A Grade Podcast
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Joe and Jackie have found in their travels that some of the best coffee and beer experiences in the world can be enjoyed at local roasters and breweries. These unique businesses produce goods as fresh as they come, and as such, offer communities near and far amazing flavors that stand out proudly compared to the average brand name stuff.
When Joe isn’t grading college papers and Jackie isn’t grading middle school essays, the pair hit the road, trying new locations to discuss on their weekly podcast, “A Grade”. Will this week’s review be of a coffee roaster? A brewery? Tune in wherever you listen to podcasts every Monday at 9am EST to find out!
This week we visited Fundati Coffee in Lincoln, Rhode Island. So how does it stack up to other coffee roasters?
This week we visited Tilted Barn Brewery in Exeter, Rhode Island. So how does it stack up to other breweries?
This week we visited Shearwater Coffee in Fairfield Connecticut. So how does it stack up to the other roasters out there?
This week, A Grade Podcast tastes, reviews, and grades Peconic County Brewing in Riverhead, NY.
North Fork Roasting Co., by all accounts, fits in perfect within its village of Southold, NY.
It’s not often that you’re greeted by three golden retrievers at the door to a brewery, but that was what we were met with as we entered Six Harbors Brewing Co.
The Coffee Pedaler in New Haven, Connecticut stood out to us as we were using Google Maps to find just the right place for a little rest and refueling.