Your hosts finish off the Oktoberfest season with their final beer: The Oktoberfest Märzen Style Lager from Odell Brewing while summing up Samsung’s total loses and reminiscing on music from the past.
There’s a lot to catch up on this week: Our fans are amazing, ACL happened, and we all played Inside. Hang out with us as we review the Real Ale Oktoberfest.
The 76ers have bought an eSports team, Netherrealms addresses Injustice 2 concerns, Congress makes craft beer cheaper, and your hosts catch up with each other. We start our Oktoberfest beers with the Hoss Okotoberfest Lager from Great Divide Brewing.
A light news week gives your hosts to focus on a bizarre new beer: The Salsa Verde Ale from Martin House Brewing Company. The episode finishes out with a review of Ghost’s new EP Popestar.
This week your hosts discuss the breakdown of moral decency in Italy, the iPhone 7 marketing in Hong Kong, and build you all a list of songs to get into heavy metal with. This week’s beer is the Douze from BFM.
This week Chase talks about his trip to New York City, and then the gang discusses the reveal of the iPhone 7 and the PlayStation Pro. This week’s beer comes recommended by a listener – Rogue Ales dead Guy Ale.
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.
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 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.