Keepin’ it Local With Green Bus Brewing – Episode 90
Green Bus doesn’t distribute, rarely sells its beer outside its taproom, and they’re OK with that.
When Jason Sledd named his homebrewery (Green Bus Brewing), many people joked that it was just a matter of time before he went “pro.”
But to Jason, that sounded like a great way to turn his hobby into drudgery. Learn more about Huntsville’s “first neighborhood brewery” this week!
Plus, we’ll talk about how we survived Irma and Tim regales us with tales from his trip to Arkansas.
Truck and Tap‘s Beers of the Week:
- Terrapin Dave’s Not Here DIPA
- Bearded Iris Homestyle
- Bearded Iris Double Double Homestyle
- Bearded Iris Attention Please!
- Ozark Beer Company Cream Stout
- Lost Forty Brewing Rockhound IPA
- Red Hare Hasenpfeffer Oktoberfest
- Burnt Hickory Ezekiel’s Wheel Pale Ale
Headlines (Sponsored by Your Pie Perimeter):
- Gwinnett’s first brewery opens in Lawrenceville
- Goat Island big winner at Alabama Craft Beer and State Championship
- How Sublime brought 40 oz Mexican lager to craft beer
*Note: Due to the after-effects of Hurricane Irma, we were not able to get Chattabrewchee to the studio this week. We’ve rescheduled them for an upcoming episode.
Next week, we’ll be broadcasting from Your Pie Perimeter and talking to Atlanta’s Eventide Brewing. Come out and see us Thursday 9/21 and don’t forget…DRINK LOCAL!
More info: www.beerguysradio.com