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Episode 4 Available Now!

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Corona Virus Mix Pack!

Had a great listener suggestion for this week. If you were quarantined for a week, what are you grabbing in your mix pack? Head over to Bottles and Cans or Binny’s and maybe get some soup and Purell. I’ll also have an Old Rasputin and some neighborhood beers as well. Episode 4 drops Wednesday!

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Episode 3 Out Now

The podcast for this week is available now on Apple, Spotify and Sticher!

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Wednesday’s Episode

This week, Episode 3 featuring Porters from Great Lakes, Deschutes and a few local Chicago ones will drop by Wednesday. Future weeks will include Pilsner, Russian Imperial Stout, and Belgian White plus many others. Guests will be stopping by as well! March should be a fantastic month, I’m glad you are here to join in on the fun.

If you have any suggestions or ideas for the website or podcast, please feel free to do so.

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Episode 2 Pale Ales

This weeks episode is out on Apple and Spotify. I talk about terrific Pales from Sierra Nevada, Revolution, Half Acre and Hopewell.

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Apple Approved!

They’ll take anyone! I’m so glad that after less than a week being live, that my podcast is on Apple! Any positive reviews are greatly appreciated. Episode 2 will be out this week. Thank You!

https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/beer-in-front/id1500155339

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Beer Suggestions

I have a good idea of what classic craft beers I want to feature coming up. Are there any that you would like to see? I’m in Chicago, so keep in mind I might not have access yet, but I’ll definitely work on it. Thanks!

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First Podcast Up!

Episode 1 of the podcast is available now at https://anchor.fm/dave-zalatoris

Soon will be on all streaming services!

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Beer Palates

How much has our palate changed over the years? As a kid, I enjoyed Old Style and I couldn’t tell you the last time I purchased one. Over time with beer getting hoppier and stronger, has your palate and taste changed? Can you enjoy a simple beer that you used to drink? The beer hasn’t changed at all. In the early 90’s I liked Leinenkugel, not sure if I would today. Let me know what you think.

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My First Blog Post

Welcome to the home of Beer In Front. I’ll have posts and podcast links up soon!