On this episode we head down to Georgia, figuratively, and I chat with Nate Grabowski, the Tennessee Market Manager from Monday Night Brewing Co. in Atlanta

Nate and I go back about three years so we wax on our old gigs, where we are now, how it's going, and where we think we're heading. Oh, and we got to hang out in person in the studio sharing a few beers while staying socially distant of course!

Remember to keep supporting your local bars, restaurants, breweries and distilleries in these CRAZY COVID TIMES.

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On this episode of ‘Beyond the Pale Ale’ I’m joined by the dynamic duo of Joaquin and Josh Peña from Islla Street Brewing Co. in San Antonio, Texas.

In this Jumbo-Deluxe episode, we dive into the the diversity of the Texas beer scene, how a culinary director and oil field chemist created a brewery that bridges cultures together, and how Covid-19 has changed the landscape of business as we know it.

Remember to keep supporting your local bars, restaurants, breweries and distilleries in these CRAZY COVID TIMES.

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On this episode of "Beyond the Pale Ale" I'm joined by one of my best friends in the beer business, Adam Crumley, the New Belgium Tennessee Voodoo Ranger himself!

This is also the first LIVE interview I conduct, but don't worry we were doing respectful of social distancing rules and regulations.

Adam chats about the state of affairs on New Belgium while we enjoy some new products from their Voodoo Ranger line and pop a cork on a special beer while looking forward to the future of business.

 

 

Remember to keep supporting your local bars, restaurants, breweries and distilleries in these tough and emotional times.

 

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New Belgium Brewing

 

On this week's episode of 'Beyond the Pale Ale' I'm fortunate enough to be joined by Co-Founder and Head Brewer, Marcus Baskerville, from Weathered Souls Brewing Co. in San Antonio, TX.

We chat about their business model during the Covid-19 Pandemic, his journey from Sacramento to San Antonio, diversity in the beer industry, and of course about their 'Black is Beautiful' beer project.

With over 200 breweries across 35 states already involved in 'Black is Beautiful,' be on the lookout for this beer very soon, and make sure you listen, learn, collaborate, and work with local businesses to help spread the word on social injustice and how to fix systematic racism across the world.

Remember to keep supporting your local bars, restaurants, breweries and distilleries in these tough and emotional times.

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Black is Beautiful Project

Weathered Souls Brewing Co.

Know Your Rights Camp

The return of a very special guest, the return of one of our favorite games, a brand new segment, two new sketches, and an in-depth look at Joey Pants' pants. This episode of the Simplistic Reviews podcast couldn't be any more filled to the brim with crazy if were a Gary Busey biography. We are graced with the presence of Jeanette Ward from The Mundane Adventures Of A Fangirl. We also test her film recognition with a little game of Simplistic Titles. Julie gets her own new segment aptly named Julie's Diary. And to top it all off, Jay Cluitt from Life Vs Film makes a cameo in order to channel the spirit of Christopher Nolan right in time for Tenet. Sounds weird? It is! Cool right? All that and more on a special episode of the Simplistic Reviews podcast

 

 
 
 
 

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