This week your hosts check in on the largest tech companies, Apple, Google, and Tesla, to see what innovations they’re bringing in 2017. The episode finishes with Metal or Magic. Beer Review– Guns & Oil Lager.
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.
Pokèmon Go is obviously a massive sensation. Your hosts talk about the positive affect the game has had on Nintendo’s stock, while optimistically exploring it’s potential to create social capital. This week’s beer is The Sixth Glass Quadrupel Ale from Boulevard Brewing Company.
Max Scott can’t stay away from the show, so we let him in on the discussion about the sale of Supercell, Facebook’s push for their live service, and another round of Metal or Magic. This week’s beer is Sixpoint Craft Ale’s Resin IPA.
Max Scott joins the show for the third week in a row to talk about a potential lawsuit from AMC over The Walking Dead spoilers, Ben Affleck’s approach to batman, and why video game movies suck. This week’s beer comes recommended by our fans – The Kentucky Bourbon Barrel Ale.
Max Scott joins your host again this week to help debate whether fantasy sites like Fan Duel should be considered gambling. We also debut a new game called Metal or Magic, and answer listener questions about E3. This week’s beer is North Coast Brewing Co.’s Old Stock Ale.
Your hosts welcome special guest “Silky Slick” Max to the show to talk about the Injustice 2 reveal, Mortal Kombat’s new beers, and Robert Kirkman’s thoughts on Game of Thrones. This week’s beer is Not your Father’s Root Beer from Small Town Brewery by listener’s request!
This episode your hosts discuss Gamestop’s declining stock prices, and the EU’s statement about banning ride sharing apps. Then we talk about public pet peeves while reviewing Wasatch’s Devastator Double Bock.
Your hosts discuss Glenn Danzig’s return to The Misfits, Amazon’s entrance into YouTube’s territory, and give their first thought’s on Radiohead’s new album A Moon Shaped Pool while reviewing Wabi-Sabi Pale Ale from Baird Brewing.