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Episode 41: Passions On Tap with Marina Arnaout

“The Mikes” are joined by Marina Arnaout from Steam Whistle. Long time listeners of the show will know that Schechter has been on a fruitless journey to find a Pilsner that comes close to his beloved Steam Whistle (sadly and admirably, Steam Whistle will not import to the US until they are ubiquitous in Canada). Beyond being a great beer, Steam Whistle is a great company. They show tremendous care in everything they do and their choices are extremely intentional. Sit back, crack a beer and learn about what it takes to “do one thing, really, really well.”

What Mikes Are Drinking

Sadly, this was recorded mid-day. No one, not even Marina indulged in a tasty beverage. However, both Marina and Vardy ended their days with a delicious Steam Whistle Pilsner (Schechter’s not angry at all… not even one bit…).


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