Beer Camp #6
Another adventure on our in-room road tour of the 2014 Beer Camp series. Fire up the diving bell, we’re headed deep with this Torpedo Pils. Yeah, that’s the name of it,which is a collaboration between Sierra Nevada and Firestone. Oh, Firestone, what nice boxes their beloved special editions come it.
Yes, we still make Tide reference, but Eric learns “new math”. Adam also shares his Crayola trivia with a little history lesson. Not to be outdone by Adam, Wayne realized we weren’t drinking wine.
Beer camp #5
Our journey continues, in a can. Yes, the next installment of our Bee Camp trip in delivered in a can; a “can-fusion” as it were. This collaboration is with Oscar Blues, a producer of some of more enjoyed beers. What comes in the can is a Rye Bach. We weren’t sure what that would taste like either and we almost didn’t find out.
This episode just wouldn’t get off the ground. Once it did, however, Wayne pokes his eye out, nearly, and we delve into his Catholic up bringing. Yes, it is a very thought clearing episode.
The 2014 Beer Camp tour continues with stop #4 at Yonder Bock(TM), a tropical maibock collaboration between Sierra Nevada and Cigar City. This episode 17 (AKA the Sin Flute Episode), we modestly classify it as one of the “Best Of” episodes.
We do your part with a PSA about the sun and declare Florida a tropic state. It is our way of giving back to the community. You will hear Adam having a Wayne Out of Body experience (whatever that means).
Discover what the difference is between our (unofficial) sponsor Tide and Sun detergent (a un-superior product). Spoiler, it has to do with guava, which should be displayed right next to Tide in the stores.
In other news, Wayne is pushing 5 bills, Adam gets bitter over the lack of bitterness, and Eric takes the shorty.
In this episode we explore the nuances of Minnesota’s speech patterns through the proper pronunciation of Itasca and Eric learns how to pronounce Imp. Wayne admits he’s half centaur and takes a nap. All the while we conduct an in-depth review of New York’s BYOB law, well as in-depth as Google and without an attorney will provide.
We continue our Beer Camp series tour and discuss the finer points of brewery marketing strategies around the collaboration between Sierra Nevada and Ballast Point. During which, we discover so many things about each other and avoid a historic tragicomedy.
We undercover a conspiracy of web masters working against Eric, Wayne is finally invited to the podcast, We discover Adam’s fear of clowns with weed-beady eyes, and Jason finally tells Wayne to shut-up, again.
Adam almost, tragically loses two friends, but we found them for him as comic relief.
Today’s show is brought to you by Science. So grab the kids and gather around the old radio to learn about Maillard’s Reaction.
Wayne brings the setups for awkward moments, Adam ends up in court after slapping something away from his face, and Eric’s slurping begins.
Also, you’ll also get the mustache education you never needed or wanted.
We declare our independence during this show and reenact the revolutionary war. We take on two barleywines; one American and one English from Clown Shoes brewing. Eric goes on and on and on and on about his beer adventures (#PompusAss). Wayne has a special name for his barn, as soon as he owns one. Also, Adam sings us his own version of Royals.
Today’s show also includes some very special guests from California via Ohio via Virginia. Eric’s parents are in the studio, just because…well, just because. Let the hilarious family stories begin! Also, learn more about Waubeek, IA than you ever needed to know.
Indeed this episode was a real Hot Box. See what I did just there? No? Well, you will once you listen to this riveting installment of One-N-Done.