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Inside the Pallet House

In a time when Sports and Politics dominate the airwaves it has become evident that we need a podcast that focuses on the the never ending fight to solve our First World Problems. Inside the Pallet House gives you a look inside the lives of your hosts, and guests that join them to rate beers and bring their collective experiences together to conquer the problems that face us all.  Recorded every week in Richmond, VA, and listened to around the world.

 

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Feb 14, 2019

This week we reminisce about some of the worst jobs we have ever had.  We discover a show that many of you will run out to see, and others will never take the time to watch.  And a familiar taste finds it way to our beer test, but does so in surprising fashion.   


Feb 7, 2019

The Super Bowl is behind us, and while it may not have been a great game it certainly gave us plenty to talk about.  Now that the biggest non pilgrim sanctioned food orgy of the year is behind us we thought it might be time to try some ultra light beers.  If that doesn't help us lose some weight we may need to talk to...


Jan 31, 2019

Beer distribution laws are quirky at best.  Not quirky like hiring a coach to pull another coach from the sidelines to avoid the ref.  Not even quirky like responding to a text message chain that obviously wasn't for you, and then going so far as to show up at the event the group was talking about.  More like quirky in...


Jan 24, 2019

The times they are a changing.  We take a look back and to the future of the electric vehicle.  IPA's are trying to tackle a new market and chip away at light beers, and Gillette jumps into the fray of "toxic masculinity" for better or worse. 

 

 

 


Jan 17, 2019

Sometimes when you rarely leave the house the stories come to you.  Listeners reach out for good and bad, music festivals show up at your door, and images of idiots missing kicks fill your feed.  All you need is a 27 pound bucket of mac and cheese, and you may never have to leave again.