Cheers! North County Podcast

Cheers! North County Podcast

By The Coast News Group
Drinking brings people together. The Cheers! North County podcast features The Coast News columnist Ryan Woldt meeting up for a drink (virtually for now) with interesting people across North County San Diego to learn more about them. Guests range from beer industry personnel to politicians and entrepreneurs.
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Episode 1 - Jason Merrill, Encinitas Charities Consulting Group & SD LabRats
The Cheers! North County podcast welcomes Jason Merrill. He is a Corporate Relations Consultant with Encinitas Charities Consulting Group, and we talk about a major fundraiser he has been working on with SD LabRats (https://sdlabrats.org/) to provide STEM & Sports camps to local youth. The camps have become virtual for this inaugural year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Funds raised by the camps, for youth K-8th grade, go to benefit a variety of local charities. Camps begin July 13th, and you can register kids for one or all weeks. Scholarships are available, and if you want to donate to SD LabRats you can do so at https://sdlabrats.org/  Be sure to pick up a copy of The Coast Newspaper, or read online at https://www.thecoastnews.com/, and keep an eye out for our up-coming STEM issue. This episode of Cheers! North County was produced and recorded by me, Ryan Woldt. Jordan Ingraham is my Editor in Chief. The Coast News’ Associate Publisher is Chris Kydd and our Publisher is Jim Kydd. Thanks for listening everyone. This podcast was recorded remotely on July 1st, 2020.
24:57
July 3, 2020
Episode 8 - Kiera Murphy, B-Corp & Sustainability Consultant
The Cheers! North County podcast welcomes Kiera Murphy. She is a Sustainability & B Corp™ Consultant. We chat about how a bartending job at an Australian brewpub led to her new career, what B-Corps are, and why they are the future of business. Plus, our first conversation was so interesting we reconnected for a second one about how B-Corps help educate, and create a mission driven consumer. If you want to learn more about what Kiera go to: https://kmurphyconsulting.com/. Then check out https://bcorporation.net/ to find out more about B-Corps, and see all the companies who’ve already made the leap. You can purchase copies of Eli and Jane, a modern fiction road trip novella, here: https://www.onewildlifeco.com/shop/eli-and-jane This podcast was recorded remotely in two sessions: June 11th & 16th, 2020.
43:54
June 19, 2020
Episode 7 - Judith Downie, Beerchive
The Cheers! North County podcast welcomes Judith Downie who is a San Diego Beer and Brewery Historian at Cal State San Marcos, and is the curator of the Beerchive (https://archives.csusm.edu/brewchive/). We talk about about a project they have archiving the brewing community’s response to COVID called Glass Half-Full, how the BeerChive came to be and San Diego’s long beer history.If you want to get involved in the Glass Half Full Project which is creating a historical record of how the COVID-19 pandemic has, and is continuing to impact the brewing industry go to: https://archives.csusm.edu/brewchive/ and click on Glass Half Full in the menu.You can purchase copies of Eli and Jane, a modern fiction road trip novella, here: https://www.onewildlifeco.com/shop/eli-and-janeThis podcast was recorded remotely June 15th, 2020.
28:34
June 19, 2020
Episode 6 - Black Lives Matter
There is no guest for this episode of the Cheers! North County Podcast. No guest for this weeks show. Support Black Lives Matter. We must stand up against racism in all forms, and to commit to continuing to learn, support, vote, and use our voices to continue to promote this cause. The murder of George Floyd, and too many others, has re-shined a light on our failings as a society, and reignited people worldwide. This demand for change can’t stop just because it is uncomfortable, inconvenient, or because there are those trying to distract from these issues. The need for action, for advocating for those that need it, for black people, and for people of color impacted systemic racism isn’t going away.This episode was recorded on June 5th, 2020.
15:25
June 6, 2020
Episode 5 - Carl Pinkard, Aldrich Wealth
The Cheers! North County podcast welcomes Carl Pinkard. He is a financial advisor and partner in Aldrich Wealth of Carlsbad. I’m ask him what individuals should consider doing or not doing with their money during a pandemic, and how businesses can prepare for disasters. We also talk about the charitable Carlsbad Chapter of the San Diego Foundation, and a little about golf. You can learn more about Carl and Aldrich Wealth at https://aldrichadvisors.com/ This show was recorded May 27th, 2020.
19:19
June 5, 2020
Episode 4 - Encinitas Deputy Mayor Kellie Shay Hinze
The Cheers! North County podcast welcomes Kelli Shay Hinze. The Encinitas Deputy Mayor and candidate for City Council joins me for a cup of coffee to talk about how the pandemic impacted her decision to run for office, bike lanes, how to inspire young women to get excited about politics and more. The Deputy Mayor was insightful, well spoken and open about her opinions on topics impacting the community. You can learn more about her and her platforms at https://www.kellieforencinitas.com/. The Cheers! North County podcast records remotely due to the COVID-19 pandemic. During this show we were joined in our coffee by some chirping birds, and the Carlsbad Fire Department even used their sirens to say hello as they passed. Thanks for listening. Cheers! You can purchase copies of Eli and Jane, a modern fiction road trip novella, here: https://www.onewildlifeco.com/shop/eli-and-janeThis episode was recorded May 21st, 2020.
19:00
May 26, 2020
Episode 3 - Brian Beagle, The Indie Beer Show Host
The Cheers! North County podcast is joined by Brian Beagle, a San Diego area custom home builder, and influential craft beer podcaster. He Co-hosts The Indie Beer Show, puts on the Sore Eye Cup awards celebrating San Diego beer, and each holiday season generates thousands of pounds of food donations for local food banks with his Sore Eye Sudsmas holiday party. He has been working with local breweries, taprooms and beer bars to keep an up-to-date list of services being offered during the COVID-19 pandemic. It is a one stop spot to see who in the beer community is open, delivering, shipping and how to get great local beer in your hands. This link takes you right to the list: https://bit.ly/HelpSDbeer2 Brian and I talk about how COVID-19 has impacted supply chains, the housing industry, small businesses and their workers, and how we all need to have a little patience. He is very well-spoken, and his passion for beer and this community really shine through. Plus, we got to have some great beer while chatting. FULL DISCLOSURE: This episode includes some adult language. This episode was recorded May 20th, 2020.
43:04
May 22, 2020
Episode 2 - Justin Sliwinski, Deschutes Brewery Market Manager
The Cheers! North County podcast is joined by locally based Deschutes Brewery representative Justin Sliwinski. He joins the show to talk about the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the market, what life is like for a beer representative, and how direct to consumer sales has changed the marketplace. https://www.deschutesbrewery.com/This episode was recorded May 5th, 2020.
19:08
May 11, 2020
Episode 1 - Beth Demmon, Freelance food & beverage writer
The Cheers! North County podcast is joined by talented San Diego-based food and beverage writer, and recent winner of the North American Guild of Beer Writers 2019 Diversity in Beer Writing Grant, Beth Demmon. She joins host Ryan Woldt for the first-ever Cheers! North County podcast show to talk about the social impact of losing access to our drinking establishments during the COVID-19 pandemic, her favorite local places, and expectations for the food and beverage industry as we progress to a new normal.Check out Beth's work at: https://www.bethdemmon.com/This episode was recorded April 27th, 2020.
21:41
May 11, 2020