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Greg McShea

I've got a long connection to the Mohawk Valley, having attended Utica schools and graduating from Utica College with a B.S. Degree in Public Relations. I've hosted a number of radio programs, and my voice has been heard on the local airwaves through the years. When I'm not broadcasting, I enjoy reading science publications and sci-fi novels, traveling to some favorite vacation spots, and anything "Star Trek". I am a native of the Utica area and have many friends and family members in the area.
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Toast A Green Beer On St. Patrick’s Day [VIDEO]

Some of us may be interested in hoisting a green beer on St. Patrick's Day. There's no real mystery here how to make your own, but I do recall that when I worked as a tour Guide at the F.X. Matt Brewing Company, they refused to inject kegs of draft beer with green food coloring, and I respect that. So, if you want to make one of your own, watch this video.

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Cape Cod Brewery – A Vacation Destination

During our vacation in Cape Cod last September, my wife and I searched out some new destinations. Of course, I found a brewery! As a former tour guide during my college days at the F.X. Matt Brewery, I appreciate other breweries (and brewery tour guides) and discovered Cape Cod Brewery in Hyannis, Cape Cod Massachusetts.

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Irish Soda Bread For St. Patrick’s Day – Recipe [VIDEO]

With a name like McShea, you know that I'm a wee bit Irish. And one food item that I look forward to at St. Patrick's time is Irish Soda bread. If you've never had it, it's like a combination raisin bread-rye bread, but looks more like a muffin. What?

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Utica A Hub Of Brewing In the 19th And 20th Centuries

You know that Utica is home to the F.X. Matt Brewing Company, but you may not know the number of breweries that existed in this area during the 19th and 20th centuries. With good water and nearby hop farms in the Waterville area, Utica had the right stuff to be in the beer business.

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