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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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Mar 14, 2019

Often times when we make changes in our life we experience other changes that were unintended.  It is the old for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction theory.  Diets are great for the waistline, but can change other parts of your body. Whiskey tastings are great the night of, but can still limit...


Mar 8, 2019

World famous is always a bit of a misnomer as very few of us in this world ever experience the same thing.  This is the case with the Peabody Ducks.  While few have seen them, those that have will remember it for sure.  More well known around the world is Bigfoot and Yeti, yet no one has seen these and we still want to...


Feb 28, 2019

We started a little late this week, which is odd because we were making great time.  In some job interviews being late can't even be held against you even though it should.  Looking like a meth addict is typically held against you in those instances, though so some people have found an interesting loop hole to...


Feb 21, 2019

Do you remember your first time?  The first time you tried the new math; a whole different way to do something you had already being doing properly for years.  The first time you saw a Twitter fight, or a comments section. It reminds you that a lot of people just plain suck.  The first time someone decides to write a...


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.