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The BOB Happy Hour #22 with Life Force Chiropractic


​What you’ll learn:

  • Just take things day by day, and even moment by moment if you have to.
  • Small community medical practices like Life Force, help as a front line care to minimize unnecessary ER visits.
  • We are all humans, lets’ act like it; Address people where they are in order to best serve their needs.
  • Air hugging and air high fives a great ways to share intimacy n a world of social distance.
  • Health is not a single faceted thing, and having someone in your corner can not only help your physical health but your mental health as well
  • Mainstream or not, getting out into the community to educate people on your mission vision and values can transcend the hurdles of acceptance in the industry and community.

Types of Craft Beer we’re drinking:

Fortside Brewing – Vancouver, WA
T-Shirt Time, Pilsner, 6.3% ABV
“Gym, tan, launder and crush #crispibois. That’s what we do around here. So, when we hosted the radtastic crew from Aslan for a brew, we decided to craft something that truly honors this truthful reality. An Italian Pilsner that’s obnoxiously hopped with muscular American hop varieties, T-shirt Time is a double dry-hopped crusher that combines the loud and brash side of American IPAs with the smoothness of pilsner lager. Yeeeaaah… buddy!”

Reuben’s Brews – Seattle, WA
Bits & Bobs IPA, 7% ABV, 50 IBU
“Every year we create a new IPA using unique hops, malts or processes we recently discovered. This is our chance to innovate with the “Bits & Bobs” that we are so excited about! It is an expression of the new and innovative IPA profiles we love.”

Mt Tabor Brewing – Vancouver, WA
Helles in a Handbasket, 5.1% ABV, 25 IBU
“Crisp, clean and malty with a balanced hop presence. German awesomeness in a glass.”

New Glarus Brewing – New Glarus, WI
Spotted Cow, Farmhouse Ale, 4.8% ABV, 18 IBU
“Cask conditioned ale has been the popular choice among brews since long before prohibition. We continue this pioneer spirit with our Wisconsin farmhouse ale. Brewed with flaked barley and the finest Wisconsin malts. We even give a nod to our farmers.”

Chuckanut Brewery – Bellingham, WA
Citra Leaf Pilsner, 5% ABV, 38 IBU
“Citra Leaf Pilsner is a new spin on our classic Pilsner recipe. We took our tried and true Pilsner recipe and repalaced some of the classic European noble hops with a good amount of Yakima Chief’s new American Noble Citra hops. The American noble hops are only the leafy part of the plant not the lupulin glands. The combination of classic old world noble hops and new world American hop leaf melds together to create notes of grapfruit, guava and a spicy bitterness.”

Dru Bru – Snoqualmie Pass, WA
Kolsch, 5% ABV, 24 IBU
“An award-winning German-style golden ale. German grown pilsner and wheat malts give it a nice bready aroma, subtle honey flavor, and provide for a delicate but complex finish. It’s crisp and refreshing, not hoppy.”

Episode Links:

Life Fore Chiropractic
Ben’s Bottle Shop
Final Draft Taphouse
Jennifer Hoff on The BOB Happy Hour