We do a remote broadcast from Brew Gastropub in Belgrade, and have a talk with the Brew guru himself, Joey. Bianca from Champion Brewery stops by to show off their beers during a tap takeover. There is always a point of diminishing returns when tasting too many different beers, and we do our best to find it. Let the Holidays begin. Cheers
We have discovered the latest trend in photography, and are not sure if it is brilliant or awful. Hardywood has released their 2015 Gingerbread Stout just in time for the Holiday's and we had the chance to review a few. The burrito conversation picks back up, and Brendan has to issue a re-vote. The episode has a hint of fratastic on the palate. Cheers
The Pallet House is visited by Troy, and Brendan's Father for what was clearly a conversation for gentlemen. A local gentleman's club is visited by a real pro, and apparently people are still buying what she is selling, regardless of what it is she is selling. The reality of Mad Men becomes a bit more clear as we realize how different the workplace is today. Education however seems to be plagued with the same issues then as it is now.
After some time away from the Pallet House the guys return with some stories, and insights from lands far and wide. Not all accomplishments deserve a plaque, and when an award is revealed can be just as important as the feat itself. The secret to the Australian accent is discovered, and in retrospect this should have been a no brainer. Bad golf, and worse dancing prove to be a toxic combination that can only end in fists flying.
Take Me Home Country Roads