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Ramble by the River
The Silent Killer with Alexandra Mack

Ramble by the River

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 125:52


In the Season 1 finale, Alexandra Mack (aka Moses) joins Jeff to discuss life, love, and listening to Ramble by the River. They swap stories from growing up on the lower end of the socio-economic spectrum, Alex provides some interesting facts about the history of kidney health in the United States, they both give recipes to some delicious Mexican dishes, and they spend a significant amount of time discussing what they love and what drives them crazy in relationships. Along the way we venture into celebrity crushes, gardening, Oktoberfest, jealousy, weird foods, mental health, and old regrets (specifically, NOT eating a scorpion when offered). Alex is a clinically-certified hemodialysis technician, an expert bar-tender/mixologist, and an avid listener of this podcast. Since day one, she has been a steady focus-group of one, providing valuable insights and critiques that have helped the show to take shape. I am very grateful to her for her input on a weekly basis and it was great to finally get her opinions on the record. The general tone of this episode is happy, reflective, and fun and I hope that spreads to you listeners as you hear it. If you have been with us since the beginning, you cannot miss this season wrap-up, and if you are just getting started with Ramble, I hope you will be back next season. It has been a true pleasure to make these 56 episodes for you this year and I can't wait to get started on Season 2! Don't forget to rate, review, subscribe, and most importantly share! I love you all! Talk to you soon, Jeff #keepramblin Topics/Keywords: Scribner Shunt; new girl energy; mixed-signals; longterm friendships; benefits of small towns; weddings; cemeteries; the occult; Covid-19; kidney health; kidney disease; Bethematch.org; museums; organ transplants; organ donation; heart disease; Glomerular Filtration Rate (GFR); hydration; Kool-aid; Squeeze-it; End-stage Renal Disease (ESRD); Peritoneal Dialysis; Ibuprofen; NSAIDs; chemical tolerance; bioethics; cancer screening; Costco; Lupus; Depression; silent-but-deadly farts; Anxiety; self-care; doing nothing; memory; Hot Pockets; Microwave oven; bargain hunting; finding deals; Craig's List;  Ancestry.com; 23andMe.com; gardening; horticulture; cooking; Instant Pot; carnitas; salsa verde; olfaction; canine olfaction; fermentation; fermented foods; kimchi; mold; blonde hair; Oktoberfest; Alone; wilderness survival; heat shock protein; cold therapy; Wim Hoff; Breath-work; Squid Game; Parasite; Netflix; Sex, Love, and Goop; Long Beach Tavern; Karaoke;  ___________________________ Links: BetheMatch.org http://www.rethinkingrural.org (Rethinking Rural) https://columbiapacificheritagemuseum.org (Columbia Pacific Heritage Museum) ______________________________ Join the Patreon for exclusive access https://my.captivate.fm/Patreon.com/Ramblebytheriver (Patreon.com/Ramblebytheriver) ________________________________ Social Media Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jeff.nesbitt.9619 (https://www.facebook.com/jeff.nesbitt.9619) Instagram: https://instagram.com/ramblebytheriver?r=nametag (@ramblebytheriver) Twitter: @RambleRiverPod Youtube: https://youtube.com/channel/UCNiZ9OBYRxF3fJ4XcsDxLeg (https://youtube.com/channel/UCNiZ9OBYRxF3fJ4XcsDxLeg) Business inquiries/guest booking: Ramblebytheriver@gmail.com Website: (For episode catalogue): https://my.captivate.fm/Ramblebytheriver.captivate.fm (Ramblebytheriver.captivate.fm) (Podcast main website): https://my.captivate.fm/RamblebytheRiver.com (RamblebytheRiver.com) _______________________________________ Music Credit(s): Still Fly, Revel Day. Beachy, Gregory David. Support this podcast

Might Be News Network
Might Be Brews - Thompson Island Brewing

Might Be News Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 93:00


On this special Black Friday Episode of Might Be Brews we hang out with Jimmy and Nick from Thompson Island Brewing in Rehoboth Beach Delaware. On our first out of state podcast we learn about Jimmy's history in the beer industry and how he applied it to help open the brewery. Nick shares his experiences being a new brewer and learning the ropes under Jimmy and the rest of the crew. We try some fantastic beers like their flagship IPA, the Oktoberfest and more.

Hank Watson's Garage Hour podcast
11.01.21 (MP3): What Your Cars Says About Your Vote & Other Gearhead Logic... Down at the Brewery w/ CDs VS Gs (& Sticking the Turn), Thoughts on Concealed-Carry (Steel VS Plastic, Ladies' Comfort, & 9mm VS 10mm VS .40), + Punisher & Judg

Hank Watson's Garage Hour podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 53:59


Cars, trucks, beers and guns! We've got those for a night of sips at Trinity Brewing, plus an analysis of which generations of Dredd and Punisher were worth your time, plus Tiggers, bacon and a drunk fly. It's mostly gearhead - we review a survey of 43,000 people that analyzes what your car says about your vote (prepare to be surprised), plus the top-10 cars for libs and progs.  There's also some reporting from CD player testing on an on-ramp (Gs won, CDs lost), and some useful thoughs about whicn pistols are best to carry (love the one you're with).  Trinity brings an imperial stout, a mild IPA, a European lager and a classic Oktoberfest.

Hank Watson's Garage Hour podcast
11.01.21: What Your Cars Says About Your Vote & Other Gearhead Logic... Down at the Brewery w/ CDs VS Gs (& Sticking the Turn), Thoughts on Concealed-Carry (Steel VS Plastic, Ladies' Comfort, & 9mm VS 10mm VS .40), + Punisher & Judge Dred

Hank Watson's Garage Hour podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 53:59


Cars, trucks, beers and guns! We've got those for a night of sips at Trinity Brewing, plus an analysis of which generations of Dredd and Punisher were worth your time, plus Tiggers, bacon and a drunk fly. It's mostly gearhead - we review a survey of 43,000 people that analyzes what your car says about your vote (prepare to be surprised), plus the top-10 cars for libs and progs.  There's also some reporting from CD player testing on an on-ramp (Gs won, CDs lost), and some useful thoughs about whicn pistols are best to carry (love the one you're with).  Trinity brings an imperial stout, a mild IPA, a European lager and a classic Oktoberfest.

Hoppy Craftsmen - Arizona Craft Beer Podcast
HCPC 81: 2021 Octoberfest Das Beste Bier

Hoppy Craftsmen - Arizona Craft Beer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 70:23


(NSFW) In this episode Ed and Chris pound through a few local and national Oktoberfest style beers to find Das Beste Bier. Ranging from previous official style Märzen to the current Fest Bier and everything in-between. The guys struggle to peal the labels that Trevor's put on their cans. And like always, to pronounce anything correctly. Chris gets to hear all about Ed's trip to Munich and how great it was. So yeah Ed becomes that guy. We compare our list to other websites lists, to see who is Das Beste.   Our Information: Music Credit: Takotsubo Men The assorted sounds of three ageing humans hitting things in a studio for five days. Beautifully nasty and pretty vile at times but ultimately gorgeous. Enjoy! Intro: Skint But Free Outro: Takotsubo Man Follow them! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TakotsuboMen Twitter: https://twitter.com/TakotsuboMen YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/TakotsuboMen Contact us! Instagram: @hoppycraftsmen Twitter: @hoppycraftsmen Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Hoppycraftsmen/ E-mail: hoppycraftsmen@gmail.com Blog: http://hoppycraftsmenpodcast.com/ YouTube: Hoppy Craftsmen – Craft Beer Podcast Support US! Buy Us a Beer! For as little as a dollar a month you can help a bearded white guy drink a good craft beer. Your generous donation will help supply thousands with the gift of more podcasts and we are pretty sure inappropriate humor as well. Invest in Us!  Rate us on iTunes! Want to help us reach a bigger audience and keep the episodes coming? Then head over to iTunes and Give us a rating and feedback! Tell A Friend! Tell someone you know about our show! If you know that a friend likes or loves craft beer tell them to give us a listen. Or if you know someone who is new to craft beer and you are tired of telling them about the scene, let us be your soap box! Or have an amazing whale that you want to share with the world. Go on your social media platform of choice and give us a shout out. Use the hashtag #hoppycraftsmen and we'll respond in kind. Probably in some form of emoji and maybe a super rad type of comment. You get the picture.

fullbuddycast
BrewHaha with Sean McDonald (Cole Street Brewery): Beer of the Week: Imperial Stout, Beer Rant, Oktoberfest Recap, Business Owner Stuff, Keg Mountain, Birthday Keg Tapping Fail, Shout Outs

fullbuddycast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 38:56


BrewHaha with Sean McDonald (Cole Street Brewery): Beer of the Week: Imperial Stout, Beer Rant, Oktoberfest Recap, Business Owner Stuff, Keg Mountain, Birthday Keg Tapping Fail, Shout Outs  

DrinkIN GeekOUT
Episode 229 – (Rock)toberfest

DrinkIN GeekOUT

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 121:02


This week, we have a long one, but a good one. We drink our collected Oktoberfest beirs from this year (2021) while talking about the Rock movies. What is your favorite Dwayne movie? The post Episode 229 – (Rock)toberfest appeared first on DrinkIN GeekOUT.

Brew Roots
Tilton Brothers Brewing

Brew Roots

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 61:19


This week we made it up to Hampton New Hampshire to check out Tilton Brother Brewing. If you like great beer, great food, and a great environment this is the place for you. We went up there right after their Oktoberfest and we can't wait to have their Fest Beer again next year. So if you're looking for a great place to go this weekend or any time truth be told head on up to Tilton Brothers.***Claw Hammer Supply- Claw Hammer Supply has taken brew in a bag (BIAB) to a whole new level with there single vessel, turn-key, all grain, digital brewing system. It's a homebrew setup like you've never seen. Instead of a typical brewing systems that require 2 or even 3 different vessels (pots, pans, kettles, etc…). theirs only uses 1.Use our link https://www.clawhammersupply.com/?aff=12 and get your system today!Looking to start a new hobby? Wanting to get into homebrewing? Just looking to upgrade your current set up? We have you covered with our Beer & Wine Hobby promo code! Beer & Wine Hobby is a Family owned business driven to help folks make amazing beers, wines, cheeses, and charcuterie. Fortunately, for our listeners we are able to offer an exclusive promo code for 10% off your online order. Items can either be ordered online and picked up in store same day for our local listeners or delivered to your home (for free over $35). Use our promo code BREWROOTS for 10% off your next order! Go to www.beer-wine.com to get all your brewing needs! https://www.beer-wine.com***Each month, Shirts On Tap teams up with a local brewery, to collaborate on a sweet custom shirt design, and then send it to their members with coupons, stickers, a brewery bio, and more! Join the excitement with our exclusive link shirtsontap.com/offers/brewroots to get your first box for $5! ***Did you know that some of your favorite breweries use hops from a local family operated Hop Farm right here in Massachusetts. Our friends over at Four Star Farms are there for you wether you are a commercial brewery or a small scale home brewer. Make sure to head over to their website today and get your hands on some of the best and freshest hops locally. https://fourstarfarms.com Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Cincy Shirts Podcast
195-The Klaberheads

The Cincy Shirts Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 57:56


Their roots as a band go back to the 1920s and the Franz Klaber Orchestra. Today they are the Klaberheads (officially still the Franz Klaber Orchestra) and play traditional German music, along with Germanified tunes at Oktoberfests and other events throughout the Tristate and across the nation. Ericka Klaber joins to talk about the group's history, performing with family, adding steel drums to the band, and more. Be sure to listen for the special promo code for 20% off near the end of the episode.  Listen here below, or find it in iTunes, Stitcher, Podbean, TuneIn, and Spotify--- really anywhere you get your podcasts. Be sure to download and subscribe today, so you don't miss an episode! Get social with us: Facebook: Cincy Shirts Official Facebook Page Twitter: Cincy Shirts Official Twitter Page Instagram: @CincyShirts Snapchat: @CincyShirts The Cincy Shirts Podcast theme is “Cincinnati” by Big Nothing who are actually from Philadelphia. 

The Remote Real Estate Investor
How to achieve financial independence to retire early with Diania Merriam

The Remote Real Estate Investor

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 36:29


Diania Merriam is the founder of the EconoMe Conference, a financial independence conference, and the host of the Optimal Finance Daily podcast. At the age of 28, Diania climbed out of $30K of debt in 11 months to begin her journey to financial independence.  In this episode, Diania shares about what it took to reach debt freedom and how she is powering her path to retiring early. This episode is loaded with actionable insights for you to get your finances in order and start building real wealth. --- Transcript   Before we jump into the episode, here's a quick disclaimer about our content. The Remote Real Estate Investor podcast is for informational purposes only, and is not intended as investment advice. The views, opinions and strategies of both the hosts and the guests are their own and should not be considered as guidance from Roofstock. Make sure to always run your own numbers, make your own independent decisions and seek investment advice from licensed professionals.   Michael: Hey, everyone, welcome to another episode of The Remote Real Estate Investor. I'm Michael Albaum. And today with me, I have Diania Merriam, who's going to be talking to us today about the economy conference that she is the founder of as well as some financial independence tips that she has learned along her life's journey. So without further ado, let's get into it.   Diana, thank you so much for taking the time to come talk personal finance with me today. I really appreciate it.   Thanks for having me.   Michael: No, my pleasure. So you are the founder of a really cool conference called economy.   Diania: Yeah.   Michael: Tell us a little bit about what that is. Because I know it's coming up here in like 30 days, right?   Diania: Yes, we are exactly a month away at the time of this recording. But essentially, economy, the easiest way to describe it is it's like the TED talks of the fire movement. And you guys can't see me. But I'm doing air quotes over here, because we're not associated with TED talks, which is like the easiest way to explain what it is. So we have amazing mainstage speakers that talk about financial independence from a lot of different angles, whether it be really tactical information, or just more inspiring stories. And then we also do a number of breakout sessions to kind of connect you with like minded people. Because as you know, money is such a taboo topic, right? And we don't often get the opportunity to surround ourselves with people that are comfortable talking about this stuff.   So one of the things I like to say about pursuing financial independence is like what's the point of being FI and retiring early if you have no one to hang out with? Right, here's your opportunity to meet your people to meet your tribe.   Michael: Your playmates yeah.   Diania: Exactly. So we've got all these breakout sessions, we do an after party, we do a lot of social activities on the last day of the event. So it's really just an amazing weekend, someone last year describes it as a party about money, which is exactly the vibe I was going for.   It's really, the point of it is inspiration and community around a topic that is so you know, influential for us all?   Michael: Oh, that's awesome. And is I know, this year, it's out in Cincinnati. Is it always in Cincinnati? Or does the location move every year?   Diania: Yes. So we're actually in our second year, because I had the brilliant idea of launching an event based business in the middle of a pandemic.   Actually, our first event was March 7 of 2020. It was one week before everything shut down due to COVID. But I had been planning the event for 20 months. This was like something I could have never anticipated that I would have to navigate. So yeah, we got really lucky on our first event. And this is actually going to be our second and yes, it's at the same venue, which is the University of Cincinnati.   Michael: Awesome, awesome, awesome. So I've got kind of a question for you. And I'm curious, why did you think you were qualified to host and found a conference talking about money? What's your story? Like?   Diania: Yeah, like who the hell do I think I am? I mean, as far as qualifications? Um, that's a great question. I think that I was just someone with a really ambitious idea. That's probably crazy. Most people told me I was crazy. When I when I first came up with this idea, but the reason why I wanted to do this is because figuring out my financial situation completely changed my life. So my background is that, you know, my 20s, I was very focused on my career, living in New York City. I got to my late 20s, about 28. I decided I should probably look at my money situation, like what's going on here, right. And I ran a credit report on myself and realize that I was 30 grand in debt for like no good reason. It was simply living outside my means.   And half of that debt was student loan debt, which doesn't sound too bad until you consider that I got a full academic scholarship to college. Like, the fact that I had any student loan debt is just ridiculous. It still blows my mind. But when you're at that age, and you're completely financially illiterate, you know, someone offers you loans, and you don't really…   Michael: Oh look free money!   Diania: I mean, you Yeah, you just, it's just what you do, right? No one like advised me that maybe that wasn't a great idea. So I found myself in this situation where I'm 30 grand in debt in my late 20s. My 30th birthday is looming. I think it's one of those really reflective birthdays for like, what am I doing with my life?   Michael: Yep, right.   So I came across this article that was sent to me by a friend from Mister Money Mustache. I'm sure you know that blog, right?   Michael: Know him very well, yeah.   Diania: Yes, one of the most popular probably the most popular blogger in the fire movement, which I keep throwing around this word fire. I want to make sure everyone's on the same page stands for financial independence retire early. Right, To me it's a it's a lifestyle movement with a goal of financial freedom. But a lot of people look at it as like a bunch of frugal weirdos and we're all in a cult.   Diania: It's not   Michael: Chanting about money.   Diania: Yeah, exactly. So I discovered Mister Money Mustache. And I like to say that I think the article was something about like, viewing your debt as an emergency. And I like to describe finding that blog as a refreshing punch in the face, because I had never heard anyone talk about money the way that he did. And I just devoured that blog with a spoon. I read like every single article, I got a little obsessive over it.   But it really inspired this very deep mindset shift within me. And I did a complete 180 I got out of that 30 grand of debt and 11 months. And from there, I started saving about 60% of my income. And it completely changed my life. It opened up so many options. That just didn't seem possible for me like that, it allowed me to dream bigger, you know. So one of the things that motivated me to even want to get out of debt is I had this goal to go walk the Camino de Santiago, which is a 500 mile trek across Spain. It just seemed like this ridiculous life adventure that felt so outside my comfort zone. But it's what I wanted to do for my 30th birthday.   So getting out that was kind of a motivator for me to get out of debt. And then when I got back from that trip, so that was in 2017.   Michael: Wait, timeout. So you did it?   Diania: I did it. Yes.   Michael: So when I got back, you just glossed over it! Oh, that's incredible.   Diania: Yeah, it took me 38 days, and it was a wild adventure. absolutely wild. Yeah, I walked with anywhere between 10 to 20 miles a day, with like, 20 pounds on my back, I met incredible people. That's actually I have an arrow tattoo on my wrist,   Michael: Okay.   Diania: And it's because the whole way is marked by arrows. They're like spray painted on trees, or like, carved into these stones. And so every time I would see an arrow, it'd be like a very comforting symbol that I like, wasn't lost.   Michael: Still on the right path.   Diania: So yeah, yeah. So um, when I got to Santiago, which for many people is the finish line, I ended up getting this tattoo. But yeah, that's something that I would have never dreamed would be possible, given my financial situation in my late 20s. And, you know, a lot of the people that I met on the trail were in their 60s or they were at traditional retirement age, they had to like wait to be able to do that. So it just getting my money in order opened up this incredible option.   And I just feel like my getting my finances in order almost allowed me to ask bigger questions like, What do I want to do with my time? What do I want to create? What kind of people do I want to surround myself with? And so getting out of debt was a big milestone in that regard. Walking the Camino was a big milestone. I negotiated a remote working arrangement with my employer. So I moved from New York City to Cincinnati, which people are like, what, why? Why would you do that?   But I will tell you that Cincinnati has everything that you would want out of a big city with like none of the downsides. And the cost of living, you just can't beat it. I mean, I really am marketing Cincinnati as the number one city to pursue financial independence. And a couple things we're doing actually at the economy conference in that regard, like our coffee vendor as a local vendor.   We're doing an urban hike on Sunday morning of the event, a three hour urban hike to show off how amazing Cincinnati is. And then with Roofstock, we are doing a chartered real estate bus tour. It's a two hour tour where we're going to drive you around the amazing neighborhoods in Cincinnati that are really good investments. And we have an expert that owns 42 doors here. He's flipped three dozen houses, and he's going to do some case studies on his best properties.   So if you are interested in low cost of living in an amazing city, you've got to come out to Cincinnati and I feel like I have the authority to say that because I came from New York City that's usually whatever where everyone wants to go.   Michael: Yes.   Diania: Now come to Cincinnati.   Michael: I love it. And I'm gonna second that call to action to get out to Cincinnati. I do a lot of investing out in Cincinnati and across the river in Covington, Kentucky, and I went out to visit a property and I happen to be there actually around this time a little bit later in October and found myself and I think the second largest Beer Fest or Oktoberfest, rather outside of Munich, Germany, and just had an absolute bombing, the food scene. I think they've got the most micro breweries like per capita of maybe any city. Tons of coffee places, Coffee Roasters popping up, it is just a very, very cool city for no one who, for people who haven't been before, so totally love it. Love it. Love it.   Diania: Yeah. Yeah. So, you know, being out here getting back from the Camino, you know, I adopted dog, I buy a house, I find myself a Midwestern gentleman, you know, life is good. Yeah. But I was still kind of asking myself these big questions like, What do I want to do with my time. And so at this point, I'm saving 60% of my income, I'm still, you know, fully employed with the same company that I had worked for nine years in New York City. And I had this idea that you know, what I was asking myself, what would I want to do with my time if I no longer had to work for money?   And I decided I wanted to create this party about money. And a big reason for that is because I had been going to different events, and exposing myself to people that were very, like, growth oriented, their life seems so expansive, and it really helped me broaden my perspective on what's possible in my own life. So for example, one of my favorite events is called World Domination Summit. I know that sounds insane, like who produces that, pinky in the brain?   Michael: Pinky and the brain, yeah, exactly.   Diania: But this event, I mean, as someone as frugal as me, you know, I got out of 30 grand of debt and 11 months, I really brought down my spending in order to do that this event is $700 A ticket. And I will tell you, it is worth every single penny. Because the people that you meet there are just incredible, and they're doing such amazing things. And every time I would leave, I would feel like my life is so full of possibility. I also had gone to events like Camp FI, or Camp Mustache, sense positive. These are kind of rooted in the financial independence community. And it's a way for people to spend a weekend together with like minded people.   Now, I saw an opportunity to create kind of a large scale event. So like Camp FI, Camp Mustache, usually around 60 people for like a weekend at a retreat center. Right? I wanted to do something more like World Domination Summit that's a little bit more grand. It's more of a production. You know, it's more of a show. It has a really strong entertainment element to it. And so I modeled my event really after World Domination Summit, but I brought that price tag way down. I'm actually doing it for $200 A ticket, but it is definitely worth $700 A ticket. I'm not charging enough.   But yeah, it's funny, because this event was supposed to be my early retirement project when I reached FI at 40 years old, but I just got so excited about it. I couldn't wait. I had to do it now. And I'm really glad that I did. Because it's been quite the adventure.   Michael: Oh my god, what a cool story. And next time someone asks, don't gloss over the fact that you hiked 500 miles. That's an amazing feat, among many others. You just mentioned that is so cool. That is so cool.   So I,   Diania: Well thanks so much.   Michael: No, of course, of course, what I'd love to do is kind of get into the meat and potatoes, if you will, of financial independence and just kind of getting your finances or so I think your story where you found yourself in your late 20s is so common for so many people, they don't realize what student loans are, how the payback works, how debt works, how finances work. So what did you do? Other than change your mindset, like brass tacks, what did you do on a daily, weekly, monthly basis? And you were able to pay off 30,000 in debt in 11 months? Because that's that's something no small feat.   Diania: Yeah, I would say big lifestyle changes, right. So when I looked at where I was spending money, then I would say the first thing I did was increase my awareness around my situation, honestly, because a lot of us are just swiping the credit card, we're not paying attention of where our money is going. So I started tracking every single dollar I spent. And I saw that I was spending a ton of money eating out, you know, going out for happy hour. I mean, let's be honest, I had my 20s in New York City, you know, like I was a party animal.   And I think what I obviously like I was very social creature, I mean that's kind of another reason why I'm into these in person events. I'm a very social person, very extroverted. So I was spending so much money going out. And so what I ended up doing, and I think this is really important, when you think about decreasing your expenses, a lot of people look at that as deprivation, they look they think of it as I can't go out anymore. And I saw it as an opportunity to be resourceful and creative, and really to get to the root of what are my values and how do I align my spending with my values in a more efficient way.   So the value for me was spending time with other people, I don't need to remove that from my life, let me just do that a little bit more efficiently. So I started like hosting these elaborate dinner parties in my apartment, where I would like makeup games, I made my apartment more fun than a bar, everybody else would bring the booze, I would cook the food. And you know, I'd always have themes like, I just, I think back on that time, and it was so wild. Like I would tell people, you know, bring a photo from your awkward phase. And then we'd like all pass around these photos around and like make fun of each other or like   Michael: That's so good   Diania: The night was like, was like tonight's the evening of compliments. And it was like a game of who can give the most compliments to other people at the table. And we would like, we would like keep score. I mean, it was just silly, but it scratched my itch for human connection in a really resourceful way. Another thing I did was, you know, rather than buying clothing, I would host these clothing exchanges, all of my more fashionable friends would clean out their closets, I would do like a clothing swap, while sipping mimosas and listening to music in my apartment on a Sunday afternoon, you know, I started to see my, my frugal behaviors is actually far superior than the convenience of swiping a card because I not only got my needs met, but I also got to be creative in the process.   And so I kind of feel like if you're reducing your expenses, and it feels like deprivation, I think that you're not being creative enough about it, I think it can be a really fun thing. And I also think the other piece of it is really understanding that that hedonic treadmill, we're all on when it comes to consumerism, right? We all want, you know, the new shoes and the fancy car and the nice stuff. And I think that I had to really grow a new sense of gratitude for what I have. Now.   If you develop a deep appreciation for what you have now, you're almost combating that desire for more. Right, I think you're combating your consumerist conditioning. And I started to see things that I used to think were a burden, I would just laugh them off as a first world problem. So for example, we all know, the big three, right? And personal finance, when you're reducing your expenses, you want to reduce your housing, transportation and food, those are the things that people spend the most money on. And so I was locked into a lease, you know, or, you know, with my apartment, so I couldn't really do anything about that transportation. I didn't have a car, I was using public transportation. And I had, like, commuter benefits through my job. So I feel like I was optimized there.   But when it came to food, I could I could really have a huge effect there. So I started cooking every meal that I ate. I was bringing lunch every single day making, you know, gourmet breakfast, of like omelets with goat cheese and smoked salmon. I mean, I was eating very well, I'm not talking rice and beans. But for most people, when I would tell them I'm cooking, every meal I am eating, they look at that as such a burden.   And it's like, actually, no, I should be celebrating the fact that I have access to a grocery store that I can get any ingredient I want at any time at that grocery store, right? Like, we are so fortunate and I think if we can shift our mindset and be grateful for how fortunate we are, we're combating that desire for that consumerist convenience. Another thing that really struck me when I was reading Mister Money Mustache is he says that luxury is a weakness. And that really helped me shift my mindset because I realized if I can be happy on very minimal amount of money, that's like a superpower. Right? And I wanted to learn that skill before something externally happened.   So I think self imposed restriction, it has the opportunity to lead to a lot of personal development, when it's externally imposed by a job loss, or like a health scare. I didn't want to try to learn it under those conditions, I think it would have been a lot less fun, you know. And so I think it was really empowering for me to just learn to live on less and enjoy it. I mean, I spent a lot more time reading books from the library and working out and journaling. And I stopped wearing makeup for a long time and got comfortable with my with what my face looks like. I mean, you know, these are all things that you can look at it as deprivation or you can see it as incredible opportunity to grow.   Michael: That's incredible. Total side note. Do you know Wim Hof?   Diania: Yeah.   Michael: Are you a big Wim Hof fan?   Diania: Oh, What a weirdo. Yeah, that guy. My boyfriend does his breathing every morning. It's really obnoxious.   Michael: Oh, that's awesome.   Diania: Yeah, here I'm like huffing and puffing in the living room this morning. So my wife is a huge fan. And I've come on board to the cold plunge thing I totally buy into, but he talks about forcing yourself to be uncomfortable and putting yourself in uncomfortable situations. So when life throws something that you, you can handle it. And that totally sounded very similar to what you're talking about of, hey, do it for yourself. So that way, when life throws you a curveball, you're more than ready.   Diania: Absolutely.   Michael: No, I love that. I love that. But you also did. I mean, you also uprooted your life and move that in New York and to Cincinnati. So yeah, I mean, you said that you were locked into this lease, but it doesn't sound like you renewed that lease, or you stayed in New York much longer after having this revelation.   Diania: Yeah. And, you know, when I was in New York, for about 10 years, I had to move almost every year. I think the longest I stayed in a place was like a year and a half, maybe two years. But it's, you know, you're constantly changing roommates, because no one can afford to live alone. And then the rents will go up like $100 every year. So you're really forced, I was forced even deeper and deeper into the bowels of Brooklyn, you know, and then I ended up, I ended up getting this. The last place I lived. I did live there for two years is the first time I've ever lived alone as an adult.   It was in Sunset Park and I was paying $1,800 a month for this like cockroach infested apartment. That was just Yeah. So when I was making the decision to go walk the Camino and 2017 My I did the Camino in the fall, my lease was up in May of that year. So my landlord wasn't going to let me sublet for those two months. So I knew I was going to have to leave anyway, and find a different situation. And so it was like if I'm gonna move again. And I'm in this situation where I've got no man, no kids, no debt. Let me just go, like, put my big girl pants on and move to the Midwest and try something different, you know?   Michael: Yeah totally.   Diania: Just, I was always intimidated by the idea of like uprooting my life and starting over in a new city. But I had the benefit of I had a really close friend in Cincinnati, who I visited a few times. And so I got the sense of the area. And she was my only connection to Cincinnati isn't like I grew up here. I grew up in New Jersey. I had no other friends or family or anything besides her. And that was really helpful, though, because she was another very social person. So she just dumped me into her friend circle. Oh, and that's kind of how I got going here. Yeah, yeah.   Michael: That's great. That's great. And so now that you are kind of on the other side of the wall, or standing on top of the wall or the mountain, what advice do you have for people? I mean, in addition to the wealth of knowledge you've already shared, what do you what do you see looking forward? And what can you share with people?   Diania: Yeah, um, I would say when you're first starting out, like I'm helping a friend right now who's really deep in debt, who is just starting from scratch, trying to clean up her finances. And when I sit with her in our meetings, it's like, she's just so overcome with shame, and fear. And she's like sweating, as we're talking about this stuff. And I encourage her as well as anyone else in that situation, let your curiosity be bigger than your fear.   Because when it comes to money, it really is all figureoutable. But you have to have the mindset that it's fixable in order for you to be able to kind of face the music and like look at the reality of your situation, so that you can come up with a plan to dig out of it. It's totally possible. But it really all starts with your belief system. So there's a lot of people where I'll tell my story, and they'll say, Well, you could do that. But here are all the reasons why I can't do that.   Michael: Why I can't, right. Yeah.   Diania: And and I think if that's your initial reaction, that's your first thing that you got to tackle. I think you've got to change your belief system to recognize that it is possible and start to get curious about how it could be possible versus just immediately dismissing it. I think that's good advice for when you're first starting out. I think as you move through your financial journey, and you start hitting milestones, like for me, I hit debt freedom. Amazing. Then I had a fully funded emergency fund. Awesome. Then I started fully funding my retirement vehicles to the point where I reached Coast FI, which for those who aren't familiar Coast FI means that I have invested enough in my retirement vehicles that in 30 years because I'm 34 right now, it will grow to what I need for traditional retirement. So in essence, I don't really have to save for traditional retirement anymore. If I didn't care about early retirement and I can kind of take my foot off the gas a little bit because I've hit those certain milestones.   And then, you know, saving to a place where I got my first side hustle so I started hosting this podcast called optimal finance daily, which is a daily show, 10 minutes or less, I'm reading you articles about personal finance. So I like to say that all these amazing personal finance bloggers wrote these great songs, and I get to perform the covers, you know.   Michael: That's great.   Diania: It's, it's a show that's been around for five years, and they were looking for a new host, and I just went for it. And so this is kind of my first, you know, little side hustle income.   So, I would say though, as I've progressed through these milestones, my trajectory and goals for the future have definitely shifted. So I would say, like, be flexible about financial goals, because when I first started this, I thought, What I wanted was to just reach financial independence and retire early. And then as I've gone along through the years, and it's only been, what, six years that I've been on this journey, my desires and goals kind of keep shifting and changing, because the, it's almost like, the universe presents you with opportunities along the way.   And so if you're so laser focused on just reaching financial independence, you may miss out on these opportunities to learn about yourself and learn about what do you want to do with your time? What do you want to create in the world? And who do you want to spend that time with those three questions to me, has become kind of the focus on my path to FI. It's not like I gave up on my goal. But I just I've kind of, I'm not so laser focused on the money piece of it. Because I've realized that money is only as valuable as your clarity on how you're going to use it, and your comfort level with how much is enough.   So if you don't have clarity and comfort around your money, yeah, if you don't have those two pieces, you could be a multimillionaire and still be miserable. Right? I don't want to reach that point. I want to use my financial bandwidth to kind of explore those two things along the way. I also love this quote from Ayn Rand who wrote like The Fountainhead, and she says, money is only a tool, it will take you wherever you want to go. But it won't replace you as the driver.   And I just think for so many of us, we look at money as the goal versus as the tool to use to reach our goals. And that's something that I had to learn in in for myself, because I had always just kind of had money as the goal once I discovered the fire movement.   Michael: Yep. Yeah, no, I'm right there with you. And I always said, I'll figure it out when I get there. But then I realized, oh, there's too many other things to figure out along the way, that having money be the tool is a much better way to go.   Diania: Absolutely. If you're miserable on your path to FI you're likely going to be miserable when you reach FI   Michael: Yeah. Yeah, I think that's so well said. So well said. And so then I'm curious if you can share with everybody, what is it? What is your investment kind of portfolio look like? Is it stocks? Is it bonds is a real estate? How do you see yourself hitting that hitting the hitting FI?   Diania: Yeah, so I went for the Simple Path to Wealth model. And I would say that most of my money is in the tax advantaged accounts of what my 401k So I actually quit my job in January of this year. That's crazy. That was 10 months ago.   Michael: Congratulations that's awesome.   Diania: Yeah. So okay, so little sidebar, that's kind of a really good representation of what I mean about being flexible, because I had just thought that I was going to stay with my employer until I reached financial independence. But things changed, right, I ended up getting this new boss, the dynamic of the company, after nine years of being employed, there changed considerably. And so, you know, the, I kind of felt like the party was over, and the company didn't value me anymore.   And so I could have just put my head down and pushed through it because I have this goal of financial independence. But instead, I decided to kind of take a risk and a bet on myself to see like, Okay, I've got this, but I like to call FU money. So that that's defined as a year to have your expenses liquid. So I had a year in cash, and I had a year in after tax brokerage, which I really don't want to touch the after tax brokerage, but it's almost like my backup plan, my additional layer of a safety net. But that's something that it was almost like the universe presented me an obstacle and an opportunity at the same time. And so that could potentially slow my path down to FI.   Or something could happen. And I could, you know, find a new source of income. I'm exploring like 14 different sources of income right now. And so one of those could blow up and then it could expedite my path to FI. It's almost like I gave up the security of a regular paycheck and opened myself up to the uncertainty. You know, like I had plotted out my whole plan before because it was based on a steady paycheck. And now it's not. So who knows? Maybe I reach FI by 40? Maybe not. But to answer your question directly, um, I have my IRA. Now a traditional IRA, that was a rollover from my 401k. I've got a Roth IRA, and also my HSA   Michael: That is tough to say five times fast.   Diania: Yeah yeah So I have, I would say, the bulk of my money is invested there, and I am like, VTSAX all the way, I just, I'm 100%. In stocks, I don't have any bonds, because I have a very high risk tolerance. But also I don't want to be, I don't want to have to rebalance every year. Right? It just is simpler for me that I don't need to rebalance every year. It's all in a total market index fund, set it and forget it. I also own my home.   Now, for the first two years, I had a roommate who was paying like 95% of the mortgage. So I did a little bit of house hacking. But I did buy this house with the knowing that it would be an amazing rental one day, so I'm living in it for now. And I believe that this will I don't look at it as an investment yet. I think it's going to be once I start renting it out sometime in the future.   But yeah, I would say that my investments are very much so just simple stock portfolio with my retirement vehicles, a property that could become a rental property, I do want to get more into real estate in the future. I will be honest, that is something that has intimidated me so much I should take your course.   Michael: Come to Roofstock Academy, Yeah absolutely!   Diania: Yes, yes. And all of my friends are reaching financial independence so much quicker than me through the real estate strategy. So I'll tell you a fun story. My one of my first events that I went to five events was called Camp Mustache. It's like followers of Mister Money Mustache. And I actually ran a breakout session. That was all attendee case studies. So there were four of us, who basically opened up the books on our finances, here's our income, here's our expenses. Here's where our portfolio stands today, here are the assumptions that we're making. Here's our growth trajectory. Here are some, you know, nuances we want to point out, and we let people like poke holes in our plan, because we're in a room full of   Michael: Vulnerable that is awesome.   Diania: So yeah, it was, it was great. For me, because, you know, I'm figuring all this stuff out on my own reading about stuff. And to be able to, like be in a room of other really smart people, many of which, who have already reached financial independence. And for them to be like, No, you're good. Like, do you don't need to stress about tax loss harvesting, you're fine. You know, like that, that was really reassuring to me to have. So it was almost like, I was always a good student, you know. So it feels like I got the good star that a plus for my teacher.   But what was fascinating about that breakout session is that two of the case studies, were these two guys, that made half my income, literally half my income, but they were on this fast track to FI they were going to reach it and half of my time, because of their real estate strategy. So I really do think like real estate is the way to do it the fastest. I think it's obviously more complex, it can be more labor intensive than just, you know, buying index funds. And, you know, you don't have to plunge a toilet on an index fund in the middle of the night. You know, you don't have to deal with tenants and all that stuff. So I definitely think that index funds strategy is easier. But it I think it is faster if you go with real estate.   Michael: Yeah. And just for everyone listening, how much did we pay you for that plug for real estate?   Diania: Nothing. I mean, it's just me watching all of my friends killing it. And like trying to work up the courage to do it myself.   Michael: Yeah, come on over. We I know a great place for you, we can get you all squared away. Because I couldn't agree more I think it you hit the nail on the head that anybody can go pick a stock and just put their money into it. And they can make money, they can lose money. I think real estate is more complicated. Coach Tom and I want to do their coaches at the Academy just put out a YouTube video talking about how passive real estate investing really is?   And the answer is, it's not for most of us, it's not here to go buy property it's not. So you really need to go learn about what's involved, versus kind of just throwing mud at the wall and seeing what sticks in terms of stock picking. Or you get this collective, you know, collective safety when you're buying the entire market. So I love that. I love that data. This has been so awesome. Thank you so much for hanging out with me. Do you have any final parting wisdom for everybody who's listening?   Diania: Oh, man, I feel like I gave you all my gems, all of my sound bites.   Michael: So then let's go back and re listen to this episode if you're listening at home, and where can people find out more about you and the economy conference?   Diania: Yeah, so if you go to economeconference.com. And that's econome with an ME at the end, not an MY, because if you look at the spelling of my name, I really appreciate misspelled words.   Economy conference.com, you can read about all our speakers, you can see all the programming we have planned. You can buy tickets there. Again, it's happening in just a month. So it's right around the corner at the University of Cincinnati. And then you can also subscribe to Optimal Finance Daily, which is the daily podcast that I host and you can allow me to serenade you with the sweet sounds of personal finance knowledge.   Michael: Fantastic. Well, thank you again. I definitely look forward to seeing you again. And I will talk to you soon.   Diania: Awesome. Thanks so much, Michael.   Michael: Thanks and talk to you soon. All righty, everybody, that was our episode a big big, big thank you to Diana that was so much fun. One of one of the most fun episodes I think we've recorded in a long time. So a big thank you to her again. There are so many nuggets of wisdom, pearls of joy of gold, whatever the expression is, so definitely go back and give that episode another listen to again, thanks so much for listening. And as always, we look forward to seeing you on the next one. Happy investing

Friends Drink Beer
160. Bierkrug by Mumford Brewing in collaboration with Our Mutual Friend Brewing Company

Friends Drink Beer

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 44:24


Bierkrug by Mumford Brewing, in collaboration with Our Mutual Friend Brewing Company, is a crisp and hoppy version of a German style Oktoberfest. Started by brothers Peter and Tom Mumford (no relation to the band), they started out homebrewing because their Dad was actually a homebrewer back in the '70s. After a couple of years into their own homebrewing, they began to think that they were doing something that would make a worthwhile endeavor in the real world and started planning their brewery. Although the number of breweries in Los Angeles County has grown considerably since they first opened, and with the San Diego area having over 100 operating craft breweries, they felt there was definitely an unmet need at the time for LA to have more craft beer. This week on FDB - vomiting buzzards, a fruity lawsuit, a desperate need to pee, and more! Now please kick back, and enjoy another sit down with Friends Drink Beer. To support the and find out more about their beers, visit: Website: mumfordbrewing.com Instagram: @mumfordbrewing Have a question for Ryan & Alex? Submit it today at www.friendsdrinkbeer.com, and we will answer it on the next episode! Lastly if you like the show, donate to us and show your support: www.patreon.com/friendsdrinkbeer CREDITS Alex Hobbs - Host/Executive Producer Ryan Roope - Host/Executive Producer Jared Brody - Writer/Producer Chelsea Cook - Writer

Beer of the Day Podcast
Happy Halloween 2021

Beer of the Day Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 87:00


On today's show we finish out the Oktoberfest and Pumpkin beer season and transition into the darker Winter beer styles. We also take a look at the latest craft beer news stories and read comments from the listeners. Discuss this Episode Beers Discussed: America's Original Pumpkin Ale Black Pumpkin Haunted House Punkin Ale Celebration Fresh Hop IPA (2021) KDS Dark Star Bourbon Barrel Aged (2016)

Bears & Beers
Chicago Bears vs San Francisco 49ers Week 8 Preview

Bears & Beers

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 31:05


Da Bears take on the 49ers today on the lakefront.  What will this team look like without Matt Nagy?  Will Justin Fields settle in today as he continues to show leadership on and off the field.  Missing Mack is a blow but getting back Hicks and Quinn is huge.  We discuss the trade deadline and who could be on the block if the Bears fall to 3-5.  We provide a few great memories and historical facts of past Bears/49ers games, including Bill George, the Fridge and Gale Sayers.  Featured beers of the week are Scarlet Dawn IPA from Founders and Schlafly's Oktoberfest.  Go Bears!

Pub Talk Podcast
Episode 309

Pub Talk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 24:37


We're back this week with a studio episode discussing recent beer events like Oktoberfest and our trip to OKC, as well as looking ahead at some upcoming CBAO events as we head into the home stretch of 2021. Check out our site Instagram Facebook YouTube  

Sharktoberfest!
Finale - Sharktoberfest 2

Sharktoberfest!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 79:51


Here it is. The final episode of Sharktoberfest 2! It's been a hell of a month and the boys are taking stock of the good, the bad, and the confusing things that they had to endure this month. Aside from sampling Shark Wheat by Urban Brew Labs out of Chicago, Logan and Dustin hold a little awards ceremony to highlight some of the truly memorable moments of this round of shark madness. They select their favorite Oktoberfest beer of the year and decide the best/worst movies, sharks, kills, and select the most baffling moment of Sharktoberfest! And be sure to listen to the end the hear about the big changes coming to the show!

Home Brew Rock Stars Podcast
E79 Beer Festivus for the Restivus

Home Brew Rock Stars Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 67:58


“Many Christmases ago, I went to buy a doll for my son. I reached for the last one they had, but so did another man. As I rained blows upon him, I realized there had to be another way.” – Frank Costanza Welcome back to Home Brew Rock Stars episode 79 - Beer Festivus for the Rest of Us! In this podcast we unabashedly borrow from the Seinfeld episode where George and his father celebrate an alternative holiday, Festivus. So grab a couple of beers, prepare a Festivus dinner (meatloaf on a bed of lettuce is key to stay true to the holiday), get a Festivus pole, air your grievances and join in the feats of strength then settle in for the show. HAH!! On this episode we have the pleasure of having Scott Walker (no, no not the former Governor of Wisconsin) sit in with us. Scott is the current Vice President of the Forest City Brewers of Rockford, IL. He discusses with us planning, prepping, setting up and tearing down for a beer festival. There is plenty of home brew beer to sample. Scott brought a delicious Amber ale @ 6% ABV using Bravo and East Kent Golding hops. He also shared a New England style IPA that has a 6.2% ABV using Citra, Strata and Azacca hops. Both were great beers! Kent brought his first attempt at an Oktoberfest with a modest 5.4% ABV, golden orange in color and a good malt flavor, very tasty. Kent also made a 5.5% ABV IPA using strictly Loral hops which offered a unique combination of floral, citusy and peppery notes. A very enjoyable session IPA, nice job Kent! Sears went with the high octane and brought a 12% ABV cherry cyser. Cysers are fermented from honey and apple cider then aged to smooth out the flavor. This one was back sweetened and sour cherry puree added for flavor. A sneaky drink that will “grab ya by the Boo Boo” (nod to Cheech and Chong) as the alcohol is well hidden.   We also tried Pig Minds Brewing Totally Caked is a pastry style stout at 11% ABV using coco nibs, vanilla and marshmallow. This was a very good beer even for those of you that are not pastry beer fans. If you have not figured it out WE LOVE BEER and if you have a homebrew that you would like us to try and review on the podcast contact us and we will make arrangements to get it into our thirsty hands. Big thanks to our program sponsors Pig Minds Brewing, Artale & Co, and 815 Gardens and Brewing for all their suds and support, we love you guys! Looking for a great craft beer and some of the best vegan food in the state line? Try Pig Minds Brewing. Seeking a hard to find commercial craft beer, wine or spirits to take home or as a gift? Stop in to Artale & Co, Anthony and Aaron have plenty of great suggestions. Looking to jump into indoor gardening? Stop in to 815 Gardens  Bob will be happy to help. Tell them that HomeBrew Rockstars sent ya. As always we appreciate if you make sure to Like us, Follow us and RATE US! Prost! #drinkitup

Euromaxx
Food Secrets – German beer

Euromaxx

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 6:10


The Germans love their national drink – and not just during Oktoberfest. Germany is world-famous for its beer. While brewing it, the country's purity law still plays an important role.

Hair of the Dogcast
The Dogcast - 101 - Grand Theft Autoberfest!

Hair of the Dogcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 142:45


Prost everybody!  This week we celebrate Oktoberfest by raising our beer steins in honor of the 20th anniversary of the release one of the most popular, influential, and controversial games in modern history:  Grand Theft Auto 3!  So, c'mon in and join The Dogcast  as we discuss the GTA series while imbibing some great Oktoberfest brews from across the world--including some delicious Marzen lagers sent to us by a most-excellent Patreon Pal: Ryan K. 

Two Larrys and a Mic
In this episode of Two Larrys and a Mic, it's the Great Song Covers.

Two Larrys and a Mic

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 40:00


Not only do we celebrate Oktoberfest in this podcast, but also the Great Song Covers and not so great covers. Plus, studio guest Mike Elder shares a couple of great interview moments from his career.

Comic Books and Cold Ones
Boogity Books and Beer-Tober: Marvel's Legion of Monsters

Comic Books and Cold Ones

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 95:55


This episode, things continue to go bump in the dark! Those things primarily being booze-ombies, KMac and Yek,after drinking frighteningly high ABV beers. Join us as we talk about the ghastly appearances of Marvel's Legion of Monsters! Listen in and be prepared to clutch your Bloodstone choker as the beer swigging gallows humor frightens all! Even we needed two beers to drink away the shakes and then drink them back again. Comics covered:Legion of Monsters (Sep 1975): Frankenstein, Manphiban, DraculaHello, I'm Todd Pole, the murky Manphiban!Marvel Premiere  #27 (Dec 1975): SatanaChris Claremont sure has a thing for booby, black leather wearing red heads!Marvel Premiere #28 (Sep 1976): Ghost Rider, Morbius, Werewolf by Night, Man-ThingMonsters always monstering themselves out of getting better. Bloodstone #1-#4 (Oct 2001-Feb 2001): Elsa Bloodstone, Adam (Frankenstein), Dracula, Living MummyFirst time we've read about a tight costume tomb raiding, monster hunter! Oh look, vampire Hitler!Legion of Monsters 1-Shots (Apr 2007-Sep 2007): Werewolf by Night, Frankenstein, Man-Thing,  Zombie (Simon Garth), Satana, Living Mummy, Morbius, Dracula, Lilith – Dracula's DaughterArgggh, monsters are serious and scary, just read Jonathan Hickman's explanatory notes on ancient Egypt to know terror!Punisher Vol 8 #11-#16 -Fraken-Castle Arc (Apr 2010-Sep 2010): Morbius, Living Mummy, Manphibian, Werewolf by Night, Man-Thing, GigantoPsych, like we would boogity ourselves this much in one episode.Legion of Monster #1-#4 (Oct 2011-Jan 2012): Elsa Bloodstone, Morbius, Living Mummy, Manphibian, Werewolf by Night, Damion Hellstrom, SatannishPandemics boogity! Monsters spooky! Monster pandemic not really scary. Beers:  KMac: Beer #1: Oktoberfest, Big Storm Brewing Co., Tampa Bay, FL.Style: Marzen, 6% ABV, 22 IBUsRating: Like a Party Mash in Monster Metropolis!Beer #2: Origin of Darkness, Collective Arts Brewing, Hamilton, ON /  Civil Society Brewing, Jupiter, FL Style: Rye Barrel Aged Stout, 11.6% ABVRating: Think as a Man-Thing!Yek: Beer #1: Spooky, Blue Mountain Brewery, Afton, VAStyle: Barrel Aged Pumpkin Ale, 8.2% ABVRating: Sneaks up on you like a Dimensional Man!Beer #2: Schwarzbier, Ardent Craft Ales, Richmond, VAStyle: Schwarzbier, 5% ABV, 20 IBUsRating: Dark as Satana, a black magic woman

Cigar Coop Prime Time Show
Quesada Corner Audio: Oktoberfest 10th Anniversary

Cigar Coop Prime Time Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 95:57


On this installment of Quesada Corner. The Bull Shark and Coop will be smoking the newly released Quesada Oktoberfest 10th Anniversary cigar and pairing it with a malt beverage. Quesada Oktoberfest was introduced in 2011 and has been an annual release in different sizes and blend variations. The intent of this line was for Quesada to deliver a cigar blend that could be paired with your favorite malt beverage. The Oktoberfest 10th Anniversary edition introduces an all-new blend highlighted by a San Andres wrapper. The Bull Shark and Coop will give their impressions of the cigar experience itself and how well the pairings work. Vitola:  Bavarian Size: 5 1/2 x 52 Wrapper:  San Andres Mexican Binder: Dominican Filler: Dominican Country of Origin: Dominican Republic Factory: Quesada Cigars S.A.

Cigar Coop Prime Time Show
Quesada Corner: Oktoberfest 10th Anniversary

Cigar Coop Prime Time Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 95:57


On this installment of Quesada Corner. The Bull Shark and Coop will be smoking the newly released Quesada Oktoberfest 10th Anniversary cigar and pairing it with a malt beverage. Quesada Oktoberfest was introduced in 2011 and has been an annual release in different sizes and blend variations. The intent of this line was for Quesada to deliver a cigar blend that could be paired with your favorite malt beverage. The Oktoberfest 10th Anniversary edition introduces an all-new blend highlighted by a San Andres wrapper. The Bull Shark and Coop will give their impressions of the cigar experience itself and how well the pairings work. Vitola:  Bavarian Size: 5 1/2 x 52 Wrapper:  San Andres Mexican Binder: Dominican Filler: Dominican Country of Origin: Dominican Republic Factory: Quesada Cigars S.A.

Drep and Stone
Episode 109- Oktoberfest 2021 Beer Tasting Extravaganza

Drep and Stone

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 46:51


Guten tag! While the Munich Oktoberfest was cancelled for the second year in a row, we didn't let that stop us from having our own celebration.  So, on this week's episode we celebrate Oktoberfest 2021 the best way we know how, by doing our largest beer tasting ever! We sample and rank 8 Oktoberfest style beers to find out which one comes out on top.   Want more Oktoberfest? Check out Episode 4 for the history of Oktoberfest, German beers, and the bit about the German E-scooter epidemic.  We'd love to hear from you! Email us your comments and questions: DrepandStone@gmail.com Don't forget to subscribe!  

Who Wear There by the Travel Brats
Oktoberfest, Pumpkin Patches, and Goosebumps - OH MY

Who Wear There by the Travel Brats

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 39:36


Getting into the Halloween festivities can make you feel all giddy like you did when you were a kid. Begin with getting your tickets to Howl-O-Screams in Tampa, Halloween Horror Night in Orlando, or Six Flags Fright Fest. These amusement parks give you haunted thrills while riding your all time favorite roller coasters. Without a doubt, Halloween Horror Night at Universal never gets old. When planning what your Halloween weekend will look like, consider going on a local Bar Crawl or hitting your hometown Oktoberfest at renowned breweries like Fort Myers Brewing Company and Millennial Brewing Company. There's spooky art exhibits to add to your list also, like Sidney & Berne Davis Art center (SBDAC). Throwing a Halloween Costume party also never goes out style, no matter your age. Make it your mission to attend a costume party and hopefully WIN best costume! If you are looking to go away during the Spooky Season, there are two major places to explore - Salem, Massachusetts for America's largest Halloween party Festival of the Dead (Really, Salem may be the place to be with it's very interesting history. It's slogan is Salem is Halloween) or NOLA known for its extensive history of Voodoo, vampires, tours, and more.For the best of the best Haunted House that we mentioned - here's the blog!   

Sharktoberfest!
Shark Lake

Sharktoberfest!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 90:59


It's the final week of Sharktoberfest! Dustin and Logan start the week by proving you can record a podcast about a movie you do not remember at all. Luckily, returning guest Caleb Woodley is there to help them sort out the nonsense that is Shark Lake, a movie where Dolph Lundgren punches a shark! The three fellas also sample Revolution Brewing's Oktoberfest and discuss some other Chicago beers. This episode is full of surprises!

What's On Tap Radio
The Beer Sports Hero America Needs!

What's On Tap Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 83:44


On tap this week: The hero America needs, British man sets Guinness World Record for how many pubs he visited, Two Fisted Slopper, Soccer Moses, Friendly beers lead to murder suspect's arrest, Did Heineken miss their chance?, Beer dispensers, are they worth it? A closer look at the 2021 Wild West Brew Fest. Featuring special guests David Loesch, Rocky Blair, and Chris Garcia. This episode is presented by Cask Branding and RTIC Outdoors. Enjoy the show!

Cocktail Time Machine
The History of Oktoberfest

Cocktail Time Machine

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 5:00


In today's historical shot Avery talks about the reason behind Oktoberfest and some fun facts. Hop in, raise a stein, and enjoy!Links:Reference Article 1Reference Article 2linktr.ee/cocktail.time.machineEmail: cocktailtmboys@gmail.com

Prose and Bros
S2: E42 Snyder's and Pretzels

Prose and Bros

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 51:48


A Pretzel, a Pig, and a Baby Baboon take a fantastic ride on a flying balloon and while they pass by a bright Hanover moon they look down and they see...Snyder's of Hanover! This may sound like gibberish, but your Bros are on a fantastical journey this week with Captain Lawrence Brewing Company and their collaboration with Snyder's of Hanover which created Snyder Bier. This marzen style beer certainly tastes like pretzels and we'll talk all about the history of Snyder's of Hanover while we sample this delicious brew. While talking pretzel's we'll also be talking about children's author Kenn Nesbitt who is certainly not as crazy as Shel Silverstein when it comes to the wild world of children's poetry. We'll talk his busy schedule and how he's delivering poetry to children during the pandemic. So grab a beer and join us for another great episode!Cheers!

Garry Meier Show
GarrForce Cocktail Hour Live 10-22-21

Garry Meier Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 59:39


Academy Award winning special effects expert Dieter Sturm returns to The Garry Meier Show Cocktail Hour LIVE this week to chat with Garry about making snow for movies and television, and to get us all in the mood for Oktoberfest with some music he's written and performed.

The Lutheran Ladies' Lounge from KFUO Radio
#108: Bri's How To Lutheran: Oktoberfestivities

The Lutheran Ladies' Lounge from KFUO Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 26:09


Who doesn't love a good fall festival? And sausages? And pretzels and mustard? In this latest “How to Lutheran,” Bri (a first-generation Lutheran without a discernible drop of German blood in her) celebrates the German Lutheran cultural juggernaut that is Oktoberfest. Starting with Oktoberfest's German (Catholic) origins in Bavaria, Bri frolics through the past and present of this beloved cultural festival, which is observed annually in many American Lutheran churches. She, Sarah, Erin, and Rachel also relive favorite Oktoberfest memories and discuss what Oktoberfest might look like in less homogenous, more culturally diverse congregational contexts. Connect with the Lutheran Ladies on social media in The Lutheran Ladies' Lounge Facebook discussion group (facebook.com/groups/LutheranLadiesLounge). Follow us on Instagram @lutheranladieslounge, and also follow Sarah (@hymnnerd), Rachel (@rachbomberger), Erin (@erinaltered), and Bri (@grrrzevske).

Two Doomed Men
Oktoberfest

Two Doomed Men

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 116:41


We are joined by lederhosen clad friends Mr. B and Ser Gregor The Mountain for an Oktoberfest celebration. Tasting and reviewing several Oktoberfest beers including:Warsteiner Oktoberfest Counter Weight Brewing Co.'s "Fest Bier"Sierra Nevada OktoberfestHacker Pschorr OktoberfestAthletic Brewing Co.'s Non Alcoholic OktoberfestHofbrau OktoberfestWe also discuss the history of Oktoberfest, including during the World War II era.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/TwoDoomedMen)

Brew Roots
Barewolf Brewing

Brew Roots

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 45:10


After years brewing beer that they didn't love to drink at a now defunct Boston based brewery and wanting to do things their way, Barewolf Brewing was born. This 4,000 square foot slice o' paradise (as they call it) in downtown Amesbury Ma is where you can enjoy a plethora of different types of beer that you likely will never have that same beer ever again. This exciting model keeps their patrons coming back for more and keeps the brewers always looking for what's next. While we enjoy this model it is a bummer we might never have their Oktoberfest again it was quite good. Or will we? Who knows, we don't . ***For hours and more information check out https://www.barewolfbrewing.com or any of their social media.***Claw Hammer Supply- Claw Hammer Supply has taken brew in a bag (BIAB) to a whole new level with there single vessel, turn-key, all grain, digital brewing system. It's a homebrew setup like you've never seen. Instead of a typical brewing systems that require 2 or even 3 different vessels (pots, pans, kettles, etc…). theirs only uses 1.Use our link https://www.clawhammersupply.com/?aff=12 and get your system today!Looking to start a new hobby? Wanting to get into homebrewing? Just looking to upgrade your current set up? We have you covered with our Beer & Wine Hobby promo code! Beer & Wine Hobby is a Family owned business driven to help folks make amazing beers, wines, cheeses, and charcuterie. Fortunately, for our listeners we are able to offer an exclusive promo code for 10% off your online order. Items can either be ordered online and picked up in store same day for our local listeners or delivered to your home (for free over $35). Use our promo code BREWROOTS for 10% off your next order! Go to www.beer-wine.com to get all your brewing needs! https://www.beer-wine.com***Each month, Shirts On Tap teams up with a local brewery, to collaborate on a sweet custom shirt design, and then send it to their members with coupons, stickers, a brewery bio, and more! Join the excitement with our exclusive link shirtsontap.com/offers/brewroots to get your first box for $5! ***Did you know that some of your favorite breweries use hops from a local family operated Hop Farm right here in Massachusetts. Our friends over at Four Star Farms are there for you wether you are a commercial brewery or a small scale home brewer. Make sure to head over to their website today and get your hands on some of the best and freshest hops locally. https://fourstarfarms.com Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Idiotville: Erie, PA’s Favorite Podcast
Idiotville #174: Happy Trails to Ted Hallowell

Idiotville: Erie, PA’s Favorite Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 83:37


This Week's Idiots: Dill, Brent, Anna, and Ted BroganTed Hallowell joins the crew at CAM Studios on this week's delayed episode to talk about the end of his time here in Erie!That's right, folks, Ted Hallowell is headed to College Station, TX!He talks to us about the end of his time at Star 104 and iHeart.We get into some weird Western PA wedding talk: Cookie tables, donuts instead of cake, terrible towels and entrance music!It *IS* the month of Dill – his Iowa Hawkeyes, Pittsburgh Steelers, and Atlanta Braves are all having quite an October! Listen to him gloat!=====================================================================The Atacolypse Food Truck Beer Segment: We sit down and try “Leaf Peeper” from Logyard Brewing out of Kane, PA – this is a quality Oktoberfest beer, listen in to hear what we think about it! We play a little “Where's the Conquistador?” and explain the concept of “Mexican Applesauce” to Ted H. You can always catch this segment live on Facebook around 5:30 on Wednesdays!=====================================================================After the Break:We all have our own theme song – why don't you?Is Ted going to continue his pro wrestling career in Texas? What's after No Hugging, No Learning? We discuss the fact that there's no evidence of “Yes, Dear” anywhere except YouTube, which segues into a bit of a tangent from Dill and Ted H. What HAS Ted been doing in his time off? All this and SO MUCH MORE!=====================================================================Do you feel like you aren't getting enough Idiotville? Check out our Patreon for BONUS CONTENT at Patreon.com/idiotvillepodcast(c) 2021 Idiotville Productions. This content may not be used without written permission of Idiotville Podcast Productions. =====================================================================www.idiotvillepodcast.buzzsprout.com www.patreon.com/idiotvillepodcast - It's back!www.teepublic.com/idiotvilleproductions=====================================================================Our theme song is composed and performed by Warehouse 11: Guitars by Brian Blake, drums by Dave Blake, bass by Chris Owochttps://www.facebook.com/Warehouse11Band/ http://www.warehouseelevenband.yolasite.com/=====================================================================www.idiotvillepodcast.comwww.facebook.com/idiotvillepodcastinstagram: idiotvillepodcastTwitter: @BrentNLibery, @TheRealJakeNew1, @Dill_spears, @TedBrogan2, @MartyBalawkay, @Trashsportstakeidiotvillepodcast@gmail.comJoin our Facebook group!Support the show (http://Patreon.com/idiotvillepodcast)

Plausibly Live! - The Official Podcast of The Dave Bowman Show

In the year of our Lord 1810, a celebration was held to commemorate the marriage of a beautiful and beloved princess to an absolute jerk of a Prince who would go on to become King. Eventually the people got rid of the ruler, but they kept the celebration. Which serves to remind us that our expectations of our leaders are – more often than not – misplaced and subject to great disappointment.

Father John Hollowell
How to be GREAT

Father John Hollowell

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 3:24


Homily for the 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year B, October 16 and 17, 2021   “Those who are recognized as rulers over the Gentiles lord it over them, and their great ones make their authority over them felt.  But it shall not be so among you.  Rather, whoever wishes to be great among you will be your servant.” The Apostles desire greatness and Jesus says the key is a willingness to serve. 10 days ago, our youth groups were reflecting on the virtue of Magnanimity, which just means a striving for a greatness of soul.  We watched a video put out by the Knights of Columbus on this virtue.  It talked about this very Gospel passage, and what it means to be a great leader: SERVICE You can strive to be the best janitor, the best husband the best wife, the best parent, the best student the best plumber you can be…wherever you find yourself you can strive for becoming great, and that will be attained in proportion to how well you serve those under you.  I find great value in getting down among the trenches with you all, setting up tables and chairs for dinners or Oktoberfest, setting up stuff for the youth group, helping clean up after events, and not leaving until the cleaning is done.  Trying to help fix things when I can, going out once a month to the sick and shut ins, helping set up for Mass – I truly feel that there is no job in the parish that I am above. And I think, because of that approach, I think I am a better leader.  On your sports teams, if you are a star or a senior, do you lord it over those under you or do you help carry out the bag of balls to practice even though it is not expected? At work, do you help those under you with their tasks, even though you could tell them to do it themselves? At the parish, do you help out even though it is not required nor expected? In your family, do you lord it over your siblings or help them accomplish their task?   “Those who are recognized as rulers over the Gentiles lord it over them, and their great ones make their authority over them felt.  But it shall not be so among you.  Rather, whoever wishes to be great among you will be your servant.” The Apostles wanted to be APPOINTED to leadership positions, but Jesus was a very practical guy.  He encourages servant leadership precisely for the reason that it is MORE EFFECTIVE than a simple appointment to a position!  May we trust in Jesus, may we seek to be great not by simply being put in a position of authority, but by earning the trust of those who we have been asked to lead.

Bold Alpha
Spirits Celebration - Tank Brewing Freedom Tower

Bold Alpha

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 14:48


On this week's Bold Alpha Weekly Spirits Celebration we are sampling Tank Brewing Freedom Tower as we continue trying beer for Oktoberfest.

Grape Friends
Episode 24 - Oktoberfest

Grape Friends

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 42:54


We're BREWING up something good this week! Your Grape Friends are SQUASHING podcast norms and HOPPING on over to the magical land of Fall Beers. Do we even like beer? Only time will tell.

We Drink and We Farm Things
Dive Bar #10 - History of Oktoberfest

We Drink and We Farm Things

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 22:01


In this episode we talk all things Oktoberfest, the world's largest and possibly the most fun, folk festival that had humble beginnings as a horse race! For full show notes go to www.drinkandfarm.com/divebar10

Brew Roots
Stompbox Brewing

Brew Roots

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 47:52


Our guest this week are from Davenport Iowa, you might say what's a fun fact about Davenport? Well we will give you two. One is Davenport is the birth place of sliced bread and the other is it's the home of our guest this week Stompbox Brewing. We talked to Matt and James about their journey from home brewers to opening up their own place. We also get into guitar pedals and how they made an Oktoberfest without lagering it. It's a wild episode!Cheers!***For hours and more information check out https://www.stompboxbrewing.com or any of their social media.***Claw Hammer Supply- Claw Hammer Supply has taken brew in a bag (BIAB) to a whole new level with there single vessel, turn-key, all grain, digital brewing system. It's a homebrew setup like you've never seen. Instead of a typical brewing systems that require 2 or even 3 different vessels (pots, pans, kettles, etc…). theirs only uses 1.Use our link https://www.clawhammersupply.com/?aff=12 and get your system today!Looking to start a new hobby? Wanting to get into homebrewing? Just looking to upgrade your current set up? We have you covered with our Beer & Wine Hobby promo code! Beer & Wine Hobby is a Family owned business driven to help folks make amazing beers, wines, cheeses, and charcuterie. Fortunately, for our listeners we are able to offer an exclusive promo code for 10% off your online order. Items can either be ordered online and picked up in store same day for our local listeners or delivered to your home (for free over $35). Use our promo code BREWROOTS for 10% off your next order! Go to www.beer-wine.com to get all your brewing needs! https://www.beer-wine.com***Each month, Shirts On Tap teams up with a local brewery, to collaborate on a sweet custom shirt design, and then send it to their members with coupons, stickers, a brewery bio, and more! Join the excitement with our exclusive link shirtsontap.com/offers/brewroots to get your first box for $5! ***Did you know that some of your favorite breweries use hops from a local family operated Hop Farm right here in Massachusetts. Our friends over at Four Star Farms are there for you wether you are a commercial brewery or a small scale home brewer. Make sure to head over to their website today and get your hands on some of the best and freshest hops locally. https://fourstarfarms.com Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Acquired Tastings
Oktoberfest Beers!

Acquired Tastings

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 46:50


Josh and Jords say Prost to Dad while they drink Oktoberfest. The have one plate consisting of Coastal English cheddar, jagerwurst, and a 4 meat 6 cheese pizza. The drink the Haufbrau Haus Oktoberfest from Germany and a local from Ozark Brewing. They have a wonderful time chatting about their shared love for Oktoberfests and as foodies, they talk a lot about food. Its a great time!

The Hello Someday Podcast
Ep. 79: Your First Year Alcohol Free: Part 1

The Hello Someday Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 58:24


What happens in your first year alcohol-free? How will you feel in your first 30 days sober? And what changes might you see in your body and your life after 100 days of not drinking? How do you navigate your first holiday, party, friendships, relationships, Halloween, Oktoberfest and football season without alcohol? My guest is one of my private coaching clients, Christy, who called me on Day 1 and started working with me on Day 4 of not drinking. She just hit one year alcohol-free and is sharing what worked for her, why she stopped drinking, what tools she relied upon to get through wine o'clock and how she feels now. Today we're going to talk about all of that and more. For full show notes, head over to www.hellosomedaycoaching.com/79 Here are 4 ways I can support you in taking a break from alcohol Reach out to learn about private coaching and schedule a Free 30-Minute discovery call.  Take my FREE CLASS on 5 Secrets To Successfully Take a Break From Drinking Join The Sobriety Starter Kit. It's the private, on-demand sober coaching course you need to break out of the drinking cycle. Grab the Free 30 Day Guide To Quitting Drinking, 30 Tips For Your First Month Alcohol-Free   Connect with Casey Find out more about Casey and her coaching programs, head over to her website, www.hellosomedaycoaching.com Take a screenshot of your favorite episode, post it on your Instagram and tag me @caseymdavidson and tell me your biggest takeaway!

The Weekly ReCap (Beer Podcast)
The Weekly Re-Cap 9/26/21 : The Sara Show Part 2!

The Weekly ReCap (Beer Podcast)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 55:02


Episode 154 : The Sara Show Part 2! Nick welcomes Sara back to the podcast due to Alex's extended hiatus. Sara kicks us off by talking about her trip to Chicago for a work conference. Lots of Zombie Dust and touristy stuff on down time made Sara explore the local beer distributors to bring home stuff. She told us the story of Spin, the ping pong place. Chewiee makes an entrance and can't stop sniffing the microphone. Sara brought home 18th Street, Hop Butcher, and Half Acre beers. They were all especially good. After the Chicago rundown, we talked about Eleventh Hour's anniversary on Saturday and raved about the BYS anniversary stouts. Nick gives an open invitation to anyone who wants to cohost the Weekly Re-Cap while we try to nail down a new permanent cohost. Nick tells the story of visiting Trace Brewing with Alex while Sara was out of town, to celebrate Pittsburgh Coffee Week! Sara tells of her love of Oktoberfest and the festbier, while we talk about the beer we're drinking. Nick struggles with the word and the aroma of the terpenes of Blockbuster Night Pt 1. Nick talks about his Tavour box for Barrel and Flow fest. Nick is excited about the reveal of the top podcast in Pittsburgh by Pgh City Paper (hint: We didn't win.) We pump up the DG anniversary which they share with Allegheny City Brewing. Then, we run down the Three Rivers Beer Week put on by none other than the Pittsburgh Brewers Guild. After we run down the #TRBW we talk about our early opinions on Midnight Mass. Sara wants KDrama friends and is very excited about Squid Game. We then talk about the comments of the week, thanks to @halloweenisforever Brian for suggesting some horror movies to watch. We go down the spooky rabbit hole and talk about a lot of pop culture TV. Nick saved some cans from Barrel and Flow and rates his favorite of the 5 in front of him. We wrap quickly with a shout to Fueled By Hops and our affiliate code (theweeklyrecap for 20% off!) Thank you all for listening! Beers We Drank: Blockbuster Night Pt 1 - Brew Gentlemen x Run The Jewels (DIPA - 8.0%) Jumbo Slice - Other Half (DIPA - 8.0%) Music: All The Way Up - Eddy freemusicarchive.org/music/eddy/2_D…th-CloudBounce

Drinking Alone, With Friends!
#158 - Oktoberfestapalooza Takes Over

Drinking Alone, With Friends!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 70:41


Hey folks, its time to celebrate our annual tradition here at Drinking Alone, With Friends! The only difference is our Oktoberfest celebration goes year round! So join us again as we celebrate with a double take on a classic Oktoberfest beer, while Obert tries a modern take on the style.  If you want to know how you can have your own Oktoberfest celebration, check out these tips from the spruce eats on ways to join in the party! Prost!   Three Handles on Our Frosty Mug of Wisdom Pokemon TCG Celebrations Squid Game Hunter's Beef Stew Follow us: Instagram YouTube Facebook Discord  - Join to drink beer, spirits or wine with us!  Support our Beer Buying Habits on Patreon (don't forget to subscribe to drink with Chris while he drinks a Bud Light Chelada!) Chris' Twitch Stream! e(nvelope)-mail us! Click here to let Jordan know your breakfast choices Special Thanks to the following for being AWESOME! Jordan of the Wreck My Podcast! crew! Jake for being a great Friend, Twitch Mod and Trader of Beers! Sal for being the best letter writer/Tud challenger/beer sender ever! Larissa for being the ULTIMATE handle giver of the podcast! Shea for becoming a ROCKSTAR patron!

That Reload Life Podcast
Ep.107- Oktoberfest Beers

That Reload Life Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 76:09


What makes an Oktoberfest beer? What are some of the best ones? Lou Kittrell, Mr. 6900 Beers, joins us for our Fall Oktoberfest beer edition as we taste various beers... one of which Jeremy the Bouj claims, may be the best beer he's EVER had! 

The YaJagoff! Podcast - All about Pittsburgh
Ya Jagoff Podcast: An Oktoberfest Celly at The Rock, YaJagoff!

The YaJagoff! Podcast - All about Pittsburgh

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 58:12


The suds poured for Oktoberfest at the Slippery Rock Parks and Recreation area where Eintracht Maennerchor rolled out the barrels with German and American songs ala a 40-man band. The jags welcomed Tom Baker, politician, philanthropist, and Executive Director for the North Hills Community Outreach while Mayor Longo talked about what makes Slippery Rock THE hometown U.S.A.  Plus a pit stop at Sperdute Farms! Rohrich Honda may get a smaller fleet of cars and trucks weekly, but they have a 100-point system to best prepare their pre-owned and certified vehicles on the lot. Plus, they have a warehouse full of back ups that can satisfy any vehicle request. Visit rohrich.com for all of your vehicle needs. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Bold Alpha
Spirits Celebration - Kentucky Bourbon Barrel Ale

Bold Alpha

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 13:06


For today's Bold Alpha Weekly Spirits Celebration we continue our Oktoberfest celebration with the Kentucky Bourbon Barrel Ale from Lexington Brewing Company.

Travel with Rick Steves
538a Why I Love Berlin; Italian Coffee Bars

Travel with Rick Steves

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 52:00


Three tour guides from Berlin suggest sights to see and experiences to enjoy in Germany's vibrant, changing capital. And to celebrate Oktoberfest season, a tour guide from Munich explains why beer gardens are so important to Bavarian culture. Then two guides from Italy walk us through the typical Italian's daily visit to a coffee bar, and share tips on how to order your espresso like a true Italian. For more information on Travel with Rick Steves - including episode descriptions, program archives and related details - visit www.ricksteves.com.

The Dori Monson Show
Hour 2: Leavenworth moving Oktoberfest beer garden to Wenatchee

The Dori Monson Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 32:28


1PM - The Fastest 15 // Nicole saw Jesus Christ Superstar // Leavenworth moving Oktoberfest beer garden to Wenatchee // Hump Day with 710 ESPN's Brock Huard // Biden gaffs // Mike Tyson says he was 'beaten into submission', didn't want the vaccination See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Jason Rantz Show
Hour 2 - Oktoberfest is ruined

The Jason Rantz Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 37:24


What's Trending: King County considering increased investments in overdose prevention, and Fauci-mania has gone on way too long. Big Local: Leavenworth gets rid of beer gardens at Oktoberfest. Rantz has a terrifying experience on the street. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.