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The Tipsy Timeline is your go-to comedic podcast where history and alcohol collide. Hosts James and Cory take you on a journey through history to discuss the many fascinating stories about alcohol and how it has created the world as we know it today. So come and join us for a story and join us for a drink. Cheers!

The Tipsy Timeline is your go-to comedic podcast where history and alcohol collide. Hosts James and Cory take you on a journey through history to discuss the many fascinating stories about alcohol and how it has created the world as we know it today. So come and join us for a story and join us for a drink. Cheers!

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United States

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The Tipsy Timeline is your go-to comedic podcast where history and alcohol collide. Hosts James and Cory take you on a journey through history to discuss the many fascinating stories about alcohol and how it has created the world as we know it today. So come and join us for a story and join us for a drink. Cheers!

Language:

English


Episodes

Romancing the Shine: Bootlegger Lewis Redmon

5/18/2022
Today we discuss another famous bootlegger, Lewis Redmond! Learn the story of his rise, grace, legendary attitude, and eventual turn towards legitimacy. Sources for today's episode can be found at the following...

Duration:00:34:29

Original Ghosting: The Bahama Queen

5/11/2022
This is the story of Gertrude Lythgoe, the Bahama Queen. If you enjoyed this episode consider checking out the resources we used to make it: https://m.facebook.com/watch/?v=430521664392746&_rdrhttps://www.homestead.org/homesteading-history/women-bootleggers/https://sallyjling.org/2011/06/28/gertrude-lythgoe-fascinating-women-of-prohibition/

Duration:00:30:35

Desperate Enough: Angostura Bitters

5/4/2022
In today's episode we look at the creation and rise of Angostura bitters. Sources for today's episode can be found in the following...

Duration:00:26:53

7-Minute Serfdom: Non-Alcoholic Beers

4/25/2022
Today's episode is about the history of non-alcoholic beers and how the gained popularity in Europe, but not the United States. If you enjoyed this episode, consider buying us a beer by going to TipsyTimeline.com/Support and, as always, check out the resources we used to build the...

Duration:00:31:37

Treason Adjacent: A Rum Rebellion

4/18/2022
Today we discuss Australia's Rum Rebellion. Sources for today's episode come from the following...

Duration:00:31:49

Liquid Wonder Bread: Budweiser Rising

4/14/2022
This is the origin story of the Budweiser Brewery. If you enjoyed the episode consider buying us a beer at our Patreaon at TipsyTimeline.com/Support and please check out the resources we used to make the...

Duration:00:39:40

Iowan Standoff: The Beer Riots

3/28/2022
This is the story of the Iowan Beer Riots; a night of bloodshed and brews. If you liked this episode consider joining our Patreon and buying us a beer at TipsyTimeline.com/Support. Also, please check out the resources we used to make this...

Duration:00:25:39

Monopolistic Penguins: How Ice Got in Your Glass

3/28/2022
This is the story of Frederic "The Ice King" Tudor and how he brought ice to the masses and their cocktails. If you liked this episode consider joining our Patreon and buying us a beer at TipsyTimeline.com/Support. Also, please check out the resources we used to make this episode: https://www.alcoholprofessor.com/blog-posts/blog/2018/03/19/a-brief-history-of-icehttps://vinepair.com/articles/ice-in-drinks-history/The Stubborn American Who Brought Ice to the World - The...

Duration:00:37:31

So Sticky: Champagne Celebration Sprays

3/9/2022
Today we discuss the evolution of champagne showers and their evolution from the world of racing. Why the expensive sprays? Someone had to start it, right? Sources for today's episode can be found in the following...

Duration:00:22:33

Nah, Brah: How to Ignore Prohibition

3/7/2022
"TJ" Pendergast managed to use political connections to completely ignore prohibition in Kansas City. But how? Was that even possible? The answer is yes, but the "why" involves some pretty fascinating tit-for-tat politicking. Find out the whole story on this week's episode. Sources for today's story can be found in the following...

Duration:00:27:29

Dr Frenchman: Longworth Sparkling Wine

2/22/2022
Today we enjoy the story of Nicholas Longworth, the eccentric lawyer who helped cultivated America's first successful commercial winery! Find out the hows and whys of the birth of American wine along the beautiful Ohio River. Sources for today's episode can be found in the following...

Duration:00:28:43

Sack Slap: The Evolution of Sherry

2/14/2022
This week we discuss the trials, tribulations, conquests, and continuation of Spain's famous wine, Sherry. Find out how grapes came to the Iberian peninsula and how many cultures tweaked and adapted their use to form what we now know as Sherry. Sources for today's episode can be found at the following...

Duration:00:38:25

Benny & Benne: Miner's Club Benedictine

2/7/2022
Today's story involves the Burnley miners' working men's social club and how it became the biggest buyer of Benedictine in the world! Sources for today's story can be found in the following...

Duration:00:25:12

CIA of Grapes: Dr. Konstantin Franck

2/3/2022
This is the story of Dr. Konstantin Franck, the man heavily responsible for making cold weather grape growing possible. If you enjoyed this episode consider buying us a beer on our Patreon at TipsyTimeline.com/Support. And definitely check out the resources we used to make this...

Duration:00:36:57

Kentucky Fried Monk: Lies of Benedictine

1/24/2022
This week we discuss the history and mythology of Benedictine, the classic herb liquor. Sources for today's show can be found in the following...

Duration:00:29:23

Frasier of Grapes: Winemaking in the Finger Lakes

1/19/2022
This episode is about the history of winemaking in the Finger Lakes and the tremendous impact that this part of the country had on the American winemaking industry. If you enjoyed this show, consider buying us a beer by going to our Patreon at TipsyTimeline.com/Support. Also, take a look at the resources that we used to make this...

Duration:00:37:50

Cranberry Bloodletting: A Song of Sangria

1/3/2022
This week we explore the origins of Sangria, how and why it evolved, and how it became so closely associated with Spain. Sources for today's episode can be found in the following...

Duration:00:28:12

Anaphylactic Erikson: North American Wine

12/23/2021
This episode is about the history of wine in North America. If you enjoyed this episode consider checking out our Patreon at TipsyTimeline.com/Support. And be sure to check out the resources we used to make this episode:

Duration:00:26:31

John "Bandito" Hancock: America's National Beverage

12/15/2021
Today we discuss how and why Portuguese Madeira became the semi-official drink of the American Revolution. Join us for the here and then. Sources for today's episode can be found in the following...

Duration:00:30:59

Water Losers: The Ladies Save Jamestown

12/6/2021
This is the story of how female brewers saved the colony of Jamestown from ruin. If you liked this episode, consider buying us a beer at our Patreon: TipsyTimelin.com/support. And check out the resources we used to make the episode: https://www.atlasobscura.com/articles/first-american-brewershttps://www.nps.gov/jame/learn/historyculture/the-indispensible-role-of-women-at-jamestown.htmhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cherry_bouncehttps://beerandbrewing.com/how-women-brewsters-saved-the-world/

Duration:00:32:44