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Episode 55 – Drake Brothers Meadery



This week we got out of the shed and downtown to visit with Oron Benary at Drake Brother’s Meadery.  We got to sample some really good mead, talk about the pitfalls of running a meadery, and Craig almost had his car towed.

Runtime: 37:55

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Episode 53 – Kindred Brewing



Eddie Miller is the taproom manager at Kindred Brewing, and our neighbor in Gahanna.  He came over to the shed to talk about why Kindred is different than the rest of the Columbus Craft scene, and where they are heading next.

Runtime: 48:07

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Episode 39 – The Fraternal Order of Moai / Grass Skirt Tiki Room



Road trip! Robert and I head down to the Grass Skirt Tiki Room to meet up with “Ahu” with the Fraternal Order of Moai to talk about Columbus’s strange obsession with Tiki culture, Discuss cultural appropriation, and get some tips on how to make a killer Mai Tai.

Runtime: 47:42

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Episode 10 – Wyandotte Winery



This week we take the show on the road and visit Central Ohio’s oldest winery, Wyandotte Winery in Gahanna. We spoke with Valerie and Robin Coolidge on how they got started with wine making, why they expanded to Rockside winery outside of Lancaster, and what it’s like to work with family.  Wine was poured, good times was had. Merry Christmas everyone.

Runtime: 45:43

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Episode 3 – Drink Up Columbus



harrison-press-imageThis week the we talk with Cheryl Harrison. Cheryl is the founder of Speechbubble, a local boutique PR marketing firm, the owner and editor of Drink Up Columbus, Founder of Beers and Board Games Club, Co-founder of the Columbus Ale Trail, and sits on committee for numerous philanthropic and social endeavors.

We discuss the Columbus drinking scene and where it’s going, how she got to where she is today, generational differences in the workplace, her projects and passions, and what’s next.

We also take a moment to reflect on the passing of Bill Conner, CEO and president of CAPA.

Runtime: 48:25

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