19 Burst results for "Two Barrel"
"two barrel" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"Fifth eighteen ten phineas taylor barnum born in bethel connecticut and yes. His real name was finneas. Some cartoon character Finneas a finnish. Verb can't confirm the cartoon character was named after his father was an innkeeper tailor. Shop owner named filo barnum fucks going on his family finneas and filo come on a weird names right. I guess finished his hebrew norwegian drive from a minor biblical character files greek. I've never met a finished refiling. My life vanessa's mother was filo second wife. Picky ping pong taylor. Jk her name is irene. I was hoping her name would be like even more uncommon p name than phoenix refi though in total a couple had ten children from the marriage in their previous marriages nineteenth century so rough on uteruses vaginas finished with the third great grandson of thomas. Barnum born in sixteen twenty five in england. He'd bring his lineage to connecticut before dying in sixteen ninety five he purchased land in connecticut and sixteen seventy three less than four decades after the colony of connecticut with first established it was the first barnum in north america and early american. This maternal grandfather finneas taylor. Born in seventeen sixty was a character. Some funny stories about him coming up any line. He was a politician. Legislator landowner peace and lottery schemer barnum had some creative moneymaker schemers in the family tree. More on early lotteries in a bit. I found that part. Fascinating feeney's would have a big influence on his favourite grandson. The two had a relationship. Finneas taylor even gifted the boy the deed to his own quote unquote island when he was born. We'll get to that soon too. That's a fun story. Barnum would say in his autobiography about pappy finneas. I was his pet and spend probably the larger half of my waking hours in his arms during the first six years of my life my good mother estimates that the amount of lump sugar which i swallowed from his hands during that period could not have been less than two barrels two barrels sugar for baby boy. Sounds like a good grandma You got a taste for a good joke from his grandfather to. He said my grandfather would go. Father wait longer work harder and contrived deeper to carry out a practical joke then for anything else under heaven. I love this dude grandpa He took one joke pretty fucking far. That we're gonna find out We're learning about a bit. Barnum's paternal grandfather was captain ephraim or e frame barnum of bethel a captain the militia and the revolutionary war. In his biography barnum roads and captain ephraim ephraim was of a lively turn of mind and relevant joke better than the average of mankind. It sounds like you had to good grandpa's sounds like a good sense of humor. In the family. An awesome way to start out in life. Rights blessing one celled grandparent. On autobiography he mostly skipped over the first seven years of his life..
"two barrel" Discussed on CincyBrewcast
"And then mike sue all of his ability to see where things are going in life foresight and ability to get things done. It's like that's a big part of life. I'm taking to the city council and we're gonna see what we can do and he says look. We got this east. We found it in your city. It doesn't belong to anybody but we wanted to belong to the city. We're going to give it to you. And the city council said it. I love that we're going to give you this day so june. I is now missing. Link day and i've gone on very long time at this point in time and also i'm trying to say here is is. We found a piece of cincinnati history living limiting yeast. In that. the chance of this. I can't even underplay are basically zero. It's a needle in haystack. We found it. We isolated with our friends omega yeast in chicago. They propped up and they banked it in their frozen storage. And now where at this point and twenty twenty one where any time that any brewery in cincinnati wants to make a beer with this yeast can call up a mega use labs. They can order pitch and they can literally recreate a partisan sonetti history. So we've been able to call up. Our friends like colin at west side and say hey man. We wanna do this festival. Are you down for bruin with this. Weird fucking east. I don't know how it's gonna work on your system but can you try it. It and collins's like hell ya and and why is it called missing link. Well we found it other than the pun. it. I'm responsible for the punt but it was found in what was originally the f. and j. a link brewery so this is only in operation for five years we in eighteen fifty five eighteen sixty but then after that after after they went under almost every great large brewery in the city aged beer there. So the crazy thing about the space is that it touched at least a dozen of the largest most important breweries in nineteenth century. Cincinnati and. That's one of the really cool things about this. She said we have no idea where the hell came from you. You mentioned the last time that it could even been some bootleggers sneaking down there. During prohibition and making some bootleg whiskey or some beer something actually might dust gas which is still awesome right. It's still still means in dates back to like you know the hundred years ago right right. It's the probability of getting brewer's yeast out of that out of out of a lot of spaces. Let alone somewhere like that is just so astronomically improbable that The whole idea is just. It's perfect for a place like urban artifacts to come across it and to help make this a reality and the fact that you're able to take that and bring it into places that maybe are a little different than what you. It's not surprising that you guys would be making something like that. He is the pulled out of some seller underground that that makes sense but some of these other places that have jumped on board from wooden casks super traditional place like like west side fibonacci. I don't know if i can consider you guys super traditional. You have kind of cover the gamut but You have the traditional side to you that we wouldn't expect to see something like that something we typically do so it. it's it's it ties it all together and it. It makes me feel really good about this community and the excitement of craft beer. We asked calling to do this initially. And he's like. I'm i'm sorry. What are you mean. The shitty sets diced atticus and doesn't attenuate for shit on its own. You tell me. I got with this and then put it into cam. Yeah but i'm going to say two things about two people number. One chris. sale bog was actually the city council member who took this resolution that made the first weekend of june in a missing link day in cincinnati and So shout out to him and and thanks for that. Council unanimously passed that back in twenty nine thousand nine but we have a holiday. Yeah and so shall out the seal bog Shout out to bret for you know just taking the time to to take this crazy adventure and and doing it and then making a fantastic beer out of it but you know because You know we are here today. We're here today at west side brewing for the reason that colin is just hands fucking down one of the best brewers i have ever known in so it. This west side version of missing. That were tasteless. We all make each we almost from the beer. I got an email. Tell me tell me a little bit about your version of visit. Because i think it's so cool now that we get to i. Urban did two versions of it. There was a book the first year you guys brewed kind of a small batch than the golden golden and ale. Something like that. Two years ago now the world is exploded. And there's missing lincoln all kinds of different beers around town including this one. So tell us kind of your. How how did you number one. How did you come up with what this was gonna be or did you kind of know. I actually really struggled with this one. So we're obviously. If i was if i was a smarter. Man i would have brewed a two barrel pilot batch. I worth of funding that. But what makes you so so weird. Are you talking about just Yeah just the description so It's diet static as positive which means that it has that has the ability to take sugars. that normal brewer's yeast wouldn't ferment and has the ability to kind of those down into fermentable sugars. But it's also kind of like brett Kinda like kinda like bread. Although brett generally is more breaking down like astros and females fermentable sugars or less funky brett gotcha. Yeah but but then the east is also malta's negative which means pretend so so obviously malkani today so multidose Is a sugar. That's found in malt right and so typical brewer's can ferment. Multidose its main nutritional source. So this one's really weird can't firm malta's but it is diced addicts positive so it could break down other sugars. That aren't fermentable and ferment. Them and then on top of that just kind of sensory description. I got Yeah really struggled with it. Leaves some of the stuff that other brewer's yeast with typically eat up the other stuff that other brewers yeast wouldn't be able to from that's interesting. Yeah and then the sensory description. That guy was was kind of weird to like. Kind of vaguely belgian ginny So i i kind of leaned into that belgian direction with west sides and made a a crane. bill is pale malts Kind of vaguely like a belgian blonde type grain bill And then through through missing link east at it and then it gets weirder over time which is also another strange thing with his yeast. is that it. It will be clean at first and then it just gets funky and it gets and it gets drier and it gets more carbonated in like it's a used. It's an untamed east. It's a wild yeast. it's it's just it's it's awesome to see what collin did it's awesome to see what we did. Urban artifact is awesome to see what these five are the to. It's randy did. I mean we just drank the sample of the wooden cask and We were actually talking before we drank. That wouldn't catch me. One guys.
"two barrel" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!
"That is kinda read one place not and then throws as like wine is one so i don't think is fine color. Hey goes no wait a by color and then then there's the leprechaun doing all the clergy during the whole time and he's just like i really don't know nothing watching hockey out the window because the tv's back then so a season you think they had hockey back. Where were you going to say fun. Fact they would never have ice either. They're downstairs he drags his wife. The love contracts. The white downstairs for only cooking potatoes so this guy is pissed. He's mad so he's rage and man. He's a man. We try to include con once and for all because at first homeboys doing him favors. He's helping out with them. Like i just blaze a joint drink. And we're having fun for this episode. And he drags his wife downstairs. He gets pissed. He tried to get rid of him once for all so having been told that if he moved beyond a running stream which is crazy. Like luring this Let's go and get out of the get rid of clergy Mister peres attempted to do it just by moving all the household furniture and this what do you mean like re. Don't listen to this. The sellers of wine to a river stream because supposed to be leprechauns or clergy cons. Can't cross a stream of water for some reason. Oh i thought you meant like. He moved it all into so river so he wouldn't understand that he wasn't in the house anymore. So so so the move his house to outside of a house across the river doe he literally moved t- shit. It is like literally taking your coach. Your team just all put any ray beside a river bed and being like this right. Now come get me motherfucker. Get over it kenya. Can you can step over the line. Which coming river it there. You ain't getting across it. Because clearly articulate this is part of the folklore in matching because whoever the clergy knowing what was happening. He's like man. There's wanna they're trying to move across that river. Know what i'm gonna do. I'm gonna wedge my fucking sell my little body in between two barrels of beer and that's why these motherfuckers three feet. They're like three. They carrying two barrels of beer moved his wine cellar. Because that's one of the forklift. No i'm talking about all the barrels. He moved all the barrels his furniture. But you have moved it one.
"two barrel" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"County has continued to decline at a nice rate, Health Commissioner Greg Testerman says. Over the past week, the number of coronavirus cases his team handled was down by An average of about 100 cases daily compared to the previous week, and about half from their peak in December. Another big holiday coming up this Sunday, the Super Bowl and the counties again Warning people about the danger of parties. Matt Reese News radio 700 wlw about more good news in the fight against Cove it from Kentucky governor Randy Bashir and 700 Suzanne Duval. In Wednesday's briefing, Bashir announced 2592 new cases, The positivity rate is down to 8.53% the number of dead That's continues to be high, with 51 new deaths on schools, reopening foreign person instruction, Bashir said. It is on the horizon. We are on track to become the fastest state to vaccinate our teachers, and that means that there is going to be an expectation and encouragement to get our classrooms open in some form this year, said the CDC has specified that to ensure safe school reopening, there must be density control, masking proper ventilation and community mitigation. He says. There needs to still be the option for parents to choose NT I for the rest of the school year. So who's winning this year's Super Bowl? Well, the big Jeff is going with the Bucks. Fiona's got Tampa Bay in the Super Bowl. This insanity zoos, world famous hippo is going with the underdog yet again every year since her birth, she's taken the underdog in the championship, and zoo director Thane Maynard says. That's because Fiona beat the odds herself after being born premature. Fiona made her selection after two barrels were placed into her enclosure, one with the Tampa Bay Bucks logo and the other with the Kansas City Chiefs. She knocked over the Bucks barrel first, making her selection in the three years of picking the game..
"two barrel" Discussed on WTOP
"45 to Jonathan Warner Baseball's opening day is now just one day away. The Nationals beat the Orioles and back to back exhibition games the past two days, and manager Dave Martinez says one Soto Vigoro blaze and how we Kendrick picked up where they left off last year despite being quarantined and having less than a week to get ready, you know, from a short spring guys got trying to give you as many abouts is possible. Look good. You know, Soto, roadless both look good that they're young. Is, you know they're full of energy and involves back pretty quick. The Orioles, meanwhile, are banged up. Club outfielder Steve Wilkerson will miss significant time after fracturing a ring finger while making a diving catch in Philadelphia Sunday. Also, outfielder Dwight Smith was placed on the 10 day injured list. He arrived late after testing positive Cove in 19 and has just started taking live at bat so that might leave an opening for Cedric Mullins. To make the opening day roster primary focus during the off season. The endgame was two barrel. The ball up more consistently used a lot of technology. You know, it was a great learning experience, and I think I've made a really strong strives with that. I still feel pretty good to see in a few more pitches. Wilmore Spin has helped me continue on with that process, Orioles pitchers John Means and Hunter Harvey are also a question mark it this time. Both dealing with sore arms means was picked to start the opener in Boston on Friday, But former national Tommy Malone will now get the nod Jonathan Warner to be a GOP Sport Arts of Loud and Fairfax Faulk here, Prince William and Rava Hannah counties under severe thunderstorm warnings Right now we'll get you the latest next. It's 2 47 If you're a man aged 45 to 80 with a history of heart disease or stroke, please listen closely to this message. Some men with a history of heart disease or stroke.
Brewing with Fire: Carillon Brewing Company
"We also of course had to talk about the brewery itself which as I mentioned at its heart is one giant fire. This multi story brick fireplace essentially takes up one entire side of the Carillon brewing building in full view of the rest of the restaurant. Now if you're having trouble imagining that you're gonNA want to check out some of the pictures we put up on our website at the feast podcast Dot Org to appreciate an full. But if you haven't had a chance to check them out yet imagine a giant multistorey brick fireplace with a giant fire at the bottom level and yet another fire going on up top now. Needless to say this giant fireplace needs constant attention. A fire essentially has to be going at all times to keep the operational and well. It's a fulltime job so this is kind of crazy but we basically we opened up in August of two thousand fourteen As part of just a bigger living history exhibit for the larger part of Carolina's horrible parks. We had not talked about the eighteen fifties Dayton other areas of the park. So that was one of the reasons. Why chose the team fifty to replicate here in the brewery and the other reason was that we hadn't told the story of German immigration and Dayton. It's kind of a changing city in the eighteen fifties. We had new transportation routes that were opening up the Miami Erie Canal which runs right through. Caroline Historica Parker would have run through there when it was active was at its height by the fifties in Dayton In the later fifties the railroad finally came into town. So you start to see industrialization coming into this region Prior to that beer was being gruden has been done thousand years but beer wasn't being made on a commercial scale in the city of Dayton Until the eighteen fifties prior to that most of the beer is being home the housewife just a chore like any other and a essentially as safer source of hydration than the drinking water was often as a source of nutrition categorically Sosa Nutrition and the finished products is actually a fairly sterile product. Once it's produced that actually nothing really wants to live in it that's going to harm said so severe is important but by the eighteen fifties you start to see these purpose built industrial commercial brewing setups. coming up and so we replicated this building off of those early gravity fed. Industrial Brewers So what we're standing in is our brew house right now which relocated giant three tiered brick fireplace that. Actually it's not just one single heat source that has four different fire boxes free of which he parts of the brewing process one of which is a wood fired oven that we do our spangler and sour dough bread baking and about three or four days a week so dan is up there right now trying to get the fire going so we can go upstairs law. Show you everything. Here gets fermented in American White Oak barrels a little unique compared to a modern brewery which is using stainless steel and our pre. Kettles are copper. In Ohio by company called The Sun. So we had to have commissioned. You have three kettles up here kind of breaking down. The brewing process where essentially heating up water taking malted grain screens that have been sprouted and then dried trying to get the starches in the enzyme generated that can break down starch into sugar. By the malting process. We take those grains mill them in a stone mill here on site Bring them up to the top of the fireplace and we take our hot water. Mix It with the grains steep them for about an hour break those starches inside the grains this complex sugars down into simple sugars and then we'll translate into a third kettle which is directly heated by fire. That will be our boil pedal so once we start boiling. The words is liquid. That will become beer. That sugary liquid from the grain We add hops to it For most recipes we can add other ingredients like in our case coriander AOL that has coriander seed and Chili pepper. we do a squash. Butternut squash added to it so it can do a lot of different things in the boyle in terms of getting flavor into the beer. Of course boiling is what you're safely drink in water once we're done with that will cool the liquid down through a big cooling coil and then we'll ultimately end up in our barrels or or liberal. So it's a big process but we have these three giant copper kettle ones. One hundred gallons are Mash Tun. Excuse me is not directly heated but it is surrounded by so it's insulated so it can uphold that heat during the mash brought us and then our boil. Kettles his wealth can ask questions. You mentioned that it's handling rain. Who GETS THE QUARTERBACK? So that's a little bit in the beginning for the first about three years. We did have a mill that it's kind of funny it was a it was a steel roller mill which is a little bit more modern but housed in a kind of a historic looking setup and that was hand cranked so we actually were hanged cranking one hundred fifty pounds of grain every day for brewing process. That's like an intern. Yes exactly so volunteers. So there's three of us they get paid to do this full-time and we have about twelve men and women who actually come in and help us grew so those on tears are awesome and they help us do a lot of that kind of grunt work but we have since installed a stone mill in here with a little bit more appropriate to the eighteen fifties however that stone mill was designed to be hand cranked. We handmade the gears actually our presidency. Oh built that. He's a pretty skilled. Woodworker and with the gearing ratio. We found that the momentum of those large stones would actually kept the crank arm flailing on its own for about fifteen minutes so a little bit unsafe to you so right now we have a stone mill. That's unfortunately powered by electricity. It's kind of a mishmash so every once in a while we have to kind of put a little bit more modern twist on things just to keep things a little bit safer. But we'll hall up about anywhere between one hundred and a hundred and fifty pounds for per batch and we're a two barrel system so we we make about all things said and done about forty five gallons at finish beer of one batch so and I mean as far as your your other ingredients I mean hops obviously classic ingredient. Where are you sourcing Your House? So we get them from all over unfortunately still moat. The majority of hops are used for the brewing industry in America on the West Coast. So you're Valley Lamb valley places like that over in Oregon Washington and just interested you know from the nineteenth century. Perspective brewers who were working in Ohio Dayton in eighteen fifty would. They've been getting hops from Ohio. Where having from Wisconsin or west coast right so they were growing hops in Ohio for sure so in the eighteen fifties. It was kind of the opposite from now. We'll get them from. The West does in the fifties New York. State UPSTATE NEW YORK. Kind of in the cooper sound area was one of the biggest hop growing region for America Wisconsin but eating sixties with a huge hop growing regions. Ohio state have a significant hop culture? Well brewers would have been getting locally if they could but you also like you talked about earlier with the industrialization of brewing because of those transportation routes he could get hops from all over the place. A lot of brewers were importing hops from Europe from Germany and England. So can apprised tops. Like Hallertau in east can buildings Kim from overseas and so they would ship them and they would bring him in to those transportation route so they could get them smaller. So I mean there's still a little is brought to a certain extent. And then you know your your coriander seed and then you mentioned butternut squash. She kind of what brought you to those ingredients for the historical inspired. Imagine yet definitely so we spent about a year doing research prior to this facility being open just to figure out what we should be brewing. How To brew it? What equipment we needed but we need to build all those things and so we were talking about the year eighteen fifty here which is kind of the very beginning of industrialization for brewing in Dayton. We also have one foot in that early industrial style which would have been a little bit beers that were more used to today or credit more. Commercial Beers. Don't have all those crazy ingredients in them and then one flight back in the eighteen thirties housewife brewing methods. So we find a lot of these recipes. Coriander Ale came from A receipt book Recipe Book from the Eighteen Thirties so it was published in Cincinnati Ohio and it was basically a manual for how to raise a family. Todd receives proper seats for the Husband Minute Housewife Cincinnati. There's a chapter of the book of Brewing Essential part of raising a family and at that time in the eighteen thirties and found listed under the brewery section. Another way to make Ale so there wasn't even a name for it but it just described taking a Bushel of grain and a certain amount of water. Heating it up boiling it to a color which is kind of a funny Whatever that means so that's going to buffer interpretation with that meant back and then a culture coriander seed in Canada Seemed like exotic ingredients. And I think a lot of people think on the frontier wherever people just didn't have anything but then by the eighteen thirties they had the canal system so they could bring in pretty much anything. They want to get so coriander would have been available. They would have been growing slot tro in the and their gardens as well so they could have collected their own grain or seed so Chili Pepper capsicum Chili peppers. So they were bringing those eventually growing them too. So I imagine veterans Washer be something similar like right exactly or or even in the middle of winter. If you didn't have enough grain on hand sometimes these pumpkins. Soi shells even potato or beat. Beer would be dale here as well In January those representative of Beers that you were doing when you run out of grain so you're searching for other starchy from animal sources. And if you had grown wash harvested in the fall you keeping you root cellar and you can take it out and cut up in
"two barrel" Discussed on CincyBrewcast
"We also talked about doing the restaurant over there one point or having someone else do it or so. There were a lot of ideas for that but allowing people to drink the beer garden kind of dictated in its own right that that would be taproom but then i was listening to your podcasts darkness and that is something on our plan for like. I don't know what you call. It phase three or something thing which would be great if that's next year. I don't know if that's possible but we need to have our own food option. Would it be a a food truck like darkness met with or would you do something a little more permanent feeling in the beer garden or something like that so so i feel like right now. It's going to keep in mind whatever she says it could very well. I feel like right now. It would be a food truck minus finest the truck and it would be in the beer garden and then the winter we would pull it over here. Where normal food truck parking is <hes> <hes> and then. I feel like it would be very banacci like farm to table. I would want an extremely small menu just done. I will say this about the way this place is set up and i know you guys are pretty dead set on the parking lot in the back but well we have another idea for that you you also have this really great little takeout window that is in behind your bar which would be very convenient in the wintertime. If you had something right there it is also very conveniently right against the beer garden on the other side. There's there's a lot of really fun things that could be done with it but then you lose your massive parking parking spots if anybody who has ever complained about parking at the naci which i've never heard anybody complain about that but i'm sure you have. There's a ton of street parking. There is a tight like not just right in front of me sides. There's so much street parking here and places you can park down some of these other streets around here at it's nice to walk around you can walk a block of mt healthy and enjoy yourself working. You know it's not something to complain about here yeah so we have a potential parking idea that have not ready shares because i don't know it definitely won't be that cincinnati's first but the food thing is definitely on our radar and in the meantime of doing that food truck minus the truck part there may something inbetween there too just so we have if something more than like cheese balls and pretzels which are also awesome for the record but all of the reasons that darkness had talked about on your it's the the same reasons and i think we both open the same year. I think they open. Maybe like the month before us or something but at that time time you could open a brewery and not have a food option which i don't necessarily think is the case anymore but will it's. It's becoming harder and harder. We talked on the punch out show which was what two weeks ago and then last week we were co food park mark with a bunch of food truck owners those those two weeks we kinda got do perspectives on the food options of owning a brewery and trying to have something something and on the other side trying to operate a food truck and work with breweries them. It's gotten in my opinion to be a little bit of a mess. A lot of different levels from from both sides. There really isn't an easy way around that as a as a brewery. That's trying to give people what they want. Which is it's a place where they can go and sit and hang out and not worry about all right now. It's dinner time. We got to grab some food so i don't have the solution. I think it's different for everybody and again curious and excited to see how you guys solve that problem for you guys in a way those very fibonacci. It has to fit that that personality of what this place is. That'll be fun to see how you do that. I said after this we were done but then then there's the food and then. I don't know that we're done after that like i want to be done. It's when i think it's ever evolving so there's there's lots of different ways of growing a brewery and you see some places that it's just expand expand expand be bigger here bigger be bigger and that's that's their their method of growing and then there's places like you guys where you know i. I'm sure that the a discussion of a little bit bigger brew houses out there but i don't know that it's ever the focus and i don't know that if it ever happens it'll be a huge change snow we do and it is eventually in its a three barrel so that's and that's only the make their brew day better truly. It's not about putting out more beer. It's about maximizing on their sweat equity and just it would make sense in especially when we brew higher gravity beers now they'll mash in three times sometimes four so it would be nice to fill our two barrel fermenters by proving once and then that three barrel would allow for those higher gravity beer machinations rations right. That's that the method of growth then for a place like the nachos becomes perfecting these other parts of the experience since that aren't necessarily a focus to somebody else who is just trying to cram in another five fermenters or whatever it is. It's it's a very different type of growth here and one that i think is refreshing. You know it's not that same model. It's not a model that you see anywhere definitely here in cincinnati but i think much bigger than atta obviously. I'm not familiar with everybody in the country but i don't know there's a lot of other places that exist blake this. There's farm breeze. I'm looking for another urban farm berry so anybody listening to this knows of any in other states or whatever i would love to no. I don't think we're the only because again we always talk about simpson's. Did it like somebody's done it whatever they have to have in my mind but when we've been vent denver or portland or these places where you're like if they did it has to be here but then real estate costs are so expensive people can't by an acre next door like we did and just turn it into a farm. They need to put something on it to manufacture more beer the closest that i've ever seen scene out in athens with little fish yes that is the absolute close playing what cyber naci has now. They goats right. If he comes here he might get some go because it's really talk a little bit more about the events this weekend slash last weekend because i guess we still talk about it. Even though in theory kind of already happened already happen <hes> what do people what can people expect when they come out for your birthday parties because you will have one again next year yeah so i think well we talked about fifteen beers on tap at one time in nineteen years to cycle through during the day <hes> bottles available. We have a food truck truck which is pretty typical. This is the italian truck which we have not had before and i said i think banacci whose italian would totally approve approve of that for his birthday music so we have zander wells playing during the day. He's a great folk and blues zinger that people should be banging down our doors when this guy plays here which she does every month because he's just that talented and then in the evening we have. I don't know if it's your favorite band of all time. I know they played your wedding because they played heading but hunting agnes and they've played every year for our birthday. They've been the minor quotes <hes> <hes> and then the other thing that i think is unique to anyone's birthday. I think think again who knows somewhere. Somebody's done it. <hes> we'll be that the goats we'll be here if they cooperate which i think they will because they're both both just super super friendly in very people friendly <hes> then i'll get them out and let them hang out and <hes> people pat him and then and then the beer garden will be open and then there'll be a sneak peek of the new taproom uh-huh which isn't totally finished and people can use the facilities in there so let's the idea of of a birthday party.
"two barrel" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Carruthers adjustability on to come in and they talk about beer with you is three one two nine eight one to seven two hundred different styles as John said walking us through the the I'm going to mess up your eye to the prairies of classic beers is a version fields of adult beverages a lawyer for this poetic he's really looking you're married yeah well no I think you know you get that kind of silver tongued devil moved to you we're going to walk a woman through fertile fields classic beverages I love it so we are talking good to us follow Giada UT Chicago the see more of his silver tongued droppings and Instagram or Twitter and Jesse is Jesse ma'am B. Q. on Twitter and it's of course a goose island dot com and read brewing dot com we're talking about adjuncts we're taking we're taking ingredients and as I always say I think brewers are have lunatic half mad scientist because who else would think of some of the things that we're going to talk about being in beers going in beer what was it weird how did this start how did the adjunct star because we know about you know we you guys have talked a lot about barrel aging in that price and how that kind of got going goose is starting that in but how did you know like all right one of the beers will talk about later has Raman noodles yeah to be for those as a surprising to us is to you okay was there a point where somebody do you do you know who like the first person was it added something crazy your how did this all begin so we're talking about this and some of it is is calculated so like you know I'll see like Bourbon county stout the base fear that we put in those barrels is made a certain way and if you drink it without it being barely just got a whole different flavor right right once it's barely aged your your point always differently from the from the barrel so then you have that beer and you add ads on so like what we do is we try to complement the flavors that are already naturally coming out of that would okay so some of that is is natural you know it's like you add vanilla vanilla is in that would all right you know like Ross this if you like coffee it all makes sense but then you get other people are doing crazy stuff like in a pickle Cezanne puts pickles and beer that deal yeah the Mars made that deal Berliner voice yeah and it tastes exactly go what it promises like you know to your to your payroll so there's I know there's a lot to drink pickle juice I was pretty I I didn't hate it Justin the salt something too yeah I get no went when a brewery decides do this they're doing this on a very small scale right he you might have an idea go all right we're gonna do I don't know what you guys here how many barrels of day or up very well or do they just if it's packaged meant you know yet twenty first amendment out of San Francisco that hell or high water text of his great delicious refreshing summer beer that such a large scale peering at the coast to coast at the national did it so I was a tiny batch to see of it and had it right so that's that's what I'm saying you can is it is it hard for a brewery of goose a revolution size or even even a medium size brewery in town if they have an idea like this is it hard to just brought a small batch resent is at an easy and easy for you can do like we have like a little a two barrel system that's our pilot system okay could do stuff there's a lot of years that like if you guys ever come by I'll take you up says the taptic in his peers that might that might never see the light of day okay like experimental beers but you know it the beers that were drinking these guys made a big enough batch where they spend money on canning you know labels so that's not cheap and you wouldn't do like a small town barely bachelor you're talking like twenty three barrels yeah I have to take issue with one thing you said though thing we're drinking because we're obviously not we're doing a lot of talking what where to start let's get to first so since we are over I put a couple just because we've got a lot of crazy beers to get there I want to give your listeners the biggest bang for their dollar we want to take so the first thing we have is from our friends a pipe works it's called pineapple bowling scores can it's a Belgian golden ale brewed with pineapple juice lime zest and lime juice and then next to that our friends from Mars masters of the pickle beer jungle boogie retail and I'd like to name this has this is made with this this bush from southern after called really boost that it makes kind of a red herbal tea so it's got some of that in there and it's got a very T. like copy these fears are very different from each other but I both kind ads they try to bring in like a little extra bit of brightness with what they're ending also if either you can discuss how big that paperwork spears in terms ATV of got a shiny dollar fall yeah this is that's the pineapple one yeah it almost it has a viscosity like a barley wine to avoid just not only that my field so I'm gonna guess is pretty high medical eight point three while you're at it says ten and a half yeah group could you hear a pop you think all this can be light it's gonna be sociable for hot weather drinking yeah now that is where they they're not messing around six really good here I like that is delicious too what I really like about the Mars is the aroma and that it right on the nose it's eccentricity think very tropical fruity I really like that about the Mars jungle buddy both are very good we've got a text in before we go to the news and then we will continue with our at Joe's I listen to the show and my son who is in the craft beer can't believe how much I know so you guys are educate for you John with a humble Gator only be available at the in the tap rooms or will it be or will you be selling it in the stores as well so this is a smaller batch this pineapple coconut beer made about thirty barrels I believe the Hubble get real only be available at the tap room the brew.
"two barrel" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"You grew up in the nineteen sixties and the seventies we I a cocoa is everywhere especially in the seventies he has turnaround Chrysler got loan guarantees you pay them off early he was a salesman he was a car guy he and he he didn't design but he conceived and pushed through well the car that came to define me the Mustang and and I have the short block V. eight a lot of you went for the two barrel at the four barrel and mine was just cherry red and yet if John Campbell were here he would not understand any of this car talk but you were also a Mustang owner your little bit younger than me she got one of the later model I got my license in nineteen eighty two and my first car I paid a thousand dollars for it was a black sixty seven coupe two eighty nine to beryl give a two barrel I had to that's kinda weak you know what you know we said the Argo canyon road here it goes all the way around back to the can down to El Toro yeah I many tickets did you get on that right you used to make that Ryan doing about a hundred and twenty five in that stock stop right that that in that you can go to jail for them no you know you can statue limitations buddy I don't know they're outside of that I still you know where your your save that card is due to I did really well in that car that was a fun car it was the car was seventy it was it was you even though you got yours in nineteen eighty two I got mine in nineteen eighty two is a fifteen year old car at that point and it's still just flew well I've told people there is a a story about that movie out called echoes of the canyon which is on the moral canyon music scene nineteen eighty five sixty six sixty seven Jackson Browne Jackson Browne Mamas and the Papas all the all the that the birds no stars in this because the Beatles are in as you know eagles it's before the eagles that it's it's really kind of acoustic guitar going electric narrated by Jacob Dillon and back saying that in a bunch of other people do a lot of the covers Eric Clapton is in it because it's part of the English people but that if you had a car analog it would be full of Mustangs and Camaros a bright those are the two cars the exactly the the sixty four through sixty seven sixty eight Mustangs and these other sixty nine Camaros those were those were the classic American muscle car no I admit I have a soft spot for Firebirds not many people dead I thought they looked good the Pontiacs me to find Firebird and they made a comeback during the Rockford files that was that you know the the I did not know that he he he he drove you've done well did you miss he drove a gold Pontiac Firebird but what made the money and it's good were the Trans Am do you remember Lee Iacocca on TV of course he was ubiquitous he was the first guy to go and become the brand he was the only man in America that tried to convince you to buy a Chrysler LeBaron yeah and and it worked now I gotta ask you do you think that Lee Iacocca would have pulled the Nike shoe I don't not in a free game he would have tried to limit his he would have said you know we're kind of in the business of selling shoes he was in the business of expanding is based not on my end so yesterday I broke the door a double down there they're not going to but I know they did I want to I want the country to know that Nike just gave the middle finger the international sign for water came from like here's a story from The Washington Post red white and blue with the image of a historical American flag stitched on its heel in the July for release week may seem like an innocuous attempt by Nike to capitalize on the hot dogs and fireworks and patriotism that mark the holiday instead the company found itself at the center of a political firestorm former National Football League quarterback Colin Kaepernick pointedly complained about the shoes in Nike cancel the sneakers production Miley someone should tell should run out there and do a Betsy Ross snicker right now chopper accu as a face of the company told Nike that he found the flag design in seventeen seventy seven with a circle of thirteen stars one for each American colony offensive because of its connection to the era of slavery according to the Wall Street journal which by the way of a seventh grader wrote in history paper they'd be fought the company's decision to cancel production on the shoes triggered a now familiar dispute no this is not familiar this is different some concern of fox news host and prominent Republicans such as Ted Cruz and Josh Holly have lashed out at the company calling for a boycott and accusing it of being anti American but more significantly governor Doug Ducey a Republican city it ordered state authorities to revoke a modest incentive packages offered Nike to open a factory near Phoenix he said he did so because Nike quote bowed to the current onslaught of political correctness and historical revisionism it is a shame for retreat for the company do she said on Twitter I read this yesterday morning American businesses should be proud of our country's history not abandoning it now there is no good reason for doing this not some people say they intended to get the publicity if they have gotten I'd say there but they they really I didn't care that they made calling Capranica AT face of their brand first segment of their market that's okay some people like Colin Kaepernick column is banned our producers favorite athlete ever we often call and call it and so it it's either call and Ben Ben calling could do that you know as a kid when the forty Niners had a brief shining moment of mediocrity to that was for him a break through and and I don't mind at the end it I I've known forever that Colin Kaepernick was never gonna win the spelling bee so I didn't care that they put him on some posters I really didn't care let everyone you want to deal you Neil I just don't get upset about anything but that's not saying you go your way out of my way I'll take my way you think your way that saying I can't have issue because it's got the Betsy Ross flag on it so now you're interfering with my consumer choices and you are saying that Maggie hates America Nike hates America Maggie hates America so you go out anywhere your Nike this weekend don't wear it on the fourth of July people might look at you a little bit funny they might think you're making a statement about not being in on the revolution I honest to goodness would love to have you calling cabinet do you think he has any idea about the length and duration of the patriotic war known as the revolutionary war close shot yeah I think you'll probably know George Washington is no no we owned slaves and didn't say people and that was a moral flaw but do you think he knows the battle the Brandywine Trenton the Catalans if if your cat hair on the currency they're racists that that that that's a good point I'm just saying I think Nike is so screwed up other news Iranian president warns that they're going to take more steps to break the deal there is no deal the J. C. B. O. a dead dead dead when we come back Donald Trump president out never thought I heard you yeah I just didn't believe you would do this he gave up we got rolled he's not going to put the immigration status question on the census the trump administration in a dramatic about face abandon its quest on Tuesday at a citizen question to the twenty twenty census a week after being blocked by the Supreme Court.
"two barrel" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"You to ponder as a move towards the first break. And that is this show this particular show is designed to enable you to honor your father in a very unique way. You're pretty much telling the world have much your father, and, or grandfather, whichever the case, baby. It could be a mentor as well. But anyway. Folks, that parentis very, very important in our lives. And I would love to hear from some of you who've never called in before. I know a lot of folks are a little show about calling into a radio show. But when it's all said and done, you're basically token to JIMBO will make it as easy as that Kim. And hopefully you be. Wanting to spread the news to folks, how much you really do revere, your father. I love these shows. There's a lot of heart-rending stories. There's a lot of heart warming stories and their great way for us to interconnect and understand how our fathers obviously taught us two hundred fish in regards to the format of this particular program. But even if not, if you're father, just introduced you to the outdoors took you boating took you hiking. Whatever the case may be. We'd love to hear your story tonight the numbers to do so or five seven one eighty four eighty four or one eight hundred four four four eighty four eighty four. I'll go ahead. Kicks things off with a little bit about my father, who had a very storied career in the outdoors. My father was a lifelong hunter and fisherman introduced me to both sports very early age. I started fishing and shooting come or first, squirrel, when I was three comma first, bass and Bhutia when I was three and progress through there. Dad was a veteran of World War Two he was Davey and the served pretty admirably he received some combinations in metals. One was furry. He served incidental in the Pacific. He was on LS tease the landing craft that they used to take the troops into the beaches saw a lot of action had a considerable amount of. Anxiety. I guess you would call it for the rest of his life, as a result of a lot of the horrible things that happened over there. He saw a lot of men die. He received one particular metal one of the fellows fell off the ship, and he was ordered not to go after him. But he told the captain cap, I can't watch that, man die and dad dove off the ship. He was an excellent swimmer and save the gentleman. Another ship coming in behind picked him up. And he was honored for that particular circumstance. He also was it. Excellent angler. I mentioned this before, you can get this by goodly into captain, Jim straighter. He's in international game fish association. Hall of fame had a hall of fame. He was the first person to ever incorporate rattles into artificial lures and develop a several rattling type lers. The diamond rattler surface, ler was the one that was most famous. It was sold nationally during the late sixties early. Seventies, he also developed a. Lure that was a buzz bait that had a rattle in it. There was called a rattle trap, and he got patents on those in addition to copyright and was able to take that and make some money when rattled tramp rattling lures came out. When Bill Lewis, brought out the rattle-trap dad actually licensed him the use of the name, which was an interesting sort of passive income. If you will that was the result today. It's innovative things that he did with those lures that he also developed a of Radha worms what it was was a rattling worm head that would cause the worm to dart dip around this was long before, folks were swimming more or doing many, the tricks that are utilized today in this particular item. Had rattling it, which added to its attractiveness and that was an interesting part of his career. He was an excellent wing shot. He loved wing shooting was probably as good a quail shot as I've ever seen in my life. And I've seen some real dandies. He had an interesting way going about it. He shot a big old, heavy Browning automatic and auto five had two barrel. Cut way down and had a polish joke on Vinnie shot at wide open. And his first shot would generally be done. So quick, that you could barely see the bird leave the brush, before he would fire, and I've seen him double and triple on Quayle, so many times. It's just crazy. But he loved the out of doors and pass that along to me and it wasn't without some time. Oh, I must tell you, he divorced. My mother when I was young. I didn't see me again. So I was in my twenties, and that created a pretty big. Gap if you will in things, but we reconnected later in life. And it's when I learned a lot more about his life. And, and what he'd done? It was charter boat. Captain, had offshore boats for sale fish primarily that was one of his favorite species. He loved to fish for Tarpon. He also had boats that he fished in the flats, is saltwater, career, revolved, primarily from Fort Lauderdale, which is where he had the bigger boats fished out Lauderdale. And then when he moved to the keys, he was centered out of duck key, which he subsequently got into real estate and help develop that key. He worked for garbage Kincaid Kentucky and who did a lot of the development on that particular key. So he loved fish for Bonefish permit. You name it. He's calling it. So I come by a lot of my attributes in my. Love for the sport in a pretty obvious fashion, if you will. So I thought it shared that about my father in a way to remember him, and perhaps, encourage you to share stories about your dad again, are your grandfather, so yen the numbers to do that five seven one, eighty four eighty four or one eight hundred four four four eighty four eighty four. This break is presented by SMS marine eleven four hundred Westport road..
"two barrel" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"With the Dow, the s&p, NASDAQ all venting equities halting a two day slide. Treasuries rose, as investors assessed the likelihood for interest rate cuts oil rallied on escalating. Middle East tensions. West Texas intermediate crude up by two point one percent today to fifty three twenty two a barrel. Brent up two point three percent to sixty one thirty three a barrel. Import prices are down the latest data, pointing to tame inflation, and with that story. Here's Bloomberg's Vinny Del Jude is it's evidence. The strong dollar is keeping import costs in check offsetting any impact from tariffs. The import price index dropped point three percent in may. The first decline since December. The retreat was across the board from petroleum to auto parts that figures mirror, this week's data on consumer prices beneath out, you Bloomberg radio thirty seconds, yield two point zero nine percent. Gold up six tenths of one percent, thirteen forty two the ounce, west Texas intermediate crude up two point one percent fifty two twenty two barrel. Recapping the equity numbers SNP up eleven of four tenths of one percent. The Dow up one hundred one four tents and NASDAQ up forty four a gain of six tenths of one percent. I'm Charlie pelletan. That is. Bloomberg business flash. All right, Charlie. Thank you so much predate. That update you are listening to Bloomberg BusinessWeek. We are live at bien y Mellon Pershing insight conference in Phoenix. And this is Bloomberg radio. All right. So we are looking at broadcom earnings, they are disciplining investors to save release cutting their full year revenue.
"two barrel" Discussed on CincyBrewcast
"They could. I've been lying. It wasn't that good legally can. But make a isn't gonna make small Homebrew size batches, it's just not worth their time and money. Now, maybe if there's a big enough, like push for it, and what our plan is so missing link day, June first, which is tomorrow, June, first, we're having a big abrasion in party, and beer, release, and we want to do this every single year and this first year is is just us. It's us at Arben artifact. We've heard this beer we're doing a big can release really want to turn this into a celebration of Cincinnati's brewers past present and future. So what we really want to do is get everyone on board in the city as much as we can at least to by this east brew commercial batch wool, by some kids cans, whatever will have it at the festival will celebrate all this wonderfulness, and we also want to get the Homebrew involve. So if there's enough critical mass, we can actually reach out to mega and get Homebrew batch size orders, but currently you they're not going to do it. The only do like six fifty strains for, for Homebrew. So those a long way to say. You can't right now. If you're Humber, but hopefully it's part of the plan. And if you hit us up, we can we'll pull the pitch for you wanna buy shift on east as a home brewer. Yes, you. Yeah. I guess you could spend you could buy a two barrel. Pitch for one hundred twenty bucks. If you really want to do well, and I mean blow Blow tears tears. or something could do. That's great idea. Yeah. Club. Could definitely go in a club out there, a Homebrew rather that wants to just reach out to us and wolf Acilitator that, that for you, because you get enough people together, one hundred twenty bucks for east is really not that no. It's not. And that would be enough for in dire club. So the idea going forward as that on this day, every year, there can be some kind of event where you get a bunch of beers that are all made with this historic east different interpretations of it. And just celebrate this bigger thing that we have in Cincinnati, which I like it's the community side, the history side that I feel like is something that is special Cincinnati. I'm not that other cities don't have brewing history. But I don't know that cities are as tied into it as we are, and celebrated as much as we do in Cincinnati. I like it a lot of it's fun. Oh, it's going to be great Bach vest is to the style of Bock beer that we want this festival to be for the brewers in the people who couldn't soom their products. So Bock fest is very narrow its focus, and we want to open that up and celebrate the brewers and the drinkers in our city. Fits in bishop's, but I don't know. It seems fun. And I think we can achieve it. It's and I think I mean I. I haven't even said a lot of the weird shit that I wanna do this out to these guys, we talked about kind of fest and how that happened. How you went with that. And you've had a long time since then for your mind to wander into. And I, I mean it's been it's been it's been six years now that I haven't done. I haven't like spent a lot of my time and energy thinking you know what? Crazy shit can I do coming up festival. So. Yeah. This thing I mean, when I started running box fast I had five hundred dollars, and it took place over three hours of one night. So, you know in ten years, I grew that to one hundred and fifty thousand dollar budget. Three days a month. The crazy shit advance and plan to do the same thing with this link fest box one hundred and fifty thousand dollar sane. Yeah. Actually. Yeah, yeah, there's a lot of shit going on now. It's fun. If the city can find more things like this, too. Inject beer, ovens that do. Kind of take part with the whole city instead of just being, you know, at this barrier at this barrier. This we're gonna Bach. That's what makes it so fun. Is that it is spread out with makes October fest funds that, that week, you do have lots of vans happening in other places. It's the, the, the failure of Cincinnati beer week. Is it kind of collapse on himself because people weren't celebrating? This is. Oh, yes. Any beer we died real hard, hard and very ugly. But this is that opportunity to create things that. Not that Cincinnati Rico's ever like a generic kind of thing, but it kinda was felt. This is something, this is something that's being born. Of something, that's real and something it's exciting and something that's different than what anybody else has. I think that's cool. I think it's going to be great for the city and I think it can be really great for north side as well. Mean. Bach vest keep going back to that. But Bach has been good over the years for a whole lot of people. I mean, there's a lot of bars and businesses that make a lot of money as a result there. There were years where people told me without that weekend, we would have gone under. So not had to do with hard times down there in the hood. But the point is, is that it's done. Good things for people. And I think that this, this festival can do great things for urban artifacts that can do great things for a lot of breweries in this city and great things for the neighborhood, and we can all get drunk on beer, and for just the, the brewery district to like it, too. They're still so many people that I talk to what do you mean? There's tunnels and you have to explain to them. What's going on down there in the things that exist and somebody tastes this beer? And then you start to tell them the story. I want to see it now. That's the thing that ties it all together. When I I wanna go see what's going on that side of it. And. It's awesome. It's fun. We're actually doing next week next Saturday. We're going to do. Urban artifact release doing a fundraiser for the district and. This bureau be available next Saturday, down in over the Rhine beside this tunnel, and we'll take people through the actual tunnel so. Yeah, meet weather beer with the tunnel. Going to that. Please remember to save some of that I have on my calendar that I'm going to be there. Just gotta make sure we save cases. If you're there, and you don't bring the beer. That's. It'll be another riot in the streets where someone brewer we'll get sad. I still cannot get this image out of my head of this big streetfight happening at those this picture, you know, damn Listerman here. I don't think Dan Lewis two men could die. I think he steps times he would just look like death for fear, then somehow recovered, put any kind of streetfight has do beer him in there, like, in the middle of screaming, my German words or half, correct. Stabbing people with chalet lease and stuff, which aren't even German, but he was. He used to when they when they used to come to the boxers parade. I was thinking of this today at random owes walking back from the bar where launch because I was hung over, and I just started ran and thinking about the fact that Dan used to come to that parade. And he would bring like a flatbed cart, and he would he would brew on it. I mean had like fruit name and fire rolling down the street just drunk, Faulk throwing hops off. I mean, the fact that there was nobody the wound up with third degree burn. It's just a miracle that in of itself as a miracle. Oh, how the world changes your doesn't change that months. So is there other plans for you guys? In the meantime, or already for for next year of, of other things you can do with this east and other ways that you can implement it or is this just kind of a once a year thing that you guys are gonna play with? I don't know. I don't know. Andrew, do you wanna see us do anything with this east to 'cause I don't have any plans? I don't know. I mean, it's, it's really intriguing when you think about, like what this beer and like things like fests like, what that does for the community. Right. Because it opens people up to just type in style beer. That's really unique hasn't been done before. And whereas they might not be they might not be like open to that. No experiencing that so, yeah, I definitely want to see you guys do some more stuff with that beer. I don't know what that means, but be interesting to see, like I love the idea of bringing other breweries things like that. You have them do their take on it. And then kind of come together to make this this festival every year. Homebrew competition be fun. It'd be really sweet and get people also. What's also. I feel like this is one of those beers that if it was on frequently would do really well in the taproom. Yeah, I think one of the only complaints I ever hear from people. Is that there isn't that normal kind of beer in the this fits, so I'm so tired of you say that? See you don't say. I don't say that every time we got crosser, but this is stone. I. You guys just run into each other in the street. They he's just he says, Josh you should have a more normal. Landry was the for the sour podcast and it came out, then and then just feel like it always comes up, but it's just give you shit. That reminds me we should start a podcast. It's only just annoying sounds like someone grinding their teeth. They for like five minutes, sound thing that they did was, what's the a r. AM Naess Amar. Yes. Like it's annoying. It's like sounds can you offer annoying? Sounds some suck in there knowing the creek thing. Reading into the Mike hard. To workshops scratching yourself. Just just real shit. Anyway..
"two barrel" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Bed doing the Lord's work. Stephen aetna. Good morning. How are you? I'm doing fantastic. How are you? You mentioned Shakey's, and I used to be a part owner of two Shakey's in Indiana was a great chain. It was but we got in one thousand nine hundred seventy five and I must say my poor partners and the managing partner was imagine name on the air. He's now deceased how we Snyder of Muncie, Indiana, a retired Marine Corps Colonel. And my other partners were all retired Marine Corps colonels. I was not I was in the army. So they forced me to do push ups every morning, but I would be delighted to know that at one time, we had music live music seven nights a week. And I was largely because of how who wasn't musician on so many other things, and we tr- we did that for about a year and a half or two years. Now, the yeast thing that you're talking about whoever called you up was absolutely correct. You could walk into those places in you would smell it. And I'll tell you how we. One of the reasons. Huge barrels, and I I don't know waist high that we used to have where we made the dough. You put him the dough you make it and you put into water etcetera etcetera etcetera, and you leave it there overnight it rises to the top of the barrel. And what you do. And this was a great thrill, you take the Lynagh two barrel and you punch the substance, and it becomes now about half of what it was that's smell. That comes out of there is the yeast and just fantastic. Nothing like a face full of pizza. Dough rise fresh pizza dough involved in that from seventy five to eighty and then Howie disbanded from Shakey's when the empire started go right to the dogs. In one thousand nine hundred eighty eight and it became Howie place until they closed it. But shaky Johnson was the guy who started it in California and believe it or not he was called shaky and he kept that nickname because I believe he had cerebral palsy, and he had the shakes, and he didn't mind being called shakey Johnson. That's what everybody called him. And he sold it to the hunt food empire, and quite frankly. Eventually it went to the dogs because the hunts just simply didn't look after their business fantastic. Well, listen, I I've got to cut you short because we got Brennaman and Jones in base charity too. But thanks for the update on Shakey's pizza. Just that smell of the dough rising of the fresh east. Unbelievable. Batman will have science mic on the way after news date, but Brennaman and Jones on baseball is next on seven hundred wwl W direct that count. Saturday, mostly cloudy, only a slight chance of rain during the day and highs in the mid sixties Saturday night, though, scattered rain around and a low of fifty on Sunday rain early in the morning, and then a chance of rain for the rest of the day. Highs in the low sixties from your severe weather station on nine I warning chief meteorologist, Steve Raleigh. News Radio seven hundred wwl w good. Starting your day..
"two barrel" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"This is Bloomberg markets coming up oil prices certainly front and center today, surging after the US tighten sanctions on Iran, effectively by removing waivers that some countries were using to continue to order an get oil from Iran. We're gonna talk about that. But right now as head over to Greg Jarrett from Bloomberg business wash right Lisa stocks continue to fluctuate ahead of an earnings daily. News expected over the next few days energy, stocks are up on oil. We'll talk about that in Asia Chinese stocks and bonds fell as investors wagered features stimulus will be limited while cares Japan. Finished slightly higher. Todd Mariano of Eurasia group is well he's optimistic. He tells Bloomberg. He's very optimistic on China trade deal getting a deal with China allows the administration to number one vindicate its its approach. It's economic war on the world. And and turn to some other things that they can present voters ahead of twenty twenty as we intimated earlier. Crude oil has left to Thais level in almost six months after the Trump administration indicated it will not renew Iran Oil waivers for China, India and other countries once they expire in may we check the markets every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg radio. West Texas intermediate is up two point seven percent at sixty five seventy two barrel, while COMEX gold's up a tenth of a percent, twelve seventy seven even for outs. ESP five hundred is little changed up just about one. Dow Jones industrial average is little changed down eighteen NASDAQ is little changed up five the ten year is down five thirty..
"two barrel" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Ben hunt co founder chief investment officer of second foundation partners and publisher of Epsilon theory. But first the chicken with Gregg Jarrett, Bloomberg news for a Bloomberg business flash. Greg all stacks stock Scher egging or just a smidge we'll say just a smidge while treasuries advance as investors. Wait key, develops the continue to raise doubts about the strength of the global economy. Julia Coronado macropolicy perspective, founder tells Bloomberg the US does not need to lean on stimulus to get through the night. At least not right now. I don't think that the US isn't a bad place right now, especially given this global flow down. We haven't seen a decline in oil prices that really hit the US energy patch hard last time around so investment shouldn't. Suffer as much I think consumers are experiencing strong labor market. So I think we're going to I think we're all right. Recheck the markets every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day here on Bloomberg radio S and P five hundred up two tenths of a percent of five thousand little change down sixteen. The NASDAQ is up a half a percent thirty five the ten years up seven thirty seconds yield two point four seven percent. West Texas intermediate crude oil is up three tenths of a percent sixty four sixty two barrel. Comex gold's up a quarter of a percent at thirteen eleven thirty announced the dollar-yen is at one ten ninety three the euro dollar twelve fifty British pound dollar eighty five foot down a tenth of a percent that action Germany's up half percent. The CAC in Paris's up two percent lift shares to get another nosedive amid reports that I could be filing through the idea soon as tomorrow shares her plumbing record lows right now, let's lift is down eleven point four percent. That's a Bloomberg business flash. Bloomberg markets continues now with Lisa and Paul. Thank you so much. Greg..
"two barrel" Discussed on CincyBrewcast
"We put out there trying to put out the best we can. And I think we do pretty good job. But I can say from my perspective, the people that I've talked to that have been here. It's always a good experience. It's always a I love that place. I need to get back there versus sometimes when you talk about other places. Oh, yeah. I went there wasn't that. Great. You know, I've never heard that from people that have been here. So you would tell if you actually did I would maybe not on the air. But I would tell you. Everybody. I talk to you just doesn't like this place. Beer, tastes like hose. Waters. If somebody would make a hose water beer, actually on purpose. I would drink at all the I love I love that hose. Water flavor. It's still one. It's the one off labor that does not bother me when. That final offers. I can. Don't be. Hose water. Yeah. I think somebody who had the hose water VA. I don't care. Shame whoever had to name. Shame a few people. But though, I have never had that. Thank you very much and he can name shame whoever wants, but it's not named shame and middle. Of it, actually, tastes you never had it because I. No, no. I have heard an actually tasted. So that were around at which I think have corrected their mistakes. But you gotta watch even putting some of that stuff out. I mean, if you know, it's not right. Don't I mean, the bad press that you get off? Now, there's a fine line. I can understand the desperation, especially as a new brewery to try to sell everything to keep things moving and not. Yeah. Not pour something down the drain. I can understand that. Right. But there has to be a tie point wetter. Does post. Hey, we did the unthinkable today. Yeah. This batch did not match our standard. And we dumped it. To a point. You know, if they're doing that like once every two or three months, then that's a red flag up. But if it's that's that's a good thing. You know, they're they're showing that they're you know, that their quality control is is actually something meaningful, and they can realize that they have a problem with it. And they they another thing is they have to worry about how to fix it. It's one thing. They know you have a problem with it, you gotta figure out why it did that. And that's that's knowing your equipment and that only comes with time. I don't care who you have. And what what system they're on? There. You have to have some time that you you warm up to it. And then, you know, all the ins and outs of what you're dealing with. So it would be the same now for anybody that you get from home brewing, do even come up to a one or two barrel system. They have to know their I probably five years would be completely different. If you try. Try to make the same one. So I mean, that's part of it. It's learning how to deal with bigger volumes and all of that. So that was a learning curve that we went through. And I'm glad to say, I hope we're past at that. But yeah, we're we're we're having a lot of fun with it. I just hope that everybody understands it's not just the monetary in you can everybody knows that when you become Abreu. You're you're making seven figures, and your, you know, just don't have to worry about those anymore..
"two barrel" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"System was revealed by GM exact Mike Anderson at an industry event this time. Try power is going to be a suite of tech features kind of cool stuff designed to boost fuel economy on the two point seven liter turbocharged four cylinder engine that. They're putting in a truck. I know that a scares people to death when the lender. Oh, I get that in not the engine for everybody. And I get that. But it is the engine for a decent amount of people that just drive a truck more realize it's the truth to if you really think about how you use a truck. Now, if you're hauling heavy stuff, obviously certain things that we're going to say as we sit around the little round tables. I talk about all the time. There's certain people it's not gonna work for there is a large group that this would work for there's a lot of people that just have trucks because they want a truck you got it. We we trade them in and the beds are pristine, and you think to ever throw even just a piece of lumber in the bag now, I didn't try power thing on on the two point seven liter. Turbo charge. Does several things like cylinder deactivation that can shut off two cylinders. So you'll for four cylinders down to cylinders have four-cylinder didn't scare you enough down with two. Yeah. But let's get where you're going down the highway and you're up to speed and you're on cruise control two cylinders will probably do all you need to do and increase. Your fuel economy active. Thermal management is also going to be on this. That's one of the one of the try power things, and it can increase or decrease the temperature in various parts of the engine to keep it running more efficient think about that. That's kind of a cool thing that they have just a temperature insider and variable intake lift that changes how long intake valves stays open at certain engine speeds. Once again, all about improving fuel economy, cool stuff to me that that one is the most amazing because obviously they're taking away like lifters and things like that. They're doing it all with a computer now. Valves and everything because you know, it used to be that is the camps. And I don't know this. Maybe they just haven't sort opens longer with a maybe a longer stroke on open or something. But I just really feel that it's probably being done with computers these days eliminating mechanical stuff, they used to be in there for what it's worth less to break down. No. Makes sense because if you just these temperatures and just all those sites, obviously. Of cylinders heads going to be the way of the future. And how they are going to gain a little more fuel economy all the time. So amazing. And good for them for you know, like I said having the smarts to be able to do this and everything the geniuses the work on it. But I just can't I can't fathom a lot of it. The you finally accept the fact that someone some genius did this. And now someone did it and kind of rewrote the body. And that's some totally rewrote the book. It's amazing. So you know, how the original try power worked? No it was. It was do, you know, the other named trips was a comment trips? Gonna actually try power is the one. I remember that's. Trips. I do remember that being thrown around out there. But I remember I remember Tripard didn't remember trips till you said it. The whole thing. Kind of started in fifty seven Chevrolet Chima with a new small block engine that actually only increased their horsepower by one horsepower. But that was a big deal that got me acts going at it because boy back down the divisions. I think used to kind of work against each other all the time a lot of competition. I do mean against each other. I didn't say that by bag, and so the Pontiac that three forty seven which I settled for three fifty one article I found three forty seven five point seven leader was new that year and it had two four barrel. Carb setup to. I'm right on that yet two four barrel carb setup, and it you could get the new hot option that try power which replaced down on the on the Chevy. It was actually an early fuel injection believe it or not set on that one horsepower border. So the try power replaced it. But if the with the they also had a barrel available. So I wanna start off at the beginning. You get a two barrel on top of the engine which really ran well because just going to run better the four barrel. Of course, get you more. Horsepower was a gas guzzler bad news that way didn't run. So well at Neidl ran well, when you're you know, you're wrong, but didn't run well in idle, so they were trying to figure out kind of a compromise between the two things of getting a little more horsepower. But still having run. Okay. When you're just sitting there to stop late in the classic old when you see some of the sixties vehicles in their womam alum, and they're just they're just not happy because they wanna they liked to be wide open with four barrel going on. So so they figured out a way to add two more barrels to the setup. And so that's why it's trips. So it takes you three two barrel carburetors on top of the intake. Which was a very unique look, and and and the concept was the center one was your two barrel carburetor digit run on time, and it just would allow idol well, and and then run along well and do probably ninety percent of your running. But then when you would hit the gas pedal, the other two would open wide up and the six barrel carburetor, basically, and they would just dump the gas in and make you go fast bottom line, Chico fast. Right. But, but there was there was a whole lot engineering. They started off with with a soul the way down the side. It was kind of woulda Justice to make it happen. Right. And they ended up with and that's the one that I had was one with the linkage that all just you talk about intricate linkage in whenever everybody's trying to find. What are these historically to put on a car? It's always the linkage that's hard to find out very lucky to find one that had all that linkage all attached. Because. It was very complicated. When the gas pedal goal away to the floor. All this linkage would kick in and all the barrels would open up and just dumped the gas. And the thing the big thing was you know for. And I think everyone knows this. But the gas actually is mixed with air, and it makes like a wet gas that goes in, and that's what causes the spark and everything and the problem with the former other brands, but it was a lot of times the with a two barrel. It was much more easy to get that ratio. Right. But as soon as you open up that four barrel, also, and you had this dump a gas, and then you had to immediately get more air mixed in there. And it was hard for them to get that balance. Right. And then I could imagine how much harder was was six and everything that was that was a big piece of puzzle was figured out how to make those the two two barrels that weren't being used all the time. Seal uptight, didn't get a vacuum leaked at all. That would screw up. The whole system has proved magazine and air for them to once again. Yeah. And then so that you'd be lean and the thing with four barrel. If you remember other times viewed flood the engine all the time on those too much gas if you just right on those that that's a flash factor. Four barrels. They were unforgiving screwed up. There was a book your your your you'd have to wait till it aired itself out the nose. News thing you always had pushed the pedal all the way to Florida just open those air vents up and get it to help. And it would start it up for you. Yeah. You're constantly dumping all gas on killing your engine. That's a bad flashbacks. Very young was the those four barrels, and if you flooded on my show it off the hard ones threatened people wanted them. No a thing. It was like everyone wanted the four barrel wanted the power. A lot of people will get that tube. Where actually the two barrel really performance. Performed a lot better for ninety percent of your driving. So this whole try thing was just genius because it also saved on fuel. So as early fuel economy running down the two zero most of the time instead of that big gas guzzling four barrel, and but let me give you some stats so in nineteen fifty seven two barrel on on the three fifty. I'm gonna call it meat two hundred forty four horsepower case on the to Pearl the four barrel bumped it up from two forty four to two seventy horsepower. When when you put the trips on it to try power two hundred ninety horsepower, which today's standards. Yeah. Yeah. When I talk about the. With the the four cylinders the cylinders not. You're right. Silverado I'm talking about. It's got more horsepower than this. So so one from the the force the two barrel went from two forty four horsepower all the way up to the trips to ninety so virtually fifty horsepower additional which is huge. Sure. Beckton that was huge today. Not so much. Was so popular that it ultimately ended up. The Chevrolet got into an Oldsmobile even Buicks headed on it. And of course, name badges out amid where the badge of honor thing too. If you remember the part that amazes me and to their credit for the time and everything is a lot of time. You get these older vehicles. These old, you know, hot rods for what they were and everything and they'll raise them against these new cars and these older cars win consistently which you would think with the new technology in the more horsepower. These new cars would just blow them out of the water. And but I gotta say if you ever watch those races, and you see what's going on is they are not using the kind of racing engines that are out there today. They're actually using more of an old style engine in the newer car. Is that just don't have all the latest latest and greatest. Yeah. Charged engines and everything I love to watch those old, you know, every now, and then YouTube puts a lot of them on where someone races like a two thousand seventeen against a sixty two or something. The sixty to a blow it away in your lake. Wow. And you're in real life and not that this isn't real life because it's an actual race. And they both do wanna win. But they're not racing. The latest technology because it would blow it out of the water. Satellite off as much as I'd like the older ones. Yeah. One. I remember now is like the new probably seen it at some point on YouTube was the first batmobile against the newest batmobile and everything and I it's consistently beat every Bama Bill has been out since. That's our last piece the cars that are stars. Oh, yeah. There you go. Talk about the family deal. I'll tell you what let's take a break. When we come back Detroit auto show wrapped up this week. And we'd be remiss if we didn't at least talk about it a little bit. Had some ups some downs. Lot.
"two barrel" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Attempted pass to make to Skinner and end in very well could have been an icing as it miss Skinner. But it ends up going on net towards Louis to make any has the glove it now it's going to be an offensive zone face for the sabres. Sara Lee after the dragons cycle. And seraglio does win it. Ryan mcdonagh after the and aligning fourth quarter little feet Taku traffic center, who Trump walks across the blue line left circle shot on net kicked up. I o Mark rebound drop back for turnout. Great point Eric turnout at the right point shoots blocked. The puck is gonna bounce though to stamkos right corner. Tried to set equal takes it away. Forty five seconds left in the period. Zips it out to center ice Reinhard has the puck for Eichel point fallen Cevers around right now Skinner sniffing effort, but a lot gets it away to turn out right wing. Stamkos games. The red line. Turned Ray plot tangle here in the second barrel down low behind the net. Keep it moving for stamkos right circle. Stamkos. His check stays with. It took a plot. Back for stamkos in the slot. Backhand, shots evil. All Mark remount. Stamkos left circle stamp a little pass blocked by teach Thompson. Here we go again late in the period Skinner out to center ice. And that was the lightning. We'll just golf in eight seconds left in the period deeming suites that for a lot of the left wing. He'll just clear it out to center ice, and that will do it. But goes for final dumping on demand at the horn, the lightning get the tying goal from Andrei.
President, Mexico And New York discussed on Michael Medved
"Much help from Mexico's national government. The Trump administration is asking the supreme court to fast track cases on the president's decision to restrict military service to so-called transgender. People retailers are offering much of their black Friday deals online, but shoppers still showed up at malls and stores around the country looking for discounts. Yes, we five hundred has dropped ten percent below its most recent all time high and September losing seventeen points Friday. The Dow fell one hundred seventy eight dropped thirty-three. Crude oil prices have fallen for the seventh straight week at fifty forty two barrel and New York on Friday. This is SR news. Outgrown game the latest podcast from