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This episode features Jamie Windon of Lyon Rum. Jamie has a penchant for saying yes to crazy ideas. On a whim she drove down to Kentucky and bought a 26 galloon still to make rum. Lyon Rum was embraced by the small town of St. Michaels, MD as the distillery began to take shape and grow. It's Jamie's love of making things for people and serving them…
 
This episode features Lyndon Smith of Botanist and Barrel. Lyndon and his wife Amie Fields have an extensive natural wine background. They also have a wonderful family heritage of being wine producers. Grandpa Abe even produced bathtub tropical hooch. A defunct blueberry farm came for sale nearby where Lyndon grew up. This farm now grows a wide var…
 
This episode features Mark Breen-Klein of Independent Spirits Distillery. Kerry, Mark's mother, was trying to decide a business to go into as her children were leaving home to explore their lives. Without any experience or knowledge the decision was made to start a distillery. Mark brought his biomedical engineering degree background into the famil…
 
In part 2 of our series on French Explorers Jacques Marquette and Louis Jolliet, we follow them down the Mississippi - and then back to their home base - taking an alternate route up the Illinois River. With their journey complete, we do a look at the rest of the lives of both men. The Explorers Podcast is part of the Airwave Media Network: www.air…
 
This episode features Mike Contreras of 2SP Brewing Company. 2SP was conceived in 2015. Mike is the director of sales and marketing. While he was working at Dogfish Head Brewing, the owner of 2 Stones Pub, Mike Stiglitz gave him a call. He shared that he was thinking about starting a brewery. He was already filling out his team with Bob Barrar, who…
 
French explorers Louis Joliett and Jacques Marquette go searching for the legendary 'Big River' that lies in the west - the Mississippi. The Explorers Podcast is part of the Airwave Media Network: www.airwavemedia.com Interested in advertising on the Explorers Podcast? Email us at sales@advertisecast.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit mega…
 
In the final part of our series on James Cook, the man meets a bloody end on a beach in Hawaii. We finish by doing a wrap up of Cook's final voyage, plus a look at some of the key figures in our story. We then take in the enormous legacy of James Cook. The Explorers Podcast is part of the Airwave Media Network: www.airwavemedia.com Interested in ad…
 
It's award show time! Tim and Kevin duke it out to pick the winners of this year's RENNIES—the Ryan Reynolds Awards for Excellence in Film. This first half covers six blockbuster categories, including Best Actor, Best Fight Scene, Horniest Moment, the "Basil Exposition" Award, Best Trailer/Worst Movie, and the Biggest Beef Award (presented by Arby'…
 
This episode features Amanda Beckwith of Virginia Distillery Company. Dr. George G. Moore was an Irishman who came to the United States in the 1970's. He loved collecting and drinking single malt whisky's. In 2011 the dream of a distillery began to become a reality. In 2013 George's son Gareth took over the reigns when his father passed away. Today…
 
This episode features Tetsuro Mayazaki of Iichiko Shochu. Shochu is the original Japanese craft distilled spirit. It is more popular than sake and Japanese whisky. This delicious spirit is a newcomer to the American market. All of these years it has been unique to Japan and its restaurants. Iichiko Shochu is distilled from barley. In 1979 Iichiko w…
 
In part 9 of our series on James Cook, we follow our English explorer from Hawaii to the western coast of North America. Cook will map the coastline all the way up into Alaska, before trying to find a route above the continent. The Explorers Podcast is part of the Airwave Media Network: www.airwavemedia.com Interested in advertising on the Explorer…
 
This episode features Matt Simon of Good intent Cider. For Adam Redding, cidermaking began as a hobby. He took cider making classes at Cornell University. Growing up in Gettysburg, he was exposed to the amazing apples produced in Adams County. Matt joined Good Intent almost 6 years ago. He studied food science at Penn State. Matt reached out to Ada…
 
This episode features Luca Missaglia of Amaro Santoni. Luca is driven by passion. Amaro Santoni, an Italian Apartivo comes from the heart. He also has a love of cocktails and brand building. His focus is to help bartenders get out of their comfort zone. Luca grew up in Milan. Very early on he discovered that the zest for amaro was in his DNA. Amaro…
 
In this episode, James Cook he's back to Tahiti before setting his sights on North America - and a search for the Northwest Passage. Along the way, he makes the most significant discovery of his life - Hawaii. The Explorers Podcast is part of the Airwave Media Network: www.airwavemedia.com Interested in advertising on the Explorers Podcast? Email u…
 
This episode features Laura Fields of The Delaware Valley Fields Foundation. Nothing ever stops in farming. In 2015 they started out with five ounces of Keystone Rosen Rye grain. Today there are over 400 acres that have been planted. This project was created for distillers to purchase direct from farmers. Currently, there are nine farming partners …
 
This episode features Stephen, Karen and Steve Zolnay of Invertase Brewing Company. When Stephen was 14 he bought his dad a homebrew kit for Father's Day. Their first collaboration as father and son was a terrible pale ale that they made on the kitchen stove. That beginning experience got them hooked on making beer together. They graduated into mak…
 
In part 7 of our series on James Cook, our British explorer sails around the islands of Polynesia and Micronesia, then plunges south into the Antarctic Ice. We wrap up the voyage with some discoveries in the South Atlantic. The Explorers Podcast is part of the Airwave Media Network: www.airwavemedia.com Interested in advertising on the Explorers Po…
 
This episode features Philip Search and Don Benedetto of Canary Cocktails and Spirits. Philip has been in the beverage industry for a long time. He's been involved with the coffee industry, managing bars and restaurants and helping to set up bar programs. When Covid hit and impacted the bars in the area he was more then ready to roll up his sleeves…
 
In part six of our series, we begin the second voyage of James Cook. This time, Cook has two ships, Resolution and Adventure. He sails to the other side of the world - searching for the hidden southern continent - Terra Australis. The Explorers Podcast is part of the Airwave Media Network: www.airwavemedia.com Interested in advertising on the Explo…
 
This episode features Chris Demars, Randy Litwin and Jenn Litwin of Spring House Spirits. Sixty years ago Chris's grandmother taught him how to distill spirits, make wine and brew beer. Chris worked as a nuclear engineer which is kind of like being a distiller. He longed to come back to the family farm and get back to his distilling roots. He pays …
 
In part five of our series, James Cook and Endeavour sail to Batavia, then around Africa to complete their first epic voyage by circumnavigating the world. The Explorers Podcast is part of the Airwave Media Network: www.airwavemedia.com Interested in advertising on the Explorers Podcast? Email us at sales@advertisecast.com Learn more about your ad …
 
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