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Episode 16: Red Line Brewery Tour
In this bonus episode Ross, Tony, and Joel go on the annual Red Line Brewery Tour. On a lazy Saturday we take to the Cap Metro and visit the breweries along the rail lane while we talk a lot about Arrested Development and Peter Serafinowicz. We drink ambers at Circle Brewing, lagers at Black Star Co-op, kolsches at The Brewtorium, and pale ales at Zilker Brewing and have a lot of fun in search of stamps and socks. Music for the show: Evil Eye/ The Stranger Rides Tonight by Da
Episode 13 Part 2: Live Oak Extravaganza
This episode is the second of two parts where we visit Live Oak Brewing. We continue our talk with Myk O'Conner from Live Oak while enjoying the shadiest biergarten in Austin. We discuss movies of the 90s, the difference between dinosaurs and Dinosaur Jr, Live Oak's philosophy on smoked beers, competition between taprooms and retail outlets, the prevalence of IPAs, and mourn Lucas Arts. All while drinking Live Oak's Schwarzer Rauch. A smoked black lager full of malts, noble h
Episode 13 Part 1: Live Oak Extravaganza
This episode is the first of two parts where we visit Live Oak Brewing. We get to talk to Myk O'Conner from Live Oak and talk about the shadiest biergarten in town, TABC laws, turning 21, and why you should be careful where you stick your nozzle. All while drinking Live Oak's Grodziskie. A smoked wheat beer now available in cans. And their Liberator dopplebock, a deceptively smooth german lager. We also announce the winner of our 1000 follower/download givaway. Music for the
Episode 12: Revolver Brewing Long-Range Pils
We start season two with a bang. We drink Long-Range Pils from Revolver Brewing. We discuss southern accents, Jude Law, our semester abroad, and our 1000 download contest on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. But who cares about that we talked to Grant Wood, co-founder and head brewer at Revolver Brewing! We talked about his brewing career, his inspiration for Long-Range Pils, and how he, serendipitously, created Blood and Honey. How cool is that?! Well our moms think it's co
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