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Let's nerd out where writing, psychology, and business success overlap! On this show, we look at how to ethically apply psychological principles of persuasion. You'll learn compelling copy tips to improve your writing of all lengths for biz. And you'll be ready to become a #1 bestselling published author on Amazon (faster, easier, and cheaper than you thought possible) and make money with your books as you grow your exposure and business. Join host Laura Petersen (a.k.a. @LaptopLaura) a tall ...
 
We share stories about craft beer and the people behind it. On this podcast, you'll hear interviews with brewers, brewery owners and other craft beer industry folks telling it like it is in their own words. Born out of a genuine passion for craft beer, BAOS Podcast are Canadian-born with a worldwide perspective. Focused on the beer scenes in North America, Australia and across the globe, we’re a team who travels for the love of craft beer, showcasing the best brews we find and interviewing t ...
 
In this weekly interview series, Alex Oesterle asks the hard and sometimes uncomfortable questions to dive into what's working and what isn't in world of food and beverage marketing. From CMO's to social media managers, the ideas and strategies will change the way you approach building your brand. If you're a marketing professional in the food and beverage space or intend to launch a new product, these interviews are an amazing resource for practical tactics you can implement from day one. A ...
 
How Did You Get Into That (or How'd You Get Into That?) is the podcast you've been looking for! Grant Baldwin (GrantBaldwin.com) interviews people from all walks of life that are doing something interesting to make a living. Whether you're looking for your first career, ready to make a career shift, interested in starting a business, becoming an entrepreneur or just need an inspirational and motivational kick in the pants, you'll find it here. Each episode will bring you the stories and jour ...
 
Kevin and Cody think about things too much. Then they talk to each other. Cody over analyzes sociopolitical trends in modern culture while Kevin sniffs his fingers and tells ridiculous jokes. When not podcasting, Kevin and Cody make livings as bio hazard cleanup engineers. They are socially inept and terrified of technology. They both like boy bands with chick singers. When eating at restaurants, Kevin will order the calamari and Cody will get the veggie sub with bacon and lemonade.
 
The Cooks Community podcast is a place for us to share discussion. I want this space to be somewhere people can come for inspiration, to listen in on a conversation and hopefully learn something in the process. The Cook ‘N’ Goals show interviews motivated people who are following their passion and our premium show HDR Brews speaks to academics about their area of research. More episodes to come, enjoy.
 
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Hello copy poppers! Long time no talk...but we are back today with a quick writing tip for you inspired by two often-heard quotes: French philosopher and mathematician Blaise Pascal famously wrote: I would have written a shorter letter, but I did not have the time Mark Twain once said, “I didn't have time to write you a short letter, so I wrote you…
 
Welcome to the Cook 'N' Goals show, today we talk to Sarah Neil founder of Mys Tyler, a womens fashion app that acts like instagram, only the feed is helping ladies of all sizes, shapes and colours find their fashion twin. Sarah has raised $1 million dollars and has tens of thousands of users all over the world. We discuss the apps origin in 2014, …
 
It's been quite the run for the live Quarantine Edition of our ongoing Adjunct Series, and tonight, we wrapped it up with a bang. Longtime followers would know that our trip to Virginia in 2019 was a memorable one, where we travelled for a week from the northern part of the state all the way down to Virginia Beach, and we truly loved our experience…
 
Welcome to the Cook 'N' Goals show, today we talk to Brad Travis owner of Composta Australia, an at home worm farm and garden all in one. Since creating the product in a home garage Brad has turned this idea into a full time, national business. Small beginnings at the markets and the thrill from selling his first unit, now to being stoked in bunnin…
 
Podcasting is an interesting endeavour. The things you think folks will love don't always resonate, and the things you think are mid end up over-performing. An example of the latter are the pods where Cee just hangs with a co-host for a bit of a chin wag with our rotating schedule of guests like Scott, Tiffany, Noah or Nate. These episodes always p…
 
Ottawa is Canada's capital city, and in the past few years it has truly become synonymous with craft beer. One of the OG breweries in the city is Bicycle, who kicked things off in 2014 when husband and wife team Fariborz and Laura Behzadi opened up their own space after wanting something of their own to work on together. In this time, they've built…
 
Sitting less than an hour east of Toronto, the Durham region's craft beer scene has been blowing up in the past few years. One brewery that caught our eye was Bowmanville's Chronicle Brewing, with their eclectic, game and fantasy-centric label art, and impeccable and wide-ranging list of beers. We've been fortunate enough to try a few of their beer…
 
From our ~250 podcasts over the years, it feels like the ultimate goal of most brewers is to control the entire process from grain to glass. The team behind Brasserie La Ferme are already living the dream with their property in Shefford, QC, with over 100 acres of land where they grow hops, a variety of cereals, fruits and berries, and they even ha…
 
We say it over and over, but our favourite place on earth is Vermont, and the one thing about this whole pandemic thing that we're missing the most is our regular trips south of the border. Come to think of it, we haven't even had a brewery from VT on the pod - until now. You may remember Episode #129 from the OG series where we hung with the whole…
 
Back in 2014, Elora Brewing Co. opened its doors in a small town northwest of Toronto (Elora, if you didn't guess). Since the beginning, they've been ahead of the curve, producing one of the first readily available (via distribution) NEIPAs back in 2017. We've been fans since we cracked our first bottle of Elora Borealis, their NE Pale Ale, and whi…
 
Welcome to the Cook 'N' Goals show, today we talk to Steven Liaros co-owner of PolisPlan, a new paradigm for regenerative, shared-equity land development. Since returning from abroad, completing local travel around Australia and studying this topic area in his PhD, Steven and his wife are planning to build a network of high-tech, regenerative villa…
 
Welcome to the Cook 'N' Goals show, today we talk to Ed Hatcher owner of the notorious and delicious Alfreds Apartment – a men's wear, barber, and diner all in one. Since purchasing the company two years ago Ed has transformed Alfred's into its very own stand-out local clothing brand. We discuss Ed's passion for design and creating cool things, the…
 
This whole virtual podcast thing has really opened up the world for us, allowing us to share a beer with people we otherwise may not have been able to. Recently we connected with Will of Tribus Brewing in Milford, Connecticut, and we were immediately taken by their quality photography, slick social and delicious-sounding beers. So of course, we wer…
 
Keeping it local is often a tenet that craft beer lays heavily on, and not many live it like Avling. Founder Max Meighen worked in both kitchens and brewhouses around the world, and he brought that experimental, palate-driven ethos to his business. Head Brewer Brandon Judd studied in Germany and has worked for many incredible breweries in Toronto, …
 
While we typically focus on the breweries themselves on the pod, it's always fascinating to chat with the people who help drive the industry forward. Specialty beer stores are the primary way that craft beer drinkers in Quebec obtain their sweet, sweet liquid, and they have a holistic understanding of the consumer that even the breweries may not ha…
 
Cottage country is an unassuming place for craft beer. Muskoka is a region where city folk go to relax and unwind, surrounded by some of the most beautiful scenery Canada has to offer, and the last thing you'd expect is to find fire craft beer. Opening their doors to the public only a couple of years ago, Canvas Brewing has been knocking out qualit…
 
It's not every day we get to hang out with the literal newest kids on the block. Brasserie Mellön, founded by friends Alexandre Pontbriand + David Goudreau, opened last weekend (Saturday, May 1st, 2021) in Montreal's Rosemont-La-Petite-Patrie after 5 long years of hard work and dedication. Anxious and unsure how they'd be received by the beer-drink…
 
Kahnawake Brewing was the first brewery in Canada to be opened on native indigenous territory. They literally assisted in writing the laws to allow a brewery to operate, and they've been changing the game ever since. We first visited Co-Founder Drew Stevens back in May 2018 on a rainy Spring day shortly after their March opening, so we were overdue…
 
While it's our job to put our awesome community onto amazing breweries, sometimes it works the other way around. Every time we'd post about lagers and ask about their favourite crispyboiz, one name continually came up: Old Flame Brewery. With two locations in Port Perry and Newmarket, Ontario, Old Flame has been going strong for 7+ years brewing so…
 
It's always an honour to get to chat to the people behind the breweries who shaped your early beer-drinking years, so finally bringing Daniel Addy Jibb, Co-Founder of Microbrasserie Le Castor, on the pod was a milestone for us. Being that they've also known each other a long time, it was only right that we brought back our fave special guest co-hos…
 
Welcome to the Cook 'N' Goals show, today we talk to Josh Murchie, co founder of Little Phil - a micro-philanthropy platform designed to help empower charities for the future. The company has gone through some ups and downs but is smashing goals with some new key partnerships including Legends of Crypto and Collision Conference. Josh has some lectu…
 
Craft beer is forever changing and morphing with the times, and one of the newest trends in the game is functional beer. While this segment took hold in the US quite fast, it's been a slow uptake in Canada - until now. Enter Rally Beer Co. Co-Founders Alan Wood and Spencer Sgro kicked off their new venture mid-pandemic in 2020, and they're truly br…
 
The last time we hung out with JF on the pod was back at their winter bottle release in St. Jerôme in 2017. We'd kicked it at one of our fave events of the year, Journée Péché, every March for the past few winters but we were long overdue to have the guy who created the greatest coffee stout in the country back on the pod for a long chat. This inte…
 
Another brewery who evaded us all these years on the podcast is one of the breweries that got Cee into craft beer over a decade ago. Muskoka Brewery are Ontario legends and they celebrate their 25th anniversary this June, so it was the perfect time to have President Todd Lewin and Head Brewer Gary Jollimore on the pod for a lengthy chat. This was a…
 
High Degree Researchers Drinking coffee. This small show is designed for academics to put their research interests in the spotlight. Please sit, learn, and enjoy a cuppa while we do to. Luke Spajic (research student) is interested in food systems and how their previous design is linked to human and planetary health. We discuss his journey into rese…
 
Last summer, Cee and Tiffany headed out east to Quebec City to visit breweries and vlog it up. One place they weren't able to get to was La Souche, so obviously they'll be there next visit but the next best thing was to have the team on the podcast. La Souche are known for their fire sour beers, so we were stoked to have the boys on and get into so…
 
If you're a longtime BAOS listener, you'll know that we really stay true to the "And Other Shit" in our name, but to be honest, we haven't really dabbled much outside of beer in the past year or so. It was time to fix that. We heard about Doctor Nick's Amazing Man Stuff back in January and Cee has been using their beard products daily since, so it …
 
One of the most unique concepts that we've ever seen in craft beer comes courtesy of Mike Laba and Chris Goddard, the founders of Craft Brand Co., based out of Toronto, ON. What began as a craft beer import agency slowly morphed into a beast unto its own, securing sought-after international contracts with breweries like Omnipollo (Sweden), Mikkelle…
 
We've been on a bit of a run lately with bringing back past guests who are well overdue for a visit, so this week we're hanging with Founder Stéphane Dubois and Head Brewer Benoit Brame of Toronto's Bandit Brewery. We last kicked it with Bandit back in the summer of 2018, and a clearly lot has changed with the only brewery in Roncesvalles. With co-…
 
Just like 2017, we're delivering back-to-back Ottawa episodes to give the long-time listeners a little touch of nostalgia. Tooth & Nail, while only just over 5 years old, are regularly mentioned in the same breath with some of the breweries in Canada. Their Vim & Vigor Pilsner is highly regarded universally as one of the best examples we have in ou…
 
Welcome to the Cook 'N' Goals show, today we talk to Chelsea McLean, a circular economy pioneer and personal relations expert. Chelsea works for biobag (who create compostable alternatives to plastic) and also promotes circular economy focussed groups through her platform Circular economy pioneers. We discuss the 5 business models for a circular ec…
 
Back in 2017, Cee and OG co-host Scott headed out to Ottawa for the Canadian Brewing Awards, and while in town, they headed over to Dominion City to hang out with Co-Founder Josh McJannett and Head Brewer Scott Denyer after a super rough evening at the awards the night before. We've been back through the brewery a number of times since but have yet…
 
High Degree Researchers Drinking coffee. This small show is designed for academics to put their research interests in the spotlight. Please sit, learn, and enjoy a cuppa while we do to. Associate Professor Greg Cox (PhD) is interested in sports nutrition and its effects on performance. We discuss some of his previous research projects, work in the …
 
One of our fave advantages of doing our podcast virtually is that we get to talk to breweries that we usually wouldn't unless we were in their town, and it's really made the Adjunct Series super interesting to produce. Canada's West Coast is somewhere we've always wanted to get out to, and in particular, we've wanted to get out to Delta, BC to see …
 
Toronto has so many amazing breweries that it's tough to actually hit them all up, and one of those breweries for us is Halo. Known for their impeccable kettle sours, IPAs and stouts, along with their gorgeous branding, they've been a fave every time we hit up a beer bar and finally, while we still never got to the venue itself, we brought them on …
 
Back in February 2020, we launched our first ever themed season, Against The Grain, where we spoke with breweries in Quebec who took the path less followed and brewed beers that most breweries didn't. We had two final episodes lined up and booked, but they happened to be booked the first two weeks of the COVID lockdown and of course, they never hap…
 
Welcome to the Cook 'N' Goals show, today we talk to Marcus Field who is aiming to fundamentally change the way in which high school students plan for the future. He has started and closed his own digital marketing agency and is now building a virtual work experience and in person tutoring business. We discuss his vision, experiences of learning at…
 
It's been a solid run of back-to-back pods with amazing breweries across the continent, but sometimes we need to just slow it down and do a little catching up with the team. Tiffany Alexis, our illustrious producer, expert Social Media Marketer, YouTuber and just gorgeous human being, joined Cee for a couple of beers and a great Friday night chin w…
 
Back in 2017, we were sent an interesting bottle of beer with a black label that said "Gin Ale" on it, from a brewery I hadn't heard of. After I posted it, it became our #1 requested beer for trades with friends in Ontario and the US. That was Amiral's entrance into the Quebec craft beer scene, and now almost four years later, they're back with a f…
 
It's not often we meet other Australians here in Montreal, and it's even less often we connect with Australians in the craft beer industry in Canada. Back in the summer of 2018 at the glorious Foudres Unis festival, Cee connected with Christina Owczarek via a mutual friend (shouts to Jake!), a fellow Aussie from Melbourne who has been in the craft …
 
Gatineau, Quebec has been experiencing somewhat of a craft beer renaissance over the last couple of years, and one of those fire, innovative, new breweries is À La Dérive. Cee discovered them last summer and was blown away by the quality of their New England IPAs, so he was super excited to catch up with Co-Founders Sébastien Gandy and Jean-Françoi…
 
Welcome to the Cook 'N' Goals show, today we talk to Zac Tollemache otherwise known as Tolly. A rapper, architect, old time friend and passionate young man. We discuss his journey through his music career, the culture of Australian rap, his creative process and of course....... milk juice. Enjoy. His new song ‘Pay to play’ here - https://open.spoti…
 
Back in 2018, Cee and Tiff collaborated with the Colorado Tourism Office and visited their beautiful state for 12 days (check the vlogs on our YouTube channel!). On their final night in Denver, they hit up the Great American Beer Festival, the biggest beer festival on the planet (or North America at least) and discovered the gloriousness that is We…
 
Welcome to the Cook 'N' Goals show, today we talk to Candice Jade Oliver, co founder of Karma Collab Hub (coworking space) and founder of Social Impact Leaders Rise (Gold Coast based social enterprise group). We discuss friendship, business failure, juggling multiple projects at once and Candice’s passion for serving others. Enjoy. Daily Grind - ht…
 
Barrel-aged sour beers are truly the ultimate mark of patience in the beer world, and nobody encapsulates that better than Sean McVeigh of Kanata, ON's Small Pony Barrel Works. The last time we hung with Sean on the podcast was in 2018 so this was a great return for the lord of the sours. A lot has been happening in his world, from the move into sm…
 
We're back - Happy New Year! While it was genuinely great to take a bit of a breather after the hectic end of 2020 podcast run, it's amazing to jump online and chat to some of our favourite breweries once again. We figured we'd kick 2021 off proper by bringing back an old fave from 2018, Matt Reiner of Toronto's Rorschach Brewery! Matt and the team…
 
For the final podcast of 2020, we figured we'd just kick back with some fire brews and hang out with some homies. Émilie has been a friend of the podcast for a couple of years now, and it was finally time to have her on. A prolific Instagrammer, actress, dancer and a well-known Quebecois craft beer personality, Émilie is basically known as "mother …
 
Back in 2011 when Cee first started his 365 Days of Beer thing (long before the podcast), he took an Ontario beer trip with former co-host Scott, and the first brewery they went to was Nickel Brook. They happened to meet co-founder John Romano, who gave the guys their first-ever private brewery tour, something that they always appreciated. Fast for…
 
Just before we recorded this episode, we realized that this was our first ever podcast with a brewery from Quebec City - something that was truly well overdue. Thanks to our fave guest co-host Noah Forrest of Beerism, we were put onto Brasserie Générale earlier this year, and when Tiff and Cee headed out east this summer they were top of the list t…
 
One of the top contenders for the MVP of Quebec craft beer in 2020 is Pub BreWskey. Helmed by Derrick Robertson, his unique and genre-bending beers have made a huge dent in the QC scene this year, and his sours have essentially made them the "smoothie guys". And while their smoothie sours are unbeatable in Canada, their haze, stouts and crispybois …
 
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