33 Beers on the Radio Today!

Hey, Portland audiophiles! I’m going to be on Lisa Morrison’s radio show this afternoon talking about the 33 Beers books. The show, “Beer O’Clock” airs on KXL 750 (AM) from 3-4 PM every Saturday. If you’re not within radio distance of PDX and would like to hear what I sound like on the radio through an iPhone, you can download the podcast next Monday from the station’s website.

In other 33 Beers news, I restocked both Belmont Station and Saraveza last night, so be sure to stop by after you hear my colorful, rambling origin story on the radio. Bailey’s Taproom is also stocking the books and represents our flagship downtown location.

And of course, you can also purchase the booklets online if you’re outside PDX but inside the USA. I’ll guarantee pre-Christmas arrival for any books ordered online before 11 PM Pacific time on Sunday, December 20th.

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3 Responses to “33 Beers on the Radio Today!”

  1. Shawn Morrill Says:


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    Just received my 33 Beers books in the mail yesterday. Two thumbs up!

    I don’t know how I could have never seen your blog before. Beer and Meat; my two favorite things.

    Just stumbled on your Makin Bacon post. Coincidentally, I’ve got bacon cold smoking as I type this. I’ll be posting a slightly humorous story of my bacon making adventure to my (fairly new) blog soon.

    Keep up the good work.

  2. Ana K. Says:


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    Great idea! Would love to buy some for my friends.
    Is it possible to ship the books to Europe?
    Was on my way to check-out at the on-line store, but noticed “U.S. orders only” remark..
    Thanx!
    Greetings from Germany!

  3. Dave Selden Says:


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    Ana, send me an e-mail using the contact form (link top right) and let me know how many you’d like. Shipping is the big hassle when sending to Europe, as the cost varies greatly depending on weight.


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