Virtual Realty, Formula 1, Super Heroes, and two voices that could coax a lion to sleep. Couple all that with a review of Wicked Beaver’s Timber Ale and you have Witty Banter. Get at it.
Gather ’round the table of permanence today as Witty Banter finally embarks on its season 2 journey. The Banterers give you an in-depth look at Bitcoins and round out the show with a fun game of guessing. This weeks beer is Rogue Brewery’s Hazelnut Brown Nectar.
Finally another episode! After another small break, your hosts get back into the studio to try out the shows’s new format. Join us as we start fresh with new segments, a redesigned news layout, and another beer to review.
Your hosts break into the new round of episodes with a bang. Join us as we discuss Nintendo’s future and the vast spread of Steamboxes set for release. Also, stick around for the show’s new outro.
2013 has come and gone and your banterer’s are ready to talk about it. Join us as we ramble on about whatever, drink heavily, and rate a whole bunch of stuff. Oh, and Max is here too, because we’re cool like that.
There’s no better present than sitting down and listening to Witty Banter’s first four person show. Rather than bore you with news, we get down to brass tacks on complaints from the past, holiday traditions, and favorite bands. Get at it.
Your hosts settle back into their Austin studio and bust out a few news items. Lindsey Lohan is ridiculous, Xbox One and Ps4 have sold a lot, and steam is killing it. The beer of today is Independence Brewery’s Convict Hill Oatmeal Stout. Get at it.
Guess who’s back? The man himself, Max Scott, joins us as we outline all the reviews for the Playstation 4 and Xbox One. We weigh in on the positives and negatives, and ultimately make a decision on which one to buy, all while enjoying Omme Gang’s Three Philosophers Quadruple Ale.
The hosts stop into the studio today for a shorter, laid back episode. The beer under observation is Rogness’ Ost Porter, while we highlight our top 3 gaming moments of all time.
This week your hosts contemplate art and market places while giving useful news tidbits. This comes into your ears gloriously as we review Elda M.’s Milk Stout. Give it a listen, there is no possible way you will regret it.