The Pigs were delighted to cover the 1st annual Blood, Sweat, & Beers hosted by the fine folks of Round Town Brewery and Indiana On Tap on a beautiful afternoon in Indianapolis to celebrate Cinco de Mayo. Mackenzie Schenk, owner of Round Town, sat down to start the show and explain her thought process behind this wicked day of brew ha-ha and Brewery Beer Olympics. Although the Pigs helped shape some of the Olympic games, Mack wanted to turn things up a notch and start the games with a growler chug which made some of the brewers nervous, and in the end, wound up being a thorn in Round town’s side as their very own Mr. Eric Fear was the first to . . . unload some of the tasty brew and put them behind right out of the gate. In the end, the gents from Brew Link came out with the win and the first crown, and a taco hat.
Tune in for some beer talk and laughs with many of the breweries who came out to serve some of their freshest summer brews and take part in the day’s activities.
Joining the piggy round table during the afternoon included, David Yancey of Taxman, Eric (The Pinball Wizard) and Jerry of Round Town, Josh Miller and Jimmie Boros of Backstep Brewing, Seth of Elm Street Brewing Co., and of course the winning team from Brew Link, who are great with beers and balls.
Shout outs in this week’s episode include: CenterPoint Brewing; Tappers; The Sinking Ship; Black Circle Brewing Co.; Fountain Square Brewing; Carlos Guzman of One Well Brewing; Indy High Bines; Big Red Liquor; Sean Manahan of Kopacetic; 10-56; Guardian Brewing Co.; Burn ‘Em Brewing; and the Devil’s Trumpet Brewing Co
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