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009 - This Ain't No Tom Arket's Podcast!

If you haven't met David Moosman, you'd spot him in a crowd a mile away. 6' 12" he stands shoulders above others and his work showcases that as well. A big guy with big ideas and the drive to execute them, Moosman is setting to revolutionize the connections our favorite restaurants have with our favorite farms. We sit down and run the gamut on the different mini restaurants at Avanti as well as a couple of delicious drinks and get to chattin'. ToMarket.Farm: http://www.tomarket.farm Avanti Food & Beverage, A Collective Eatery: http://avantifandb.com

49 MIN2017 FEB 12
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009 - This Ain't No Tom Arket's Podcast!

Hardly a whisper, or Mushroom Tips

We took the opportunity to meet with Nick Martinez at the beginning of this year and we discussed his transition from Chef to Forager to Distributor/Account Manager, and even a short stint bar backing. Topher had met Nick several years back at a pop up event and has followed a bit of his career over the past couple of years. We discuss his company with Graham called Hunt and Gather and what it means to forage for goods. We discuss where he's been since I met him, a bit of his past, and where he is now with Cascade Organic. I'll bet you didn't know Colorado had so much deliciousness in our backyards, but be careful because you'd better know what you're doing or you'll become sick of it, literally. Check out the write up on 5280 a while back: http://www.5280.com/eatanddrink/magazine/2014/09/mushroom-whisperers?page=full Cascade Organic: http://cascadeorganic.com

63 MIN2017 FEB 11
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Hardly a whisper, or Mushroom Tips

007 – Tequila y Mezcal y Mas, Que Bueno!

The winter is upon us, the season is brisk, and what better to warm the toes and soul then with a dram of whiskey tequila? With stories from Peter's trip to Mexico and his love for the Blue Agave Goddess, we've packed this little puppy with some knowledge on tequila and some tasting. (at this point we're pretty much just using the podcast to drink...a lot...) Below are a couple of cocktail recipes as well for your enjoyment. Shoot us your feed back on these. They're simple and delicious, once you get the booze for them. We're starting to get through the basics pretty quickly and we've lined up some great guests in the near future, so let us know what your thoughts have been and enjoy this little gem. Also here's a recipe for one of my favorite tequila cocktails created with the help of my fellow bartender Joel (he's at Rare Italian in Fort Collins, killer spot, check it out). I give you "The Bekken" The Bekken The Bekken - A cocktail inspired by Jerry Thomas' Martinez The Bekken - A...

56 MIN2015 FEB 2
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007 – Tequila y Mezcal y Mas, Que Bueno!

006 - Holidaze or Jingle these bells

The Holiday Season is over and done with and the holiday cheer has been tossed out with the shedding Christmas tree...Or has it? In this episode we dive into some random holiday influenced beers and swap childhood stories that you never knew you knew, but may have heard. We kick around some thoughts on the beers and find our selection to be rather interesting and somewhat disappointing. Fresh off the holidays and raring to get going again, this little gem for the new year is definite gold, or frankincense and myrrh...How do you even spell those?!! Beers we drank (or at least tried) Crazy Mountain - Bridge St. Holiday Ale 2014 Website: http://www.crazymountainbrewery.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/crazymtnbrewery Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Crazy-Mountain-Brewing-Company/271572677939 Rogue – Santa’s Private Reserve Ale Website: http://www.rogue.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/RogueAles Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RogueAles Samuel Adams - Merry Maker Gingerb...

47 MIN2015 JAN 16
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006 - Holidaze or Jingle these bells

005 - Homesteading / Permacutlure & Homebrewing with Jared Gatti

What is Homesteading? Better yet, what the hell is Permaculture? Imagine turning your grassy spaces into lush vegetable gardens which reduce the amount of water used and provide you with a fresh goods and a cut off your grocery bill. Throw in some chickens and you’ve got yourself a sustainable mini-farm. In essence, it’s a touch of terraforming that can provide you with not only an excellent hobby outdoors, but also provide you with a bit of self sustainability. Imagine fresh miniature orchards in your front yard and delicious unadulterated vegetables in your back yard. Rather than wasting water on grass that has no purpose you’ve developed a skill that you can share with others and pass on to your kids. Not only that, but how about growing your own hops and herbs for your homebrewing? Heck yeah! Jared Gatti has become a successful Homesteader and award winning Homebrewer in the past couple of years and shares a bit of his story. As a good friend of ours we have a couple of beers...

44 MIN2014 DEC 22
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005 - Homesteading / Permacutlure & Homebrewing with Jared Gatti

004 - Party in the Pumpkin Patch

We bring in brew-guru (brew-ru?) Jared Gatti to chat about some Pumpkin beers and pumpkin history. We alliterate the crap out of the letter ‘P’ and provide plenty of positive palate pleasing descriptions and stories in this pumpkin loaded podcast. We review three beers and chat about pumpkin prominence in American culture. We taste, we talk, we pumpkin up. Check it! Beers under Discussion The Bruery – Autumn Maple: http://www.thebruery.com/beer/autumn-maple/ Upslope - Pumpkin Ale: http://upslopebrewing.com/beer/pumpkin-ale/ Frogs Hollow - Double Pumpkin Ale: http://www.hoppinfrog.com/brewery/beers

38 MIN2014 DEC 7
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004 - Party in the Pumpkin Patch

002 - A Drink Named "Vengeance"

Podcast 002 and of course we’re up to some bourbon drinking antics this time around. We’ve spent the evening discussing classic cocktails and sampling some of the best bartenders in Colorado’s mixing up of their interpretation of a variation of a drink named “Vengeance” in Breckenridge Distillery’s mixology competition. 14 variations to be exact and another excellent gathering with Breckenridge Distillery in a pivotal support role. From housemade cardamom simple and housemade bitters featuring 20 botanicals and Wild Turkey, to a creamier/spicier(almost eggnog-esque), to renditions reminiscent of the Boulevardier, Manhattan and Old Fashions, to Topher’s personal favorite with a touch of Talkisker spritz right on top(talk about a smoking gun), all the cocktails were fantastic and truly showcased the skill set of who we’ve come to respect as the front runners of Colorado’s cocktail coalition simply known as our modern bartenders. The event centered around this cocktail competi...

47 MIN2014 NOV 20
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002 - A Drink Named "Vengeance"

003 - Gintroduction

Podcast Shpeal In our Gintroduction Episode we discuss origins, some delicious cocktails, a couple of excellent Colorado Distilled Gins and Peter takes his pants off; what more could you possible want? For the most part we revel on our enjoyment of gin and discuss bits and pieces. Not wanting to spoil any knowledge gems some of our favorite bartenders and spirits aficionados may have for future pod casts we briefly discuss a few tidbits of origin and style. We taste two spirits in this episode, both being Colorado Distilled, and discuss one other. Jinn Gin, Spirit Hound Gin, and Leopold Brother’s Gin. We mix up a couple of cocktails and introduce you to some of our current imbibing pleasures of gin. In future episodes we’ll delve deeper into stylistic differences and let some of our friends give you their spiel on the history. In other words get ready for future episodes where we drop some serious knowledge on ya’. Spirit Hound Distillers - Gin Website: http://spirithounds.com/sp...

39 MIN2014 NOV 6
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003 - Gintroduction

001 - Beta?

EHere it is, our Intro Episode 000(?) of Crafted Conversations. Hooray! We’re delivering you our weekly adventures and conversations as we peruse our local craft scene and divulge in some imported items and experiences from around the world. As we trade stories and dig up the origins and tidbits of curious information about what we’re enjoying we will share with you the amazing passions of ours and those who we converse with. Our first podcast of course is just a random rambling of thoughts and a general directive as to how the show will go. Initially we want you to get a feel for who we are and how we think, or don’t in some cases. We’ll keep a bit of a structure/guideline to our podcasts but we’ll freeform most of our conversations when it really comes down to it. In our first podcast, we discuss what the game plan is, we munch on a few tidbits, some beer and whiskey and we find out that Hunter S. Thompson and George Stranahan, from Stranahan’s Whiskey, were neighbors. We dri...

61 MIN2014 OCT 1
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001 - Beta?
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Latest Episodes

009 - This Ain't No Tom Arket's Podcast!

If you haven't met David Moosman, you'd spot him in a crowd a mile away. 6' 12" he stands shoulders above others and his work showcases that as well. A big guy with big ideas and the drive to execute them, Moosman is setting to revolutionize the connections our favorite restaurants have with our favorite farms. We sit down and run the gamut on the different mini restaurants at Avanti as well as a couple of delicious drinks and get to chattin'. ToMarket.Farm: http://www.tomarket.farm Avanti Food & Beverage, A Collective Eatery: http://avantifandb.com

49 MIN2017 FEB 12
Comments
009 - This Ain't No Tom Arket's Podcast!

Hardly a whisper, or Mushroom Tips

We took the opportunity to meet with Nick Martinez at the beginning of this year and we discussed his transition from Chef to Forager to Distributor/Account Manager, and even a short stint bar backing. Topher had met Nick several years back at a pop up event and has followed a bit of his career over the past couple of years. We discuss his company with Graham called Hunt and Gather and what it means to forage for goods. We discuss where he's been since I met him, a bit of his past, and where he is now with Cascade Organic. I'll bet you didn't know Colorado had so much deliciousness in our backyards, but be careful because you'd better know what you're doing or you'll become sick of it, literally. Check out the write up on 5280 a while back: http://www.5280.com/eatanddrink/magazine/2014/09/mushroom-whisperers?page=full Cascade Organic: http://cascadeorganic.com

63 MIN2017 FEB 11
Comments
Hardly a whisper, or Mushroom Tips

007 – Tequila y Mezcal y Mas, Que Bueno!

The winter is upon us, the season is brisk, and what better to warm the toes and soul then with a dram of whiskey tequila? With stories from Peter's trip to Mexico and his love for the Blue Agave Goddess, we've packed this little puppy with some knowledge on tequila and some tasting. (at this point we're pretty much just using the podcast to drink...a lot...) Below are a couple of cocktail recipes as well for your enjoyment. Shoot us your feed back on these. They're simple and delicious, once you get the booze for them. We're starting to get through the basics pretty quickly and we've lined up some great guests in the near future, so let us know what your thoughts have been and enjoy this little gem. Also here's a recipe for one of my favorite tequila cocktails created with the help of my fellow bartender Joel (he's at Rare Italian in Fort Collins, killer spot, check it out). I give you "The Bekken" The Bekken The Bekken - A cocktail inspired by Jerry Thomas' Martinez The Bekken - A...

56 MIN2015 FEB 2
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007 – Tequila y Mezcal y Mas, Que Bueno!

006 - Holidaze or Jingle these bells

The Holiday Season is over and done with and the holiday cheer has been tossed out with the shedding Christmas tree...Or has it? In this episode we dive into some random holiday influenced beers and swap childhood stories that you never knew you knew, but may have heard. We kick around some thoughts on the beers and find our selection to be rather interesting and somewhat disappointing. Fresh off the holidays and raring to get going again, this little gem for the new year is definite gold, or frankincense and myrrh...How do you even spell those?!! Beers we drank (or at least tried) Crazy Mountain - Bridge St. Holiday Ale 2014 Website: http://www.crazymountainbrewery.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/crazymtnbrewery Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Crazy-Mountain-Brewing-Company/271572677939 Rogue – Santa’s Private Reserve Ale Website: http://www.rogue.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/RogueAles Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RogueAles Samuel Adams - Merry Maker Gingerb...

47 MIN2015 JAN 16
Comments
006 - Holidaze or Jingle these bells

005 - Homesteading / Permacutlure & Homebrewing with Jared Gatti

What is Homesteading? Better yet, what the hell is Permaculture? Imagine turning your grassy spaces into lush vegetable gardens which reduce the amount of water used and provide you with a fresh goods and a cut off your grocery bill. Throw in some chickens and you’ve got yourself a sustainable mini-farm. In essence, it’s a touch of terraforming that can provide you with not only an excellent hobby outdoors, but also provide you with a bit of self sustainability. Imagine fresh miniature orchards in your front yard and delicious unadulterated vegetables in your back yard. Rather than wasting water on grass that has no purpose you’ve developed a skill that you can share with others and pass on to your kids. Not only that, but how about growing your own hops and herbs for your homebrewing? Heck yeah! Jared Gatti has become a successful Homesteader and award winning Homebrewer in the past couple of years and shares a bit of his story. As a good friend of ours we have a couple of beers...

44 MIN2014 DEC 22
Comments
005 - Homesteading / Permacutlure & Homebrewing with Jared Gatti

004 - Party in the Pumpkin Patch

We bring in brew-guru (brew-ru?) Jared Gatti to chat about some Pumpkin beers and pumpkin history. We alliterate the crap out of the letter ‘P’ and provide plenty of positive palate pleasing descriptions and stories in this pumpkin loaded podcast. We review three beers and chat about pumpkin prominence in American culture. We taste, we talk, we pumpkin up. Check it! Beers under Discussion The Bruery – Autumn Maple: http://www.thebruery.com/beer/autumn-maple/ Upslope - Pumpkin Ale: http://upslopebrewing.com/beer/pumpkin-ale/ Frogs Hollow - Double Pumpkin Ale: http://www.hoppinfrog.com/brewery/beers

38 MIN2014 DEC 7
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004 - Party in the Pumpkin Patch

002 - A Drink Named "Vengeance"

Podcast 002 and of course we’re up to some bourbon drinking antics this time around. We’ve spent the evening discussing classic cocktails and sampling some of the best bartenders in Colorado’s mixing up of their interpretation of a variation of a drink named “Vengeance” in Breckenridge Distillery’s mixology competition. 14 variations to be exact and another excellent gathering with Breckenridge Distillery in a pivotal support role. From housemade cardamom simple and housemade bitters featuring 20 botanicals and Wild Turkey, to a creamier/spicier(almost eggnog-esque), to renditions reminiscent of the Boulevardier, Manhattan and Old Fashions, to Topher’s personal favorite with a touch of Talkisker spritz right on top(talk about a smoking gun), all the cocktails were fantastic and truly showcased the skill set of who we’ve come to respect as the front runners of Colorado’s cocktail coalition simply known as our modern bartenders. The event centered around this cocktail competi...

47 MIN2014 NOV 20
Comments
002 - A Drink Named "Vengeance"

003 - Gintroduction

Podcast Shpeal In our Gintroduction Episode we discuss origins, some delicious cocktails, a couple of excellent Colorado Distilled Gins and Peter takes his pants off; what more could you possible want? For the most part we revel on our enjoyment of gin and discuss bits and pieces. Not wanting to spoil any knowledge gems some of our favorite bartenders and spirits aficionados may have for future pod casts we briefly discuss a few tidbits of origin and style. We taste two spirits in this episode, both being Colorado Distilled, and discuss one other. Jinn Gin, Spirit Hound Gin, and Leopold Brother’s Gin. We mix up a couple of cocktails and introduce you to some of our current imbibing pleasures of gin. In future episodes we’ll delve deeper into stylistic differences and let some of our friends give you their spiel on the history. In other words get ready for future episodes where we drop some serious knowledge on ya’. Spirit Hound Distillers - Gin Website: http://spirithounds.com/sp...

39 MIN2014 NOV 6
Comments
003 - Gintroduction

001 - Beta?

EHere it is, our Intro Episode 000(?) of Crafted Conversations. Hooray! We’re delivering you our weekly adventures and conversations as we peruse our local craft scene and divulge in some imported items and experiences from around the world. As we trade stories and dig up the origins and tidbits of curious information about what we’re enjoying we will share with you the amazing passions of ours and those who we converse with. Our first podcast of course is just a random rambling of thoughts and a general directive as to how the show will go. Initially we want you to get a feel for who we are and how we think, or don’t in some cases. We’ll keep a bit of a structure/guideline to our podcasts but we’ll freeform most of our conversations when it really comes down to it. In our first podcast, we discuss what the game plan is, we munch on a few tidbits, some beer and whiskey and we find out that Hunter S. Thompson and George Stranahan, from Stranahan’s Whiskey, were neighbors. We dri...

61 MIN2014 OCT 1
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001 - Beta?
the END
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