Episode 48 - In today's episode, Joe and his guest Crystal, talk about their experience with divorce, the stigma of divorce in our society, the tags they felt like they were forced to wear because of their divorce, and if divorce has changed their opinio...
Episode 48 - In today's episode, Joe and his guest Crystal, talk about their experience with divorce, the stigma of divorce in our society, the tags they felt like they were forced to wear because of their divorce, and if divorce has changed their opinion about marriage.
Drink of the Day- Joe is drinking a Shambo Juicy IPA from RoHa Brewing in Salt Lake City, Utah. This is a big hop forward IPA, with a punch of juicy citrus notes in the aroma. The pineapple, stone fruit, and citrussy hop flavors are prevalent. This beer is unfiltered, allowing its true flavor profile to come through, the nose is clean and finishes smooth. ABV 7.0% Check em out at https://rohabrewing.com Insta @rohabrewing
BIPOC BUSINESS OF THE WEEK - Weathered Souls
Weathered Souls Brewing Company is not a chain and their beer is not mass produced. They buy their grain locally and delivered to San Antonio, and South Texas. They are independent and with the support of independent loving fans, they intend to stay that way. You can’t be closer to the source of your beer than to sit in the shadow of the fermenter your beer was kegged from days before. The name says it all, we’re a little weathered by life and really don’t mind it. All part of the adventure… Weathered Souls is very happy to be a brewery where everyone is welcomed as a member of their brewery family. They have several old-school philosophies about life and business and one driving force is their philosophy that, if the beer is good enough, folks will find out. So they don’t pay for advertising, and rely on word of mouth just like his Dad did. It’ll take longer to grow the business, but it gives them a lot of satisfaction knowing that they succeed because folks care about them and their beer. They have had great success with their new “Black is Beautiful” initiative, visit their website https://weatheredsouls.beer to find out more.