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  • we are at the Yngling factory or this.

  • The distribution center like brewery were at America's oldest brewery, America's oldest brewery here.

  • A more exciting.

  • Hey, guys, we're America's oldest brother.

  • Eso We're just waiting right now for our tour guide, and they're just gonna take us out and show us around the factory.

  • Oh, and then if you have open toe shoes, they can let you borrow their closed toe shoes.

  • You know, you don't want to borrow your shoes.

  • You should bring your own shoes, every closed, closed toe shoes.

  • Yeah, it was a little store gift shop.

  • You know, you could get healing trucks.

  • Oh, they're autograph is 29.

  • Okay, It's actually ah, lot of people here today, so they had to split up the 10.

  • 32 or two groups.

  • Bobby's.

  • You have time they re getting started a tour?

  • Oh, yeah.

  • They're not doing any productions because the weekend John, when you get an extra sample, that's today.

  • You think Okay, she has You're frankly like what?

  • Okay, Okay.

  • Yeah.

  • The tour was fun.

  • We learned about the beer process at Yangling.

  • Um, they had, like, an old fermenting station, but then 2014 they made a new one.

  • And so, like the old one is used for its like a museum now.

  • But so we learned, like the whole process.

  • Way learned that there that the oldest brewing company in America way saw pictures of handling the owner who started it.

  • He was looked very grumpy.

  • What else do we dio?

  • We saw the processing center, but since it's on a Saturday, nobody's working.

  • So you don't get to see the whole process with, like, the bottles moving and everything, so that kind of sucked.

  • But so if you wanna do this tour, don't come on a Saturday.

  • Go on a weekend.

  • If you mean on a week day if you can, because you'll see the whole process with the bottles moving.

  • Um, what else?

  • Oh, that's right.

  • Yes, we get a free Sam Extra, for example, since we don't get to see the bottles in production.

  • But I mean, overall, I thought, you know, it was pretty informative.

  • Learned more about youngling and it's free.

  • It's all free.

  • This story okay, E Okay.

  • Look at all that beer.

  • You got pretty tasty.

  • Thank you.

  • I think one big black Attash Andi this'll one eyes the golden pilsner on then this one is e like names.

  • Lord Chesterfield sounds British E I was surprised that she said, This is actually a lighter beer.

  • Even that start it's not your typical dark hair like, Yeah, that's I wanted to try it.

  • So it's a mixture of their porter and they're like, Yeah, different you I e like it.

  • It's always a very like e Wanna say it tastes.

  • It's like a kind of similar in Newcastle.

  • Yeah, I think this one is the golden Pilsner I'm making here.

  • This'll one here.

  • Yeah, do that e describe the flavor?

  • Yeah, that's what it is.

  • Very interesting.

  • E think I like this one better e that I don't like it.

  • It's just, um Yeah, like the flavor of the black and tan.

  • This'll one like it's like, Oh, really shoot Thio.

  • Maybe it's good for, like, a pool or the beach.

  • This e feel like I want to feel like a lime in it or something.

  • Like a corona.

  • Yeah, this'll one is they four Chesterfield.

  • See how fancy it tastes.

  • Come on, my friend.

  • I like this one has, like that type, taste, flavor Thio.

  • It's really light.

  • It is very light.

  • E do like light beer, but reminds me of a push light.

  • Actually, Anheuser Busch type Very, very watery type down here.

  • All right, so this is the box supporter.

  • I'm so fast.

  • They agree that cross, I thought this is a reporter, Leo e.

  • Still enjoy this one more about that.

  • Partners.

  • I'm used Thio.

  • More partners on history.

  • Really thick, creamy again, kind of really like like really water.

  • What I found interesting, though, is that the brewing process, the different types of beers that you get is all about how the bolts are done was like a caramel booth where they're black.

  • And I didn't know that e thought that was pretty interesting.

  • Interesting part for me was that can hear is actually wait more fresh than Booth here doesn't get any light in it.

  • And you want here to be out of the light, so the darker it is, we'll keep it stored in a darker place, the better.

  • So you're buying the air, get canned beer on, make sure you get the one in the back of the shelf where it's been in the dark.

  • The locket so a better explanation was.

  • The reason is because the light enters the glass Is the liking actually becoming a contact with beer?

  • And she said a chemical reaction takes place, and it produces the same chemical that that that skunks used.

  • And that's why, yeah, yeah, reference skunky beer.

  • Because pretty soon, E that was interesting.

  • Did you guys thinking that?

  • E think my favorite is the booth?

  • Uh, you know, that is a company because I use the tools.

  • Yeah, Black and Decker s.

  • My favorite is the black and tan, not the Black and Decker.

  • So this one's my two sons.

  • That which was your favorite?

  • Yeah.

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Free Yeungling Beer Tour in Tampa, Florida with Free Beer Samples!

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