told the people in their lives being able to choose the moment at which they disclosed part of their true selves to other people around them in order to build alliances with people who weren't compromised by having some secret about themselves were carrying around right the day. You Tell Your Dad. You're gay is not over the dinner table at Christmas because you're having an argument with him. It's like when you're on a fishing trip and you're sitting down you're having a real like cuddly moment and you you you come out you make that alliance right one conversation at a time people were able to make those changes right and so one of the corollaries of this. Is that unless you think that we have now attained all the social change. We need you know like in fifty years our grandkids. We'll say. Tell me again grandma and GRANDPA. How was it that in two thousand twenty? Social Progress had reached. Its Apex and we haven't had to do anything since then. There are people in your life today who you love and care about and cherish who have a fact about their life that they excuse me i. It was missed up when I talk about this. In fact about their lives that they've never told you that they've never been their true selves with you. And it's a great Soro in their lives and unless we have space for privacy then they will go to their graves never having revealed that to them and you will in some small way be complicit in that in that in that sore on that hole in their heart that they were never able to heal. Because you were never able to address them as their true selves. Right so privacy. Is this driver of our social progress and eliminating won't eliminate secrets it'll just eliminate our ability to make our peace with them..

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"kelowna" Discussed on Cascadian Beer Podcast

Cascadian Beer Podcast

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"kelowna" Discussed on Cascadian Beer Podcast

"Leave inspired the BC L. Trail DOT CA. Alright let's jump back in the conversation with Kettle River in terms of the three years that you've been opened like how much of this change have you seen in. Colona like is is there quite a wide variety in terms of beer styles. In terms of what's what's on offer? Is it kind of still kind of middle of the road in terms of what everybody's doing at call it fair fairly general but there's definitely some some people that are pushing towards style specific production. Like if you look at our friends up at wild ambition doing some really cool sour wild stuff that You know is really specific to them and it worth going out there to check them out and you know if you go to Ali at boundary booing. He's doing German specific styles and You know we're we're a bit more on the West Coast. Tend to things so there are different far as consumers go. I think people are pretty open to whatever right now. You definitely still get some of the folks that walk in and ask for your lightest closest to Budweiser. But then you also get someone who's really excited about a marriage barley wine so a little bit everything all right it's Just expansion plans. I mean that's that's pretty much where you're going is the kitchen. At the moment you know looking at possible possible packaging things and you're just happy with this is your your might not looking to build a second location or anything like that or no definitely no desire to make a second location. I think you can expect to see from us. Once these Reynolds are done and we've kind of worked through the front of House changes to be looking at some additional volume in the back so we can be a bit more consistent on the different skews or producing as well as how we roll out that bit of package product so it's available and not just here for a week and then gone for six weeks or something like that so moving into our production schedule in the back. This fall is going to be a lot of our focus. So in terms of opening up a brewery will be some advice that you could give somebody who is looking to do that but rusty this find a bunch of money. That's the biggest thing when we started this. We you know we kind of just asked her. Mum's and aunts and uncles for a little bit of investment and had a little bit of her own cash. And you know it was. It was the hard way to do it. We we started really small and we started on a What was it like one? Barrel last Bruecke was one one barrel it sixteen one barrel fermenters and that's how we rolled into her. I guess one and a half years and Must've been a relief with the fiber all five hundred huge but But it's just the way we could do it with with what we had. I mean obviously the more resources you have the better. I don't know I'm sure there's tons of things that we can tell you that we did wrong down. The list is bottomless. I think some good advice bat It is to be his hand easy. Canter no folks that can help you fix things whether it's you know you're glycol unit or I don't know if you're boilers acting up or something any any one if you can do a better but if you've got a buddy that can come and have a look at that goes a long way and we've been really lucky with a lot of you know. Close friends that have been able to step in and help us out or you know neighboring breweries. Or what have you and Wilson what Could somebody do to make better? Beer have made better big. Just believe be consistent to research Thinking about all the old variables dream. You know dreaming. Just be be exciting trying to do things differently. There's a lot of good is out there and there's a lot on So I think just practice what you know trying to be consistent and just be interesting. Well thank you very much. Gentlemen for your time really appreciate thank you. Yeah thanks to come by. Thanks you thank you to Chris Wilson and Russ for their time especially since construction was going on so since this taping of this episode they have since opened the provision kitchen and expanded their patio outside so lots has happened. And you know what I saw in their instagram. The other day there's some cans sneaking around so everything they were talking about. They've done so there. We go so be sure to check him out there in Colona. Can't wait to go and visit them again. I checked out the expanded patio a few months ago and you don't. I'm looking forward to spending some more time there because really love the guy's a Kennel River. Thanks a lot again guys and thanks again to the BC L. Trail for making this episode. Possible you can visit them at BC L. TRAIL DOT CA. If you want to follow along with his podcast series you can by going to the website Cascadia beer. What do you know you can also follow us on social media by going to facebook dot com for slash cascading in beer or on twitter at guests? Gedeon beer and on Instagram Cascadia. Beer podcast thank you so much again for your time. I really hope you subscribe to the show and your podcast apps that you won't miss the next episode and hope you share it with a friend to a really appreciate your time and until next time remember. Support your.

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"kelowna" Discussed on Cascadian Beer Podcast

Cascadian Beer Podcast

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"kelowna" Discussed on Cascadian Beer Podcast

"Welcome to the Gas Gideon. Beer podcast my name. Is Aaron Cascadia in in this podcast series profile the breweries of Cascadia a region? That has a strong presence in the international beer scene. If this is your first time here welcome. I hope you enjoy this episode of the PODCAST and I sure. Hope you subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts. That will you'll never miss an episode. Cascadia is vile region in the Pacific northwest in the North American continent made up of the US states of Washington Oregon as well as the Canadian province of British Columbia in this podcast series. I highlight the breweries of Cascadia a region that has a strong presence in the international beer scene. Last summer I was enjoying and slightly melting in the heat of the Okinawan while visiting Colona BC Kettle River Brewing Company is a small batch neighborhood brewery and seemed great support from the community as well as the local industry opening their doors in two thousand sixteen. They've since expanded and added to their location. I sat down with some of the team from Kettle River brewing. My name is Christie Danske partners Kettle River and your general manager around here I float between back in the front. I'm Wilson and I. I'm the other half the partners and I do a lot of the administrative stuff and yeah than anything else. Maintenance was whatever needs to be done around here sweet. We're at Kettle River and Beautiful Colona. Thank you so much. This is three panels. I think only had one other episode here. Three guests so yeah. We're doing good here. We showed up in force so the first question is how long you been open here. We'll be three years July July sixteenth. I think cool and Question for all of you how to be refined you I guess my beer tastes kind of just evolved over the past while before starting us over the you know say half a dozen years before starting this you know you just start with the Gateway Beers and they get into it then of course like fat dog was one of the big ones for me and and then what really got me into the brewery. Seen going down of his at Chris in Vancouver he lived in East van and the the burris around there were just great and walking distance and came to the point where it was like. Why don't we have this in Kona and That's kind of where you get hurt. It was just tree at the time. Right when you're thinking about this Yeah and then I think about probably eight months before we opened probably more than a year before we open being a started. So Yeah Cool Wilson. Out of beer find you. Hieroglyphs numeric clicks. Right your man from the past and this usually I was in. Australia was a group of their and at the time line and Clicks on the wall and I was like oh I got so recession. The history of beer voice been in the industry must do in light of hospitality in managing bars and the brew. The pre revolution happened during that period. Economists want me under its wing and here I am. Chris came to a little bit of a roundabout way. Mean being Vancouver. There's lots of stuff like Phillips around those enjoying that and my background previous was advertising sows. Enjoying beers like Granville island or something maybe a little bit bigger and then like Russ was saying forty nine opened up about a block from in that kind of changed everything and slightly hooked ever since right cool so just the idea of river out of that. Start like where did the? How did the Conversation Start Russell? `field this one. I mean the idea for the variance itself. Just starting a brewery was Kinda Chris. I sit not are on my back deck and you know we were talking about great near the beer scene in Vancouver is and live. We don't have it here to really well you know You know I'm good at fixing things and you really get. The advertising side of things are the marketing side of things like you know they find burr. We could start our own brewery then. Chris how did you find Wilson that Wilson came serendipitous? Louis Since opening we we've moved through a few different brewers and it just so happened that Brad who's been here. Kinda since we opened was leaving to start his own thing and you know within a very short time span Wilson had reached out and it you know felt like the right move as soon as we met him. You know pretty fan killed each other yet right. So what? What were you dealing with Wilson? One when you came here like a half the styles change much under your reign and what eternity to tend to focus on. Let's say exchange. You know that the Colby is here. We've added a few bits and pieces. But I think just the way that we do things a little bit different. It was a lot of fear that is very good. The coal branch the the loose canoe and The ABC the Pale and things like that but just to add a little bit more variety. We've looked at some of the stalls and we've just affected them and we've added a few things that we think that will be cry places Esp Thank you very much. Yeah you know that was kind of a group effort you know it was something that was we talked about. This is what we do figure these things out between us and then we just try to implement them and try make them what for for the people also right so I was opening day then. Chris Lake How were you received by the community opening day with was nuts? I mean there's there was and still is quite a demand for for craft beer and and people are really excited about it in town. You know right from the opening there. There was a whole bunch of people that were lined up and ready to go and As a few other spots in town of open we've kind of seen the community grow and Yeah seen people get excited and learn more about it. So it's not a diminishing participation just just more until totally ads it's been maintained since opening and Yeah we're we're doing our best to make changes now to you know. Keep the excitement going along with all the new spots in town. And what would some of those changes will? We're looking at I guess the biggest one is a kitchen space Since opening we were working with the girls from creation food truck who are good friends of ours and they're going to move in here and take over an awesome new kitchens under the title of provisions. So we're we're super excited about that and that's going to be open in the next couple of weeks here soon as we can and then along with that we're doing some changes with our You know kind of tasting remarried a bit more accommodating to food service as well as expanding our patio so instead of the we have a little strip outside right now. It's about a car parking space. It's going to be the whole front and a little bit more comfortable to hang out and enjoy the sun Exactly Yeah so then you guys package your products at all. We have previously You know in the off season but slower Clinton is pretty good tourism town so it offset some of our through Previously bomber bottles and moving them to a few select liquor stores around town moving into this winter. We are looking at maybe a few different options. We haven't quite settled on it yet due to what's been keeping busy currently with the Renos and everything but yeah we can expect to see a small amount of package product but like with with that packaged product also comes volume demands right. So like what's the Brew House and like? What do you need to do accommodate that if we have to work work work through but at the moment we're just keeping up we've had a few issues just because the volume people we just sending a lot more progress at the front so in the autumn? Hopefully we'll be able to make a plan and safe. We know we're not gonNA talk about expansion ship. We've got a lot of things going on but some was the size that you're currently dealing with all five battle saw we've got five for mentors. We operate like a brew pub. So we're really not interested in trying to take over the world with distribution But we'd really like to offer some takeaway product for guests and maybe the former crawler something like that. You GotTa be the most realistic in here for you to seek kind of rolling into following through this winter right. I'm in conversation with kettle referring now..

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"kelowna" Discussed on Alice @97.3

Alice @97.3

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"kelowna" Discussed on Alice @97.3

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"kelowna" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

10:24 min | 1 year ago

"kelowna" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Can we stop another additional White Christmas another one or zero metal one yeah yeah just like yours I'm done but there's only been one Christmas in Hollis only one I bias owners was in Oakland well then thousands room get on it then started you we did have Christmas that's why you know Christmas outcast did a Christmas song about not having wares ball wave Kelowna yeah that's where we get a great Christmas songs I readily admit that my MBA viewing so far this year has been minimal with the exception of checking in on the warriors and be in at times said and at other times confused when I'm watching them although last night was a man that was the old college try but this is professional basketball Steve Kerr is going to join us at five thirty Chris Mullin for fifty but am was not NBA this season because I just been involved in more football viewing of for Bobbi's reasons with the Niners but they're just had been a lot to get me excited except for tonight I'm down with Lakers will works what what happened last night no I just said that like warriors Blazers that was yeah I just said that it was like I was cool but nail zero college trouble discomfort you get excited about no of course not there's no hole a rematch of the Western Conference finals in no way should prepare verses drive on keep your number I'm not gonna stop you because if you got more after that CJ verses Jake of evidence and should start re read verses sure re read very few carvers Terry Stotts C. Carmelo Anthony in the Blazers uniform knowledge is now sorry no Lakers box rockets clippers back to back TNC Thursday night a man I'm a hundred percent in in to the point where I'm taping Lakers books so I can watch it at first when I get to the crib then she sat with some rockets clippers now you're talkin and listen the NBA very smartly and a lot has been talked about the NBA ratings being down across the board would nationally and in local places like the bay area with the warriors it down fifty percent maybe a little bit more than that snow Thursday night football the NBA very smartly with the sports landscape basically all to yourself no disrespect hockey this is when you put on some showcase games white Lakers Bucks clippers rockets and to the best of my knowledge everybody plan no load management I'll be watching he imagines a my little manager of co I was like nah I'm good and I'm so we're all site Adam silver ready this while they're I think they're taking all my mates you play in the right lane and I as we get all of their fight but now I mean is this Mr go well last night we try to overlook did ever watch in the near win in Portland yeah it was crazy testing terrible first quarter you have you had a third like warriors basketball right now I don't much care for his basket right though they were they play hard they shot it over the phone it in turn it over once in the end they forgot about defending Damian Lillard CJ McCollum and Carmelo it forget it they were there okay this sounds so make originally was that what it is uhhuh and those those three guys made the you were the problem was it really came now the words could make layoffs well he bottom line we talked about that they just was so we lay ups that they do is after you today I'm understanding of the warriors current situation I do not going to watch a teen miss lay ups but what about make threes okay in they did that last night they normally don't do that I listen I'm not what happens is if I wanna watch people miss layout I'll go to the park and I'm not going to the park to watch people miss lips yeah because I don't have my shoes well it was the lives and uniforms and that's not enough to give me gone sorry ladies with you once you leave the hoods I mean not really but I mean if I have to pick something sure fun a logic now look I'm not the I'm I'm all about being entertained that okay was entertaining it was nice I gate was started painting stopping you build and stop playing hard the rotation is we're gonna March he's Chris play well and that that game was good and none of that can be denied CJ McCollum dropped thirty yeah you guys do you know do you have Russell's make it's very I draw yeah man yelled at somebody around this is the third hit five threes like when they were playing they were about their life yes they went out there they competed they died later in okay fine hi fi shot making and star power to be more entertaining which is you know something to where you're trying to so I want you to see what are you trying to teach I'm trying to learn to sew okay I'll just try all you want to see the other was just watch picture rolls entertaining once once you won't even call the sign on the pick a role if you will be entertained what Steve Kerr's reactions to his team play you tell me that's not entertaining really you know it is what we don't others and is what we're doing is we're you know I'm just saying that we you watch is Steve Kerr address is the letter as we will at five thirty rather than watch him look at his team and go I'm ready just missed another way up or all men are not gonna guardian let that stop you stop it right now it was all it was a fine effort by a team that let's be honest there their efforts but over the course of a basketball game I've been lack they won't much they wound you don't understand you got to learn how to take that's how you do it you play well enough to have a chance to win in the lose all right that's how you get Weitzman who is get a bowl you don't even believe how you take yeah even now would you do if you make it interesting on home you you put up a good fight you get the young guys of experience you get sold close to women and then you lose that that that's that's how you take so we always talk about learning how to win you're telling me that last night the warriors learn how to lose no they learned like yo if I make the lives we can win and they didn't and that's what Sam was a fellow that that's but some say no now we're now in a different mindset with the warriors where they need to learn how to lose in no they only to learn that they know how to do that yeah go ahead and exercise an entertaining way to go because that's the difference and at times head scratching the horrifying yes last night they learn how to lose an international or back to lose it entertaining hi last night was part of the good thing see this is something I am I am unfamiliar with because I am not a Knicks fan so I don't know anything about this so I'm and I'm learning with free body L. the forty four is the workers are doing this with there's no like Luka dass lead for which is tough well we can do you don't get you don't really buy just you do get to pick when you stink but you really don't get a chance to pick when you stick sometimes just will give us as the pig with all your best players get hurt exactly that's that's what you don't pay now when they get hurt you get to pick how long they stay out so you can continue to say but that's a different story for different so there are there is a low budget taken and then there is middle class take him and then there's the Ellie gets last night with a leg thank before they've been dollar store tangling before it was yeah it now right beau it was down the store another whole foods thinking is Richard all man yeah or almost any drama goals all is a wood middle of the road be Mollie stone's thinking I mean you know so lucky easel save which is the the ubiquitous chain grocery stores okay though you know what let's do a lucky lucky California since they are a sponsor of the very program you're listening to right now so it's let's stay on brand in please are our corporate overlords so yeah they they've been they they've been dollar store taken when you know they've got the love you take about last night was elegant L. again thank you're right there you do you like you can taste the victory only to have this that's the way sometimes we have so much in common and sometimes I look at you and go who are you who is is two males may is is is right now we don't know who is Marcus Thompson okay B. R. insiders but man like a hundred grand senior writer for the athletic but Charlie's whose visitors on my arm it is you got appreciate the art there's levels to this we appreciate the art of it this is a masterful there is only broken one clipboard this year which is surprising roadway well when you broke it you broke today believe there they are yeah it's hard to get out of the game he was a wrestler light while he went full all I need is not breaking kayfabe if he understands the elegant take hi Steve Kerr's joining us at five thirty Chris Mullin before that at four fifty have pets headlines coming up James Weissman the name you know as a warrior fan he's in the news it's it's good news unless of course your Memphis tiger basketball fan we'll tell you about that just a bit here on the sports leader game on KNBR one oh four five and six eight yeah yeah yeah deck the halls oh oh oh jingle bells.

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"kelowna" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"kelowna" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

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"kelowna" Discussed on Cascadian Beer Podcast

Cascadian Beer Podcast

13:54 min | 1 year ago

"kelowna" Discussed on Cascadian Beer Podcast

"A comprehensive list of every craft brewery NBC a calendar with beer events and a blog with lots of great stories the regional L. trails include local breweries pubs and restaurants along with other activities area has to offer. So whether you're planning a weekend trip or being a tourist in your own backyard that the BC Ale trail guide you to your next beard venture arrived thirsty leave inspired at BC L. Trail dot CA. Alright let's jump back into my conversation with vice and virtue cool and then what was the whole focus of the styles of beer that you wanted to approach. Because I mean we're sipping on some now and they're very lovely but they are not your typical run-of-the-mill beers I'd say right. Let's say like I guess when we when we very first set album wanted to keep everything fairly simple. That was before we knew we. Will you know hire a professional brew? So you know we started out Beasley reproachable visit. We locked as well. So we start off with pills are pile I knew and install Ip and then that would be the drinking there which is sort of quickly became our signature. Beer Raspberry Voss the reason behind that was my one of his spot he'd saying via similar to that and he's he's like we gotta make that beer and I'm like you crazy cylinder red beer and colonial. Trust me on booze and then people will people who cross it and so he went for it and luckily we had that idea in place. We didn't really have the technique in place. Luckily giants came in at the right time. showed us how to do it and pretty much knocked her out of the park batch and we went so is Your number one selling beer or yeah. Yeah I mean they also very well. It seems to have that kind of that kind of stood us out straightaway in the mock completely different color than everything else. Yeah and then. What have been some front products that you've brought in terms of the great thing about working here is they. Give me quite a bit of leeway to experiment when I first job they officer. Well we need these four beers in the not for that. Whatever you can sort of come up with so it's It's been great. I've been sort of experimenting with a lot of new hop varietals and fruit as well obviously We've been smashing are quite a few fruit beers. Which is sort of the big draw for me to come to the Okinawa in the first place no shortage of roof the accessibility to local fruit as well as access to wind barrels to me. It seemed like probably one of the best places in Canada to make beer here in Bristol County I would say would be would be the two spots. Been doing all kinds of crazy things While you mentioned you mentioned wine barrels. Have you done anything with wind? Rare to Projects with Dave from Tantalus One of the owners and the first one we did was reasonably Coche Which I quite enjoyed so we used some of his old vine riesling grapes and just Let them for met with A basic German riesling coach and It turned out quite popular. It was pretty interesting. The D. ended up doing two batches The second bachelor's a little bit funkier because grapes had been sticking around from different character. That was quite enjoyable. And then the second one we did was a cirrhosis on so he used some late harvests. Sarah Grapes and But the men with A sort of a new age Cezanne and it worked out pretty well. You've got some of that spice character idea of trying to replicate some of the flavor profile of Sarah but in a easier drinkable laura alcohol. Beer and I like to quite a bit Some people have said they've enjoyed it too. You know it's think of like definitely totally enjoyed vs I would say that You know I think that those. Those gripes were slated for swollen grapes. And the the freeze didn't really come this year and time for us online right so it was light harvest so we kind of hoping that this year we get the freeze a bit of Elliot's so we can get that noisome fresh snap but I mean there wasn't bad when you see everyday drinking beer and Tyson's roussines and as always always trying to push and say what we could do next though right so yeah it's nice for them to sort of give me the leeway to just by. Well here's a beer have never made before and let's hope it works and you only get one chance a year to do it because it's only come around once so it's can take a few years to perfect. I think but So far we're on the right step and then you're really at the force of nature at the point in like yeah. They don't freeze correctly on in this case it was actually our benefit because You know the winery couldn't use it. So we swooped in there from twice leaving the before the DS and the birds got into date right so like going back to the opening how was how was that opening week. Leg was the response from the community. Like amazing man like this is The it's like mind blowing really like when you come out of like essentially come out of the shed and the new deep into the organizing phase and there's a lot to do to open a berry you know you don't just say I've been a brewery and then you know it's a lot of work on luckily really amazing team of Investors around me and business partners Who Still Hands on the day? Actually lots of them get their getting involved right now. In China organization join organizers one year anniversary party and you know they're they're involved. They're always for me to coal and stuff like that but I also have a lot of Influence I'd say in the valley so I think that didn't hurt us. Also like we bought on Nelson as a business partner. Who's chef here does low mazing stuff? And he's really strong following in the culinary community so Yeah we really hit the ground running in a big lie so it was. It was pretty mindblowing. Man Like you had long out the door the first three or four weeks up. We ran out of beer. It was a very quick turnarounds on could've used time. But you do what you gotta do right so good. So what's what's the plan for the future here. I mean it's only the first birthday coming up but you know what? What does it be beyond year one here? Yeah I don't know I would say like the big thing for us is like Colona being seasonal town like you know great in the summer when everyone's here and you know it's it's everyone's floor frolicking around in the coggin son and thirsty and excited and it's really Fairly cool we. We noticed that big downturn in September through to essentially February but we hit package product on the things that we might serve. You know we we. We might at certain things went. Well we went fairly heavily into the packaging. Now we've had to retract that a little bit so I guess L. L. Focus is keeping that the quality of the Biz is one thing and then some slot expansion with the tanks have been doing some stuff with some other breweries in town here That might lead to something for us. about we'll just kind of like. Cape rounding ourselves out and whistle working it out. You know I'm still. Also there's lots of development going onto in the neighborhood. I mean like like this could be a completely different vibe in a year or two right. Yeah exactly yeah. Futures on So in terms of both of you move into Colonie what drew you to Colona. Besides beer like Like what do you enjoy doing is absolutely beautiful? The weather To me was the every time I came here. It was just hot is hell and dry and it felt like paradise. I didn't know whether could be this good Canada. So that was the main driving factor. And it's just it's scenic. It's absolutely beautiful The people elect a decent government. An Ontario is just as getting a bit more challenging to live. There is just constantly in traffic dino rat race kind of place and so I was looking for a bit of a different vibe and this town definitely has it as as does all of BC. So it's I don't know I would recommend everyone to move here Familiar at to be honest. I came here and I six on a three. Stop One on my world tour so I ended up he space. Be for three months. Sorry and I An update met my now wife and Yeah it's still on my. Apparently we might be doing a trip to Europe this year. What alone small slice steps. It'll be there in terms of like tourist attractions and suffer. When people come to visit you. What else can they do in local area here? First thing I do is I live grocery from Knox Mountain so I usually take him on a hike up there Which is absolutely beautiful. We can see the whole town thrown in the lake afterwards. unless it's the wintertime. I I really think that like a lot of people like when I came here is six. Clinton was a different town for sure. It was probably still moving out of. It's like more like a small town sort of coming of age. I would say there's a lot of established wineries and stuff at that point and there's and it seems like the quality of the region has like definitely drawn a lot of good winemakers Saudi makers as distilleries popping up on the same. It's the same as a tech division. This same there's a lot of like cool stuff going on here for people to move to Besides that I would say like you know. Obviously the like the big wide royds superstar multi multi sport molly season split places Yeah there's tons of stuff to do. And let's drink intended there's lots of breweries popping up man seemingly developing arts and music scene as well. The local bands are pretty fantastic. And there's also a lot of great local artists as well. I guess it's a little more affordable to live here than it is in Coober So and muzzle take advantage of that don't and if Somebody who's wanting to the path opened. The upper themselves would be some advice. You can give them get a good group of people around you who patient and can understand when you go. I have about yeah I would say. The big thing is is like money in patients. Yeah I don't know it's like I kind of enjoy that like. We've got a fairly large and invest group but it all comes from a place that we're all people from Kalona we could. We knew what we could bring to the same if we did it right. And we knocked down and we'll talk and got the right people on board I. It's probably doesn't make the greatest man dollar in sense but if you want to cool project I think bring her a lot of cool people together. Who HAVE THE SAME VISION? And just had some patients like working with the especially. If you'RE GONNA do in base say like the governments you know that they're gonNa love on their plight man so it's like is what it is tom at out in a place like Kleiner. Seasonals runs antsy to get it done by some of. You might not make that summer right. So it's like I just I'd say try and get that financing and get that financing place and just a good group of people around you can kind of like understanding when you make a phone call to say. Hey man like I gotta get you down either. Dig This ditch Pipes actually going the wrong way when we actually dug the floor up and everyone is down here within forty five minutes. Five shovels digging stuff out of the ground is pretty Rad side. That would be my advice. Make sure you hire someone who knows how to make Beer Savelli Or or a winery. Higher good winemaker. It's amazing how it seems to be an afterthought for a lot of people what is what we do again from Ontario. It seems like there was a lot of vanity projects where people are just contract Brousseau. They could try and go around other friends that they ought to brewery when they don't and they would just you know put a lot of sub bar product because I don't know if they ever were that interested in it they just needed something for their egos but thankfully.

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"kelowna" Discussed on KQED Radio

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"kelowna" Discussed on KQED Radio

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