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Tröegs Brewing Co.

The Session welcomes Chris and John Trogner of Pennsylvania's Tröegs Brewing Company

Broadcast Date: 2011-06-27 17:00:00

Running time: 03:49:08

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Harrisburg, PA
Ask, and ye shall receive. By popular demand, The Session returns with another Monday night broadcast this week. The Brewcasters will be joined by founders Chris and John Trogner of Tröegs Brewing Company in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Since 1997, the Trogner brothers have been producing some of the North East's best craft beer. Tune in to hear how they combined their marketing skills with their passion for brewing, and built Tröegs into one of the East Coast's most popular brands.

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... by Steve, June 23, 2011
eh Monday show
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Love the Pale by Eric Rauch, June 29, 2011
Hey Chris and John:

I live in Atlanta, but my dad does work for you guys now and then (John Rauch) and he always has a case of the Pale Ale at the house for me when I visit. Keep up the great work. Any chance that you want to set up a brewery in Atlanta?
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Archive Links Broken? by Dave, January 08, 2012
This one, including many others are giving me issues. Says the file cannot be found or something like that. Please fix as I absolutely love the show!
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