Utah’s One Thing: Josh Cameron Activist/Volunteer/Veteran/The Dude

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At the end of every New Utah interview we like to ask our guests, “What is the one thing that you would tell someone visiting Utah they had to do before leaving?”

Josh Cameron our local activist, political volunteer, veteran and the dude sat down with us for episode 79. Josh told us that his one thing that someone visiting Utah should do before leaving is make sure to enjoy our micro-brews! He said some of the ones to try are Epic, Wasatch, and Uinta. We love that this is an on-going one thing for our guests.

Josh said one of his personal favorites is is Ba-Ba Black Lager from Uinta Brewing!

 

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Utah’s One Thing: Jeff of Mountain West Cider

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At the end of every New Utah interview we like to ask our guests, “What is the one thing that you would tell someone visiting Utah they had to do before leaving?”

Previously we were joined by Jen of Mountain West Cider in episode 18 but this time, for episode 63, we were able to ask Jeff the other owner of Mountain West Cider what his one thing someone visiting Utah should do! Jeff said to check out the craft brewing scene in Utah. He also said go to church. As in go to the Tabernacle at Temple Square and check out the flowers in the spring or the lights in the winter. Jeff said that Salt Lake City is to the Mormon church like Rome is to the Vatican. We think he has a point. We also love putting brewing and the LDS church SLC temple grounds in the same entry!

Mormonnewroom.org Mormonism in Pictures

MormonNewsRoom.Org Time Lapse Video of Lights on Temple Square

Only in your State has a great list but there are a couple missing like Proper Brewing and RoHa Brewing to name a couple!

We did a list on episode 58 about the Brewery on the ByWay from the Salt Lake Tribune that has many of Salt Lake City’s brewers locations in downtown Salt Lake.

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Episode 58 Hippos are Fast and Dangerous too!

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Since it was the 4th of July, we decided to just have a show to ourselves. Greedy, aren’t we!?
The festivities are done for a couple weeks til we circle ’round to the 24th of  July or Pie and Beer day as we like to celebrate!
This week we talked about marijuana being sold in Nevada legally now. Which not sure what the big deal is, our east side neighbor has already been doing it! Jason Chaffetz is FINALLY out of his Senate seat. Praise the wee baby Jesus.
With many of our Utah breweries recently winning awards, and because we love our local liquor and brewers, episode 58 we did a run through of the Brewers Byway that Kathy Stephenson – The Salt Lake Tribune reported on. We are lucky to have an influx of craft beers in Utah and each of them add something unique to the Utah brewing community!
Here are links to each Brewery on the Byway…
West Side Tavern (Utah Brewers Coop)

 

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And no… Jessica’s vagina still doesn’t talk… as far as we know.

 

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