Bottoms Up #30 – BJ’s Brewhouse

Bottoms Up #30 – BJ’s Brewhouse

This week on Bottoms Up, Ginny and Charlie learn that BJ’s and beer are a great combination. A visit to BJ’s Brewhouse brings us some tasty beer and a discussion on how this national chain is trying to keep their brew-pub roots alive while fitting into Cincinnati’s beer scene.


Run Time: 17 Minutes, 29 Seconds
Download the episode: bottomsup030.mp3

Meet BJ’s Brewhouse
(From the official website bjsrestaurants.com!)

It was 1978 when two guys who had a great recipe for deep dish pizza opened the first BJ’s in Santa Ana, California. The pizza was an immediate hit and, as years went by, new BJ’s restaurants were opened in beach cities along Southern California’s coastline. In 1996, with seven restaurants in operation from San Diego to Los Angeles, the first BJ’s brewery began production in our new restaurant in Brea, California. The introduction of fine handcrafted beer was welcomed by guests and the newly renamed BJ’s Restaurant & Brewery concept was launched. New menu items and new beers have been added through the years as the BJ’s brand has expanded across the U.S.

Our passionate desire to provide extraordinary value for our guests in a high-energy, fun, child-friendly environment, along with a sincere commitment to support the communities in which we do business, goes to the heart of what differentiates BJ’s from other restaurants. It is because of you, our guests, that we have been able to realize a dream and create the company and culture that thrives today. Thank you for being the biggest and most important part of what keeps our dreams alive!

Scenes From Our Tasting
Scenes From Our Meal That Followed
Here’s What We Tried

 

The Music You Hear Throughout the Episode

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Photo by Charlie at MOTR in Cincinnati
on August 8th, 2013

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