Throwback- Beer Basics

This is a throwback.  It has come to my attention that there are subscribers that have not been exposed to the older podcasts.  While I am in the process of writing my book about Executive Protection for the Family, Wednesday shows will be dedicated to older shows.  If you have a favorite show, please email me or contact me to let me know.  It can be put in the running for a throwback beer basicsshow.

The length of this week has been astronomically long for reasons explained in the podcast today.  It it time to relax beside the pool and enjoy a carbonated piece of history.   That’s right, a cold brew.  Today we will be discussing beer.  But not only beer in the way that it is made or how it is made but the social and physiological side of a brew.  Think it is a boring topic?  Trust me, it has been a blast to make today’s show!

If you are really like beer and wonder which beer you should try next you should try out the new beer review that I have started called Beer Of The Week.

What are the basics of beer?

  • The wreck we had with our RSS feed
  • Our move on August 1 2015
  • Two main types of brew (and the third one)
  • How these brews are brewed
  • History on those brews
  • The official top 10 toasts from SGP

Picture and sources:

  • http://pixabay.com/p-349876/?no_redirect
  • http://www.beerexpert.co.uk/lager.html
  • http://irish.spike-jamie.com/drinking.html
  • http://heavy.com/social/2014/03/best-funny-drinking-toasts-memes/
  • http://www.myfavoriteshot.com/funny-toasts.html

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One response to “Throwback- Beer Basics

  1. It’s hard to find knowledgeable people on this topic, but you sound like you know what you’re talking about! Thanks

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