Chris and Jay from Nothington join the boys this week from the parking lot of the Great Scott in Boston. They discuss if San Francisco lives up to Katy Perry’s description of California, life on tour, and the song writing process. Listen in as Keith does his best not to be a giant fanboy.
This episode the boys are joined by Drew and Missa from The Callouts. A wide ranging conversation ensues, with topics ranging from beer and music to Balsamic Vinegrettes and obscure 1980’s cult films. Listen in and find out, who are the Callouts?
This weeks Beer is Big Cranky IPA from Stony Creek. It’s advertised as “extraordinarily drinkable”. We couldn’t agree more.
Music is brought to you by The Callouts….obviously.
This week the boys discuss the tangible effects of doing things that are good for the world. We also get our first listen to Rob’s 5 minutes of fitness, featuring a write-in email from a listener. All while enjoying a tasty brew from Lord Hobo Brewing!
Eric, from Soundoff and Senior Discount, joins the boys to Defend the creative process behind writing and recording a punk album. They also discuss their favorite breweries, fitness tips, and eras of punk rock.
Co-hosts of Agreeing to Disagree: The Chuck and Brad Podcast join the boys this week. They captavatingly defend three hundred episodes of their podcast, hijinks of live podcasts, and social justice. Listen to the dynamic duo that inspired this very podcast.
Brian, of Candere Photography, joins the boys this week and brings a sampling of beers from Proclamation brewing. They defend the importance of paying attention to details, embracing your inner geek, and being brothers. He also provides us with our first outtake.
Beer of the week: Proclamation’s Derivative, Simcow, Stalk, Tendril IPAs and their Ender, which is a sour ale.
Ryan from Bears! Bears! Bears! joins the boys this week and defends being a beer snob, ska punk, and traveling for work. They also discuss how one becomes a trombone player, is it to impress the ladies? Find out below.
Beer of the week: Newburyport Brewing’s Das Kolsch. A delicious grainy take on the German Classic.
This week the boys are joined by an old friend, and current Coventry Police Officer, Randy Polion. This stern fellow gives us a glimpse into the life of an officer, reinvents our beer rankings, and defends himself against a beer related insult.
Beer of the week: Robinson’s Trooper, a British beer brewed with help of Bruce Dickinson, Lead singer of Iron Maiden.