The long awaited episode “drop” is here… hey, hey, hey, heeeeeeee’s baaaaack! We welcome back our special guest Hootie Bowman for a record 4th episode. And if you think you’ve heard his stories, well, you’ve never heard them quite like this.
We were very fortunate to be gifted three nice craft beers from the Northern Virginia area: Changing Lanes Double IPA by Beltway Brew Co. (Sterling, VA), Local Lager by Three Notch’d Brewing and Ghost Fleet New England IPA by Vanish Farmwoods Brewery (Leesburg, VA); as well as a very suiting brown ale for this episode called The Brown Note from Against the Grain Brewery (Louisville, KY). Thanks again for the beers, Chip—we mean, Henry 😉
We also talk about nicknames, Josh’s new “title” around Hickory, disturbing grandparent photos, and other crappy topics. Strap in and hold on, because the Deuce is loose!
Been a while… too long. We’re finally back to pound out another episode so get ready for it! We review three craft beers from our home state of North Carolina: If I Were In Your Shoes Hazy Pale Ale from Ass Clown Brewing Company (Cornelius, NC), #10 American Light Lager from Brown Truck Brewery (High Point, NC) and Valdez Coffee Stout from Pisgah Brewing Company (Black Mountain, NC). Who was the Bonus Jonas brother? Why is it called a chili dog, we ask? (You may or may not think that involves an actual hot dog in the bun!) And a misguided mishap you can only be a part of during COVID. Join us for brews or just laugh along… all on this episode!
Cheers? Absolutely! We’re back at it and reviewing two tremendous North Carolina beers: Omega Point Barrel-Aged Barleywine from Olde Hickory Brewery (Hickory, NC) and Absolute Block Dry Irish Stout from Sidetracked Brewery (Morganton, NC). We discuss what it’s like to be stood up at an early morning beer release, and how our home-brew stacks up against an NC Beer Cup gold medal-winning beer. More fun and laughs to be had… tune in now!
What’s that you say… the People’s what? Well, you’ll just have to find out by listening to this podcast, where we review Pasing Helles Lager and Get the Gose on Berries from Devil’s Logic Brewing (Charlotte, NC), as well as The People’s Elbow Hazy IPA from New Sarum Brewing Co. (Salisbury, NC). Oh, whoops, just gave half of the title away! We also talk about a famous duck named “Long Boy” and why he may have gotten his name, the robots behind the CAPTCHA “prove you are not a robot”, Beer Slushies, and some very memorable prank calls. And was it really all that fun to “stay” at the YMCA like the song suggests? All this and more… tune in now!
FUZZDUSTER—What the heck!?! Listen now to learn how to make a FuzzDuster from Elysian Brewing Company (Seattle, WA) by blending their Space Dust IPA and Super Fuzz Blood Orange Pale Ale. We’re not joking with ya, it’s ahh-olee shitahhh—good stuff. We also delve into some serious subjects: Unfortunate city names, the origin of talking parrots, and why Fitty Cent said it was “her birthday” in the first place. This one’s a quickie, but much like in life, that can be a good thing?
We’re back! And my-oh-my do we have some stories to tell. Sandwich pic texts? 1,000 year old eggs? Favorite candy? An overdose on Flintstone Vitamins? Let us just say, “Yes, yes, yes, and… yes!” We start this episode with our very own home-brewed Dry Irish Stout (which still needs a name), and also feature Soft and Sublime New England IPA from Wise Man Brewing (Winston-Salem, NC) and Wicked Hazy Juicy New England IPA from Samuel Adams Brewing (Boston, MA). We finish with another round of “Think Fast” and tons of laughs. You don’t want to miss this episode!