17 Burst results for "Thirty Barrel"

"thirty barrel" Discussed on The Best of Coast to Coast AM

The Best of Coast to Coast AM

03:26 min | 3 months ago

"thirty barrel" Discussed on The Best of Coast to Coast AM

"And then he'd put fifteen to thirty barrel steel barrels on top of it so the next so then frank and i were having dinner in january twenty twenty twenty twenty and why we were having dinner. He was stricken and collapse at the table. Oh new jersey. And then i i i said come on. Let's take the hospital and his girlfriend was there and she took him. He refused to go to the hospital until the following day. Then he then he was he was taking was Medevac to Hackensack medical center. Where he was put on a ventilator put into drug abuse call them oh from what he never came and so he died on march sixteen so we were in a situation where my key source was dead but i have a good friend over. Its fox news. A guy named eric sean. I'm not a big guys. Yeah not a big fan of fox news. But i but eric is a good and trusted friend of mine and eric is really own. This case since Since two thousand one as far as keeping it alive let me put it this way. Eric has kept this case alive since two thousand and one when he started working with frank sharon who was the inspiration for the the irishman or who claims he shot off in the back of the head. Right it's it's it's wonderful movie You know bad history. It's like oliver stone's movie. Jfk great cinema. Terrible history and so So eric and i started working. And i have a team Carson from carson signature films are a mark from ample entertainment again. We're not accepting any money on this thing until the body is recovered and positively identified. I do not want any comparisons to what i'm doing with what geraldo rivera back in. Nineteen that's right in his voice. Al capone's vault no comparison there. I didn't want anything less. I deserve it. what can you do. What can you do to dig up that spot. Well eric eric and i did was we. We got ground radar ground penetrating radar. We went to the spot. Where frank said the body was it was sixty sixty sixty sixty fifty about the size of a little league baseball time and the ground radar equipment detected a twelve by fifteen foot field of of of steel drums. So part of the story is absolutely true them which which means i. I've been cooperating. I mean ultimately this would be. I would be breaking so many laws local state and federal. If i tried to dig singer myself my team bow. Our and my team tried to catch you. Get the feds to do it well. We've we've been cooperating fully with law enforcement. I'm going to use it or lose it situation here right now. So i have been cooperating fully with the law enforcement community and i ll local state and federal level and this is on. This is with them now. I trust these guys. I know they're going to do the right thing. The spot is secure. And i i think that the fbi has her hands full right now. I think everybody will agree to that. I think that they have some pending considerations that deal with what's happening right now in this century as opposed to going along with me and trying to solve this unsolved this this this this unsolved mystery from the last century. So i think they're going to pick their moment to do this to more coast to coast. Am every weeknight at one am eastern and go to coast to coast am dot com.

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"thirty barrel" Discussed on Bourbon Pursuit

Bourbon Pursuit

06:53 min | 4 months ago

"thirty barrel" Discussed on Bourbon Pursuit

"In how and it's like. Wow this is so cool. It is and it's still. I mean kenya park done over one hundred and each time. I'm like get to go pick a barrel today. It's it's pretty awesome. Like there's nothing better than going into rick house or even if you're not eric house is going to the tasting room by being with people that are in their entrenched in this hobby. Just as much as you are and it's like you're not just sitting there with your friends that they're your friends big. You're like you can't talk to him. About how your geeking out over this bourbon all runs talking about beverly. And he's annoying. You know it's it's just a whole experience region like dive deep. And just it's like you just never forget any of them in there so great so it's gonna be hard for me to pick apart you know some but there are ways to do it in like you've read you know it's evolved so much. They used to beg people to come pirro. It'd be like come here. Do whatever you want you know. Skit these things out of here. We gotta move up and now it's become very systemized very allocated in which we understand 'cause with popular bourbon but Yeah it's a so. I wouldn't i wanna take you back to. I wanna say this between two thousand eight two thousand nine somewhere in that timeframe in four roses had Started to Do this and they they had They had some media. Come out and like you know pick you know. Pick a barrel. One of the writers was jeff kleinman. He used to run a site called Drink spirits dot com. He he got out of the industry but you know he. And i were kind of like we're riding for allowed to save people and it was just. It was a lot of fun we were. We were there and we were getting to go through you know they. Jim rutledge just opened the door. Everything he opens up the sample door. And by the way there was like bullet samples overdue right there and and it was like you know. They had like twenty to thirty barrels. All out in this room is before they built their special Like there's twenty two you know Thirty barrels and we all had a whisky the-for going around and drawing our own and we were just like tasting tasting tasting and so as part of the very first like four roses barrel. Pick as part of the i like Knob creek one. It was in the middle of middle of the snow in those just like seeing like how those two brands have like. Evolved is absolutely amazing. And i think. And i've done a lot of four roses picks and i've seen it change over the years and used to be able to get something that was like fourteen fifteen years old and they would have twenty barrels out. Now you get six. Ain't nothing over nine years old. You know so. It's a of the evolution has been the the decrease of whiskey age and in some respects quality. We've also seen like this growth of new brands like i picked A barrel of catoctin creek You know for a bourbon. Beyond put on my favorite rise. I have ever picked and it was like a small tiny brand. It was absolutely complicated. Fantastic you have all of these new brands coming online. Can how many how many distilleries do you think offer barracks right now because you. You probably have spreadsheet we're game forty last year blended looted forty bureaus last year. But we probably did it amongst eighteen to twenty two different distilleries. So i think that anybody that has barrels and inventories willing to sell you a single merrill. That's probably what it boils down to. Now i don't know and don't me wrong we we. Actually we turned down. Barrel picks to because it's from you know indi. Ps that are You know they got very high price points and we just don't wanna pay for it or something like that We've turned down plenty that it's been from distilleries and we just didn't think it was ready at the time. So there's there's a lot of different ones out there and say there's got to be least over one hundred one hundred fifty different barrel programs that are out there just in bourbon. Yeah just again just a guess. Yeah it's a lot. You know. Ten years ago and yet had a barrel pick. And i think i talked about this. It was like when i was getting burned out on. It went ten years. maybe five six game birkdale releases. Now like barrow picks are the new unicorns. You know like those are the limit releases. Its something unique to anyone and everyone But there's still a lot of great whiskey and there's gonna be a ton more whiskey coming out you know in the years to come so young. I'm all for single barrels herpin. I'm sure what i just said there. I i feel the same way. I don't know what it was like. I had this whole thing. I was going to talk about like the four barrel pick. Whatever came out of my mouth is not what i was thinking. This blackout would happen. Yeah i mean listen. That's part of you know drinking straight from the barrel. It's going to happen from time-to-time so i do want to kind of talk about some of the different barrel programs that are out there and kind of like what we prefer. Now let's let's take cove out of the picture. Because i think that's unfair advantage for a lot of distilleries that have to have to move to one hundred percent online sort of experiences or shipping. You one hundred emails samples in a box and then yet you choose from now. Don't me wrong server. I think they've done a really good job at it and not always on a barrel pickle you get a master stellar one on one to join you on that whereas a lotta times we've done these they've joined virtually and you get you know an hour hour and a half to like pick the brain and was until i'm talk about their product. How they what they do and so. I kind of think that's good and you don't have to drive to and from it's true. Still ary worry about transportation and whatnot but i do miss the person. Because there is you know you're in the warehouse your sensory overload. You're so excited. You're with people you like so i will be excited. Go back into the warehouse. there are some. there's some that you just can't replicate right. Exactly i mean. Let's let's just take wild turkey for example yet that is. That is an experience that i think a lot of people do not deliver when it comes to private barrel program with inside of bourbon and whiskey in general. You get to go there. I mean god. Love eddie but sometimes you're like what does he do all day like he's the he's just in the warehouse to with two barrel lexi's one of the morning one in the afternoon and he's just sitting there and he's like hey come on. Let's start even barrels until you find one in literally there's there's no into it versus the other side of it when you know you've got somebody that is your Your designated sort of. Maybe they're not even a barrel. Select manager like benson because usually those people are working at a desk somewhere. But they're just either somebody. That is just a fulltime employees. They just help you know. chaperone groups. Through this now and they facilitated and you know you've got your three barrels there to select from yeah. I liked the.

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"thirty barrel" Discussed on Brew Talk  1310 KFKA

Brew Talk 1310 KFKA

08:08 min | 8 months ago

"thirty barrel" Discussed on Brew Talk 1310 KFKA

"Be with you. Live from grand brothers brew. House fell the feels. Good to be back out on live on location. That's why we do the show. We don't like to be cooped up in the studio. Go around and check this out of this this a good one for as much more fun to come out and enjoy a beer in its natural habitat is the. The beers are more comfortable in this environment. I feel so and it's kinda like festival feeling even though we're not out of all right we get the inside. Look at things. Yeah exactly we. Could we just start showing rizzi. Tanner schratt bruce chuck. What's going on here. That works at all or only use. That acts. yeah you got. He's got a twenty dollar bill in your hand to understand what's going on here. See what happens when i do that. I don't know. Don chapman the owner of grimm brothers. Brad would you. Would you give me a beer for came in with a fedora. Asking those questions here thinking about doing that right now. all right. got some questions for you here. The just the random variety. We're all gonna ask some questions with our respective professions with mind being that i like to drink beer and can host a radio show but one of the things that i always like to ask. What's the favorite beer. What's your favorite beer brewed. And why is it so favorite beer brewed you know. Honestly i'd say it's one. I call hans the hedgehog. It is a aw we are fest. It's actually one of my favorite beers. It just real easy. Drinking has a nice chris. Wheat bite to it but still a logger. So one of my favorites win win along in hebrew process. Did you brew this. He said yeah honestly. This one is one. I had tried to october fest celebration in denver. And i had a beer. That was a. We'd october fest beer. I thought this is really good. So i just went brewed batch to see what it tastes like and loved it. So we've kept around ever since and that we usually bring out in october fest. We have a farmer's daughter for official. October fest beer but october fest celebration that we host. We have hans the hedgehog for that so when you go. When you're you're planning your beers do you ever plan a beer with distribution in mind or how do you. How do you decide what going to distribute might be a better question. We do not plan for distribution. We we have the beers distribute and then other than that we brew beers. People love it then candidate to take further. Anything it's kind of fair game to distribute as long as absolutely buying it if it sellable and people want it then absolute good. I like that. It's a good approach to things right. Yeah so my question is probably a little bit more on the technical side. You say you have a ten barrel brew house thirty barrel fermenters so that makes your days very long. Well yes and no so. We have Timber abreu it's over sized and we've come up with a way of of of brewing Gravity beer in the kettle. And then watering it down into the for matter on on what we do is during the world pool so we brew higher gravity for boil and then in the world we inject water back into drop it back into gravity. And so we can get fifteen barrels a batch out of it. So it's only two batch two days through the day but so the high gravity brew but then not a high gravity ferment. Great yeah so probably gives a little bit cleaner flavor. then then the high gravity ferments. Would you know. I've never played with a high gravity ferment. So i don't know But that was an idea interesting. I'm getting a little redundant here. But i i guess onto which favorite beer that you didn't brew what's it what's your what's your beer that you go to say. Outside of growth is you don't have to say the brewery but if that's it everyday it's not hesitate at all just boom this not not not a problem at all with that. Oh no no no. When did you fall the beer. Gosh i've always loved delight. Pa when they first released it was one of my beers. I just loved so. And you know honestly. I got to see both new belgium. Odell have been such big players in in our lives and helping us with this. That i have never had anything against those guys have been when we first opened. We were shortcake's we need. We need to have our beer on tap and sales and and new belgium and we said hey can we can. We read some cakes from you. They both told us know. We will drop off a couple of pallets for you to use. That's up the mountain less us until we got our own. So love those guys. I always loved their beers. Well kind of makes sense because they were starting out at a place where kind of you started out with two and so just like in the homebrew in industry just like in the brewing industry. The people help each other. We talked about that all the time. Yeah how much of a community that brewing yeah especially in colorado and northern colorado and we saw that i mean we saw that come to fruition a lot during In nineteen right. I mean we. We saw a lot of these burris band together. You saw was the colorado strong beer. What was the name of that. Beer that Everybody got the same strong or something like that. He saw a lotta that come together. We're talking don chapman kind of kind of just throwing some random questions. Well as the owner of grandma grubbers brew house here in loveland up. What is the. What's the worst beer you've ever had. I know i'm just asking but what's the worst beer. You don't have to say the brewery owner anything like that. But what's what's the worse beer you've ever had well. I won't say what the burri was but it was. It was a beer. It was. I think it was a esp and when it came out i could smell the diaz. It'll from the end of the table. That was the word. I didn't even try to sip. I couldn't do it really. Yeah so so. How did that conversation. Go back because you never. You never wanna be that guy like there's something wrong because there's a lot of those especially in colorado. It seems like we get a lot of beer. Snobs the even though sometimes. They think that they know what they're doing. They don't. I'm sure you've run in this here. Honestly i didn't send it back. I disorder two different. One i don't wanna be jerk. So yeah i just i. I learned from experience. So you always taste before you buy so. That's a good plan plan. Sometimes i need to learn that. We'll just jump right in. You wanna taste it i go. What was your best experience. Oh gosh you know. Honestly the first year we went we got a gold on on little red cap and that was my experience. There it was we had. We had worked hard and to have a gold our first year there was phenomenal. Yeah that's cool cloud nine. What's your highest amount of years that you drank. Gef i think i got on this. I don't even know a lot. That's that's a normal person's response you drink a lot. dr counts. Because he's a counted. Because i was actually marking him down in a book once. I counted ninety two samples. But i of course you don't drink all those ready. That's ninety two of beer in two and a half hours. You can't do that so i just would taste it and if it was less than out. I don't see the big so when we went down to twenty thousand eighteen. That was my first experience down there at the abf and he had told me about this and he had an idea of at the time what my palate was really enjoying what was so i was falling around. Oh there's that'd be a little puppy just following them around right. Well i try one and and we try and go and he would take the beer in dump it and i'd be like can't wait here and so i followed him around at that pace. We get ninety two but a safe to say glad. We were walking back to the hotel with rookie mistakes. Everybody genteel throw up there. But i did make rookie mistakes. 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"thirty barrel" Discussed on The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

22:09 min | 2 years ago

"thirty barrel" Discussed on The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

"Doc about incoming Farnese euro collaboratively wine I really believe from being from the white middle of originally Belgian beers all those grants The wine drinkers we wind sparrow raging I do all my barely spheres were the final list your law a lot of people shirt phrase few well-balanced human war double nuance I think we've been able to do a lot of lubar generals very small portion of your mind overall start leaving eight years we're still kind of in the minority they're trying to win over those drinkers you're talking to win twenty two year olds I'm trying to win over five year olds you know in really bringing them into the bureau's here in the field styles of Spring break I mean Fort Lauderdale the slower city Fort Lauderdale Miami big cities area in was there within thirty minutes okay so we definitely get some of that so this guys win over five years actually Through is pretty good point because it says yeah I've been around what I'm doing talk radio Farrell's leave right in a thirty barrel before that fifteen scour some bigger I knew people opening upper thirties and screaming near especially in south Florida behind him St they're jumping in big houses came on as a partner brewers and life partners and most of these recipes are based off of this series do not propagate doing swans and making h yeah take ends as we try to analyze those things so different the cool we're we're gonNA take a quick break here I'm GonNa make sure that there's what is your holy enter their ruling was used a good brewery should begun to make sure we can listen to this and we'll be back in a second it's over with Kevin all right we'll back I went it decided that we will go outside because a beautiful sunny day and I throw from Florida miserably in my life silence out of the year you just WanNa die when yeah it is pretty warm down give you that humid we all sitting now announce on the Pollyanna Paseo right next to the Einon not used anymore canal and when we were off Mike so you're telling me you actually do fasts I do tell us about that a buddy of mine actually buddy in the beer industry someone that I work together with a year go and actually works in a place called West Palm Brewing Club in West Palm Beach Florida we do podcast called the myth podcast it's a professional wrestling and we've been doing it for like four years it might be longer it might be okay I grew up as a big wrestling fan and my buddy Mike who is my best friend in the world got me back into it some years back and as a kind of thing just to get together and talk shop and just hang out once a week most of the time over skype ach actually lived in Philadelphia portion of that tyler okay it's just an excuse for us to Russian wrestling talk for an hour and and have some fun so I've done a little bit of podcast right all you'll be able to rate my podcasts incapability several driving nine enjoyed I've enjoyed them so far are they all right so bank to barrel him on Oh I think lost we were told me new saying that we were talking about you know how you can sell that beer down in Florida and apparently you're doing quite well you have Arava pitches I see a delight taproom chandeliers CIT behind that I don't know the bill that'd be okay well for those of us who don't know Boca Raton Innova a little bit of a posh area affluence there and we really wanted to be has put spot that would fit into the community and we have kind of like I want to say someone like a wine bar vibe to it Dr Woods Marble Chandeliers ears we wanted to and also that we have deers that our corporate cage we have vintage bottle lists where are the three to five years ears are a little more expensive we all use all European malthouse Belgian Ales for everything so we wanted to put ourselves in an environment that kind of bit the kind of beers that we were servings and we do a lot of pairings beer dinners so and also it worked with the Bible I'm one of the partners obviously but my other three partners the kind of place that they want to go wondering so I think it's a mixture of the area the style of beer and I also say in some really important for a jury to take on the personality of its owners okay I want to go into a burry know who those people are I think very often even unconsciously we do that we walk into a place I noticed guys you know this is a very industrial place a no nonsense do that wants to get down to brass tacks I feel that brewery we've got a little bit the vibe we have is very much the representation of who we are and who are what are beers and you'll partners you said I mean you're in my mind a young guy he's a couple of your partners were deal mall rising so we'll say the older crowd and I say that being one of them percival listening right now we're going to be cringing a little bit we run the gamut and age to certain degree that right we may all be tenure apart from each other I'm not exactly sure but yeah I mean my my three partners in the BEREA established people the two of them are radiologist by trade they still are practicing radiology just every single day they don't glow but I've never looked at them under certain kinds of light so I'm not sure so yeah this was definitely a passion project to build barrel amongst this was a group of guys loved Belgian beer one of the make Belgian deer and eventually wanted to open a Belgian brewery and I was just a friend they met later on that happened to be a brewer and it all kind of worked out and they aren't just my partner exerts some of my best friends there's a good deal so you said you came from Punky Buddha which is quite a big flurry down there yeah I mean they had some of the bees but they're not somebody who sticks out fine however somebody I haven't heard Oh when you left cokie Buddha to see how to be following and now you're going to change over to something different I think I'm right in saying Yeah Funky was definitely or is I shouldn't say what it when I was there a lot of a lot of coronary ingredients blueberry cobbler peanut butter and Jelly Time Maple Bacon quarter by the late when I was a part of that I was very proud to make those beers in our philosophy when I was there was going to say it tastes like this get bloody well better in Maple Bacon copy I'd better taste Maple Bacon and copy and I think that their philosophies over all these years has really risen to that challenge we're much more flavor and we're making the classic styles making for centuries you want maybe a little it sounds but we want to know more nuance they don't do not that anyone making those kinds of beers what they actually do they do that we're making these facets we do share in chocolate and a beer I want to be a whisker I wanted to be part of the conversation not the whole nations and I have to check myself on a regular basis because I still have a little bit it's heavy handed nature but my partner bill it's very light-handed and we balance each other out and when I worked with Belgian breweries and we have the Pan and having the Walk throughs and when they talk about adding biscuits or they're using adding a what we would do they don't even want you didn't take it they wanted to be thought in your mind they want it to be something that is so nuance really think about it and I have a deep appreciation for that violence well I think it's a really interesting way to brew beer and its grounding acid those command oversees less is more and I think having tasty some of Your Business and we're GONNA do that auto show just to Kinda give people an idea you have very very interesting flavors some through offers two or three cents so it's not just you know one you know what you're talking about you gotta take two or three and then you know you like that one of the talking earlier on I picked you up from midway apples which was great because it gave me an opportunity to find out a little bit more about background pharrell amongst about one of your great is is one of my talk is bothered Christmas yet which is the tradition national English is that what they call him bill I believe bother Christmas came about because all the other Christmas fear names have been taken all right all right it is about and it is extremely footing Kristie you see all those types of raising crummy waivers but each one is coming through and every time he takes his sit there you know something different going on so how do you achieve that level of flavor differs one of the things I always say your class or anything there are Germany Houston employers favor hundred percent all neutral but you can neutral Belgium so we unaffiliated Belgian ale you get females esters out of it we can do a lot of different things so the bills and alias we use combined with the candy shiver that we use combined with spike that we use combined with the most that we use a lot of things out of your life and I think the real test I and I say about that about Christmas I appreciate it is that really worked on that recipe have those nuances to not have the ginger spice overwhelming Dev's star in it but the have enough starring interesting but not overpowering the candy sugars dare and L. Balance With the others flavors nuance is very under three she didn't rulings I think we do have a tendency to be heavy handed by sure and that is that we go back to every year and by the way also coming up in our fifth year anniversary right several times it's still an evolving and every year we're tasting beer going a little bit too much this a little bit less fat that's easy what if every day years so it's always evolving thing and we're trying to get that nuance and complexity because you wrote talk about what do you think would he would he would tell her I'm battle business I know the players so that was one that you provided to us and said that charity overseas.

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"thirty barrel" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"thirty barrel" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"City to a worldwide audience coming up we'll take a look at the global investment banking business earnings are kicking off today we had city group got more of the big companies coming in this week we'll take a look plus we'll break down Chinese economic data it is slowing but we'll see by how much but first let's go to Gregg Jarrett of Bloomberg news for a Bloomberg business class rank structure makes Paul at the start of a very busy week for corporate earnings economic data and federal reserve speakers treasuries are gaining well dressed dollars little changed China's economy slowed to the week's patients quarterly data began in nineteen ninety two amid the ongoing trade standoff US do Madison MetLife tells Bloomberg the world is seeing this bill over at this point world and you haven't quite seen in the U. S. yet because our labor market is still ridiculously strong but yeah to find I think the trade wars beginning to the head and it's probably one of the reasons why you know put the ocean Turner moving back toward the Goshen table we check the markets every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg radio the S. and P. five hundred is little changed down one the Dow is little changed down six and the nasdaq is little changed one the ten years down cheese means up seven thirty seconds of the of the two point zero nine percent West Texas intermediate crude up a tenth of a percent to sixty thirty barrel comics gold of the tenth of a percent fourteen fourteen twenty announced the valley and one oh seven eighty seven the euro dollar twelve sixty six and the British pound a dollar twenty five thirty Symantec and Broadcom have halted their discussions for proposed merger as the two sides couldn't agree on a price this according to sources semantic shares fell as much as nineteen percent to twenty one seventy right now about twelve point three percent that is a Bloomberg business slash Bloomberg markets is under way with Lisa and Paul thank.

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"thirty barrel" Discussed on CincyBrewcast

CincyBrewcast

14:26 min | 2 years ago

"thirty barrel" Discussed on CincyBrewcast

"The mosaic Heyzer a lot more sedan. Because normally emerald it gives me the soapy taste and get that. Yeah. I think that particular crop of Morello, though, came through pretty Ferdie. So it, it helps enhance the mosaic qualities mosaics and wonderful hop. And Caleb, if you're listening, you've made a convert out of me. Yeah. The to work with big on. Luckily, I still have a lot of connections at Oscar blues able to call my friend and ask for some overages that they had. So, you know, I know that we're getting some really find selected hops, which is a benefit and, you know, Tim's got him from I know he's really looking at all that he's kind of a hockey route now in the world. But just fortunate to have some of those connections, and it would probably be a fun place to, to, to be into that kind of stuff because of they probably get some fun stuff. Now considering how big they've gotten even just in that area that they're at. They've probably got some great friends, too, and like, you know, be fun. Yeah. So look and luckily, since beer's not our number one focus, and we're not pushing flagships we don't have to get beholden to hop contracts. So we kind of play around. Let's talk about the IP. All right. You first. I didn't try this why I was finishing the hazy. So hence the name Citra. So you sit your hops. Oh, yeah. Yeah. That comes off really good. And that actually has crystal Rimal from Simpson's molting in Scotland. Oh man. That's, that's fantastic. I'm not gonna lie. I'm a little nervous because the last Citra I had was a little much so no. But I don't know. I don't know if it's the. The riot self or just with the right. But at the end gets that really fruity citrus thing. Better-balanced. Yeah. Yeah. I like that a lot. It's. Everything but in the rise, definitely, like it's almost two throat that far back on your tongue when I was getting it. But there's, they're very different characters to ride that you'll see in some beers. There are some beers with right that it comes off really kind of spicy and Bri. And then there's this other kind of side to ride that's that is we almost fruity and like at. That's the definitely the side of it that I get here. This is this is wonderful. Yeah. Again, I don't know that I would order because I'm like I said, I'm not the biggest I definitely given my previous experience not here guys not here. This this. This is really, really well done. This would be a really good one sitting out on that. Patio out there in the sun. I think thus far just the four that we've had and I'm going to extrapolate with the fifth one. We're going to drink that you could bring pretty much anybody here the last one's gonna be terrible. Jinx us. Three is statistically. Significant number we've had four. So I'm comfortable plotting a course from there. But I think that what I'm tasting is. You could bring pretty much any beer drinker here and they're gonna find something you bridges person here, though. That's what's fun. Well, yeah. That too, but I don't really talk to people that don't drink beer. I don't know that just kind of my world. People that I talked to that don't drink beer, that they just pretend that they do. They don't talk to me about it because they're afraid that I'm going to judge them because they don't drink beer, but you get them somewhere like this. You've quickly they really like. Yeah, I'd never considered that I'm going to have to really get through my friends list would try to analyze. Where's your beer picture? Yeah. The people that don't drink beer making. Yeah. Let me see year untapped pro five. Yeah. They would probably right that a place that had, you know. The big ovens in the back is cold. And frankly, I haven't even looked at untapped, since we've been open. So I don't even know. That's wise. What goes on out there? That's why I've never reviews just. We a couple times we've done a segment on the show. That's mean, untapped reviews where we make people read their worst of their tap views. I don't have prepared to read, but. Pretty bad. There's always matter. There's people like to be like to be mean people like to be me when it's anonymous. No. I mean even when they're like non anonymous though anymore. I think that there's this weird thing. I mean, a lot of social media's not anonymous, yet people are nasty. I mean it's still there's a separate separation. They like to be mean when you can't punch him in the face wouldn't never punched in the face. Through a beer in their face. No. Eric. Bad beer and you gave one I'm starting to wonder about Eric now. Tinder. Could every ice water, please? Dude, you just went we're still friends, but I've followed. Your felt although I guess it depends on the beer you could depending on what bar you're in. There might be some beer, that you could toss somebody's face and not feel guilty about it. And you know, to the point that you can bring everybody like, you know, we're six months, and now we're going to continue to have fun with beer. You know, I talked about the vice beer into a galaxy IP that's coming up and then even on, like a flip side you know, we're gonna start to get into some more interesting stuff. We just dumped our one of our first barrels which was a buffalo trace barrel. That was used that we aged origin. We dump we just dump that into some bottles, and then we're going to probably put a beer in there. So I'd like to. Got some ideas. We haven't talked about yet. So but, you know, you're gonna all of a sudden start to get care can barely. You know, we're talking like a barrel. It's been used twice with a beer in it, and blah, blah, blah. I mean, there's a lot of fun that could be had here have a built-in advantage too, because you're gonna have your own barrels there. There's barrels to that. You know, I don't know that the market is the same as it is in my head. But I feel like rum, barrels are very hard to get a hold of anymore, especially good rum barrels and things like that. You know, brandy barrels aren't as common as urban barrels and you guys have this natural source of them, and it's a really looking forward to that. Yeah. Jeff's over here. He's gonna dollar signs in his eyes kids. I'm I'm salivating over the flavors of the flavors down in Louisville. Copper, copper and king guys to them. I mean they've done so many collaborations with Brees, bringing in barrels that have had beers age than than they put brandy into. And I think for us we, there's just so many possibilities with other breweries and distilleries as well with our barrels too. I mean it's just when it was possibilities. That's, that's factually. Correct. You know, made you have all kinds of different breweries and Stiller's popping up, New Holland is another one of those ones that kinda has played around with their barrels bouncing around, you know, they start with booze and then go to beer and then go back to boost, and then get cigars aged and of and like it just keeps going around these different. There's a lot of fun things and cigars could be a part of the flavor house cigars are flavor to start making stance. This is the perfect spot up here. You have. They've got a pole barn. They can hang tobacco drive have a buddy who really wants to do something with cigars thing, and our puppies. He's. We are. We're we're we're we're working on another cigar. We've done one on on since Hebrew had a cigar show and drinking spray getting one soon to we're, we're looking to do probably next month fish. Yeah. Stay tuned for that the other show, which is not that I'm just have not posted a show for the. Terrible. I blame the two year old so we go. Hang the sour before before I explode. Yeah. So this is a passion, fruit guava sour. We're going to be set. I was right by for five. I don't think it's over the tops our I mean probably on some kind of rating. It probably is. But the. The guava kind of Brown's it out for me and you him it get it a little bit in the back the well, and it, it pays for can be kind of that's very sour thing. You got to be careful with. But I think the glove of passion for king get funky to me more than. Yeah. Sour. This is awesome. Again, super refreshing and perfect for a patio. I think we're realizing we set up on the patio. But why we've got such a nice breeze. It is cool where so for. On the podcast. For the listeners. Look behind me over my right shoulder, but we can actually see the entire operation out of the conference room, which is really cool. Viz cicle visual. We're right up against what tanks up here is the brew house, the mash mix area, the lottery ton and then it all extends out from there. We should talk about that a little bit too. We didn't talk about the size of the system. It's over-sized thirty barrel. The lottery town is extra wide so can handle some pretty high gravity stuff. Isn't that more for the stilling kind of thing or is that more for kind of fell into our laps? We where did this one? You got this used right from kindred ELS up in Ghana, who are now calling themselves like kindred bar. Think. We don't know to be determined, but this system, actually fits perfectly. We were looking at a fifteen borough system to begin with. And, and then when this kinda came on the market and it was over sized that meant we could make ten percent washes for bourbon when everything it's a beer for all intents and purposes. But in the distilling language, it's just a not the latest beer. We'll get you drunk. Definitely not old world of sports. Wash. Is there ever going to be some kind of opportunity here, whereas, drinker you could come in and kind of tastes, some of those things in the process and kind of understand how it goes from point ETA? So we, we've talked about making a beer and distilling that, and then aging it, but then distilling it again, and then you can try the beer, the white spirit and the spirit. I think you can, you know, tell the similarities between because you, you can get tasting notes that will tell you this story of that product through. It's there it's process. But yeah, it's in the plans, but in age spirit takes. Will. Especially when you're talking about something that is a beer. So that would be a whiskey in the end. So the bear, it would probably be shooting for bourbon or something that does spend a little more time in a barrel. Yeah. We've made a single malt scotch. I think that'd be fun to like do that as a beer that would be, and then yeah. A lot of stuff happening here. I had one other question we were talking about brand, and everything,.

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"thirty barrel" Discussed on The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"thirty barrel" Discussed on The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

"As nothing to do with low, fat cats important in that, too. Okay. Dan? Cheers, cheers, vast, the most metallic clank you ever gonna get? Yeah. A like a metallic clang was in wall, it's dead. That should be your next. That's a good beer. Let's playing. Thank you. Cheers, me this. So removed over next door from migraine brewing. And we all read sketch growing soon as the biggest headache in the world while migraine, no sketch. Oh. Oh. You're talking about you. Old on. All right. So away back. We did. We did a Polk Koss where tall as in leather chair beers. Movie knows well. With usual, you might be more silver than you are right now. So that's okay, too. So I'm with shown curry who sometimes at I'm not quite certain what your relationship is so one of the cofounders, but probably if you wanna think about it more about making sure people drink our relationship development, but that's not your trade, right? No, I'm chiropractor by trade. That's right. You crack my back fo back. I use my hands say that I really liked it when he used his hands on me. He he. Yes. Yes. So I'm also with a friend of the pocus Thome Ryan who's been on the show. An actually his wonderful wife Kelly is with us, the Irish person in our entire environment. Kelly kelly. You just flew in from Atlanta hotlanta, right? And it was and it was. So now we're here in wonderful, Chicago. Whether temperature is draw and the. Nipples starting to rise. Go there anymore. Apple's about nipples with, with, Dan. So as the evening going home become more loose with our conversation. But that's what be is all about, Sean, you brought sketchbook hair what have you gone. So we've got our still, which is the Mexican lager. Basically. Soroti hops. Base corn to row, we our APA burry, which, which we did with Bing, boot society, which uses their hot blames and our dense east and are insufficient. Clearances are the idea. You did it with a pig boot society. We did know women though, so we asked the pink blue society to come in and brew with us, and they used their hop land for that. And I think that you are about to expand out into a bigger space so were actually announcer expand in the taproom, so be tripling the space the taproom, and we're actually looking for a second location that's going to be thirty barrel birdhouse for production. Are you gonna come down south because your way the hell out there in Evanston, the other end of the whoa for people down? In west gone curly distributed down to Carbondale. So if you're not getting our beer we need to talk. Oh, Carbondale down in Carbondale recently. So we actually one of our employees went down to a bar and carbon. Male. And the she orga beer, she goes, well, we actually just blew that cakes. We put something on by sketchbook was great. So you'll orange door and we'll sail on the clearance one insufficient clearance. Which actually that, that's been a couple of my favorite biz for you guys do solely. Those are two of our mainstay our IT as.

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"thirty barrel" Discussed on The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"thirty barrel" Discussed on The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

"There's really cool. But a mentally when it uses that term bears. Okay. So anyway, where you located. We're at eighteen sixty dean street, right off the corner of Randall and dean and Saint Charles do you have extended pocket. We actually had a meeting about that today. So you're gonna make a bear code extending in something related departure. Hoping Ken and Eric and myself going to get together and do a Briton Yankee hail. Right. Tell you threw out coming out to Saint gels because it's fast becoming a. Destination. You got you got de Saint you got Reva lands. You're gonna have pollyanna you're going to have all coming up in the food. A lot broken brave going. Get your side of you ride your bike. All right. Cheers scores. We've headed out we've headed over to energy city is out of Illinois very close to west cog. Oh, where the Britain Yankee Pov is, and you guys extremely difficult to catch because you're only one day of the month. Right. That's correct. Yeah. Only opened the first Saturday, the month from eleven till three two PM offer a bottle release, and we do tastings, there, people can come in and meet us in so first of the month. Otherwise, we distribute to lot of local liquor stores in Chicagoland. And you've done a really good job of getting your beer out there. Even though you only, you know, one day among. Right. Right. Well, how hell of you managed that? Well, we've actually had to hire a driver recently. So we've got a van driver, we self distribute, and we're pretty much delivering every day. Now and so you've opened up a small is where you. You brew down underneath down by the FOX river, right? Right. Yeah. Under in the debt of via river will, it's like a basement apartment burried. Yeah. Right. Yeah. And, and so you're still Bruin down that you'll do production brewery, right? Yeah. We also we partner up with church street and he shot you. Hey yet. Yeah. Yeah. Appeared his in Homebrew club together the wiring. Yeah. Chuck and I have known each other and brewed for probably over twelve years now something like that. So, so, yeah, we do all of our thirty barrel batches with church street. And that's where we do the canning, and we try to do about one batch a week with them. So what is the big pays the attraction this? So we, we've been going around all over the place. Yeah. Saying, okay, this is as e bog, right? Yes. Yes. And I think you guys pits of mice Hayes. Yeah. We, we try the double dry halt pineapple. Yeah. Lou bras, free. Whatever the hell yeah. Going on. So what made you go with his style? Well, partly because it's just so popular right now. And that's what people are looking for our goal is to making money. Hey, hey. Have a line. So we were trying to prove your that sought after that people are gonna go looking for. I love lagers and pale. Ales and traditional snouts and stuff. But we do like to the fun, new styles. I think the Hazies are great combination between, like diaper lovers and the people that don't like a lot of hops, like maybe a week beer, type drinker, those kind of middle ground, you get a lot of people interested in the style. So are you ever gonna brew anything? That's traditional. We have a traditional imperial stout, Russian appeals doubt. We have let's see. We did a Baltic quarter last year with. That's only politics dowry. So the Neapolitan stout. What is what does that comprise? So it's themed after the Neapolitan ice cream, which is three flavors in this case chocolate strawberry and vanilla, and it's a pastry out so we have lactose. At it as well to give it that nice cream Innis like a like ice cream so. I have had a chance to try some of your biz..

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"thirty barrel" Discussed on The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"thirty barrel" Discussed on The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

"So that'll be available all around Chicago all summer long, and you have a few selective cans of that. Which means I better get this brute, which is really quite tasty. What do you think? Can it's very light very very delicious super cold, of course, because it's worked for jockey box. I wanted to warm up a little bit and released some hops. You know, it's it's got Good Hope flavor to me already. All right. I'm ready for a little rose eight. Do you have little Rosie? Is there any left in the? Man. She only can you go. This is the third year that we're certain tonight. Can this is called diamonds and pearls? It's a late hop double pale hazy. Does that mean that you brute it off eleven PM, and no, no, no? We brewed this with our friends over at Maplewood brewing, right? Yeah. That's good. Thank you. I wanna say have you save it for people? Who actually? Yeah. We've got a cool red. So late hall. Double pale ale means no hops in the car, so very low bitterness all the hops go in, you know, either world pool or dry, Hoppy. So it's all flavor and aroma. I'm I'm curious about the the concept that the brewery you guys each have your own breweries. So it's a shared burrowing space. We have to brew houses a thirty barrel and a seven barrel. So you triple turns on the thirty to fill up our ninety barrel from enters or we can do a single turn on the seven barrel and just do a nice little batch that will only ever be available at district regards either on the wall or in the in the the the coolers to go when you walk in. There's a cooler set where every beer that's brewed on site is canned and sold in four packs to go as well as being available in the taproom is this kind of an economic economics type of mood. Well, certainly there's advantages perspective for us. And that's a piece of it. The whole collective nature of it. And the being able to push off of each other. And learn from each other. That's another piece of it. There's tons of advantages for every day, you guys all there together. We're all. They're together. The real the biggest advantage of the whole thing though is doing this together. We can have we more fun toys that are and our fingertips than any one of us could have alone pooling resources way. More phone. Yeah. Absolutely. So you'll basically pool in your resources, but producing individual branded fears, we all have our own distributors. We all kind of go our separate way. Once it leaves the building. But inside vary arts, we're working team with the nine come from the district reverts, no around the bend around the bent will. We try to do is take classic styles and imbue them an experimental edge. Feel like it'd be keep trying to experimenting pushing things around. You never know what's around the bend. Well, I think I will certainly purchase your around the Ben imperial stout with what is it again black cherry or a little bit of dark cherry and gear deli duck. That's right. Garrett death, right? And it's gold lack forest Black Forest. That's right now when I I I thought I was going to get some coconut because doesn't Black Forest cake. Have coconut on it. Nets the German chocolate. Oh, the Germans kiss to answer. Chocolate desktop and well, okay. This this. Let's PA right. Yeah. I was just thinking this. Double pale double d PA. Believe it on on diamonds. I'm I think this is unique beer, I'm not tasted anything he points before eight point two. Yeah. That's okay. Little sneaky one any it would Maplewood. So, you know, couple of good pedigrees coming up there. Right over there. Thanks a lot. Thank you. I hope you have great success with rambling rose because was a song. Ramblin rows coupling come round. Okay. Never mind the MC five significantly faster. Mc five who the? Good rose whose him sue can do you know who the MC five? There've been several iterations at one of them rap type things MC five. No, I've never heard of proto punk band out of the late sixties protocol. Oh, wow. Okay. Choi cost me by Tasse, Detroit. I'm not I'm from Minnesota originally Minnesota. All right, cool, man, you know, and and the the next train guard by we'll say, thanks Jit is thank you. All. All this empty. Jank. Gay. But. Techniques. But these.

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"thirty barrel" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"thirty barrel" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

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"thirty barrel" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"thirty barrel" Discussed on KTRH

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"thirty barrel" Discussed on The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

05:14 min | 2 years ago

"thirty barrel" Discussed on The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

"Eight thirty barrel. Fermenters in a thirty barrel logging things and one thirty barrel writing. We knock out twice a day about ten to twelve hours. We've mash cooker so we do separate for everything for making loggers is the best way to make logger starting with the separate for them ash. Our lottery ton is actually geared for the twenty barrel system. So we can do much larger batches at like the ninety nine minutes. Still get really good efficiency. And then I kept a will. But for dedicated world bowl, and that will allow the double production within the same day. You mentioned that you had some lagging tanks. So. Attorney straight. We just let our beer's lager in the ferment. We pulled the east off the bottom of this some point. And they sit there for, you know, maybe six six or eight weeks, but you you go from the fermented. And then you move them into the lagging tanks is that what you guys do that. Correct. Okay. We have on a logger into inks that are kinda act on top of each other. Yeah. Picture of them here. I'm showing them are shown them. Oh, yeah. Looks like you named him after I I don't know many people that know about the twenty seven club. But I did. And I told my kids about it and they were pretty shocked. Well, twenty seven club share with the clause. Can you wanna tell us from what I under-? And if you're true ocsta- are you don't live at the age of twenty seven. And so, unfortunately, there's a lot of to Rockstars out there that died aged twenty seven. So the first Hicks that we had were Jim Morrison. Gimme Hindri pig than from the Grateful Dead, Janice. Joplin Amy wine how Kirk Cobain we since added, Pat who is part of a rep crew out of Houston and Linda Jones who used to be a backup singer for Al green and diabetes. When she only seven. I I mean, we here in their rest kinda clarify and just let you know. Young tasting beard or become more mature. And so I came up to the naming idea because of artists are resting in peace and we want our beard rest in peace offer. Those two weeks logging on. That's really cool. So from the aspect of what we're drink in. Now, we cracked open the one the the Bubba mbira nihilist with coffee now, am I correct in saying that hot box coffee was the one that also blues put into the. They put it into something. I know because I call it hot box is. So what is hot box coffee is that a brand that's really popular out that. The coffee or owned by the audible corporation. So they actually have a rosary inside of their main brewing facility and their former row third got Nowy kinda just wanted to connect with because we both liked each other's products. And so he brought me into their place. And kinda just astonished me with what flavors coffee can produce and my favorite thing. From him was a got a pound of Nicaraguan coffee that had been aging in a ten fifty bourbon barrel age beer, one of their barely barrels as of the coffee in. And I remember having for Christmas as you're making the coffee, it bourbon and the air. When we mix it with some really burgundy eggnog who really freely as rich as the best way to spend Christmas. So can you you you'll you'll swelling and sniffing and tasting. What are your wreck? I didn't coffee. I didn't get to comment on the first one which go ahead, which is the I like it when Bruce another bruise biz. The first one was just was I say just but was the aged in bourbon barrels version, and it it's kinda cold fills porn on a little bit cold. And I still got this layer of flavor of of mall aromatics out of it. They were just fantastic. And then as it warmed it got the mouth feel got creamy and just just the flavors are really coming together in that beautifully. You don't necessarily taste bourbon. It's like, no. It's not like most bourbon barely beers. And let me let me jump in there because he said I said that co will I went on the fact that you code it a Lago..

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"thirty barrel" Discussed on The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"thirty barrel" Discussed on The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

"Use season galaxy mosaic and Sitra. It's it's a clear beer, it's not hazy like New England is, but it's hopped in the same kind of hop schedule. As as a New England would be very little boy, little hops, mostly world pool. Hops, and I I'm looking in the back there as we came through which some pitches, you've got room to expand your brewing capabilities. What was the barrel? Again, we are a seven we have a seven barrel. Brew house. We have three seven fermenters, and we have fifteen barrow from enter. So so what right now is the biggest impediment to brewing. The biz that you want to brew all to expanding basically just getting the the skills here that we can start to make that happen. I'm the only one of the partners. That's here. Full-time the other guys still have families and in can't, you know, necessar-? Early take the pay cut that it would initially entail. So some in the process, I'm working with a guy now that that's interested in helping me grow the wholesale part of the business, obviously, I don't want to invest too much in the capacity until I have. A plan to move it. Because the last thing you wanna do is get underneath a lot of debt, and then not start generating the revenue to support it. That's happened to a lot of. I mean breeze that are significantly larger than we are. But we had one, you know, in Indiana here that went from seven barrel small brewery, but thirty barrel equipment did big, you know, big expansion and the next thing, you know, they're they're they're auctioning their assets off, you know, so so we're we're trying to take you know, three Floyd says, they grew. They took kind of a a very conservative growth path. They didn't they opened around the same time as funders, and you can see founders as you can see what three Floyds is to make sure that the business can support the growth so that we're not risking what we do have. Yeah. Because as we walk into this place, and you do have a an outside patio area oversleep today. Well, I say openly, the listeners don't know, the weather's light. But it's overcast and somewhat. Cool heading into full there. Be the Silva thing sitting out on outside. But you do have a lodge area for outside. Do you have vents that deal you hosted because this is a big space. I think you couldn't you can do that type of thing..

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"thirty barrel" Discussed on The South Jersey Beer Scene Podcast

The South Jersey Beer Scene Podcast

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"thirty barrel" Discussed on The South Jersey Beer Scene Podcast

"And to be able to come out with something like this that you know a lot of brewers would be frankly would say no the broiler i'm going to this to trust kristen enough and the rest of the staff to come up with something like this erm run yeah absolutely and that was the first one yeah yeah so we we can do it for the first time last year we brought it back this year because it was super successful we did thirty barrels of it kept some in kegs so that we could serve in the tasting room for josh to sell up to outside accounts then we candidate and that that's awesome label for it i joined the pink society which is a membership for women and beer and the mission is to support women in their education in the beer field so there are scholarship awesome scholarships that range from just paying for your sister room beer certificate hugh sending you to belgium for two weeks to learn you know how to brew beer and and so i'm a part of that membership in this year we brood another beer that was officially need with in conjunction with the pink society and that is nevertheless she persisted so that is a hoppy kettle sour that we did with buddha han for and what is up a hand so it looks like a lemon if it were an octopus it looks creepy creepy so we and it doesn't have any flesh inside so it's essentially all skin in piff and but it sweet two very similar to eliminate in that way that it's got that citrusy you know note to it but it also has that's like sweetness so you can eat it and not be like oh this is terrible and so what type of beer is going to be so kettles our we had available now.

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"thirty barrel" Discussed on The South Jersey Beer Scene Podcast

The South Jersey Beer Scene Podcast

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"thirty barrel" Discussed on The South Jersey Beer Scene Podcast

"What does the quote on money been beer or some years years one is to be exactly and i was like okay so that's interesting i look it up and he didn't actually say that like you know it was like a misquote from him but i was still hooked on on opened the brewery because i had to two good friends kristen that were really good home brewers and i texted them both one night on a group tax and i was like hey you guys want open up a brewery they both just wanna like jer so then we continue to plan for like two years and then you know ian ian goes on to become like a lawyer and he just bannon's us whatever slacker whatever birkin i continued and you know we yeah it was about two years in september two thousand sixteen we hired a bunch of all some people and you still have most of those people with you understand oh yeah christa basically you know keeps us all i on task focus exactly yeah it's been awesome i mean yet look you said like before we hit our one year we more than doubled passively by adding tanks so we started on four ten barrel fermenters in that we add it to thirty barrel firm it's so so we had went from forty to a hundred barrels of ferment space which i did not have planned in my business plan and i've seen i've i've talked to chris a little bit and his business plan he's a business guy yeah me this guy he has everything planned on the business guy i've everything planned out that business plan was the bane of my existence because i knew what you needed to get money from a bank you need a solid business plan and that's my background i've worked in public accounting and i have a good business background the boring stuff all right the heavy lifting that needs to be done before.

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"thirty barrel" Discussed on Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast

Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"thirty barrel" Discussed on Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast

"If i'm pricing oil in yuan and there is by definition also pricing gold in yuan there is by definition relationship between those two and we've called that the gold oil ratio if china if they get into the situation we just described whether current account surplus begins to move towards a deficit because their oil bill is rising now all of a sudden i can go you know theoretically i can go to russia iran but his wail at cetera and i can say hey instead of transacting at twenty barrels announce let's transact thirty barrels around a goal or fifty or that's that'll be sort of a sort of the the ratio that we the pbc will maintain in our markets and again this is something that is theoretically you know not all that different than the fed sort of saying okay hey we're going to keep rates here or there it would just be a different type of open market operations where you're managing a gold oil ratio in having this contract there increases their flexibility to do that but what that would then do would allow china to reduce their oil oil bill even though the volume of oil was still rising it gives it gives the pboc complete control over the oil and kamado eventually commodity part of their of their import bill which in turn gives the pbc tremendous control of the current account which in turn begins to really take you know the current account driven chinese yuan depreciation scenario that the number of people talk about off the table that's really driven by fx reserve adequacy math and suddenly it ties back to the point the reason the us can have point six percentage adp pf xers because we can print currency for oil and other critical imports and effectively that's what that's what this big movie begins moving china towards you know it's interesting because this whole story gold fits right in the middle of it and it's really it's not the story but it is a.

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"thirty barrel" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"thirty barrel" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

"How many barrels of oil a treasury bond bought it was pretty consistently between fifth i want to say that my head fifteen or twenty to thirty barrels of oil portraying bond for almost thirty years and so to directly answer your question what i think is happening is is again chinese china is looking to increase their own domestic flexibility economically which pay of you want to currency best would reduce that flexibility so having setting up a system of parallel system at the time being with key creditors like russia like saudi other opec nations where there is a gold oil ratio where they manage the ratio of those two that can adjust over time but my guess is you'll see that ratio that that'll be the ratio they managed to that would affectively if you re set up a system where gold is made much bigger relative to oil or sdr's made much bigger relative to oil and you've you've fix a lot of the imbalances in the system and you create a system that allows you to maintain your flexibility as china while also circumventing the dollar system but look you would need a mate you all countries to to be able to store that physical supply of all that oil so i mean what do you think the outlook for that would be in the future in terms of storing the physical supply yeah i mean before like chinese can go in and make these contract with with these countries and denominating they own currency basic move some of the oil supplies away from the old based dollar standard.

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