This week your hosts discuss Ed’s move set in Street Fighter V, Snapchat’s public earnings, and advances in the Hyperloop. This week’s beer is the Adobe Igloo from Santa Fe Brewing Company
This week your hosts preview the upcoming movies of 2017 and Hunter explains the CRISPR. The beer on review is the Flensburger Dunkel.
This week your hosts get back in the groove by exploring Uber and other companies’ plans to take to the skies. Next comes a review of the latest Netflix show Bill Nye Saves the World, rounded out with a review of the Wells Bombadier from Charles Wells.
Your Banter Crew celebrates their 100th episode in extreme style: with Old English and Mickey’s. Come soak up the booze and listen to Chase, max, and hunter compete in games, read listener mail, and celebrate the occasion.
This week Nick Salazar from maincampaign.com joins our crew to expand on fan expectations for Destiny 2 and lead discussion about congressional privacy laws. This week’s beer is the Belhaven Brewery Company Ltd.
This week the king of the internet and modern day renaissance man Blessing Adeoye joins Witty Banter to talk about the Nintendo Switch, violence in games, and the best video game soundtracks. This week’s beer is the Sierra Nevada Pale Ale.
Chase makes a semi-triumphant return this week and catches the crew up on the interesting news of the past two weeks. Twitch will sell games, Washington D.C. invests in eSports, and an old game is brought out of the vault. This week’s beer is the Raja double IPA from Avery Brewing.
Max and Hunter press on in the absence of Chase and discuss atomic computing, new energy solutions, and bite into a conversation peach. This week’s beer is the Chimay Première from Bières de Chimay.
Max and Hunter finally escape from the oppressive presence of Chase and spend time talking about the new Samurai Jack series and social norms around tipping. This week’s beer is the Abt 12 Abbey Ale from St. Bernardus Brewery.
Hunter and Max use this episode to celebrate their love for anime. They talk with listeners on why they enjoy the medium and where to start if you have a budding interest. This weeks beer is the Black Wit-O from No Label Brewing Company.