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The Utah Beer News podcast is an extension of utahbeernews.com. It strives to deliver stories from brewers, breweries, and everyday imbibers who share a passion for craft beer. Founded in 2018, Utah Beer News is written by and for craft beer lovers. It's handcrafted craft beer content to sip and savor.
 
Welcome to the official podcast of Craftology! A network of craft beer and geek news tied together, loosely... This podcast is intended to top off your mug with great craft beer and geek news stories. Cheers! Support the show by using our Amazon Affiliate link - http://amzn.to/2bVtvA3 Hashtag for us to answer your questions and speculate: Donnie - @BrewmastersClub Nick - @MrLouseMan Ryan - @BrewedBoy813 Dane - @DTMirt Christian - @TheTravelingPint Contact the Show - #BrewmastersClubCast
 
Welcome to Strange Country, a podcast devoted to bizarre, surreal and extraordinary stories that make America the weird place it is. Co-hosts Kelly and Beth are former newspaper reporters turned school librarians who have always had a soft spot for a good story--the stranger the better. Discover the first woman to survive a barrel ride over Niagara Falls and the man who invented “complex marriage” in one of the most successful utopian experiments. Things get weird pretty quickly around here.
 
Welcome to the Brew News Podcast, all the news that's fit to be brewed! This is a chance to go a little bit deeper behind the brewery’s of your favorite beers and learn about new brewery’s from around the world. We will be exploring the history and beers of craft brewers, and hope to showcase the amazing talent and variety found within the craft beer community both in the US and abroad. We are a listener supported podcast and you can support us here https://anchor.fm/brewnewspod/support. Sup ...
 
One Plus One is ABC News 24's highly acclaimed interview program. Presented by one of the ABC's most experienced journalists Jane Hutcheon, the half-hour weekly program features up to three face-to-face interviews from Australia and around the world. Each week, Jane and a team of contributors bring you the best thinkers, personalities, writers, movers and shakers in provocative and often surprising conversations.
 
All the stuff guys talk about sitting on a stool at your favorite bar. On this podcast your hosts, @FinnyDuganBBP and @JohnManningBnB, discuss anything from movies, to sports, to politics, to life. No topic is off limits. We sit on our barstools with a beer and a burger (definitely with bacon on it) talking about life, just as you do at your favorite dive bar with your buddies. Twitter: @Bacon_Beer_Pod Instagram: Bacon_Beer_Pod Twitter: @FinnyDuganBBP Instagram: FinnyDuganBBP Twitter: @JohnM ...
 
The Nano segment of craft brewing is growing fast with the majority of new breweries opening up falling into this small-scale, hyper-local segment working on brewing systems five barrels or under. Each month on this podcast learn the business, marketing, and brewing strategies targeted for this smaller-scale sized brewery needs. From strategies to maximizing taproom sales to forecasting brewery budgets to brewing great beer in small spaces, you'll learn from craft beer experts and fellow Nan ...
 
Movies, Music, and Beer is an entertainment podcast hosted by Jay Croft and Ryan Looney. Each episode covers one or more recently released or retrospective films, as well as music selections and our beer(s) of choice. Episodes will also include segments covering news about movies coming to theaters and/or home video, as well as recommended or regretful films/shows.
 
Sports talk radio, plus independent music and hot topics in America and around the world! #SportsHipHopNews It is our mission to: - Entertain and provoke thought on a variety of subjects - Bring light to enjoying the the best things in life without being pretentious or "bougie" - Keepin' it Real! - Play good music, showcasing new independent talent as well as established radio friendly and underground hits - Listen to YOU, the listener--taking questions, presenting topics you want to hear ab ...
 
Your fortnightly update on all the latest news, views, thoughts and reviews from the world of Brewdog and craft beer. Hosted by Robert Cooper and Bruce Cameron with many special guests. Disclaimer: We're not employees, but we are shareholders in this amazing company. Brewdog? The Brewdog story started in 2007 when James Watt & Martin Dickie got fed up of industrially brewed lagers and stuffy ales, so they started their mission to make other people as passionate about craft beer as they are. ...
 
Welcome to the Stars & Startups Podcast with me, Varun Vummidi. We discuss entrepreneurship, technology, product, business & Startups. Indian startup founders, investors and the best operators in the business world. Occasionally we will crack open a beer, chat about travels, books & make poor jokes. You can also subscribe to the newsletter via https://stars.substack.com/ Sign up now so you don’t miss the any episodes.
 
What happens when you put comedians in front of microphones around a pool table? While we do end up playing with the balls and cue sticks, we search the deepest parts of every place (mainly the Internet, and ourselves) for funny news stories, pop culture, relationship problems (who doesn't have those), the strangest/weirdest questions people ask on the Internet. Mix middle school humor with current events and you pretty much have us. Just don't tell our wives what we talk about down here.
 
The most informative and longest-running soccer podcast in Central Texas, hosted by members of Austin Anthem, the supporters group for Austin FC. Each episode, your hosts discuss the latest Austin FC, MLS, NWSL, and World Soccer news – as well as upcoming events and happenings in the Austin soccer supporter community.
 
Imagine going on a 10 game win streak at your next pre drink, or being a one flip flip-cupper. Subscribing to this podcast will give you this respect and glory at a house party or at Canada's Beer Pong Championship. Which University is best at beer pong? What college or university should you go to? ? How do you get a job after school? Weird ass news and coverage of the Canadian Beer Pong Championships. If none of this interests you, that's cool, or if you do like ONE of these things then thi ...
 
Marketplace® is the leading business news program in the nation. We bring you clear explorations of how economic news affects you, through stories, conversations, newsworthy numbers and more. The Marketplace All-in-One podcast provides each episode of the public radio broadcast programs Marketplace, Marketplace Morning Report®and Marketplace Tech® along with our podcasts Make Me Smart, Corner Office and The Uncertain Hour. Visit marketplace.org for more. From American Public Media. Twitter: ...
 
Do you like puns? Do you particularity enjoy punny headlines in newspapers? Would you like to hear masses of them recited in quick succession? If so, you’ll probably enjoy Punwatch. Punwatch is a game show in which 3 or 4 funny people try to guess the correct pun-ish headline attached to various news stories from the week. Some of the puns are brilliant, some of them awful, and some are such tenuous stretches they’d make Lilia Stepanova wince (look her up). Either way, there’s lots of ‘em. E ...
 
Die André McFly Show - Der (un)seriöse News-Talk Podcast! André und Alex präsentieren euch die kuriosesten Nachrichten aus aller Welt! Immer mit dabei: ein Sinn für schlechten Humor, Moderatoren, die über ihre eigenen Witze lachen, mit Glück mindestens ein Mondpinguin, ein genervter Bordcomputer, der Mond, bescheidene Running Gags und ein Haufen Blödsinn, den sich niemand mit gesundem Menschenverstand ausdenken könnte… Live vom Mond: Die André McFly Show!
 
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No guests. An all news edition with stuff on new hard seltzers. Why did some clown not tip a beertender? The community rallied behind her. More of @indeedbrewing in Wisconsin.New beers from @capemaybrewco and @rossbrewing @alostabrewingco beers coming to the Keystone State. I got an education on mead and so much more. Suds and Duds too with the bee…
 
We drink and review Hazy Little Thing (IPA, 6.7%) & Big Little Thing (DIPA, 9%) brewed by Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. (Chico, CA). We also drink and review Mind Haze (IPA, 6.2%) & Double Mind Haze (DIPA, 8.3%) brewed by Firestone Walker Brewing Co. (Paso Robles, CA). We raise a pint to he end of Worst Beer Blog. We laugh at the upcoming beer brewing …
 
We’re back with another visit with Joey Cardaccio, the beer and service manager at Slackwater Pub & Pizzeria in Sandy. Each month we visit with Joey for our Virtual Taproom and 3 Beers with Joey segment that you can watch now on the Utah Beer News YouTube Channel. This month Joey highlights three beers that are worth checking out — two are from nei…
 
We’re going to get the latest year-over-year inflation data early tomorrow morning. It will, in all likelihood, be followed by some misleading headlines — remember what was happening a year ago? Today, we’ll tell you what to keep an eye on. Plus: Kai and Molly talk about Alibaba, fire season, Mars and rhinos to round out this catch-up, grab-bag epi…
 
It’s been a tough year for small businesses, as many were forced to alter business models and implement extreme safety precautions for employees and customers alike. While most businesses reported declines in revenue and employment, Asian-owned businesses in the U.S. were among the hardest hit. Now, with violence against Asian Americans on the rise…
 
The biggest threat to digital agencies may be their clients… Why a privacy-focused browser is now waiting for Google’s permission… Buffer adds Facebook engagement… And an update to Core Web Vitals is good news for some web sites. Get the entire show content, with links and images, as a DAILY email newsletter! Subscribe at TodayInDigital.com/newslet…
 
The IRS says $1.3 billion in tax refunds is unclaimed — from 2017. Plus, President Biden is set to meet with more than a dozen chief executives from automakers and technology companies over the global chip shortage. And, Toms Shoes is changing its business model, moving away from donating footwear and instead focusing on giving away profits.…
 
From the BBC World Service: Restaurants can also serve diners outdoors, and nonessential stores can reopen, as England starts to relax COVID restrictions. Plus, Alibaba shares jump in spite of a record fine from China’s anti-monopoly regulator. And, protesters occupy theaters across France calling for more government support for artists during the …
 
As you’ve probably heard by now, the effort to unionize an Amazon warehouse in Bessemer, Alabama, was unsuccessful, though the union said it will challenge the vote. It would have affected just a fraction of Amazon’s workforce, but it captured the attention of the country at a time when e-commerce has become a lifeline and the welfare of essential …
 
On this episode, John Manning and Finny Dugan discuss all that has gone on in our great nation since January 20th. Is there any good in sight? Or is it just some clown pretending to be President making up endless rules with Executive Orders? Come take a listen as we realize how much life sucks with this new "President" as we're still being told to …
 
I don't know when we went off the rails, or if we were ever on the rails. Who needs rails? Stick around at the end of the show for an interview with Burlington indie rock frontman Harrison Hsiang of The Couchsleepers. On the show: Prince Philip - not a nazi, but nazi adjacent Looser quarantine rules Matt's MLB rant Gov. Scott's infrastructure plan …
 
Guest host Scott Tong brought a truly wild story to this grab-bag Friday episode. Coca-Cola is accusing a former employee of stealing trade secrets — not the formula for what goes in the can, but the can itself. We’ll talk about it, some other weird trade secrets and, oh yeah, a 3,000-year-old lost city in Egypt. Plus, another round of our favorite…
 
Amazon employees at a warehouse in Bessemer, Alabama, voted against forming a union today. For months, the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union has been trying to organize the approximately 5,800 Bessemer workers. It looked like the union could win, but the “no” vote was no surprise to a couple of experts we talked to, who said U.S. labor l…
 
Early numbers suggest the IDFA apocalypse may not be as bad as we thought… gender-equality progress is being made in CMO roles… and what Facebook is blaming for the system-wide crash yesterday afternoon. “Tubberware” clip from “Full Blown Artistic - Sal & Chris Present: Hey Babe! - EP 10” Get the entire show content, with links and images, as a DAI…
 
This week Mark, Robert, Matt and Conor tackle La Copita, a new Austin FC partnership that may have gone to the dogs and Mark’s love of many other MLS teams not named Austin FC. Music by Dossey. Austin FC Updates New Partnerships Austin Pets Alive and AFC Partnership - Honorary Mascot Auto Partnership with Lexus Schedule Released - What are your top…
 
President Biden said last week that plans for infrastructure spending include a group of 10 of the most economically significant bridges in need of reconstruction. But which 10 are they? Plus, an update on the vote count for unionization efforts at the Amazon warehouse in Alabama. Also, explaining Britain’s international travel restrictions. And, a…
 
The president says Congress should repeal gun manufacturers’ immunity from liability. Plus, money from the latest round of COVID relief to address affordable housing and homelessness. And, what a court ruling involving Prince, Andy Warhol and copyright law might mean for the art world.저자 Marketplace / David Brancaccio
 
From the BBC World Service: As India scales back COVID-19 vaccine exports to focus on supplying its own people, Africa looks to the U.S. for additional doses. Plus, international travel to and from the U.K. could restart in May, but what restrictions will remain? And, we take you to Chablis, France, where winemakers are trying to keep their vines v…
 
Last weekend, a user in a hacking forum published the personal data of about 500 million Facebook users: their email addresses, phone numbers, birthdays and more. In a blog post Tuesday, Facebook said the recent data leak wasn’t a hack, but was from “malicious actors” scraping and saving publicly available information in 2019. Meghan McCarty Carino…
 
You can stop cleaning your groceries now. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention affirmed this week what scientists have known for months: COVID-19 is spread primarily through the air, and everyone can tone it down with the wipes and disinfecting sprays. But what could individuals and businesses have been doing while the CDC waited to let u…
 
The Biden administration says its $2 trillion American Jobs Plan will provide jobs and move the country into a greener, better-connected economy. But there’s more to spending on infrastructure, and economists are starting to dig into how the plan could affect U.S. economic growth. On today’s show: the pros and cons of spending on infrastructure. Al…
 
Kiara Aceves felt a little lost after graduating high school. She didn’t know what her next steps would be until she was presented with a “life-changing opportunity” to join a multilevel marketing company. The U.S. had more than 16 million MLM sellers in 2019, and most of them will likely end up breaking even or losing money. But Kiara quickly beca…
 
If you sell any products on your website, today’s Google update was a big one… Twitter makes things simpler for media buyers… Snapchat dives even deeper into augmented reality e-commerce… and now we know: Facebook has no sense of humour. Get the entire show content, with links and images, as a DAILY email newsletter! Subscribe at TodayInDigital.com…
 
As it turns out, there’s a Dollar General within 5 miles of 75% of Americans, the company says. The U.S. government is considering using Dollar General stores for COVID shots to boost vaccine access for vulnerable populations. Plus, weekly first-time unemployment claims climb yet again, but there’s some good news buried in the report. And, we have …
 
The G-20 finance ministers from the world’s largest economies are exploring a minimum corporate tax rate that would apply nearly across the globe. Plus, the Biden administration is rolling back Trump-era rules to require some low-income people to work in order to qualify for Medicaid. And, a new low-fare airline launches amid the pandemic. We speak…
 
From the BBC World Service: The Serum Institute of India has asked India’s government for $400 million to help it increase COVID vaccine manufacturing amid soaring demand. And, as Brazil deals with overcrowded hospitals and a health system in crisis, President Jair Bolsonaro turns his focus to ramping up vaccine efforts.…
 
A couple of drivers for the delivery app DoorDash may have found a way to trick the algorithm that serves them jobs into offering better pay. Bloomberg profiled their effort, which is called #DeclineNow. They encourage other drivers to decline all the lowest-paid jobs to get the app to offer more money. But to make it work, they need a lot of drive…
 
This week the team chats all things beer packaging and whether a tax break would be a good or a bad thing for the industry. Please subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts or your favourite podcasting app. It costs nothing and helps other beer lovers discover the podcast! Endeavour to hold EGM as shareholders await accounts Black Hops inve…
 
Even before COVID-19, there was a housing crisis in much of this country. Now, cities like San Francisco have millions of square feet of empty office space and a persistent housing shortage. One of our listeners wants to know: Why can’t one problem be the other’s solution? We’ll talk about it. Plus, the economic cost of racism against Asian America…
 
The COVID-19 hospitalization rate among Latinx Americans is three times the rate for whites. And when it comes to vaccinations, disparity persists: 21.3% of the U.S. white population has been vaccinated while only 11.3% of the Latinx population has. Many Latinx Americans perform essential jobs — in agriculture and food processing, for instance, whe…
 
Amazon’s ad business is much bigger than you ever thought… Why Google will keep reviews up even if an employee writes it… Reddit launches a resource site for digital marketers… Facebook’s clone of Clubhouse is now in the wild… and the top gifts B2B companies sent their clients. Get the entire show content, with links and images, as a DAILY email ne…
 
Support the show by using our Amazon Affiliate link - http://amzn.to/2bVtvA3 or PayPal.Me/BrewmastersClub/3 Introductions and Description of the episodeWelcome to the official Podcast of the... Welcome to the Craftology Radio Network! A network of craft beer and geek news tied together, loosely... This podcast is intended to top off your mug with g…
 
That’s one of the key takeaways in Amnesty International’s latest annual report on “The State of the World’s Human Rights.” Also, Amazon’s support for higher corporate taxes. Plus, Jamie Dimon, CEO and chairman of JPMorgan Chase, sees a strong U.S. economy on the horizon for a few years to come. And, in Quebec, springtime usually means a traditiona…
 
A survey by Gallup released today finds that the pandemic, for many, has eroded the quality of jobs you get if you have a job. And, the worsening-jobs effect is most pronounced for low-income workers. Plus, data on a universal basic income experiment suggests that the free money does not discourage work.…
 
From the BBC World Service: Rare-earth mining could give the world’s largest island an economic windfall, but some worry it will damage Greenland’s pristine environment. Also, Britain’s new regulator for tech titans like Amazon, Facebook and Google. Plus, luxury watchmakers look to drum up more online sales.…
 
For those of us lucky enough to work remotely this past year, talking with colleagues has felt sort of like being in a chatroom with workplace messaging platforms full of GIFs and emoji. But bringing the culture of the internet to work can also be toxic. A recent study from Project Include found that some tech workers experienced more harassment on…
 
Don’t call it a border crisis. What’s happening at the U.S.-Mexico border — a greater number of migrants, especially unaccompanied minors, with an administration unprepared to process and shelter them all — was actually pretty predictable, said “Reveal” immigration reporter Aura Bogado. On today’s show, Kimberly Adams and Andy Uhler talk with Bogad…
 
A new coalition of small business advocacy groups wants lawmakers to rein in the behemoth that is Amazon. The group, Small Business Rising, argues that Amazon’s size and market power — which has only grown during the pandemic — effectively block small businesses from competing. One of the ways it does that, the group argues, is by selling its own p…
 
Microsoft wants your Google ads — and just made it easier to switch… How has COVID changed your customer personas?... TikTok’s new agency deal is a kind of influencer buddy program for brands… Pinterest makes its first expansion into Latin America… and why are so many businesses moving to a small town in Kansas? How’s this episode’s audio quality? …
 
There was the strong jobs report Friday, there’s news about job openings today. Where are we in terms of people returning to work as recovery continues? And, another story about the beloved places and features of the American landscape that have vanished amid e-commerce, big-box chains and now the pandemic.…
 
The auto industry is asking for government help to boost domestic production of semiconductors amid a pandemic-era, global shortage of chips. Plus, which industries are still struggling to hire back workers. And, a documentary follows the Youngstown, Ohio, residents working to revitalize the city after deindustrialization.…
 
From the BBC World Service: The Swiss banking giant has also cut bonuses as it tackles the fallout of its business relationships with the Archegos hedge fund and Greensill Capital. Also, the race to find a new generation of “greener” steel and how much it could cost.저자 Marketplace / David Brancaccio
 
For years, courts have been trying to hash out whether Google stole code from Oracle. Way back when Google was creating its Android mobile operating system, it decided to use some Java code that would make the system compatible with a lot of programs. But the Java code was owned by Oracle, which then sued, and it’s been in the courts ever since. Th…
 
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