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Episode 47: GLBC’s Latest Beer, Top 5 Emojis, and Brite Winter Fest

For numero 47, we sip on Great Lake’s latest year-round beer, the Great Lakes IPA. In this episode (which features recurring guest Stephen Stephano), we chat about our top five favorite emojis, preview the 2019 Indians season, discuss if the Cavs should stop playing better basketball, and we preview Cleveland’s St. Patrick’s Day celebrations. As always, follow us on social media at @thelotlpodcast (Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram). Festivals/Events/Activities Preview: St. Patrick’s Day Celebrations: March 17,…

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Photo of the Week: First Pour at Great Lakes Brewing Company

Although it is still technically spooky season, any Clevelander knows that mid to late October also means it’s time for Great Lake’s Christmas Ale. Some say it’s too spicy and others say it’s too sweet, but any craft beer aficionado knows that Christmas Ale from Cleveland’s original craft brewery is a must around the holidays. Bursting with sweet honey, crisp cinnamon, and ginger flavors, just a sip of GLBC’s Christmas Ale brings back happy holiday…

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Episode 29: Tribe vs. Htown, Working Class Brewery, and Movie Monsters

Episode 29 features a familiar face, Steve Stephano, as our guest of the night. Things start off real spooky with the Top Five, which is our top five favorite movie monsters! Dan, Jordan, Steve and Jimmy dish out their favorite beasts, ghouls and creatures. After that, LOTL reviews Working Class Brewery, a gritty, straight-forward brewery located in West Park. Jordan explains why he thinks it’s a must-visit if you’re into delicious craft beer, especially if…

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Picture of the Week: Great Lakes Brewery Tour

This past weekend, part of the LOTL crew went out to iconic Great Lakes Brewing Company in Ohio city for their brewery tour. The tour is quite a deal: for only $5, you get a one-hour tour and four 7-oz samples of beer fresh from the tap. But for me, the most impressive part of the tour was the content. Some brewery tours focus exclusively on the science and process of making beer, then you get…

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