A Minnesota Trans-Atheist : Transgender Atheism Science Skepticism Advocacy
About This Show
Maddy Love, transwoman living in Minnesota, talks with and about people in the trans, atheism, skepticism, and science communities. Then, since there's no one to stop her, she talks about anything else she finds interesting or irritating - like podcast hosts writing summaries in 3rd person.
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Ep 39 Culhane Brewing Company
Call the show at 612-643-1108 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/transatheistpod Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/transatheistpod Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/transatheistpod/ Main show page is http://www.thequeerlife.org/category/transatheistpod/ The Trans Lifeline is http://www.translifeline.org/ US: (877) 565-8860 and Canada: (877) 330-6366 Quick links: 6:15 Kathleen Culhane of Culhane Brewing Company In this episode I sit down with Kathleen Culhane of The Culhane Brewing Company to discuss how she came to open her first, and now her second taproom right here in Saint Paul. I love beer, I love music, and I love touching, smelling, and experiencing history. Kathleen and I met through a mutual friend and classmate, and as a podcaster who enjoys profiling the local transgender community, I was extremely interested in having her on the show, and just as cool, well for me at least, was she said we could chat in her unfinished taproom-which is a former concert venue…It used to be Ryans, and The Lab, and Station 4…but for the last few years it was just empty. Kathleen had suggested we meet outside, as the renovations on the building meant that she currently didn’t have a front door, and that we would have to “wind through a labyrinth” to get to the tap room. Labyrinth was an apt description, once through the front door we quickly turned to go down a flight of steps, and as we did so, modernity began to quickly leave. My favorite part of the basement was the old unused and unrepaired boiler in the corner, which had for some reason that had long ago vanished from memory, an old dusty typewriter perched on it. The typewriter seemed both out of place, but at the same time, it was somehow exactly where it should be, just like the new owner. The majority of craft brewers in Minnesota are middle age white cisgender heterosexual men with bushy beards or, at the very least, fanciful mustaches.
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Interviews and opinions about current events. Always appreciate hearing from people and organizations in Minnesota, across the United States, and occasionally from around the world.
Date published: 2014-10-16