The Back Story:
Cape Cod Beer owners Todd & Beth Marcus have always been big fans of music, and when they moved to Cape Cod in 1998 they fell in love with MVYRADIO, because they appreciated MVYRADIO’s dedication to seeking out new artists, having varied and interesting programming, and playing a great mix of music that they love! And once they got to know them better they also became big fans of the people that work there!
Cape Cod Beer has been a proud supporter for many years, and loves being a sponsor of the afternoon MindBender. (For the uninitiated the Afternoon MindBender is a daily question where MVYRADIO listeners, who are super-smart, get to prove it every day, by plumbing deep within their grey matter to answer some of the toughest queries on a variety of subjects. Show your smarts weekdays at 3:20pm on 88.7 or streaming live at mvyradio.com!
MVYRADIO MindBender American Pale Ale
When we wanted to create a new beer, namely an American Pale Ale, we were searching out a name and concept when the idea struck us to make a beer that celebrates and honors MVYRADIO and the MindBender, so we’re very excited to bring you Mindbender Pale Ale.
This light & crisp ale is packed with hop flavor that will send you into sensory overload. Pouring a hazy golden color, this refreshing brew is bright with aromas of fresh citrus, grapefruit, and a hoppy dankness. Unlike the daily Mindbender question on MVYRADIO, sipping on this Pale Ale is a no brainer.
This beer is on draft at the brewery & in 16oz cans! The labeled cans have 8 different MindBender questions on them to test your smarts!
Since 1983, WMVY has operated out of a little house, at the end of a dirt road, on a special little Island off the coast of Massachusetts. Independent and eclectic, not unlike the local populace, the station has always remained true to the vision of being a Voice For The Vineyard.
The station’s roots stretch back to the 1970s, when community radio WVOI broadcast out of the same building for a brief period. In 1981, an automated station hit the airwaves on 92.7. But it was May 1983 that WMVY, as you would recognize it, sprung to life, with live DJs and a loose musical format wrapped less around hits and more around quality, under-appreciated artists.
General Mills/Wheaties in 1962
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