The Coming Craft Beer Voyager Show On YouTube

I have some exciting news! Next week we will be filming the very first episode of The Craft Beer Voyager Show at Shannon Brewing Company near Fort Worth, Texas. The show is set to provide 20-25 minute episodes with each episode featuring an independent craft brewery. We will receive an in depth tour of the brewery and their brewing process followed by a tasting session and interviews with the owner and brewers.

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One of the main purposes of the show is to create an independent craft brewery awareness and to help inform the audience (especially those that don’t drink craft beer) about what craft beer is all about and that it is not your father’s canned, flavorless classic. We will upload new episodes every two weeks and in between uploads we will also upload a smaller series within the channel.

The smaller series will feature two different series with the first being called Craft Beer Tips With The Voyager that will be about 5 minutes in length and will go over different facts, stats and information about craft beer and the industry as a whole. The second series will be Tasting With The Voyager which will feature myself (The Voyager) sampling new and rare releases. The smaller series is set to be released on a weekly basis.

Go ahead and check out the Craft Beer Voyager Show on YouTube and become one of the first subscribers! The intro video is set to be uploaded and released sometime in the next few days and will keep you updated. Until then go ahead and sip, savor and enjoy! Cheers and God bless!

-Michael Thacker


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