Personal trainer Brittany Ellingsen stops by this week to give the boys a lesson in fitness with her 70 lb. Darth Vader Kettle Bell.
Guest Beer: Brother Cascadia Brewing – Vancouver, WA You Like ‘A Da Juice, New England Style IPA, 6.5% ABV
“Cloudy, lush, and extremely refreshing, it starts off with a massive punch of juicy, citrusy hops. Bold aromas of orange, tangerine, and tropical stone fruits envelope the senses, leading into a soft palate that is fruity and balanced. Very low bitterness keeps this beer extremely sessionable, allowing all of its other bold characteristics to stand out.”
Angie’s Mystery Beer: Hopworks Urban Brewery (HUB) – Portland, OR Ace of Spades, Imperial IPA, 8.6% ABV
“NW hops added at every stage of the brewing process: mash tun, first wort, kettle, hop back and dry-hop. Big citrus and resinous hop aromas and flavors. Clean, crisp bitter finish.”
Today we welcome long time brewer, professional wrestling promoter and stay at home dad Sam Simms to the show. Sam was nice enough to bring 4 beers that he personally brewed for us to try, so today’s program will exclusively feature guest beers.
Guest Beer #1:
Adapted from Michael’s Brown Porter, brewed in 2006, no carbonation, 10-15% ABV and aged in Jameson honey whiskey barrels
Guest Beer #2:
Sparkling Raspberry Ale, made with 50 lbs of raspberries, 3.2% ABV, a refreshing all day summer sipper
Guest Beer #3:
A beer that’s not a beer – brewed to harvest yeast for a future beer, referred to as the “bottom of the barrel”, would be perfect in a can merely labeled “BEER”
Bookkeeper Bradford Batten stops by the podcast this week to discuss his passions, which includes a rugby history lesson and advice on overcoming the fear of public speaking
Guest Beer: Corona Extra – Mexico, 4.6% ABV
“With a refreshing, smooth taste balanced between heavier European imports and lighter domestic beer, Corona is an even-keeled cerveza with fruity-honey aromas and a touch of malt. The flavor is crisp, clean and well balanced between hops and malt, a superior taste profile from superior ingredients.”
Angie’s Mystery Beer: Sick-N-Twisted Brewing Co. – Hill City, SD Naughty Redhead Imperial Red Ale, 8% ABV, 43 IBU
“Righteous hops and cherry aromas tell you this is not your ordinary red ale. A sexy complexion with sweet buttery malts and spicy hops make this exotic brew the perfect union of awesomeness in your mouth.”
Bonus Beer: Lewis and Clark Brewing Co. – Helena, MT Tumbleweed IPA, 7.7% ABV, 68 IBU
“A TWO-TIME GOLD MEDAL WINNER at the Great American Beer Festival (2001,2014). This is Montana’s Most Award Winning IPA! It’s amber color and incredible hoppy aroma (plenty of Cascade & Centennial hops) along with a strong malt backbone using Montana gown and malted barley work together to create an incredibly well balanced IPA.”
Today on the podcast we welcome Aaron Garcia, owner of Life Safety Solutions and fire stopper extraordinaire.
Don’t know what fire stopping is? Neither did we.
Listen to Aaron’s amazing journey to become a specialty contractor as he works hard to expand his business and overcome obstacles to build this new trade.
Guest Beer: pFriem Family Brewers, Hood River, OR IPA– 6.8% ABV, 65 IBU
MALT: Rahr Pale Malt, Simpsons Caramalt, Simpsons Crystal Light, Simpsons Crystal Dark
HOPS: Chinook, Mosaic, Citra
YEAST: American Ale
Welcome to episode #3 of the soon to be biggest podcast in the Pacific Northwest.
In today’s episode we welcome Lucas Cole, who disproves Ben’s belief that Insurance is one of the most boring professions.
And we welcome back Jason Knopp, aka Uncle K, our guest from our last episode. We can’t seem to get rid of him.
Accounting is still boring.
Stung Fermented Sparkling Mead
Made from the Bee Local Honey from Portland, OR
Angie’s Mystery Beer: Walking Man Brewing – Stevenson, WA
Homo Erectus Double IPA – 9.0% ABV, 90 IBU
“Brewed in celebration of being erect for 2 million years! This NW style Double IPA doesn’t mess around. Big piney, hop notes with a big malt body to back it up.”
Welcome to the soon to be biggest podcast in the Pacific Northwest behind The Sasquatch Hunters.
Today we’re talking business and talking beer with Technology Consultant Jason Knopp.
Guest Beer: Bitburger Pilsner – Germany
“The name originates from the Bohemian town of Pilsen in the Czech Republic, where it was first produced in 1842, and we’ve been brewing this style of beer to perfection here in Bitburg since 1883.”
Ben thinks it tastes like Wisconsin Summerfest, all he needs is brat to go with it.
Angie’s Mystery Beer: Caldera Brewing – Ashland, OR
Toasted Coconut Chocolate Porter – from the Caldera Kettle Series,
ABV: 8.0%; IBU: 23
“Hand toasted coconut and natural chocolate. Malts: Premium Two Row, Crystal, Munich, Brown, Pale Chocolate, Hemp Seeds; Hops: Willamette.