Pub Talk: April 12th Edition

Written by Dean Zarbaugh

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I’m currently enjoying a Rhinegeist Knowledge as I type this. Damn, I love this beer. If you like imperial IPA’s, this is a must have.

Things have been pretty busy at Taproom Studios lately. Last week, I traveled up to Port Clinton, Ohio to conduct some interviews with Lou, Matt and Mike at Catawba Island Brewing Company that will be airing in May. The guys were awesome. We talked about four excellent beers and I learned a lot from them.  The Catawba Island taproom is beautiful. You can see where the beer you’re drinking is made, and the atmosphere is warm and inviting. I can’t recommend getting up there and checking it out enough. Their beer menu is on point! They offer a wide range of styles, and each of them is as good or better than the last. I recommend the Seiche, personally. Thank you to Lou, Mike and Matt for allowing me to come to the taproom and to check things out. I’ll be hosting a meet and drink at the taproom during the month of June. I hope you’ll join me.

I have also heard back from a couple breweries interested in being featured on the show. I can’t wait to share which ones! Check back soon for updates. In the meantime, thank you to all the listeners who helped make the first two Railroad Brewing Company episodes (which you can listen to here & here respectively) two of the highest rated episodes of The Taproom Exclusive! I’m editing the last two RBC episodes that will be airing throughout April, and writing my script out for this week’s Tasting Glass news segment. I will be hosting a meet and drink at Railroad next week. I will have information on my Facebook page later this week. I hope to see you there.

In other news, you can subscribe to the show on iTunes, Google Play Music, Blubrry, Stitcher, and hopefully soon; Spotify. If I’m not currently on your podcast listening app of choice, please let me know and I’ll work on getting it on there.

That’s it for now. Be sure to tune in on Tuesday for the third installment of our Railroad Brewing Company feature!

 

 

 

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