This week’s episode runs a bit long due to the amount of beer sampling we just had to do on our visit to The Guardian Brewery in Muncie.
Guardian’s Bill Kerr and Jason Phillips took us on a delightful beer journey as they told us their story from the days of home brewing, their time at The Heorot, to owning and operating their own brewpub.
The little brewery with big flavors will be getting a new home this May which will allow them to more beer to their thirsty, ever-growing patrons.
The night was full of laughs (which oddly increased as the samples increased). Jordan’s peculiar use of the words “sports games” and “pocket book” leads us to believe he may be a much older man than we think…or woman . . with a possible drinking problem, and Dougie Fresh has to explain how the hell “wet old barn” is a pleasant term for describing a beer.
Frank the Tank may have drawn us to The Guardian, but the Sex Panther and array of other great beers on tap will keep us coming back for more. Tune into hear about all the brews we tried this fine evening, including their recent release, Sweetie Pie Sugar Cream Pie Pale Ale Stout, made with real sugar cream pie from Wick’s Pies Inc. They seriously just toss whole pies in there. And it’s dreamy.
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