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Episode 191 – Goodlands Food Co. – Anna Dausman

Goodlands Food Co. is a Philly based hot sauce company that was a pandemic hobby that turned into something bigger. Anna had a community garden with a plot that she started growing ghost peppers. The amusing part is that the garden is in a cemetery so ghost peppers are quite befitting. Anna’s friends and family kept asking her when she would be selling her incredible hot sauces. As Anna points out, “Goodlands creates colorful seasonal inspired hot sauces for people who love flavor.” These are hot sauces that will make your food taste even better.

705 S 50th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19143 – 267-888-6580 – www.GoodlandsFood.co –⁠ Instagram

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Highlights From our Conversation:

⁠Woodlands Cemetery⁠

⁠The Big Dill⁠

⁠Dave’s Insanity Sauce⁠

⁠Baltimore Hot Sauce Festival⁠

⁠Bowers Chili Pepper Festival⁠

⁠Collingswood Farmers Market

Episode 169 – Philadelphia Bee Co. – Don Shump

This episode features ⁠Don Shump⁠ of ⁠Philadelphia Bee Company⁠.

Don began bee keeping in 2007. He had taken up bee keeping as a hobby and he fell in love with it. He started volunteering in a community garden. Then he bought a couple of hives which multiplied exponentially. The next obvious step was to start his own bee keeping business. His hives reside all over Philadelphia. This discussion is a fantastic education on bees and honey production. Wait until you hear about their honey “Doom Bloom”.

www.PhiladelphiaBee.com – ⁠(215) 288-0893⁠ – ⁠Facebook

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Highlights From our Discussion:

⁠World Honey Exchange⁠

⁠Barr Hill Gin⁠

⁠Academy of Natural Sciences⁠

⁠Penn State University⁠

⁠Richmond Library⁠

⁠Tattooed Mom⁠

⁠Philadelphia Distilling⁠

⁠New Trail Brewing Co.⁠

⁠A Bar Above⁠

⁠Christmas Village in Philadelphia⁠

⁠Philly Home and Garden Show⁠

⁠Philadelphia Flower Show⁠

⁠Philadelphia Honey Fest

Episode 115 – Kenwood Original – Matt Serra

This episode features Matt Serra of Kenwood Original.

Matt was working for Victory Brewing when the seed for a light beer option was planted.  Looking at the craft beer landscape he believed there was void for a light beer.  The idea for a Philly brand was born.  His experience in sales and marketing is helping to launch a light beer that is packed with flavor.  Kenwood Original is named for the street that Matt lived on for the first 15 years of his life.  From the first iteration of the brand they knew they had something special.

www.KenwoodBeer.com – Instagram

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Highlights from our discussion:

Pints in the Square

Victory Brewing Company

Wrong Crowed Beer

Drexel Hill, PA

Sara Blakely

Doylestown Brewing Company

Mainstay Brewing

Slyfox Beer

Paulie Gees

American Whiskey Convention 2021 – Part 1

Finally, the 16 month wait was over. The American Whiskey Convention 2021 was a major success. With over 250 whiskeys and bourbons to sample it was a hard decision on where to start. We got to meet and speak to some incredible people in the industry. Guests shared their observations on what their favorite picks were and who stood out as a surprise.

The theme this year was Whiskey on the Water and it was hosted by the Independence Seaport Museum. There were master distillers and experts on hand to share the latest stories and philosophies about all things whiskey. Discussion forums focused on the grain. The Convention was created by the Delaware Valley Fields Foundation in 2016. It pays homage to the farmers and those caretakers of the grains that we all love so much. Laura Fields worked tirelessly this year to make sure that the event was compliant with local covid rules. The event is an opportunity for novices and experienced whiskey aficionados alike to enjoy their own experience. The people that we spoke to came away with a fantastic experience. There is so much to see and do that you can’t possibly do it all in one evening.

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Highlights From our Discussion:

George Washington’s Mount Vernon Distillery

Stoll & Wolfe

Delaware Valley Fields Foundation

Dick Stoll

Lititz, PA

A.H.Hirsch

Pernod Ricard USA

Jefferson’s Bourbon

Smooth Ambler

MGP

Contradiction

Heaven Hill Distillery

Evan Williams Small Batch

Larceny Small Batch

Rittenhouse Rye

Old Fitzgerald

Old Limestone Mixing Water

Episode 58 – Gregg “Boog” Williams – Boogs Best, LLC

This episode features Gregg “Boog” Williams of Boogs Best LLC.Gregg has become known as “The Lamp Guy”.  His new endeavor started after finishing off a bottle at the Twisted Tale in Philadelphia, PA.  A few weeks later he made his first lamp out of an empty bourbon bottle.  This quickly spread into another bottle and even pendant lighting.  Today Boogs Best Llc is producing really amazing keepsakes and conversation pieces.  He takes used barrels and makes cabinets out of them.  Breaking down the barrels he is creating wall hooks and display shelves.  He even is making cigar holders.  Gregg’s passion of bourbon and whiskey is touching lives and building long-lasting relationships.   Listen as he shares some of the experiences that he has enjoyed on his fermented adventure.  

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Highlights from our discussion:

The Twisted Tale

Art In The Age

Greg MetzeOld Elk

Freddie Johnson

Tahoe Blue Vodka

Pops McCann Whiskey

Jim Beam

Denny Potter

Maker’s Mark

Bardstown, KY

National Bourbon Day

Urban Bourbon Trail

Buffalo Trace

Blanton’s Bourbon

Wheaton Arts

Boog Powell

Philadelphia Whiskey Society

Roger Wilco

Episode 56 – Original 13 Ciderworks – John Kowchak and Petra Manchina

This episode features John Kowchak and Petra Manchina of Original 13 Ciderworks. John’s Grandfather Charles Steckel worked in apple orchards and learned how to make hard cider.  John’s journey began as a home brewer of beer.  On a fateful day he had a conversation with his grandfather who shared with him that he made hard cider in his basement.  John pays tribute to has grandfather with the Sir Charles line.  John saw opening a cidery in Philadelphia as a continuation of his families entrepreneurial roots.  In 2013 Original 13 was born and at the time there were no cideries in Philadelphia.  In 2017 they opened the doors.  In this episode John and Petra share their take and vision on the cider and mead that they are creating.  The cocktail program, tasting room and restaurant.  They are producing some incredible and complex cider.  Full of flavor, character and some wonderful surprises.1526 N American St, Philadelphia, PA 19122 –

(215) 765-7000 – www.original-13.comFacebook

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Highlights from our discussion:

Samson & Surrey

5:dirty Martinis

Magners Irish Cider

Atacama Dessert

Blueberry Capital of the World

PA Cider Guild

Punch Buggy Brewing Company

Capitol Cider

Clint Holmes

Hale & True Cider Co.

Basque Cider

Strongbow Apple Cider

Peter Mitchell

Cider & Perry Academy

Arsenal Cider House

Applejack

Episode 55 – Punch Buggy Brewing Company – Patrick Coyne, John Riley and James Baker

This episode features Patrick Coyne, John Riley and James Baker of Punch Buggy Brewing Company.This brewery finds its origins as many breweries do.  The foundation of home brewing, making beer and sharing it with friends.  The idea was born out of a slightly different path.  Attending beer festivals and becoming interested and excited by beer.  Well, once you attend a beer festival you must try home brewing.  Of course the first beers are hit and miss.  But, eventually you begin to dial in the recipes and procedures.  Punch Buggy is thriving because of the “not going to quit” attitude of its founders.  They just about ran out of beer on their opening weekend.  They realized they needed larger and more productive equipment.  They collaborated and learned from other local breweries in the region.  They have experienced growing pains.  Now, every beer that they make is better than the last.  Their beers have character, flavor and complex notes.  All of the people behind Punch Buggy are determined, humble and hungry to offer the best beer possible.1445 N American St, Philadelphia, PA 19122 -www.punchbuggybrewing.comFacebook

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Highlights from our discussion:

Double Eagle Malt

Schmidt’s Beer

Levante Brewing Company

Stable 12 Brewing Co.

2nd Story Brewing Co.

Free Will Brewing Co.

Philly Home Brew Outlet

Tree House Brewing Company

Archbishop Ryan High School

Cannstatter Volksfest Verein

Nodding Head Brewery

Episode 27 – Canyon Shayer – Philadelphia Distilling

This episode features Canyon Shayer of Philadelphia Distilling. Canyon shares the history of Philadelphia Distilling and we discuss the amazing rise to success of Bluecoat Gin. They are leading the craft spirit revolution. Canyon is one of the original bartenders at Philadelphia Distilling’s current location. He has an amazing knowledge and passion for cocktails and spirits. He is now brand ambassador for Samson & Surrey.
25 E Allen St, Philadelphia, PA 19123 215-671-0346  www.philadelphiadistilling.com –  On Facebook

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Highlights from our discussion:

Andrew Auwerda

Robert Cassell

Aaron Selya

Fishtown

Forsyth Stills

Pete Venuto

Charlie Was a Sinner

Groundswell Design Group

Smokin Tacos Food Truck

Few Spirits

Brenne

Widow Jane

Mezcal Vago 

Tequila Ocho

Cheers!!!

Philly Craft Beer Festival

Philly Craft Beer Festival

Take a moment to check out the highlights from this years past Philly Crafty Beer Festival.

Episode #24 – Hale & True Cider Co. – Risa and Kerry McKenzie

Risa and Kerry McKenzie

This episode features Risa McKenzie and Kerry McKenzie of Hale & True Cider Company.  The Cider company got it’s start from a love of all things fermented.  Risa and Kerry fell in love with the science behind fermentation and the process.  Once they tried a local hard cider it changed the trajectory of their lives and they have not looked back.  

613 S 7th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19147 – 267-639-4334  – www.haleandtrue.com –  On Facebook

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Highlights from our discussion:

Frecon Farms

Cornel University

Weavers Orchard

Philly Foodworks

Enartis Yeast

Cidercon

Kurant Brew & Brew

Bella Vista

South Street

Okey Dokie Donuts

Cheers!!!

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