Welcome to this episode of Blind Pig Confessions where we go back to one of our favorite places Redemption Alewerks and sit down with Brandon the owner. We get to discuss everything going on with Redemption. We talk about beer styles, pepper beer, and Worm Wood Beers. “Goodbye Dan Gohr”, and now Goodbye Horses is stuck in your head. We wish Dan all the best in his new ventures. Find out what exciting things are coming up at redemption and about Paulie G’s Cold Duck.
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The Pigs spend and entertaining evening once again at Tippy’s in Winamac, IN.
Dougy’s main squeeze, Mikki, jumps in again to review some brews and the Pig’s bodyguard, Griswold brings along his better half, Becky, to keep him in check.
The gang was in for a treat as Tippy’s was taken over by New Belgium Brewery. New Belgium Ranger, Lisa Kerman, delights their palates with some old favorites and some fresh suds new to the Pigs such as the delicious Black Lager. Lisa gets into some history of the brewery as well as some future goals before going off the rails with some buzzed up, entertaining conversations including some bad alcohol memories and cat pee brew.
A Tippy’s regular and local brewer jumps in at the end to help take this one out.
Shout outs include: Briarscratch; Bootleg Biology; Redemption Aleworks; Kopacetic Brewery; Devil’s Trumpet; and Carolina Bauernhaus Ales
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