and welcome to the beer Vonna show. Hi, Jeff. Hey, Patrick. Wait a minute. You have extra text here? I actually I actually rewrote our script. Isn't that cool? Okay. Yeah. Well, that's okay. So what? I'm gonna freestyle. Then I'll come back to the script. Well, that czar sort of our brand, So that's all right. How you doing? I'm doing pretty good. We're back here at the Falcon Art Building in North Portland. The beautiful studios of X ray FM. They have the green screen up. Yeah, they had the cool X ray a while ago, but now it's green screen. The Berlin has gone the green screens back. No one has any of you were talking about? Well, the studio has cameras in case you wanna do video. And so they have a green screen. In case you want to do backgrounds on DSO We're surrounded by green sheets. Yeah, which is interesting. A scintillating conversation goes This may be was not Are better. Get back to this. Okay. Welcome to the beer on the show. Which, of course, you can download as a podcast. There you are. That's nice. Thank you. Join. You nearly did that one with me is Jeff Alworth, author of several books, including The Beer Bible and The Widmer Way. What? That's good. That's very good. And I'm not doing a voice. You are your Patrick Emerson. Patrick. Oops. Sorry. That was a big pop. I'm Patrick Emerson, professor of economics at Oregon State University. S o you might you know, they're always in context to this, which is which is that I was done with my meeting early on. Uh, wait. So right around the corner from Beautiful Falcon Art Building Studios, Victory FM is Sarah Visa, which is one of Portland's nicest, oldest, coolest fear bars. And you've been drinking. Uh, what way I had Ah, Hellas A little glass of hellis while I was waiting. All right. Uh, well, it's also here in Portland, Oregon. Springtime and we've had sunny weather and the trees were in bloom, and I I noticed the people's moods have been elevated. Yeah, my mood has been elevated. My my cherry tree out front of my house is starting toe bloom. Mhm. So good things are on tap and daylight savings time starts this weekend. That's right. Everybody be alert. Although all good things We don't actually know when you listen to this. So maybe don't be alert. By the way, the Atlantic goat. Amusing to everybody. I'm sure when I was at Sarah Bay. So they have these tables that air, uh, bottle caps that have been encased in Sure, in whatever polyurethane or something like that. And I was using my little iPad, which has this fancy sort of magnetic cover on it. And so I find out there and it was stuck to the e. Thought it was all wet. I thought, Oh, no. I spill my beer, and now it's, like, suctioned on there. But no, it was actually just the magnets and the beer caps s. Oh, there you go. There you go. Attack. All right. Before we get started, we'd like to thank Break Side Brewery for sponsoring this episode of the beer. Gonna show. You can find them in Slab Town, Woodlawn and Milwaukee, Oregon or at break side dot com indeed. Thank you so much. Break side for being our partner here. Uh, so the beer that I had it surveys a was a hell Us by wander for Bellingham. Washington. Yeah. We gotta get up maybe I think Bellingham is a potential stop at some point. Bellingham is one of the most impressive small towns for beer on in the United States may be in the world. It's amazing, and wonder is just one of the fine breweries. There in Bellingham is beautiful, especially in the summer. Beautiful all year round, I'm sure, but especially in the summer, it's amazing place to visit. So yeah, let's do it. All right. On our way toe ZBZ hop, Skip and a jump from Vancouver B C. That's right. Yeah, all right, So that's our plan. Then let's get the intern to set it up. Mhm. Okay, so today's show almost hit podcast if you listen to us on a podcast that it is a podcast, but show is a more all encompassing term. So if you step into a beer hall in Cologne, you'll be handed a Shangla, of course, indeed. Did I do well? You're bitter will come in a pint glass in London and in Brussels you'll be handed a tulip glass on today's show. We're going to dive into the thorny thicket of beer glassware. We've got some on hand, and we'll discuss which is appropriate, as well as some of the features that serve different purposes in each. So this is good, because these days, in brew pubs or or good beer places, depending on the beer you order, you'll get it in different glassware and sometimes sometimes will say, Oh, you'll get a snifter of this so you get a pint of that and then you might wonder, Well, why? And so I have the beard beer expert on hand tell us, and increasingly that's a good that that is happening. It's a good thing. And, uh, until very recently, uh, the only thing you would ever get it in was a shaker pint, the nearly cylindrical ugly glass that was designed toe mixed drinks with Maybe at some point we can.