#6 Life, Beer & Politics w/ Governor John Hickenlooper (Rebroadcast)

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This is a rebroadcast of episode #6, which originally aired in June of 2016.

In this episode of The Road to Now, we speak with Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper about his memoir The Opposite of Woe: My Life in Beer and Politics and the ways that his peculiar & fascinating life interact with the greater history of our country.

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Gov. Hickenlooper shares his family history, which he traces back to the earliest settlers of the Pennsylvania colony in the 1680s, and talks about a wide variety of fascinating topics including the urban/rural split in Colorado, the Grateful Dead, and his friendship with Kurt Vonnegut. Gov. Hickenlooper also talks about his years as a geologist, working in real estate, opening Denver's first brew pub, and the value that comes from hanging a light on one's weaknesses in the pursuit of excellence. We hope you enjoy this episode as much as we enjoyed our time with Gov. Hickenlooper.

Click here to learn more about John Hickenlooper’s campaign for the Presidency in 2020.

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You can get the audiobook The Oppposite of Woe: My Life in Beer and Politics read by Gov. Hickenlooper on Libro.fm and support your favorite local bookstore at the same time. Click here and enter promo code RTN at checkout for 3 months of membership for just $15!