Bucs Path to the Super Bowl w/ Chris Meyers - Ep. 166
Cannon Fire Podcast
Tom Brady and the Bucs are one week away from the first ever home-field advantage in the Super Bowl. Chris Meyers of Fox Sports joins the show as we recap Tampa's treacherous path to the Championship, and the Bucs' biggest difference makers throughout the post-season.
I'm Going to Bury You Alive with Trees (with Chris Meyers)
Our guest this week is Chris Meyers! It was awesome talking to Chris about his work as an Alaskan Firefighter, our experiences with mental health, and our favorite Final Fantasy games! We also talked about Covid.. because, well, Cory and his girlfriend probably have it! What a year! (We're fine, no worries folks. Just taking it easy). Then to top it all off Cory's internet connection takes a massive DUMP and we lose him halfway through - he comes back. Enjoy! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cory-and-brandon/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cory-and-brandon/support
Welcome to In The Scene, This week we dive into the business of Coin Operating. We speak with a big time supporter of the indie arcade scene Chris Meyers. Chris is the owner and operator of Starport Arcade & Pub in West Virginia and has been around the block when it comes to coin operating. If you can imagine it he has seen it. Learn about the business as well as how he got into it. Don't forget to like and subscribe, we will are here every Friday with a new video of In The Scene. Indie Wave Arcade Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/indiearcadewave/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/indiearcadewave/ Youtube: https://bit.ly/3e3WQWO Twitter: https://twitter.com/indiearcadewave Discord: https://discord.gg/6GntJQN Starport Arcade and Pub Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/starportarcade/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/starportarcade/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/StarportWV--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/indiearcadewave/support
Episode 56: Chris Meyers co-founder of Crane Brewing
State Your Line: A Kansas City Podcast
Welcome in to State Your Line, voted the Best Local Podcast in Kansas City in The Pitch Magazine and Kansas City Magazine in 2019! This week the Ritz brothers interview Chris Meyers, co-founder of Crane Brewing. This episode includes some of our favorite segments: Vote for us! Corona at the Lake Openings and Closings What'd we try this week People Like Us Walk the Line Mixed Plate of Worst Activities while Hungover
006 - Chris Meyers of Crane Brewing - How to “brew” a brand from scratch
The GenWhy Leaders Podcast
Episode overview: Do you like craft beer? Entrepreneurship? Business strategy? Then you’ll love this episode of the GenWhy Leaders Podcast. We sat down with Chris Meyers, Co-Founder at Crane Brewing Company, LLC. Chris tells us how he started Crane Brewing from scratch with fellow co-founder Michael Crane and a team of experienced brewing professionals. From branding, obtaining investment capital, supply chain and business scaling - this interview is for anyone interested in starting and growing a business. Chris’s Why: “It’s been a process. Not only of the business, but of myself. I never thought growing up I would want to be a business owner. I had no interest in going to business school or taking those particular courses. But this is something that became a passion of mine pretty quickly, as far as brewing goes, and I knew this is something I really wanted to do.” Why Crane Brewing? The company is named after Michael Crane, Chris’s co-founder. The ‘Crane” origami logo is also a play on words of Michael’s last name, but also developed brand recognition and consistency across its various beers. Origami and beer are artforms in and of themselves, and great ice-breakers for getting to know others. How Crane Brewing got started: Chris came from the field of veterinary medicine, but always had an underlying passion to start a brewery. Every sunday, him and his team would spend hours home-brewing small batches in one of their basements. Then they would give away a majority of that beer, hundreds of gallons at a time, while they tried to build the Crane Brewing brand. This got them connected with their first investors and distributors. It was a mix of the right people and the right pieces coming together at the right time. Crane brewed their first batch of beer in 2015. How and when to scale: From the start, Crane has been smart with its business strategy. Unlike most breweries, Crane took a distribution-first strategy, before opening. They believe in focusing on a few key components to be operational at each phase of the business and maximizing revenue. Once stable in each area, then they develop additional revenue streams. Their unique value proposition was in focusing on sour beers when they started. As they perfected receipts and built trust with consumers, they branched out into more traditional beers. Crane then built a taproom attached to the brewery in Raytown, Missouri, just outside of Kansas City. Continuing to grow, Chris and his team are finding ways to enhance the consumer experience at the taproom. Harp Barbeque is now operating out of a newly added kitchen. Crane is also brainstorming ways to expanded beer garden, and partnering with the city of Raytown on opportunities for a bike trail that will soon go right in front of the brewery, and connect to the Katy Trail. How to connect with Chris: Chris@cranebrewing.com
On this episode, Executive Sous Chef at TD Ameritrade Chris Meyers joins us to talk food and baseball and mostly about Tater Tots- Giant effing Tater Tots... Cullen, Monty and Theresa can barely contain themselves. Oh and Chris blah, blah blas a national tragedy and makes a woman feel terrible!