Nick, James, Andy and Boone
Special guests in studio with us this week: Nick Callaway from Loveland Ale Works, David Boone from Prost Brewing Company, Andy Brown from Wynkoop and James Pachorek from The Cheeky Monk, Royal Hilltop and Lost Highway Brewing.
A brew cast or a beer festival is a time for people to unwind and relax. Another way in which a person is relaxed is when he is financially secured. One of the easiest ways to earn money at a faster pace is by trading online.
But not all online trading platforms are trustworthy, as there are plenty of scams and bogus websites. The best bet is to trust the most popular like Bitcoin Code.
What is Bitcoin Code?
Bitcoin Code is an automated trading robot that deals with cryptocurrency mining. It is one of the latest and most efficient platforms for a stable and secured income generation.
Some of the best features of this trading platform are:
- It has an ‘autopilot mode’ enabled that does all the hard work, right from making accurate market predictions to executing deals that seem promising.
- The system makes use of complicated algorithms and codes and calculations but still has made an uncomplicated and simplified interface that makes navigation simpler.
- The system charges no fees, nor are there any additional charges or hidden costs.
- The system is completely browser-based and requires no downloading or installation.
How is the signing up procedure?
The system takes just a few minutes and some easy steps to set up. You only need to sign up at the legitimate site and then transfer a minimum of $250 or more into the account of a reputed broker who works in collaboration with Bitcoin Code.
Once that is completed your account gets activated and the last tread is to turn the automated mechanism on.
Is Bitcoin Code a hoax?
The software has undergone several tests and reviews and all of them have revealed only positive things about the software. The users have also written positive reviews about this app. This proves that Bitcoin Code is a legitimate trading platform.
Nick talked about his brewery in downtown Loveland, why he loves brewing stouts so much, his American Sour Ale with Raspberries and about their one year anniversary coming up next month. Boone talked about Prost’s brewing system, their beers and proper pouring of German brews. Andy and James talked about a collaboration brew the Cheeky Monk and Wynkoop did together. It’s a Black Saison called Saison de Colfax and now on tap only at Wynkoop, Cheeky Monk and Royal Hilltop. Andy also talked about some upcoming brews and James updated us on Lost Highway.