Witty Banter takes a turn for the grim this week as they discuss some rather alarming news stories while reviewing the Skylight Dunkelweizen from New Republic Brewing. (Apologies for the poor audio this week. It will be addressed).
Hunter makes his triumphant return this week and tells his touring tales. The group then discusses Facebook’s partnership with Unity, China’s richest man, and an end to console generations. The episode coalesces with a game of metal or magic and a review of Dragon’s Milk bourbon barrel-aged stout from New Holland Brewery.
Max and Chase enjoy the last bit of each other company before Hunter returns. This episode they use a listener question to discuss how to approach video game discourse and debate whether or not they can be considered art. The beer this week is Dogfish Head’s Immort Ale.
No matter the odds Witty Banter continues on! We reflect on last week’s incident, chat about Google’s role in privacy, and reckon with our falling out with Chipotle. This week’s beer is Pedernales Brewing Co.’s Lobo Negro.
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.