It's been one year of the The Two Beer Queers! No, we can't believe it either. Tom and Josh celebrate by live streaming this episode, and enjoying a brunch drink classic. Old friends, new friends, and hangovers. This episode has everything.
They opened up the black sarcophagus and found... Tom and Josh?The queers are apart...again. This time they decide to go through the biggest headlines of the week and cry over Taylor Swift, bone juice, and yucky television.
In a love letter to video games, Tom and Josh discuss how gaming helped them understand their sexuality, and what it means to play as a queer character, especially if you aren't queer yourself. Tom is in California, the jerk.
Are you living for The Two Beer Queers? Then check out this recording of their live show, recorded in front of an audience at Trade bar in DC. From Sarah Sanders to RuPaul's Drag Race to OnlyFans, they're dishing on everything, with the added input from hecklers.
Zach Stafford is the Editor in Chief at Grindr. He's a go to for gay news, so we sat him down to chat about his work, his life, and his Grindr secrets. Also, Josh tries a new accent, and Tom is VERY over it.
Oh boy, oh boy, oh boy. This is a special one folks. We're all winners here at The Two Beer Queers, but our guest today has a special claim to that title. Coming to you live from a stairwell in Buffalo, we are so excited to bring you TRIXIE MATTEL. Oh honey, you don't even know what you're in for today.
Tom and Josh talk to Julie, a real life beer brewer who's running for Lieutenant Governor of Maryland. Learn all you could ever hope to learn about brewing, local politics, and what it's like to be an LGBTQ+ small business owner.
Is Call Me By Your Name gay exploitation? That's the question Tom and Josh start the episode with, which leads them down a rabbit hole of Demi Lovato, Neil Patrick Harris, and Bud Light (ew). Hear the two queers talk about the difference between being catered to and being exploited, and how it's sometimes hard to tell.