This week, the guys talk music and pop culture with special guest Onofre Ramiscal from Taking the Lead Media podcast (takingtheleadmedia.com) while enjoying some Big Wave Golden Ale from Kona Brewing Company.
In this week's one-year anniversary episode, the guys discuss A Few Too Many (UK pop-punk band), The Babysitter and The Babysitter: Killer Queen (horror/comedy movies on Netflix), and Trippy Rickey Cherry Lime Ale from Hop Valley Brewing.
This week, the guys discuss Fluorescents (post-pop-punk band from Chicago) and Unknown Origins (Spanish film on Netflix) while enjoying some Dragon's Milk Bourbon Barrel-Aged Stout from New Holland Brewing.
This week, the guys talk about Autumn Fires (UK pop punk band) and What Keeps You Alive (horror/thriller film on Netflix) while enjoying some Wild Little Thing Slightly Sour Ale from Sierra Nevada Brewing.
The guys hang out in the Batcave and discuss Hot Mulligan (band from Lansing, Michigan) and what could be the next big pop culture phenomenon while enjoying some Nut Crusher Peanut Butter Porter from Wild Ride Brewing.
In their first week back together in the same room, the guys discuss The Home Team (pop punk band from Seattle) and The Simpsons' predictions while enjoying some Orange Whip Hazy IPA from Fortside Brewing Company.
Two weeks ago, the guys talked about No, This is Patrick! This week, they're talking WITH No, This is Patrick! About music! And Star Wars! And beer (like Hop Valley's Stash Panda and Peanut Butter Blackberry Sour from Southern Grist Brewing)!
In their first socially-distant, remotely-recorded episode, the guys continue their discussion of video game consoles while Kyle enjoys some Old Rasputin Russian Imperial Stout from North Coast Brewing Co.
In these challenging times, the guys discuss some of the things they like about Seattle, including their favorite fellow bands, Brian "The Boz" Bosworth, and Lucille IPA from Georgetown Brewing Company.
To commemorate the upcoming Friday the 13th, the guys discuss the Friday the 13th movie franchise (of course) as well as the differences between "superstition" and "supernatural," all while enjoying Voodoo Ranger Imperial IPA from New Belgium Brewing.