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Gourde helps Lightning rally for 6-3 victory over Blackhawks

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 months ago

Gourde helps Lightning rally for 6-3 victory over Blackhawks

"The lightning three oh one one on their six game road trip after a six three comeback win over the Blackhawks Yanni Gourde Andre polite Victor Hedman each scored power play goals in the second period taprooms one hundredth career goal also came with the man advantage giving Tampa Bay a season high four power play goals scored finished with two goals and two assists as the lightning improved to seventeen for into we're down by three goals we need to get things going on and is pretty obvious that if we don't turn the ship around at that point that we're not gonna win that game so we started working better like trying to put up a few shifts together and then we we scored a few goals that kind of give us a little bit of momentum the T. S. yeah mark had a goal and an assist for Chicago on the ferry

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Coronavirus Brings Beer Drinkers Back to Bud Light

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

Coronavirus Brings Beer Drinkers Back to Bud Light

"Well when the pandemic came Americans turned to blood light the Wall Street journal says big beer brands had been losing ground for years before the corona virus struck now drinkers are turning back to mainstream beers as the crisis ship sails from taprooms to grocery store aisles giving a boost to giant beer companies well dealing a setback to small

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"Brain Food" Week + Coronavirus Podcast Recommendations

Feedback with EarBuds

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"Brain Food" Week + Coronavirus Podcast Recommendations

"This week's theme is brain food. The curator is Ariel Retro. Here's why Arielle chose this theme. She says hi their minds. Ariel and the theme. I chose for this week's newsletter is brain food. I chose this theme because usually when I eat I just sort of been hailed the without thinking or chewing for that matter so this newsletter felt like the perfect opportunity to kickstart my brain and to get me to put a little bit more thought into what. I'm eating where it came from. And maybe the story behind to hope you enjoy here are the podcasts and episodes chosen by Arielle. Monday's episode comes from Radio Cherry bomb and is called climate. Change Food and you. It's forty six minutes long in this episode is your favorite food headed for extinction. Climate change is causing farmers around the world to rethink what they grow and how they grow it which is going to impact what you eat in the very near future. This climate change food connection is the subject of Mandal's important new book. The fate of food will eat in a bigger hotter smarter. World Tuesday's episode comes from the Food Program and is called Pints of progress. The brewers changing attitudes to learning disabilities. It's twenty eight minutes long in this episode brewer and broadcaster. Jay Go wise visits breweries where a progressive approach to employing people with learning disabilities is pouring away. Preconceptions helping tell the story is Michaela. Overton a brewer at ignition in Sydenham south London a brewery founded to create meaningful work for people with learning disabilities which has gone from glorified homebrew to running to taproom selling their beers in this program. We follow their collaboration with London. Brewer Gipsy Hill to make a beer as part of the social brew. Collective Wednesday's episode comes from copper and heat and is called food delivery APPs with homeroom. It's thirty five minutes long in this episode what happens when tech startups backed by venture capital create food delivery. Apps and a whole new system that is relied on by restaurant folks across the US we chat with the folks at home room to go the takeout only location of the Popular California Mac and cheese restaurant about how these APPs have affected their business. David Yaffe Bellany business reporter from the New York. Times joins us to talk about some of the larger National Trent's Thursday's episode comes from point of origin and is called a tale of two yogurts. It's fifty eight minutes long in this episode. The tale of two yogurts and the fight to protect goes fishing villages and waters is all about preservation. It keeps US alive and teaches us how to live this episode features guests. I'm Rita Gupta of the food. Radio Project SANOJA. Very Qadri of Diaster Echo and food writer cookbook author preempt Krishna. Friday's episode comes from gastropod and is called the United States of McDonald's. It's forty eight minutes long in this episode. Mcdonald's is mind boggling. According to Adam Chandler author of the recent book drive through dreams it sells roughly seventy five burgers every second and served sixty eight million people every day. Equivalent to one percent of the entire world's population the Golden Arches are thought to be according to an independent survey more recognizable as a symbol than the Christian crosses around the world. Chandler told us in this episode. We tell the story of McDonald's but more importantly we explore what it has to say about who we are those. Are The podcast recommendations chosen by Arielle for this week's theme brain food? Listen and let us know what you think you can find these episodes and listen to them as a play list on Pod chaser just had to pod Chaser DOT COM and type in brain food into the search bar and the playlist will be right there for your enjoyment. Join the discussion of this week's theme by using the Hashtag Brain Food. This is usually the section of the show where we talk about. Podcast news brought to us by the inside podcasting newsletter skype Pillsbury. The writer of inside podcasting actually manage to put out an episode of the newsletter. This week. That didn't even mention corona virus which is super impressive this week instead of stories from inside podcasting we're going to direct you to sign up for the newsletter at inside dot com slash podcasting and in lieu of. Podcast news. I'M GONNA shout out a few podcast. Creators AND PODCAST. Industry folks who've been tweeting about podcast news as it relates to the corona virus. I make sure to check out. James Cridland his twitter handle is at James Cridland that C. R. I. D. L. A. N. D. He's the founder and editor of pod. News Dot net. Which is an awesome podcast newsletter? That goes out every single day. He's got a lot of statistics. You might find interesting. Plus he's keeping up with all the PODCASTS that are being launched to cover the pandemic next checkout alley award the host of the podcast apologies in each episode of Allergies Alley Interviews Different August about their profession. Her most recent episode is with not one but four allergists each covering a different aspect of the corona virus situation. This episode is entertaining but it also gives some practical advice for how to stay safe. Plus she's keeping up with the news on twitter. Find her at Ashley Ward. That's A. L. I. E. Ward Last. Twitter highlight goes to Michel Yousef at twitter. Handle 'em Yousef that's the letter M. E. U. C. E. P. H. Michelle is a podcast producer. And she put out a tweet. That perfectly shows the connection between corona virus. Podcasts and podcasts advertising. I'll let you see that tweet for yourself when you follow her. That's all for our twitter recommendations. We'll be back next week with podcast news from the inside podcasting newsletter.

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Beer Waste Saves Montana Town $1 Million On Water Treatment

Morning Edition

01:17 min | 1 year ago

Beer Waste Saves Montana Town $1 Million On Water Treatment

"Bozeman Montana as water reclamation facility treats more than six million gallons of water every day from sinks showers toilets really anything that goes down a tree that includes liquid waste from the eleven breweries in the city of nearly fifty thousand because it's rich in he's tops and sugar brewery waste can throw off the microbes waste water plants used to remove nitrogen and phosphorus two things that cause algae blooms and rivers and kill off fish but if we can use it correctly and put it in the right spot it's very beneficial to the process engineering consultant coral and read this letter pilot project here last summer to try to do just that both men worked with a local brewery to feed its beer waste to the treatment plants bacteria or bugs at just the right time in just the right dosage this is a super it simplified but like if they're eating their French fries they need a little catch up with that so to get the nitrate out you does little carbon in the bugs are happier Russia says it worked they got the idea from an even smaller town about three hundred miles to the north near the Canadian border yeah this is the taproom actual dog grooming and have a Montana population ten thousand three years ago at the town's wastewater plant manager approached

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Beer Waste Saves Montana Town $1 Million On Water Treatment

Environment: NPR

03:47 min | 1 year ago

Beer Waste Saves Montana Town $1 Million On Water Treatment

"The old comic Strip Beetle Bailey. Once had a character who said three things are good for you early morning runs cold showers and beer. The character then revises his statement saying two out of three eight bad much as you may enjoy it. Beer is not so good for you but it turns out the waste from making beer can be good for the water. Yellowstone public radio's Rachel Kramer reports in a byproduct from craft breweries that helps to clean wastewater. Bozeman has been Montana's reclamation facility treats more than six million gallons of water every day from sinks showers toilets really anything that goes down a drain that includes clued liquid waste from the eleven breeze in this city of nearly fifty thousand because it's rich in yeast hops and sugar brewery waste can throw off the microbes wastewater. Utter plants used to remove nitrogen and phosphorus to things that caused algae blooms and rivers and kill off fish. But if we can use it correctly and put it in the right spot It's very beneficial to the process. Engineering Consultant coralline. REVEIZ led a pilot project here last summer to try to do just that. Both men worked with a local brewery to defeats beer. Waste to the treatment plants bacteria or bugs at just the right time in just the right dosage. This is super simplified but like if they're eating their French they need a little catch up with it so to get the nitrate out does little carbon in the bugs are happier. Says it worked. They got the idea from an even smaller town in about three hundred miles to the north near the Canadian border. This is the taproom at triple dog brewing. In Havre Montana Anna population ten thousand three years ago at the town's wastewater plant manager approached brewery owner Michael Charity with the idea of using leftover barley for making in beer to feed his microbes with knowledge brewing. Information I I said well why are we doing. This sounds amazing. If it worked the little town could potentially actually avoid having to spend a million dollars upgrading. Its wastewater plant to meet new more stringent clean water standards in June newfield has wastewater plant manager walks over to something that looks like a well. This is where we for. The last I. Three Years Newfield or one of his employees has been dumping one bucket of spent parley from triple dog brewing into the water rushing below every morning the bacteria love it is what what I've found and it just disappears by the end. Newfield says it took a lot of trouble shooting the first two years but the team eventually figured out how much spent parlayed to add what conditions conditions the bacteria needed to be happy. The barley is free. That's way cheaper than adding a chemical called. They thought they'd have to buy to do the same thing. We're though the alum from that we saved already is about sixteen thousand a year for sure but if that wouldn't have done it that's when an upgrade around the corner would have been an and and if we do an upgrade there's where you run into the millions the Environmental Protection Agency noticed taveres innovative approach and gave it an honorable mention at the end of last a year. I didn't go into this for award. I went into it. Just because it's what do you do to do the best job you can Newfield and Michael Garrett you triple dog say they hey think their partnership is the model that could be replicated elsewhere. Several towns in Montana are interested in trying it and Newfield says he even got a call from a plant manager in Boston but it may not work everywhere while the water reclamation facility in Bozeman found the chemistry worked the logistics of transporting the liquid brewery waste. There are too expensive for now. If read skit stricter the plant may consider this approach in the future for N._p._R.. News I'm Rachel Kramer in Havre

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Disappearance of Jennifer Kesse

True Crime Garage

09:59 min | 1 year ago

Disappearance of Jennifer Kesse

"Picking up where we left off captain we are discussing some of the possible suspects or at the very least people that we think should be looked at in this case we we now need to take an in depth. Look at two men whom Jen worked with many people believe that one of these men not both is likely responsible for Jen's ends abduction. There is a lot in this case that points to Jennifer being abducted by somebody who knew her knew where she lived her routines whom she might have have trusted and possibly let her guard down with. Perhaps this person confronted her over her recent trip with her boyfriend and an argument ensued. Dude the story about the two co workers at Jen's workplace makes them suspects in the eyes of many followers of this case. The Orlando Police Least Department did not prioritize Jen's workplace in their investigation. Probably because she never made it into work that day the crime happened elsewhere. Swear we said that in the week after Jen's disappearance the Orlando Police Department conducted interviews with some colleagues of Jennifer's and took her computer. But really that's about it. The building she worked in had over three thousand employees Orlando. PD did not speak with every every or actually very many of them at all and there are two in particular who are Internet favorites for being her abductor. These men and were not interviewed in-depth until three years after Jennifer vanished drew. CASSIE has long told a story that may have helped spark public interest in a Co.. Oh worker of Jennifer's as a possible person of interest. He enjoys maintain that a manager in JEN's office. We're going to call. Oh Him John. He was her peer not her superior but he was very interested in Jennifer and repeatedly pestered her about going out with him. Jennifer did not date colleagues and this manager was married. Drew enjoys suggested Jennifer that she handle it by having lunch with the manager in the building's cafeteria and letting him know firmly that she did not date in the workplace drew says that as far as he knows. Jennifer did do this then after her abduction at a public event the Kassy's conducted publicizing Jennifer's case. This manager approached the Kassy's en- gave them a secret Santa Ornament Jennifer cap on her desk. Now if that were all there is is to it. Then the manager would likely get a side I from the public but he might not be a person of interest but there is much much more to this story. Oy In two thousand ten. Another Co worker of Jennifer's who is known in online forums as the pseudonym Adam Frank although although that is not his real name filed a harassment suit at cf I west gate resorts against the manager. Who We said had a crush rush on Jan rain? The manager was Adams Superior at work this lawsuit alleged that the manager was known to have a relationship with Jennifer Kesse and to have made comments deemed threatening since Jennifer went missing these included comments. That Jennifer was likely eaten up by alligators by now which he said to more than one person. It also alleged that the manager was late for work on the morning of the twenty fourth of January. Two thousand six the day that Jennifer went missing according to this complaint. The manager made disparaging comments about about Jennifer's boyfriend and he was obsessed with her Adam. Frank claimed that the manager and Jennifer had a confrontation about her trip. With Ron Ron on that Monday morning after Jennifer got back from Saint Croix within days of Adam. Filing this Rasmus suit. He was fired from West Gate. Now it is is not known whether the manager was actually late for work that day as alleged by Adam managers were not required to keep time cards but in the wake of of Adam suit and dismissal from the company a source told on concluded that it was Adam not the manager who was obsessed with Jennifer. He had sent her an email telling her she looked nice and he was creepy Stalker Ish by these accounts. It seemed that this Adam Adam Frank Guy may very well have made up the whole thing about the manager to cast suspicion on this manager on John Rather than himself right. The upshot is and we don't know but a private investigator who worked for the Kassy's views this manager as the the prime suspect and says that he has not been cleared by Orlando PD. Which one the manager? John John this this manager John was the boss us of this other employees. Who later filed the complaint Adam? Yeah thank you it is. It is difficult to follow because you really have one man saying. Look look at the manager. He said some weird stuff he might be guilty of this one. He's also saying that he also came in late that day and we have no evidence of Jennifer talking bad about this Adam before she went missing but we have evidence of her talking to her parents about this John Character. That is correct. The weird thing though is we have other sources that say that it was Adam who was late for work on the twenty-fourth and not the manager The private investigator also states. That Adam Frank again. A fake name passed a polygraph and she was able to corroborate his statements. Somehow the manager knew about Adams complimentary email to Jennifer indicating that he was monitoring her emails emails again. Another thing we just do not have answers to but it looks interesting. And I'm going to point this out here captain i. I firmly believe in reviewing this case that the individual or individuals responsible for her disappearance. They had some knowledge judge so it whether it be extensive knowledge about Jennifer Cassie or even just some general vague knowledge but they had some knowledge about this young young woman and her activities. One man that we have not yet addressed and now many feel could possibly be linked to what happened happen to Jennifer because of similarities between Jennifer's disappearance and one that he is believed to be responsible for this is two two thousand and nine a young woman named Tracy. A Cossio left a lar- in Metro. West neighborhood of Orlando with a man named James Hat. Away away the bar was called the taproom and Jennifer Cassie and her friends had been to this bar at least on one occasion which was in Jen's old neighborhood. Tracy Cossio was never seen again after this at that bar at the taproom with this man and her case is is still unsolved her. Chevy Cobalt Tracy's car was found in Cohee just blocks away from the home of the man. She left the bar with James Hat away away. Jennifer Kesse worked in Cohee hat away is now serving life in state prison in Florida convicted of an attack on another young woman. Rachel Rachel Clark whom he tried to strangle to death in her car after she gave him a ride. He was known to Brag about how he liked to strangle his victims and break their necks. Had Always ex-girlfriends told detectives. He had a morbid obsession and vampires cannibalism encierro murders. The Orlando Police Department has looked at James Halloway and Jennifer Kesse case but the fact it is there just is no real evidence to make a connection for one thing. Both Rachel and Tracy were voluntarily in hathaway's presence whereas it is very unlikely that this would ever have been the case Jennifer Cassie. It is theoretically possible that had away saw all Jennifer cassie somewhere and decided to attack her. That is possible but again it doesn't seem to be that there's any anything of evidentiary value to connect him to her missing persons case. Yeah doesn't seem like there's much of a link at all. I mean definitely similar cases but no link yet and it's it's interesting that one of his possible victims. It sounds to me has never been found as well. I think that is. There are several problems with Jennifer Kesse case. And when I say problems I mean. They're they're mysteries. These little mysteries that are inside the big mystery and one of them is not only. When did this abduction take place? And where. But also why is she never been found Bryant. There was not that big of a window a to get rid of her or conceal her and we went through a lot of the searches that were conducted. They had some hits and some leads along the way but she's never been found and that's another thing that is cadaver dogs hit on her car. Rei either right. And that's the that's the other thing that is still so troubling and hurtful to her family to this day

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"taproom" Discussed on Daily Detroit

Daily Detroit

06:22 min | 1 year ago

"taproom" Discussed on Daily Detroit

"Five Belgians which are a wit beer a bell go palay call it? And then I've got a double a triple and a Raspberry Cezanne or so I'm GonNa Start with the lightest color here and this is which one no quantity wit beer and so with meaning wheat beer. Yes as this up we base and then we did coriander and orange peel which is a lot of people really like it. But there's always like that one person it's like this is now that I think of what I like coriander and get definitely get the orange in there for sure it's It's very smooth. Very smooth what I got going on here now the SANILAC which is our Belbow pail. So it's GonNa be a little sweet up front will multi in the middle and a little happy in the Finnish and Sanlakas in like the name of the town Michigan correct correct so our our beer names are kind of all over the place and they're definitely they have meaning to pollinate but Sanlakas location of a family cottage. Alright bottoms up skull. Nice The you're right very subtle on the hops. A lot of Belgian pails that I've tried are a little bit more aggressively hoppy but this is nice. It's it's good a little bit of Funky news from the Belgian yeast. And that's what I think always sets apart Belgian beers. You've got all those week esters you from specifically from using Belgian use that that mix interestingly when especially when you apply it to like a something as simple as a Pale rescue. It strikes me as a really nicely balanced spirits. Really good okay. So the next time you have the double and this one is definitely a very popular with Belgian fans but a lot of people who come in here and say. I've never liked a Belgian login beer before but I tried your double and I love that beer. It's so I think it's kind of approachable. That way doubles traditionally like a little darker a little multi a little sweeter. So I think it's a crowd-pleaser for sure multi. It's good like it comes in at about seven point. One percent callsas a little higher alcohol. But it doesn't have that alcohol alcohol flavor that you get sometimes with higher Ab. So I definitely get the caramel apples in this one yum. This is a tough job. Probably be hard to believe but we had a lot of volunteers as we were building out the space for beer tasting. Is the number one request. Do Respite while you're developing your recipes. Now these backups or triple. This one's called false dawn cracking eight eight and a half percent It is the traditional triple style. So it's golden it's thick strong it's Ours is a definitely a lighter in color and body body then like some of the other triples that are prolific in the area It's more to style for what we would look for in a triple for our personal taste. definitely play like bump up the carbonation level a little bit of that style as well so I get like an aroma. This may sound crazy but of like smoked meats like almost like a barbecue grill or something. I love love this because my bartender last night told me. She smelled olives and I smell riding on. Yeah but I smell like pineapple just so all over the place. Yeah but everybody brings something new to it. But that's the thing about beer is very subjective but the thing about Belgian yeast and Belgian beers particularly they offer really complex noses then flavor so I think whatever your palate is what you're going to pick up the most that's a nice chewy beer good earnings and then finally for our last Belgian. This is number five. We have the periphery. which is I- Raspberry Cezanne coming? In at seven point three percent alcohol so traditional sesana recipe and we Dumped Raspberry into it and it fully attenuated down to almost zero so it has very little residual sugar and sweetness. So it's a super dry for beer which I think is pretty rare. Yeah you might expect it to be sweet. But it's not at all people tend to say like it smells like it's going to be sweet because they smell l. the raspberry but then when you taste it that sugar is not there so let's be nice like warm weather quaffing mirror one. It's a hot summer day out and are these most so this is gonna be like year round. Are you going to be kind of rotating in and out and try new things. What's the plan there? We don't really have a plan because I think it's counterintuitive a two-day to start out with the flagship beer and tell people what your bestseller is. I think you kind of have to let your customers. Decide what they like you know. We've got obviously software to track. What sells the best So far spend that Raspberry Sesana pre and then our coffee stout which it is stout season we opened right when the weather turned cold. So it kind. That makes sense that one selling really well. We did a steep ten pounds of ash coffee supply beans and like we're sampling it You know every couple of hours like levels and we ended up deciding at ten thirty PM that it was ready for a keg so we actually pulled an all nighter to kick that beer. So I'm very relieved. I believe that it's selling well because it was. It was a labor of love to make a Fisher all right so last one. I'M GONNA try. Is your coffee stout excited to try this. One definitely smell the coffee beans from the glass. It's really nice really roasted chocolate. Less nice I mean being a coffee fi lover like and a beer lover like what's not to love about that one that's good clocks five point one percent to so it's a little more sessional for folks that want a few beers all right. Well thanks so much for all the tastings would times. Are you guys open. I mean what. Where can people find? More information We were getting ready to open the brewery. Paul learned how to Code and built the website and I did all the design for it is to design for our logo and all of the mercury have for sale things like that. So please go to our website and check it out. It's REF- as on dot com and on it We've got some cool dropdown menus. What we keep an updated draft list of all the styles and any announcements estimates for what food we have coming up that weekend? Things like that. We are always updating facebook and instagram with our latest so finest on there as well every phase is on and we're open Tuesday through Thursday four to ten Friday Saturday noon to midnight and Sunday noon to eight closed on Mondays. Well original saga at reface. Reface on thanks so much for having us down in playing us with your beers.

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"taproom" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

08:05 min | 2 years ago

"taproom" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"And then you get to hear my voice that might cause you pain Micoud delight who knows? But hopefully, you're drinking an ice cold beverage with it as well. Now, my next guests they are in studio here, and I can't thank them enough. Great event that I was out on Tuesday night over at one mile house down on the Lower East Side in the Bowery where we got to sample. Some delicious founders beers in it ran the gamut of loggers to IPA's too big boozy ones, especially like backwards bastard and CBS as well, they the co founder and brew master. Of founders brewing are here with me in studio. They've been making beer for over twenty years cranking out great stuff like all day. I k b s the list goes on and on and on the they actually are releasing the last Canadian breakfast out for this year. And there's something a little unique about the bottle as well. So you have to stay tuned for that founders brewing dot com is the website for more information. Let me welcome back. Dave angers to the program. And let me welcome in Germany cosmic to the craft beer cast on AM nine seventy answer. Gentlemen. How are you? Awesome. Thank you. Thank you got it. Now, listen, we had a great time Tuesday night at the one mile house. And I have to say I loved your descriptions of the beers. I mean, we at one point in Germany. I think you referenced cat p and the taste of a beer, which is fantastic. And it was funny. How a couple of people in the room or like, oh, all right? Sure. But you know, if you've been drinking beer for a long time, and I'm certainly no expert by any stretch of the imagination. Although my gut would have you think otherwise? It's interesting the different nuances and things that you get out of beer. It's just it's wild. And it was such a cool experience to be able to share that for you to share that with us. So thank you for that. By the way. And Dave let me ask you first question. Does it feel like twenty years of past since you've created and tap that I can beer it doesn't it? It seems like it's been kinda overnight. I guess when we look back at it. You know, we're really young inexperienced. But we have we have learned a lot over the last twenty years, and it's been amazing. It's been you know, honestly, just a hell of a journey and an adventure. And we've done it with you know, we start out really small, and we've just continued to grow and evolve and hone our craft. And now, you know, we started with a company with three of us. And now there's a close to six hundred of us and the journey ups and downs kind of smooth. Oh, no. No major ups and downs. We spent a first ten eleven years in the red, basically, just borrowing money. But during that time, we also, you know, I look back in some of those years where some of the fondest years too because those were the challenges, and you know, it's the journeys the the adventure and just so many great people with metal on the way. And you have a new taproom now in Detroit, what was the impetus of building another taproom on the east side of the state of Michigan. Well, you know, quite honestly, I think the taproom is the heart and soul of the company. It is it's where the culture is the brand has developed there. You know, we talk about our founders family and people the beer enthusiasts. They wanna see it smell it touch. It feel it listen to it. They wanna know what we're all about. And you know, it's no surprise Detroit. Got hit pretty hard in two thousand seven two thousand eight and it's such a lovely city and true midwest fashion. We're trying to help that community billed itself back up. And anyway, it's it's great. And in Michigan were allowed to have to tap room's as a brewery that produces over sixty thousand barrels, and it just made sense to go down there. And we want to be a part of watching Detroit comeback. We're talking with Dave angers, the founder of one of the co founders of founders brewing. Jeremy cosmic the brew master of founders here on the craft beer cast on AM nine seventy the answer German. You made a great point at the event on Tuesday night about how you make a beer, and then you put it immediately into the taproom to get that feedback. That's so important to you. Instead of where other brew. Maybe if they don't have a taproom you've got a bottle and put it out there. And then hope that you get some feedback from people whether it's sales a word of mouth, but it's a great feeling to be able to put something out there and get a urinate from people immediately. Right. Yeah. That's happened is amazing. I mean for for for that reason, especially, but they also we've become kind of a destination spot for a lot of people. A lot of crappier lovers. Come specifically to our town. And they wanna find stuff with the can't find on the shelves back home. So I gotta keep those. I gotta keep those interesting beers on tap there. And and like, you said a great testing ground get some feedback has there ever been one that you put on there. You said it's a can't miss. It's going to be great. It's going to knock it right out of the park. And then people come in and gone, not so much. Oh, I don't know. It's weird. Even every beer is somebody's favorite even ones that I think that are that great somebody'll be like, oh, man. That's that's a favorite barely ever made. Right. Okay. What exactly why we Germany? We got to taste some great beers. The other night at one mile house going to touch on a few of them one that struck me was harvest, Al. And you guys had this great explanation about it's it's a beer made with all Michigan, hops. How long did it take for the hops to grow? So that you could harvest them for this particular beer. I mean, they, you know, they they they play the rise in the spring that grow all through the summer and harvested in late August early September. So as soon as they're ready to go coming off the coming out there binds, we get them into the beer as quick as possible. So that's how you get that get those wet hot flavor. A lot of those oils that would normally be lost in the in the processing, you know, it's still there. And so it's the only way you can get those flavors as he's not as wet hot. Right. And I mentioned to the both of you last night about how it's great that you're able to use the local product. But because of the fact that you have such a large volume of beer that you have to put out it's difficult to be. Able to have a local grower to be able to do some of these things from a local standpoint, right because there are other people in different places where they make this such volume and can get it to you. Right. Yeah. Michigan's got about four hundred breweries right now. But we've got a great relationship with a lot of our farmers out in Yakima valley. Actually, Jon Segal came out one of our partners out in an Yakima, and he came out to the event on Tuesday, as it was fun to hang out with with these folks they've helped us out and we've grown with them. Right. And listen, you guys are making money. They're making money off the how it works hand in its. That's the unique thing to me about the beer community at all kind of works hand in hand if everybody is helping and you see that a lot whether it's a big brewer or a smaller brewer everybody kind of pitches in and helps out. Hey, you need something. I can give you this. Or can you lend me this? And I love that camaraderie that happens in Brooklyn be nice. If it happened in the rest of the world, but we all know the reality that that's that's not the case. Now, one of the other cool things that we were at the event on Tuesday night was the new bottles of. CBS that are coming out, which I guess is the last for this year. And I don't know if there's going to be more next year. But there's something interesting about the label of CBS. Now, it doesn't have a particular gentlemen on it. Right. Correct. The Canadian breakfasts historically when it was released. The first time I think in two thousand eleven. Two thousand eleven. Yeah. We the the company wasn't doing so great until we didn't have a lot of money as we grabbed a stock photo, thanks to Google, and we used a public image of a Canadian Mountie. Okay. And anyway, so the the brand CBS has only been out two times only been packaged two times. Right. 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"taproom" Discussed on The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

02:01 min | 2 years ago

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

"At dry cities taproom right downtown or at Ivy restaurant, which is on HALE street right downtown. We have our by this, the breeze are golden ale, which is a super clean east drinking goal nail, and it is on tap over there and address. It is one two zero. Mainstreet b b is no longer the The bay. bay. The website. What website is dry city brew works dot com. And the big question phone number, the phone number is six. Zero. This is the deal like who remember on Jan, right? Like I know it starts sixty zero four one to do get online online. Give us a call. I'll I'll answer the phone. Ratio, soul Bros is an as it's October fest. I say, thank you so much. It's good night for me and good night from him. And sheer. Oh, rose. Again angle as Tova fast. All right. See you gotta get that Jim and Saudi coming out nyc gov. Oh, you have. Have owned a musky Naski. Cheers comeback. So, yeah, I will be back over. Oh, yeah, that's right. We gotta prove. Baskin about through bus through Slater. Yes, I am. John. You're going right. You're going up -solutely the Gaels all were up yards on bloody arranging. Britain, Yang k. But. He's gone, but.

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"taproom" Discussed on Sound Opinions

Sound Opinions

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"taproom" Discussed on Sound Opinions

"The. Tre. Coleman. Choosing. Is a cool to the. Back home. Crew. Spokesman those from Beebe on sound opinions here at goose taproom able assists there for Marshall. Thank you so much. You coming on sound opinions anytime, Greg, what do we have on the show next week? Next week, Jim, we're gonna go deep on Roxie music. A classic album dissection of their debut album. From the early seventies sounds like fun. Greg special. Thanks for help with Phoebe bridges to goose island and Shelly Stephens. You can find all the episodes of sound opinions at sound opinion Scott or or subscribe to our podcast where ever you get those things sound opinions was produced by Alex clayborn..

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"taproom" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"taproom" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Of our weekend replays or if you're listening via podcasts on the iheartradio app we really appreciate it and we really appreciate you helping spread the word and share the show with your friends and tell them up about all the cool stuff we're talking about if you want to take part in the show we're going to do a fun live show on location yeah may thirtieth steel toe taproom that's right they have every single winner from the latest world beer cup have summit steel single one laconi oven for me out of the state and no just the minnesota winters i don't care about just the important one exactly mike scott that is going to be a lot of fun i'm really looking forward to that love love steel toe loved the guys over there of course but we're gonna be talking to some fantastic beer makers and we're also gonna be giving away a pair of tickets to the saint paul summer fest at three at that event so swing on by you definitely want tickets to that because that is so much fun that is such a fun event a great way to kick off summer and we will be doing some audience participation if you're there in so inclined we'll take some audience questions you can ask these awardwinning brewers some questions you can make our job easier come have some good beer talk to john yeah we'd love it if you did that down with that i'll just be over in the corner drinking some some size seven by the details on that on facebook we've got an events there may thirtieth five pm steel toe and if you can't make of that and you still want to try to win a pair of tickets to the saint paul summer fest just go on twitter and as we talked about last week go on twitter and take a picture of what represents summer beer to you whether it's your favorite summer beer or picture of you sitting out on the deck drinking a beer whatever it may be take a picture that represents summer beer to you and tag us at an underscore beer cast and use the hashtag saint paul beer fest beard a major it's barely rushed imperial stout greaves i call it lawnmower beer i took a picture what else would you think of it's golden on twitter so we we are here we are with with.

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"taproom" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show

The Tom Leykis Show

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"taproom" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show

"Here in la in venice you know firestone has that taproom in venice have you been there you know no one has an open road arts district kind of a local ones yup and then some of them are not breweries all some of them are brewpubs like blue palms brew house in hollywood where they have great collections of small producers and it's kind of a killer plays got some tv screens and they've got lobster mac and cheese with that beer ever had lobster maggie's but i'm definitely gonna check you over there by before they bake it in the oven they sprinkle some bread crumbs on their give it some crunch it's fantastic yeah oh man i'm big that's awesome and that's a thank you again and all all chicken eventually all right steve thanks for checking in grad checked in taking tendency here these are unscreened calls hello tom are you doing i'm doing great how you doing good question whatever happened to the lawyer i haven't heard him on on tuesdays anymore no rob are advertising arrangement was was ended and that was the end oh okay very simple nine zero one three thousand tom these are unscreened calls hello hey tom it's sunny in scottsdale how're you doing is that a weather forecast or your name that's my name that's your name used to be doing a morning radio show yeah i wanna hook you up with the weatherman dallas raines dallas raines in mexican new mexico no doubt he's the weatherman on channel seven dallas rain.

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"taproom" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"taproom" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"Time so there's a lot of spunky survival women out here in through the unfinished scher excellent and then you took his downtown so woodward dilatot what do you want us to see again hotel congress for sure hotel congress is also haunted there is a room that you can stay in and rent that taunted do it if you dare they also do put on dill injured days which just happened a few weeks ago where they do reenactment of the diligent gang capture they also host like a whole bunch of really fun events in and every week there's club congress is inside of the hotel and there's live music acts and dancing and carry yogi and things like that and then also inside of the hotel is tigers taproom in the top room is an original it's been there since the hotel was built in 1919 and the guy who runs the bar room has been there i think since the 70s so he's definitely one of the oji's of the bar seen here in tucson after you visited hotel congress i would say go down to the presidio the presidio for southern arizona was originally a twoblock which is about an hour and a half away from tucson it got moved into town for water purposes i think but is a really interesting place to visit and they do do live reinactments of what it was like during the time and when we sleep though time impresario for those who don't know pursued he would be a spanish fort so this is during the spanish and mexican time when they were ruling here in arizona correct then i would go down two them ricardo santa gusting and hang out there they have a lovely little coffee shop my favorite restaurant august in kitchen is down there so delicious it's also where we have again a lot of the jenin mineral vendors set up there and.

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"taproom" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"taproom" Discussed on WGN Radio

"And you know we have talked on this program before but i think there's a general conversation about how craft brewing is really all the rage apparently there are about six thousand craft rumours craft breweries i should say across the united states six thousand so it's a good time to be a beer drinker in the united states and i was looking at this article that i saw in cranes this week and it's hockey in about how the rise of the taproom is sort of hurting bar owners and uh in this article it says that while look you've got the the increase in traffic that's going to these taproom zafzala ula taproom is like if you go to a brewery were they make the beer they usually have some sort of front room or back room with little bar you know the places that you can enjoy the the beer and right on site and that that's great and what this article same as that a nine per cent an estimated ninety percent of national bar traffic is now going through tap rooms in group hubs and chicago it's about twelve percent and traffic too i guess what you would call regular normal bars fell three point six percent in 2017 and that's a according to a nielsen data study and i don't know if i totally by the fact that the traffic going down in bars is a result of the increase in tappara's i don't know if i buy that i think maybe that these bars would have to change what they're serving you know because i think people now are kind of demanding the craft beer and the and the craft drinks and so far as are doing that people are going to go where that's happening so i don't know if it's necessarily like these tap rooms abreu clubs that are taking away from bars i think that it's more people are a r t r beer tastes maybe have evolved over the last 10 years or so i don't know at least it for me it's it's not so much like i'm gonna go to the bar and i have a delicious miller lite no i'm looking for something with maybe a little bit more taste and if a taproom is sort of marketing themselves as a place where hey you could go and you can have this delicious craft treats which some bars are marquee themselves like that uh.

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"taproom" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"taproom" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"How you don't evan at so when it talk about the neck the nets how great how great is the management of this i was doing so far the being able to bring in town despite not having on assets i love what they've been doing how many years they have three four years they didn't have a first paragraph seven firstround draft choices on that on the team that beat die they've done a very good job in what was very unfortunate circumstances and what they've done which i like is these hide taproom and said we've been use cap to be able to bring in town some of our from guys that having lived up to the expectations the angelo russel chillier local four they got a first round pick by just taking back tomorrow a carol they brought in alan crowd even though he's vastly overpaid what i like is the development rendezous gotten better carousel averts gotten better spencer dinwiddie was basically thrown away like he's nothing they bring him in he's gotten better so i think it's been a really good tag team of mark atkinson than not a playoff team i'm not stupid scott crawl before he can walk perhaps exactly that's the bottom of ill said and right now i'm crawling at all i loved blessed i was happy course you were made me smile sugar actually spencer did draw contact and screamed for a foul but was able to put it in with one hand it was a great play american bethpage ferrick the after all uh joe and have them first time longtime client who quick things at once they are always either thinking he was thinking of ants need rare fab melo i that melo with the neck but he was a kind of a local could from syracuse maybe they're the honor to be array this is weird about a hearing about michael sweet and maybe i don't know what he's thinking yeah i thought it was a little crazy i didn't i talk sweeney was still playing put it on the knicks point joe i couldn't agree with you anymore um they can't trade gay p i'm on the fence about uh.

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"taproom" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"taproom" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And hours of video h r m's high aid mini dd of iphone flip cam all kinds of footage is with me and this itself was a friend of mine commented she said you know you're film is like a phd thesis because there's so much in it and it's indeed to we went through so much stuff and then my writing partners shelly taproom and matt jones and my bruising partner sergio kirby they they really help hone the story bring this footage makes sense of it helped me you know craft a beautiful film out of all these things and then of course animation on wdov siro montreal animator did the animation so that really help fill in those gaps which are impossible to fill in because no matter how many found found the archives you have when you telling the story there are still things missing uh if you're just tuning in a year lassina qm ali hassan in for tom power and i'm speaking with our should khan about his from a bull a film he made largely by piecing together old home movies of his family's spoke about the ethics i should of making this movie how did your family react to this i was very nervous you know even when i made the three minute clipper which i was going to use to get funding i was very nervous and i didn't want to put it out there but when i did and when i did my google fundraising campaign i raised all my money in half the time that it was supposed to reason because people loved it they really felt that there was a story to be told here and there such a lack of images from pakistan or from south asia in the west you know and also you know brown people hate all night to share their stories they're very private and they'd definitely don't want their videos out there and you know but my family was so used to the camera we drew we grew up just so comfortable with the camera that even when my father was action in the hospital when he was dying noone even pot twice about it and personally i never thought i would use that footage in a film one day i just film everything you know we just film everything so i knew this is an important time.

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"taproom" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"taproom" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Taproom of colorado springs sporting great food and frosty handcrafted beer in niche to run the navy federal credit union post game show jay richie alongside dave taller force hockey today in a successful day four the falcons who come from behind down two goals early and they get a five three win over sacred heart they manager win and a time they get three the four points available in conference play this week they also move over five hundred on the season now at seven six and three they spotted the pioneers a couple of goals early nine twenty four the first period austin mackerel murray even strength micro cock and roussillon rakhidov assisted on the play in the pioneers just what they did last night drew first blood there let at one nothing about half way through the first period but seven minutes later in the final couple of minutes i'm sorry that's how the first period first couple of minutes of the second period pioneers made it a tune up in game matt tug nuts even strains goal rock mathov got his second assist the game and early in the second period the pioneers had to nothing lead that lasted for about three more minutes in the falcons after spotting the pioneers a twonothing lead outscored sacred heart five two one for the rest of the game they got things started when sacred heart was on the power play matt sarah tori came up with our jordan him li rather came up with the steel in the neutral zone he skated in got down low and instead of taking the shot on net he fed up past behind to the.

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"taproom" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"taproom" Discussed on KOMO

"Together to make sure the whole puzzle fit he is laying out pieces of wood dark and that are life lining up stripes that's exactly right hour they held together let's part of a patented secret we know what involved glue and screws stars for each flagged our handcut with a rather than to make any fog thirtyfouryearold heath trade got into this by accident he's a cabinet maker he made a bar for a local taproom out of whisky barrels and as a thank you for the business he came up with the flag idea he says in a dream and it was just a dream it was a gift it was a thank you for we didn't intend for this to be a business but the reaction from that one flag was stunning in just two years he sold thousands of them around the world and now it's his fulltime business coming in and make yourself at home customers to the show room all seemed to have a patron arctic story behind their desire to buy the whisky barrel flags this woman getting it for her dad a veteran for his birthday he is very patriotic he loves the american flag in fact one of my finest memories as a kid was we had a barn door that he had a friend of his custom paint the barn door in american flag cell he was the american flag so it may not snapping the breeze like a fabric flag but no matter we have presented flags to triple amputees we presented flags to goldstar widows even when old glory is made from old bell it is the symbol of america it's crazy to be able to build something with your own through hands and give it to somebody that has that kind of reaction that that kind of emotion that kind of sentiment behind it i'd say that's the most rewarding thing for me you'd have i love it reporting for perspective by more garrison abc news coming up decades behind the mic talking to the biggest names in hollywood on prospective after this the traumatic.

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"taproom" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:24 min | 4 years ago

"taproom" Discussed on WCHS

"Same it makes it impossible for any two of these five to be the same the wooden pieces or assembled by hand for each flagged wind up on a big table one by one he's taken each individual peace and aligning them up and putting them together to make sure the whole puzzle fit he is laying out pieces of wood some that are darken some that are light lining up stripes here that's exactly right hour they held together that's part of a patented secret we know what involved glue and screws the stars for each flagged our handcut with a rally a lot goes into making these flag thirtyfouryearold heath trade got into this by accident he's a cabinet maker he made a bar for a local taproom out of whisky barrels and as a thank you for the business he came up with the flag idea he says in a dream and it was just a dream it was a gift it was a thank you for we didn't intend for this to be a business but the reaction from that one flag was stunning in just two years he's sold thousands of them around the world and now it's his fulltime business makers overall customers to the show room all seemed to have a patron arctic story behind their desire to buy the whisky barrel flags this woman getting it for her dad a veteran for his birthday he is very patriotic he loves the american flag in fact one of my finest memories as a kid was we had a barn door that he had a friend of his custom paint the barn door in american flag cell he loves the american flag so it may not snapping the breeze like a fabric flag but no matter we have presented flags to triple amputations we've presented flags to goldstar widows even when old gory is made from old bell it is still the symbol of america it's crazy to be able to build something with your own through hands and give it to somebody that has that kind of reaction that that kind of a motion that kind of sentiment behind it i'd say that's the most rewarding thing for me usga i love it reporting four perspective by mug garrison abc me coming up decades behind the mic talking to the biggest names in hollywood on perspective after this.

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"taproom" Discussed on Perspective

Perspective

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"taproom" Discussed on Perspective

"The wooden pieces or assembled by hand for each flagged wind up on a big table one by one he's taken each individual peace and aligning them up and putting them together to make sure the whole puzzle fits he is laying out pieces of wood some that are darkens under light lining up stripes here that's exactly right our they held together that's part of the patented secret we know it involves glue and screws stars for each flagged our hand cut with a rally allott goes into making these flagged thirtyfouryearold heath trade got into this by accident he's a cabinet maker he made a bar for a local taproom out of whisky barrels and as a thank you for the business he came up with the flag idea he says in a dream and it was just a dream may was a gift it was at thank you for we didn't intend for this to be a business but the reaction from that one flag was stunning in just two years he sold thousands of them around the world and now it's his fulltime business come in and make yourself at home customers to the show room all seemed to have a patriotic story behind their desire to buy the whisky barrel flags this woman getting it for her dad a veteran for his birthday he is very patriotic he loves the american flag in fact one of my finest memories as a kid was we had a barn door that he had a friend of his custom paint the barn door and american flag so he was the american flag.

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"taproom" Discussed on Perspective

Perspective

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"taproom" Discussed on Perspective

"The wooden pieces or assembled by hand for each flag lined up on a big table one by one he's taken each individual peace and aligning them up and putting them together to make sure the whole puzzle fits he is laying out pieces of wood some that are darkens under light lining up stripes here that's exactly right our they held together that's part of the patented secret we know it involves glue and screws stars for each flagged our hand handcut with a routed allott goods into making these flagged thirtyfouryearold heath trade got into this by accident he's a cabinet maker he made a bar for a local taproom out of whisky barrels and as a thank you for the business he came up with the flag idea he says in a dream and it was just a dream may was a gift it was at thank you for we didn't intend for this to be a business but the reaction from that one flag was stunning in just two years he sold thousands of them around the world and now it's his fulltime business come in and make yourself at home customers to the show room all seemed to have a patriotic story behind their desire to buy the whisky barrel flags this woman getting it for her dad a veteran for his birthday he is very patriotic he loves the american flag in fact one of my finest memories as a kid was we had a barn door that he had a friend of his custom paint the barn door in american flag so he loves the american flag.

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"taproom" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:22 min | 4 years ago

"taproom" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"The traffic stop at the taproom on their way out of the stadium the seeing it like we actually monitor the when the game look how the games going here because it if we're off by a lot then you'll see people sneaking out fifth inning and then as it's getting close to the end like we wrap up we cannot broke up a little bit because we know we're going to get the crowd men that drives me nuts editor offered mom just not a minnesotanorth i'm just teach sheep where i paid for the ticket it's like when lose man i i don't have many sporting events i'm going to pay for a seat a prominent by ten dollar beer it's not just a minnesota thing because of who have done a lot of places and i've always with beat the traffic oh always bitter beat the traffic unless it's a really close exciting game but if we hear the outcome it is probably not in question yemen care about people traffic care time is money i i can't do amana traffic infuriates me i'm sorry i agree very good very good i've got i've got a ton of other questions about the the stadium and how it ties in might yes yes my my biggest question is you know to sit paddock oh the nature of sports in in beer in different at least in my mind how it identifies with craft beer what do you guys have any any sort of working relationship with the twins or the stadium or have their their agreement with large brewers can of black doubt any of the volcker pure had some fortunately that situation so you you you have an amazing pitch radar salespersons bacongo and then say like that the product comes from a block and a half away like literally a fresh cac almost sank italy wanted and and if europe concerned about quality you would think that that would in itself be win but by no everybody's got things blocked out so there's you see a lotta couscous island and those types of things sorta permeating the entire stadium and over the.

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"taproom" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"taproom" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Taproom are beer sales were just kind of just tobin alone you know very slow growth as soon as our taproom open and people were able to come to our temperament try the products all the sun demand went through the roof yeah no we've got taps everywhere we got six hundred account this all happened because of these changes one you know this is all with this whole explosion of the birdies i was this is a new thing but that's all used to be you you a birdie reps with this other beers to bars think they could sell bure in a laker store it was the same thing now we're just siente taproom is trying to do the same thing a local but for you know yeah yeah nobody's going to be very few people are going to go to liquor storen by beer that they've never heard of right don't recognize but they run more than happy to go to a taproom that they have not heard of that part end up in their area and be like oh i'll go there and i'll try a punter to or they see it on tap at a bar this of never seen this before floor risk you know if i don't like it can move one tries something else then you i really realize how are really like this brand next time i see that the looked storm the make sure to pick some up yep exactly in this is what i've seen again first ten yeah is not here say right oh eight out to backus i'll give a tall order to a group before people that come in toward taproom of never heard of us before the come door taproom a given the tour of our players they love the beer the comeback you know that will during that tore the ask me oh d distribute yeah about six hundred places around the minnesota north dakota oh really you know okay well the comeback maybe a week two weeks later you guys of exploded i see you everywhere now like we've been there now they know it so they won right exactly and that's what it is a psychological thing you use damn this huge wall of craft beer and unless you're high lands on something interesting it's going to land on something you're familiar with from writer and that taproom slash cocktail room slash tasting room actually breeds that familiarity so that now their skin in this huge wall will there's that memphis tillery logo we'll get one of those so it actually.

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