We welcome two guests from North Center Brewing as we discuss starting a brewery from scratch, creating the recipes for mass production, discuss what is craft and what is not, and promote their slogan “If you like it, then it’s a good beer”.  Don’t judge, just drink, and cheers to this weeks long beer list!

Episode #2 Drink List
Warsteiner Premium Verum / German Pilsener
North Center Brewing Maple Brown
North Center Brewing TA’s IPA
North Center Brewing You’re My Boy Blueberry Pie Ale (Nice Bloobs)
American BADASS Beer Company BADASS Lager
Robinsons Brewing Company Trooper
3 Floyds Brewing Company Permanent Funeral
Right Brain Brewery Barrel Aged Fat Lad
Founders Redankulous
New Belgium Pumpkick (Infused with Cranberries and Oak Chips sitting in Whiskey)

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By Ken

A craft beer fan since 19, used to look for your non-regular beers on frequent trips to downtown Windsor with friends, at 21 Ken basically took over an entire refrigerator with monthly visits to Merchants. With 5 years of podcasting prior, Ken decided to create the brand and show Better on Draft in the spring of 2015, and began creating his dream of a beer-centric website that wasn't too full of itself. He now runs the board and does a lot of the back office stuff while the show goes on, keeping everyone in line, and the beer flowing!

5 thoughts on “Better on Draft 002 – North Center Brewing”
      1. Most podcasts on Soundcloud have a download button, but this one does not (at least on the first two new episodes. I can only Like, Repost, Add to Playlist or Share. I tried creating a Soundcloud account, but that did not change anything.

  1. Was very interesting hearing the folks from North Center discuss how they started up. I remember going down there during their soft opening to check it out and I really enjoyed it… nice space, friendly people and some tasty brews. They only had 5 or 6 beers on tap at the time, but I got a flight and enjoyed them quite a bit. I should head down there and drop in again, so how things have changed since I was last there.

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