I get to interview Tony, from Lagunitas. It is awesome. If you like craft beer, listen to it as soon as possible. If not, please move along. That is all.




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  1. I laughed out loud at “We’re going to cram it in next to the Schlitz malt Liquor and all the ‘Hood beers.’”

  2. “We have a very strict drug testing policy at the brewery, you know. You have to test drugs once. If you don’t like it, you don’t have to have anymore. But you have to try it.”

  3. It was interesting to hear him call Goose Island’s 312 as “three-twelve.” I’ve never heard somebody here pronounce it any other way than “three-one-two.” I hadn’t even considered that another possibility existed.

  4. Sorry bout the three-twelve thing… But as a kid I used to say my Rolling Meadows ph number as three-twelve-thirty-five, eighty-four, eighty-nine, seven… just for fun…old habit…

    Thanks for this kind words aleheads! Slouch is a good interviewer…

    1. Please, Tony…we know that’s not true. Slouch is the most “special” of the Aleheads…in that he wears a helmet in the shower and we don’t let him use forks. It was very kind of you to talk to him and make him feel like a productive member of society.

      Also, feel free to call 312 whatever you want. I might start calling it “Three-Hundy and Twelve” or “Triple-Dozen” or “a beer I don’t particularly enjoy and will likely not purchase in the future”.

      1. Yes, Slouch is our Walter Cronkite.
        If Walter Cronkite were bad at his job and had a drinking problem.

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