51 - A Liter of Pilsner with Todd and Laura Lacy from Attic Brewing Company
The Best Best Friends Podcast in The World
We're going back and we're bringing breweries with us. We are joined on this episode by husband and wife brewery owners, Todd and Laura Lacy of Attic Brewing Company. We talk to Todd and Laura about their brewery, which just celebrated it's 1 year anniversary, their beer, how they accidentally got into canning, their neighborhood, their plans for expansion and their taproom. And of course we are tasting some of their fine brews. Also Tom is pitching a movie idea to Dan and how we can get funding. Check out the live stream at Twitch.tv/bestbestfriendspodcast Save $10 on your first box of $25 or more on Tavour with Promo Code BESTBESTFRIENDSPOD Follow Todd and Laura on Instagram @atticbrewing The featured beers of the episode: Fast Tracker Session IPA by https://www.atticbrewing.com Bloodhound Brown Ale by https://www.atticbrewing.com Remember to Subscribe, Rate and Review UNTAPPD - @Bestbestfriendspod INSTAGRAM - @Bestbestfriendspod FACEBOOK - @Bestbestfriendspod TWITTER - @BBFPod EMAIL - BestBestFriendsPod@gmail.com--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Brew World Order Ep.22 - Attic Brewing Co. - Laura Lacy
Brew World Order
Welcome to Brew World Order with Mike Kurtin. This is an informative podcast that gets inside the minds of brewery owners. In this episode, I sit down with Laura Lacy, owner of Attic Brewing Co. in Philadelphia, P.A. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Podbean, Spotify, iTunes, Stitcher, Google Podcast, SoundCloud and Youtube, so you never miss an episode.
Episode 128 - No Labels, No Limits podcast with Rapid Transformational Therapist, Laura Lacy Thomspon,
No Labels, No Limits podcast
Laura Lacy-Thompson is a Rapid Transformational Therapist and Certified Life Coach. Beyond that, some call her a Coach, Entrepreneur, Mom, Native New Yorker or Tennis Enthusiast!Her niche is helping female entrepreneurs increase their income and impact by removing their limiting beliefs, upgrading their mindset and taking inspired action. For busy coaches, consultants, healers and therapists who struggle to break through a 5-figure ceiling Laura offers dramatic breakthroughs.Listen in to hear why...it's important not to ignore your own well-being or feelings when going through a crisis. Eventually, these suppressed feelings will catch up to you.a superficial mindset work will not be effective when dealing with trauma or subconscious limiting beliefs. It's necessary to dig deep to heal. Hypnosis is one very effective method to achieve this deep healing.Learn more and connect with Laura Lacy Thompson here:https://www.lauralacy-thompson.com/work-with-laura https://www.instagram.com/coachlauralacythompson/https://www.linkedin.com/in/laura-lacy-thompson/https://www.facebook.com/lauralacytlauralacy-thompson.com Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
PWPvideo Executiver Producer Michael Schweisheimer talks with MISSION Story Slam 4 winner (and Crowd Favorite) Laura Lacy. Laura and her husband Todd are the founders of Attic Brewing in Germantown Philadelphia. Laura talks about building a brewery that not only serves great beer, but serves the community as well.
Laura Lacy and her husband Todd are owners of Attic Brewing Co, the first brewery to open in Germantown in 100 years.Laura grew up in a suburb of Chicago and moved to Philadelphia in 2005 to work at Valley Forge National Park. There she met her husband Todd and got her first taste of craft beer. In this interview, Laura explains why she and her husband chose Germantown to launch their craft brewery.What exactly is a craft brewery? Here's a description from the Brewers Association:Craft brewers are small brewers.The hallmark of craft beer and craft brewers is innovation. Craft brewers interpret historic styles with unique twists and develop new styles that have no precedent.Craft beer is generally made with traditional ingredients like malted barley; interesting and sometimes non-traditional ingredients are often added for distinctiveness.Craft brewers tend to be very involved in their communities through philanthropy, product donations, volunteerism and sponsorship of events.Craft brewers have distinctive, individualistic approaches to connecting with their customers.Craft brewers maintain integrity by what they brew and their general independence, free from a substantial interest by a non-craft brewer.The majority of Americans live within 10 miles of a craft brewer. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.