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#75. | Cathy Baillargeon, Part 1 | Delegating as a skill, plus 2 other tips for small business owners

#75. | Cathy Baillargeon, Part 1 | Delegating as a skill, plus 2 other tips for small business owners

April 9, 2021

On this week's episode of Business Over Beer, we welcome Cathy Baillargeon, Founder and CEO of Virtual Cathy, a company providing remote administrative support for business owners and non-profits.  

As a business management consultant, prior to becoming a business owner herself, Cathy saw first hand that business owners were struggling with how to effectively delegate administrative tasks, preventing their businesses from achieving their full potential. Also, when Cathy launched her business three years ago, she was able to navigate some of the start up headaches because she had the experience guiding other business through those challenges as a consultant.

Now, Virtual Cathy's Army of Virtual Assistants (VAs) are helping businesses in 27 states, with a wide variety of services including data entry, travel planning, email management, scheduling and social media management. 

Prost!

 

3 Tips for Small Business Owners:

1. Delegating is a skill set that must be developed by a small business owner.

For any small business owner, our business is our baby, and the thought of giving up control of any aspect of it can be hard. But the reality is, in order for a small business to grow, business owners must spend their time doing what they do best everyday. It's easy to get bogged down, especially with administrative tasks, that, while essential for the business, may not be essential for the business owner's time.

That is where delegating comes in, and it doesn't come naturally to some people. Think of delegating as a skill that you need to work on, like any other skill. Really think about what you spend your time doing versus what you WANT to spend your time doing. Then get out of your own way and start delegating. 

2. Understand where the market is going, and how your business can fill the holes.

As a small business owner, just running the day to day can take take up most of your time. And when a massive disruption hits the market or your industry, you are left having to quickly react, and innovate, or pivot, or worse, close your doors.

Cathy saw the challenges business owners were having delegating administrative tasks. In addition, she also understood (even pre-Covid) the value of providing this service virtually. So when the pandemic hit, she was already poised for the virtual workplace and was perfectly positioned to help her clients as they were forced to make this shift as well. 

Be disciplined enough to understand where the market is headed and position yourself for a shift, even before the shift is necessary. Do not get lost in the day to day of your business, because if a big shift comes, it may just be your business that gets lost.

3. Say it out loud.

We all have lots of ideas. For those of us with a natural entrepreneurial spirit, we believe our ideas can change the world, and that we can make money from them. A great first step to turn an idea into action is to say it out loud.

Cathy had been envisioning a Virtual Assistant business, but it was when she verbalized it to her networking group, that she sprung into action. Once she put it out there, it created a sense of obligation for herself to pursue it. Once you say it out loud, the initial feedback you receive, positive or negative, can help you determine if it's a viable idea and can change your mindset from "doing it someday" to "today".

 

The Guest's Craft Beer Offering:

Matchless Brewing - Tumwater, WA

Whhhip It, Vanilla Hazy IPA, 7.7% ABV

"Crack that Whhhip It! Give that can a sip. Step on a crack, break out your 4-pack.
When a problem comes along, you must Whhhip It! Before the beer sits out too long, you must Whhhip It!"

 

Episode Links:

Virtual Cathy

Taps Growler House

Whip It - The Movie

Whip It - Devo

That's Heavy Doc

Critical Role Podcast

DragonRealms

 

#74. | Keith Sconiers, Part 2 | Tying the Athlete Journey to an Entrepreneurship Journey | #Believe

#74. | Keith Sconiers, Part 2 | Tying the Athlete Journey to an Entrepreneurship Journey | #Believe

April 2, 2021

Business Over Beer Episode #74. with Keith Sconiers, Part 2

On this episode of the Business Over Beer podcast, we welcome back Keith Sconiers, President of NW Advisory Group and Catalyst Training & Development, for part 2 of our sit down. 

In this episode, Keith talks about his passion for helping athletes understand the opportunities that entrepreneurship can provide for them after their playing days are over. But, instead of creating a "fall back plan", Keith helps shape a new plan, that includes success on and off the field, a plan that can provide for themselves and their family, and ultimately help them live their best life. 

 

In This Episode:

  • Tying the Athlete Journey to an Entrepreneurship Journey, provides the best opportunities for athletes to make a positive impact in the communities they came from. 
  • The Entrepreneur path allows athletes to own their life, their brand and their future, so they can go back and teach that same path to the kids that come from the place they came from. 
  • For Keith, he did not know there was another path, he had to learn the hard way, try at many different jobs and situations, before he learned there are opportunities for a better life through entrepreneurship. 
  • There are companies that are doing fine job getting athletes jobs, but they are not helping athletes achieve their true potential, and not every athlete wants to go work for someone else.
  • The NCAA is not set up for the athletes to live their best life. 
  • Athletics, especially for those coming from the inner city, are an opportunity to help their family get out of a bad situation; education does not offer that same opportunity, so they do not focus on it in the same way as they do with athletics.
  • Catalyst Training and Development is working with Athletes throughout their education so they understand what can be available after their athletic career is over.
  • Catalyst helps athletes answer the questions "who do I want to be a hero to" and "who do I want to serve with my work", these answers provide the roadmap.

 

Angie's Mystery Beer:

Cascade Lakes Brewing - Redmond, OR

Pineapple IPA, 7.1% ABV, 37 IBU

"We are stoked to offer this tasty IPA where mountain pine aromas collide with the tropics. The blend of 3 flavorful hops and a splash of pineapple make this the liquid to drench your cottonmouth."

 

Episode Links:

Keith Sconiers 

NW Advisory Group

Paysuite

Catalyst Training and Development

NCAA

Tupac - Picture Me Rolling

 

#73. | Keith Sconiers, Part 1 | Using the Power Within to do the Right Thing | #Believe

#73. | Keith Sconiers, Part 1 | Using the Power Within to do the Right Thing | #Believe

March 26, 2021

On this episode of the Business Over Beer podcast, we welcome the very inspirational Keith Sconiers to the program. Keith is the President of several businesses, including Northwest Advisory Group, Catalyst Training and Development and PaySuite.  

In each of his businesses, the mission is very clear: help small business owners and entrepreneurs be successful. As a young man, it was entrepreneurs that helped him and his father get by. Now, Keith is working to be that for others, paying it forward in his community with his experience, his time, and his expertise.

Prost!

 

In this episode:

  • Keith was on a troubled path and could have easily given into to his surroundings and circumstances.
  • It was Keith's high school basketball coach that first cast a vision for his future, giving him something to work toward through basketball.
  • Rooted in the belief that if he doesn't quit, and doesn't give into to challenges and the negative self talk, that he can become the kind of person that was there for him when he was growing up and become that kind of person for someone else.
  • You can't avoid bad things from happening, but when you persevere and overcome those obstacles, it fuels a belief in yourself and your future success.
  • You don't need someone else to tell you what the right thing to do is, you have the power within you to do the right thing no matter how difficult the situation you're in. 
  • When faced with an obstacle, trust your experience, think of times when you've been through something similar, and instead of focusing on the bad stuff or being a victim, embrace the positive attributes that show up in the middle of tragedy. 
  • The only way to find value in the painful experiences you've had in life is if you actually do something with them. Otherwise, it's just tragedy that you just have to sit with. 

 

Guest Beer:

Xicha Brewing - West Salem, OR

Chela, Mexican Style Lager, 5.3% ABV, 18 IBU

Technically, it’s a light lager brewed with flaked corn. The industry calls it a Mexican Lager. But we call it a Chela. It’s an every occasion beer; from hanging with your homies to just coming home from work. Nothing complicated. Nothing fancy. This is a beer for the people. Cerveza para la gente. ¡Salud!

 

Pale Especial, Mango Pale Ale, 6.5% ABV, 44 IBU

A copper colored pale ale brewed with mango heartily hopped to hold its own against the sweeter mango addition. A fine balance of malt, hop, and fruit.

 

Episode Links:

Keith Sconiers 

NW Advisory Group

Paysuite

Catalyst Training and Development

Pura Vida

Taco Spaceship

Barlows Brewery

Portland State University

 

#72. | Larry Sharpe, Part 2 | Healing Our Country Through Transparency & Simplicity | #VoteLibertarian

#72. | Larry Sharpe, Part 2 | Healing Our Country Through Transparency & Simplicity | #VoteLibertarian

March 19, 2021

Welcome back for part 2 of our interview with Larry Sharpe, Managing Director of The Neo-Sage Group, Host of The Sharpe Way with Larry Sharp, and 2018 Libertarian Gubernatorial Candidate for New York State.   

In this episode, Larry shared with us that it was in deciding to move out of New York, that he decided to run for Governor. He was upset that he had to leave his state, his friends and his business to find a better place to live, and out of that experience, he decided he wanted to fix it. 

Our country is in need of healing and it is only through a third party that we can actually start the healing process, and the Libertarian Party is in the best position to play that role. 

Prost! 

 

In This Episode:

  • Larry ran for Vice President of the United States in 2016 and lost the Libertarian Party nomination by 31 votes.
  • After the 2016 Presidential election, there was a hole in Libertarian leadership that Larry wanted to step in and fill.
  • New York has lost 1.5 million residents in last 10 years and will lose 2 congresspeople after this most recent census.
  • Rhetoric does not work for a third party; only in a 2 party system, running on a platform of "I'm not him" works.
  • As a third party candidate you have to be a full time candidate in order to have impact.
  • There was so much in fighting within the Libertarian Party during the 2020 primary, the party nominated their 2nd choice for President.
  • Running his Gubernatorial campaign was a lot like his first failed business, he learned lessons on how to run a a proper third party campaign by failing.
  • He brought a plan to the Libertarian Party for the 2020 Presidential campaign based on what he learned running for Governor, but did not get support from party leaders regarding that plan.
  • The top of the ticket should be working to gain popularity and then passing that onto candidates at the local level.
  • If you want fairer money in politics, there needs to be only one campaign finance regulation: total and absolute transparency.

 

Angie's Mystery Beer:

Georgetown Brewing - Seattle, WA

Meowsa, Double IPA, 8.1% abv

"If you force fed a watermelon a steady diet of mandarin oranges and pineapples and then dropped said watermelon into a wood chipper, this beer has the resulting aromas and flavors that came out of the business end of that wood chipper.” 

 

Episode Links:

The Neo-Sage Group

The Sharpe Way

Libertarian Party

Larry Sharpe Policies

Judge Jim Gray

Angela McArdle

Angela McArdle on The Sharpe Way

Justin Amash Drafts Tri Partisan Bill

 

 

#71. | Larry Sharpe, Part 1 | Leadership & Emotional Communication The Sharpe Way | #LaterNader

#71. | Larry Sharpe, Part 1 | Leadership & Emotional Communication The Sharpe Way | #LaterNader

March 12, 2021

This week on The Business Over Beer Podcast, we go after the Squatchers with Larry Sharpe, Managing Director of The Neo-Sage Group, Host of The Sharpe Way and 2018 New York State Gubernatorial Candidate for the Libertarian Party.

Larry shares with us his journey to entrepreneurship, which started well before he owned his first business. After his father passed away when he was just 12 years old, and in need of positive male role models, Larry found what he was looking for in the US Marine Corp, serving for 7 years.  

After leaving the Marines, Larry helped his mom, an addict, get out of prison. With a felony conviction, Larry watched her become a hostage to every job she had, ultimately starting a business with her so she could be the boss and take control of her life. A business that she ran all the way until her retirement.  

Prost! 

 

In this episode:

  • As leaders move up, they tend to be very good technically but not very good emotionally.
  • Leaders are good at communicating accurately, but not being responsible for the results of that communication.
  • For modern leaders to be successful, technical skills are no longer enough, soft skills are required. 
  • The only way our country heals is through a third party mediator, and the Libertarian Party is the only party that doesn't force you to convert.
  • As a Libertarian, you can be as liberal or as conservative as you want to be, just don't force others to be the same.
  • If you're an entrepreneur and you're doing something you hate, you're doing something wrong.
  • Larry was always the #2 sales rep at every sales job he had because he spent time helping others to do well, realizing that he is even better at training and being a teacher.
  • Optimism is the best indicator of success for a sales rep.
  • Leadership today is not management.
  • Management is processes and resources, which can be learned in school, and computers can manage better than humans anyway.
  • Leadership is people. In today's world we need a whole lot more of people's brains, we need more than just their arms and legs. We need initiative and imagination.  
  • The Libertarian ideals fit perfectly to what he was already training; modern day leadership, post industrial leadership is about ownership mentality and volunteerism.

 

Guest Beer:

Baerlic Brewing - Portland, OR

Pancake House, Breakfast Imperial Stout, 11% abv

"Just like your Great Grandpa’s daily breakfast at the Pancake House—hotcakes slathered in maple syrup alongside a bottomless cuppa joe. And seeing as he’s retired AF, maybe a squirt of chocolate syrup on top."

 

Episode Links:

The Neo-Sage Group

The Sharpe Way

Tuttle Bottoms Monster

Libertarian Party

Robert Ringer

To Be or Not To Be intimidated

Objectivism / Ayn Rand

#70. | Life Force Chiropractic, Part 2 | A Story of Survival and Service | #TruthIsTruth

#70. | Life Force Chiropractic, Part 2 | A Story of Survival and Service | #TruthIsTruth

March 5, 2021

Welcome back to the second biggest podcast in the Pacific Northwest behind only The Sasquatch Hunters, for part 2 of our interview with Drs. Kyle, Tiffany and Cody, Co-Founders of Life Force Chiropractic in Vancouver, WA.  

On this episode, we learn how their Midwestern mentality and a little small town feel, combined with a near death experience, has defined their practice and has led them down a path of service to their community and striving for improved health and wellness for all.  

Prost!

 

In this episode:

  • Despite 17 other Chiropractors in the same zip code, for Life Force, it's never been about competition, rather about reaching more people.
  • If people are getting the help they need to heal and adapt, that's what's most important.
  • Life Force knows what defines their practice, and they will attract the patients that resonate with what they're doing and others will resonate with other chiropractors in the area.
  • It's a very selfless profession and it's not about what can they get out of the community but rather what can they put into the community
  • If they can get more people under chiropractic care who need it, whether with with Life Force or another practice, the important thing is realizing that a healthier society creates happier world. 
  • People pass judgement on others before knowing the full story or before even listening to the story; we need to learn not to condemn someone because they are not where you're at.
  • Respect your neighbor, and understand that people make decisions based on their own experiences.
  • Life Force has heard more suicide stories since the pandemic started than the previous three years in business.  
  • To combat the mental health crisis in this country, we have to have more public conversations in order to make these topics more normal. 
  • Control what you can control; there's a handful of things that you get to make decisions on, focus on those and give the rest away. 

 

Angie's Mystery Beer:

Crux Fermentation Project - Bend, OR 

Tough Love, Barrel-Aged Imperial Stout, 14% abv, 70 IBU

"Tough Love is bold but nuanced, an homage of sorts to the traditional Russian Imperial Stouts and the ruling style of Catherine the Great. We construct it with dark roasted malts, malted rye, and oak-smoked wheat, and then banish it in Kentucky bourbon barrels. The aging process smooths out the edges on an otherwise bold statement, and bitterness succumbs to tender strokes of vanilla beans, hints of dried cherries, and new layers revealing themselves with each sip."

 

Episode Links:

Life Force Chiropractic

Follow Life Force on Facebook and Instagram

Hello Kiel

The BOB Happy Hour with Life Force Chiropractic

BNI

Lac Seul Tornado

 

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#69. | Life Force Chiropractic, Part 1 |  Hope, Health, and Healing the Way Nature Intended It | #VegasNerve

#69. | Life Force Chiropractic, Part 1 | Hope, Health, and Healing the Way Nature Intended It | #VegasNerve

February 26, 2021

When you hear the word "chiropractor", you probably don't think of things like neurological function or healing from within. But for the past 3 years, the Founders at Life Force Chiropractic in Vancouver, WA, Doctors Kyle Kurscheidt, Tiffany Thorne and Cody Kurscheidt, have built a practice with Hope, Health and Healing at the center of their Vision.  

On this episode, we learn about some of the history of Chiropractic, part of the journey that drew these doctors to chiropractic medicine, and all about how they work to give their patients, of ALL ages, a better life.

Prost!

 

In This Episode:

  • As a family business, they must balance the mission of the business with their individual ambitions and meeting the relationship needs inside the business and out.  
  • At the heart of their practice, for themselves as partners, and their patients, you have to put yourself aside and understand the human being across from you.
  • Having patience and communication, you can make it all work. 
  • You wipe the world off your shoes at the door.
  • Chiropractic began as a neurological based practice, looking at the function of the body and restoring it.
  • The early days of chiropractic let the body's innate and inborn intelligence run its course to let people live a better life.
  • Over time it got watered down as back pain, neck pain and headaches that people associate with chiropractors today.
  • When you look at any market, people are looking for 3 things:
    • Mission: Who are you, what are you doing, and why do you do it. 
    • Story: This comes from knowing someone, what you went through, and how they relate to your story.
    • Price: If you get the first two right, the third doesn't matter. 
  • God doesn't make garbage, the body is made heal and when we put the right things in the body, the body does what it needs to do.
  • Your health is a puzzle, and if you're putting the right pieces in, you get the picture you're looking for. 

 

Guest Beer:

Deschutes Brewery - Bend, OR

Fresh Squeezed IPA, India Pale Ale, 6.4% abv, 60 IBU

"Juicy sweet hop aromas of grapefruit and passionfruit. Hops carry through a muffin-like malt character rounding out this full flavored IPA into a thing of beauty like no other."

 

Episode Links:

Life Force Chiropractic

The Beast of Bray Road

Life Force on The BOB Happy Hour

Smith Rock

Palmer College of Chiropractic

Dr. D.D. Palmer

I was there twice last year

BNI

#68. | Jake Kaempf, Part 2 | Founder & CEO of The Everyday Company | Proving Intuition for Everyday People | #Prefail

#68. | Jake Kaempf, Part 2 | Founder & CEO of The Everyday Company | Proving Intuition for Everyday People | #Prefail

February 19, 2021

In this week's episode of the Business Over Beer podcast, we welcome Jake Kaempf, Founder and CEO of The Everyday Company, back to the program for part 2 of his interview. 

On this episode, we learn about the fundamental mindsets you need to have in order to be successful as an entrepreneur. Also, Jake tells us all about his new company, and how taking a technology first approach will compliment his existing brand development business. 

The Everyday Company is the first of its kind, AI Powered branding technology and service company, using cutting edge machine learning technology to collect, aggregate and interpret the latent data associated with the signals of a brand, and tracks where brands are appearing in conversations and through user generated content in digital media. The platform has wide ranging uses across industries that empowers employees who needs better data for their decision making.

Prost!

 

In this episode:

  • Too many entrepreneurs make presumptions about how successful they are going to be without paying attention to all the different aspects that go into it. 
  • Entrepreneurs get selfish and nit pick as soon as they reach a point that they can grow. 
  • Entrepreneurs must concentrate on how they will build a team that will improve what they do.  
  • If you're afraid of sharing your skills and techniques because someone will suddenly overtake you, then you're not actually any good at what you do. 
  • Entrepreneurs need to have the ability to share, to be open and to trust.
  • Prefail: To hold back ideas, or to hold back on starting or executing something because they are afraid of it failing or for fear people will not accept it. 
  • Entrepreneurship is not fun, but can also be the most amazing thing in the entire world. 
  • New entrepreneurs that have a great idea are afraid to find out that someone else is already doing it. Fact is, there's always somebody better than you. 
  • Understand your product, your customer and your competitor and realize where you can differentiate, and if you can't differentiate, then start anew.
  • To differentiate themselves, The Everyday Company doesn't claim to have the answer before actually doing the work to understand where a potential client trying to go.
  • In the era of data and needing empirical proof, you can't just have special sauce; it doesn't mean that design, interpretation, creative intuition is gone, but it does need to be complimented. 
  • Brand has been so robed in mystery for so long, and it's time to bring proof in order to back up assumptions and intuition.

 

Angie's Mystery Beer:

Pelican Brewing - Pacific City, OR

Sea'N Red, Irish Style Red Ale, 5.4% ABV, 25 IBU

"This smooth, richly flavored beer has a malt aroma reminiscent of toffee, caramel, and cocoa with a subtle floral bouquet. The lush aroma gives way to a full, rounded malty flavor with toasty biscuit-like character and notes of caramel. A smooth, well-balanced finish both satisfies and quenches. Sip and sea for yourself—Sea’N Red is a round malty brew whimsically served up in a bold, colorful name."

 

Episode Links:

The Everyday Company

Arthur Hitchcock Photography

This Is Marketing by Seth Godin

Nate Silver's Five Thirty Eight

Oregon Sports Angels

Tupac Shakur (1971-1996)

Creative Director John C. Jay

Dictators Podcast

Leonardo da Vinci

The Medici Family

#67. | Jake Kaempf, Part 1 | Founder & CEO The Everyday Company | The Perception of Brand | #SimplyJake

#67. | Jake Kaempf, Part 1 | Founder & CEO The Everyday Company | The Perception of Brand | #SimplyJake

February 12, 2021

This week on the Business Over Beer podcast, we welcome Jake Kaempf, Founder and CEO of The Everyday Company.

In Part 1 of this interview, we learn that Jake was very entrepreneurial and obsessed with brand even from a young age. Jake shares with us his philosophy and approach to branding, specifically, that brand lives at the intersection of operation, finance, and demand creation. And while design is an important aspect of branding, his agency differentiates themselves by bringing a more tangible and measurable approach to branding for his clients. 

At the time of this recording, Jake was still running the agency he founded called Amprsnd, a Brand Development Agency specializing in insight, strategy, and implementation of brands.  And, as you will learn in part 2 of the interview, they have since gone through a merger and have created The Everyday Company.  Stay tuned for that. 

Prost!

 

In this episode:

  • If you ask 1000 people to define brand, you'll get 2000 answers.
  • The key is to define brand for each client, and better measure and build strategies that are cohesive to the operational and financial strategy that goes on within organizations
  • Branding deals with perception and how to break down and describe the elements of perception.
  • The signals of perception fall into 3 categories: social, emotional, and functional
  • True branding doesn't sell a false idea of your company, it gets to the core of what the founders are all about, and to the culture of the people that actually work for you.
  • The idea that small business is the backbone of this country, it's about an ideal that entrepreneurs have the ability and responsibility to affect real change in the communities they serve.
  • Being an entrepreneur is about having the ability to go after an opportunity, with a chance to succeed or fail, and working to make sure those opportunities are available to everyone. 
  • What's better than than a great strategy? A good strategy, well executed.

 

Guest Beer:

Level Beer - Portland, OR

Bad Hombre, Mexican Lager, 4.8% ABV

"The Fake News will tell you that clear beer is weak. That is only what losers would say. This beer is classy, made for winners, winners who like the beach. This beer is dangerous, and if you add a lime wedge, it's out of control. Salud."

 

Episode Links:

The Everyday Company

The Ozark Howler

Bare Bones Brewery - Oshkosh Lager

Dos Equis

Northwestern Kellogg School of Management

World Surfing league

Kate Delhagen

Oregon Sports Angels

Camp Sherman, OR

#66. | Michael Pan, Part 2 | Founder Pan’s Mushroom Jerky | The Shark Tank Effect | #vegansnacks

#66. | Michael Pan, Part 2 | Founder Pan’s Mushroom Jerky | The Shark Tank Effect | #vegansnacks

February 5, 2021

On this episode of The Business Over Beer Podcast, we are back with Part 2 of our interview with Michael Pan, Founder of Pan's Mushroom Jerky.

In the last episode we learned all about Michael's journey that led him to the carpet on Shark Tank. In this episode, he shares with us his experience on the show, what it was like to make a pitch to the Sharks, and why getting a deal was so emotional.  

As Michael shared with us, getting a deal on Shark Tank does not guarantee success, but it sets him up for a new and exciting phase of his business, and we couldn't be more happy for him and his success.

Prost!

 

In this episode:

  • After 12+ years of bringing this product to market and all the challenges that come with being a small business owner, the validation from the Sharks on the product, combined with the year he had in the Pandemic, to get a deal was humbling and overwhelming. 
  • Making a pitch on Shark Tank is just as chaotic in reality as it looks on TV; the Sharks are extremely competitive and they did a great job of amping up the pressure at Michael's expense.
  • Orders for the product post Shark Tank were 6x larger than expected.
  • Prior to the COVID-19 Pandemic, Pan's Mushroom Jerky was having a tough time keeping up with demand, so they moved into a new larger space in March.
  • Navigating the operation in a brand new space during the time of a pandemic, while keeping his employees and manufacturing process safe, he still managed to grow the business throughout the summer of 2020.
  • You don't have to be vegan to enjoy this product; this is a great option for anyone looking to reduce meat intake or anyone just looking for a healthier snack. 

 

Angie's Mystery Beer:

Fort George Brewery - Astoria, OR

Suicide Squeeze, IPA, 7.2% ABV

"Packed with Mosaic, Amarillo and Citra Hops and front-loaded with 2-row barley paired with deep cuts of specialty malt, this Northwest IPA is masterfully balanced."

 

Episode Links:

Pan's Mushroom Jerky

Michael Pan Shark Tank

Shark Tank

Chicago Style Italian Beef

Food Innovation Center

Whole Foods