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Our GABF Podcast is Now Live

Don and I decided to do a podcast at the GABF to document our thoughts about the event before the brain cells carrying them succumbed to alcohol poisoning.  It was a close call!

Check out our iTunes page or PodcastDirectory.com to get our thoughts on the beers we enjoyed (and didn’t enjoy), the folks we met and the adventures we had. Ironically, we recorded it without drinking any beer.  I guess we were still full from the night before. 🙂

Anyway, think of it as the best way to put GABF behind us all.   I get it Don, we all need to move on!

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2 Comments on “Our GABF Podcast is Now Live”

  1. Angela Arp
    September 23, 2010 at 10:42 am #

    I just got done listening to your podcast…
    I will 2nd (or 3rd) your sentiments on on the Rare Beer Tasting….

    — Dark Lord, the yeast content was so hard to stomach, nearly felt like there was tapioca in the recipe (honestly)
    — as well as Sexual Chocolate – did seem watery to me too – and I was SO looking forward to trying it! (but I am more of a Porter girl)

    Overall impression of the Rare Beer event – Upset that they (seem to) let more people in this year, but didn’t allow anymore space in the venue & they ran out of so many beers so early. I would rather see them keep the event more exclusive if they don’t have any more space or the ability to supply more ‘rare’ beer.

    & Thanks for the mention ;0) (again with the Tyler???)

    Sorry again about the #FAIL

    • September 23, 2010 at 10:47 am #

      Ha! I’ll never forget Tyson’s name again. Not after a double fail. Sometimes I wonder what’s wrong with me, but Don usually helps by pointing it out. He’s a real pal that way.

      I agree that they should have enough beer and room for everyone at the Rare Beer Tastings. Either pick a larger venue and bring more goodies, or jack up ticket prices a bit and sell fewer. I’d pay $100 to go again. It was well worth it.

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