Podcast: Interview with Patrick Chinn from The Market @ La Comisaria

In this very special edition of the Ale Evangelist Show, the guys are pleased to have Patrick Chinn from The Market at La Comisaria. In this show, they chat with Patrick about how he got started with craft beer, and how he ended up in Linden offering up an insane selection of craft beer.

Even More Jesus is an incredible imperial stout. One of Drew's favorites, and for good reason.

Even More Jesus is an incredible imperial stout. One of Drew’s favorites, and for good reason.

They also ask him how he migrated to Modesto and asked him some of what it’s like to run a market like The Market. Patrick was a truly gracious guest, and if you’ve not made it in there to chat with Patrick and get some amazing craft beer, you need to do so. Patrick is a fantastic human being, and is providing some incredible craft beers for purchase at The Market.

The Brown Note is a really tasty brown ale, despite the can design. Just drink with your eyes closed and pretend you never saw the skidmarks.

The Brown Note is a really tasty brown ale, despite the can design. Just drink with your eyes closed and pretend you never saw the skidmarks.

Cheers to Patrick for what the Scotsman and Drew hope is a semi-regular guest appearance on the Ale Evangelist Show.

Patrick brought two great beers with him to try on the show. Even More Jesus from Evil Twin Brewing and the Brown Note from Against The Grain Brewing, which they talked about on the show last week make for a great evening on the Ale Evangelist Show.

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Podcast: The Market & Trying New Beers

A sour , salted sour brewed with watermelon juice? Salty melons, indeed!

A sour , salted sour brewed with watermelon juice? Salty melons, indeed!

In this show, the Scotsman and Drew try a fantastic sour (Paradox Beer Company’s Scully #30) provided to them by Patrick at The Market @ La Comisaria. If you love craft beer and are anywhere near Modesto, you NEED to be visiting the Market located at 500 7th St in downtown Modesto. Amazing craft beer selection, great, friendly service, and a fantastic meat counter.

Also discussed are how to take the plunge and try new beers.  Been interested in breaking out of that rut of drinking the same ol’ beer every night or weekend? The ale evangelists discuss ways you can be successful at trying new things! (Hint: One way is stopping by The Market and talking with Patrick! He won’t steer you wrong!)

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