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.
Special guest and podcast extraordinaire Alex van Aken joins the show to talk about Steam’s new greenlight program, PewDiePie jokes, and John Wick 2. This week’s beer is Oskar Blues’ Death by Coconut.
This week your hosts indulge in the Divine Reserve 17 from Saint Arnold’s Brewery while catching up on the long history of the Oculus lawsuit. Hunter brings in some undeniable facts, and max touches on progress made in advanced science.
The hiatus is complete and the dulcet tones of the Banter have returned. This week your hosts touch on new biology discoveries, play a new game, and enjoy listener mail. This week’s beer is the gluten free Glütiny Pale Ale from New Belgium.
Returning to the show is long-time guest Forrest Culotta who invited your hosts to record in the Recording Conservatory of Austin. During this week’s show we discuss Amazon’s new store and let Chase and Hunter face off in metal or magic. The beer reviewed is Victory Festbier.
This week your hosts settle into the end of the year by talking over Google’s most searched terms, a controller that is splitting a fighting game community, and embarrassing stories. Chase finally joins the review table for the Soul Doubt IPA from Freetail Brewing.
Moving into the end of the year, your hosts review a classic German beer style while speculating why The Walking Dead viewership is down and which Watchmen characters we want in Injustice 2. Also, we give tips on shedding old belongings.
The Witty Banter crew addresses Snapchat’s potential $25 billion worth with speculation, marvels at the FIFA coin black market, and get caught up on a huge trove of listener mail. This week’s beer is the Unity Vibration Kambucha Beer.
This week we examine Street Fighter V’s poor sales and speculate how that effects its potential to grow its competitive viewing audience. We also Speculate on Apple patents and Quentin Tarantino. This week’s beer is the Brunette Nut Brown Ale from Nebraska Brewing Company.