Time for a one off! On Episode 31, our hosts review one album and one beer...Both Stephen and Jesse try the Bourbon Aged Dark Ale from Innis & Gunn while reviewing the debut self titled album from the now solo Harry Styles (Previously of One Direcition). Awesome Beer, and just as awesome artists! This is a one off recipe for success. Cheers!
Trying to be wordy on Episode number 30! This week, our heroes embark on another adventure of music and beer. Jesse reviews The Sufferer and the Witness by Rise Against while trying the Mantra Brewing Veteris. Stephen reviews Cease to Begin by Band of Horses while enjoying the Evil Twin Brewing Molotov Surprise. Definitely a recipe for success...Cheers!
Time for a one off! On Episode 29, our hosts review one album and one beer...Both Stephen and Jesse try the Hopslam from Bells Brewing while reviewing the album called Wednesday Morning, 3 A.M. by the legendary Simon and Garfunkel. Awesome Beer, and just as awesome artists! This is a one off recipe for success. Cheers!
Its episode 28! On this adventure, our hosts branch out yet again. Jesse unpacks From the Ashes by Pennywise while trying the Gran Met from Voodoo Brewing. Stephen reviews Marquee Moon by Television while tasting the Rail Spike IPA from Rusty Rail. Recipe for success...Cheers!
Time for a one off! On Episode 27, our hosts review one album and one beer...Both Stephen and Jesse try the Final Destination from Erie Brewing Co while reviewing the album called Worry by none consistently great Jeff Rosenstock. Both items are great! This is a one off recipe for success. Cheers!
Pick up sticks, its 26! This week our hosts rejoin to talk about 2 new albums and try 2 new beers. Stephen evaluates David Bowies swan song album, Blackstar, while drinking the Lagunitas Saketumi. Jesse listens to Please Remain Calm by Hostage Calm while trying the Coconut Victory at Sea from Ballast Point. A recipe for success? you got that right! Cheers!
Time for a one off! On Episode 25, our hosts review one album and one beer...Both Stephen and Jesse try the 3Beans Barrel Aged Porter from Sixpoint Brewing while reviewing the album called Rubber Soul by none other than The Beatles! Both items are great! This is a one off recipe for success. Cheers!
Want some more? Here's episode 24! This week, our champions return with full force. Stephen reviews the iconic album by Neutral Milk Hotel called In the Aeroplane Over the Sea while trying the 450 Brewing 6 Piece Nugget IPA. Jesse recounts the punk album Green Star by the band Pears while drinking the Attention Please IPA from Bearded Iris. This is quite a recipe...a recipe for success that is! Cheers!
Time for a one off! On Episode 23, our hosts review one album and one beer...Both Stephen and Jesse try the Blueberry Pie Brown Ale while reviewing the album called The Dream is Over by the Canadian rock band Pup. Both items are great! This is a simple recipe for success. Cheers!
HoneyDew? No, its episode 22! Just as the number 22 is a repeating number, this week our heroes revisit bands from previous episodes. Stephen reviews the beast of an album called The Suburbs By Arcade fire while trying the new IPA from Dogfish Head called Liquid Truth Serum. Jesse listens to Bad Religion's timeless album Stranger than Fiction while trying Ommegang's Game of Thrones inspired double white ale called Winter is Coming. This week is a recipe for repeat success! Cheers!
"I remember my first beer"! On this very special 21st episode of American Brews and Tunes, our hosts re taste what they had for their first legal brews...Coors Light and Budweiser! They also listen to albums that have references to drinking. Stephen reviews Fiction Family's album Fiction Family Reunion while Jesse listens to Turn the Radio Off by Reel Big Fish. Sounds like a recipe for legal success! Cheers!
Is that a onesie? No, its episode twenty! This week our heroes continue on their adventure of American Brews and Tunes. Stephen listens to Postcards From Ursa Minor by Will Varley and Jesse reviews Slowly Going the Way of the Buffalo by MxPx. This week both of our hosts taste the 21st Anniversary IPA by Stone...Hail to the Hop Thief. Surely this will result in nothing less than success. Cheers!
Is that a fine bean? No! Its Episode 19. This week on American Brews and Tunes, our heroes delve into some new gems. Jesse gloats over Nevermind by Nirvana and tries the Zico Tango Foxtrot while Stephen jams to Balcony by Catfish and the Bottlemen as he enjoys the Braxton Brewing New England iPA. Recipe for success you ask? For sure...Cheers!
Great bean? No, its episode 18! This week our hosts rejoin on another episode of American Brews and Tunes. Stephen Tries Brewdog's Elvis Juice while review Fleet Foxes self titled debut album. Jesse sips the Stone 2017 Woot Stout while listening to Ixnay on the Hombre by The Offspring. Certainly not a recipe for a burger...but definitely a recipe for success. Cheers!
Revenant is seen? or is it Seventeen? Truth...here is Episode #17 of American Brews and Tunes. This week, our hosts continue the tradition. Stephen listens to Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix while trying the Tailgate Drewcifer, while Jesse reviews Green Day's Dookie and enjoys the Founders PC Pils. Is this a recipe for success? Most definitely. Cheers!
Are those bricks clean? No, it's Episode #16! In this latest adventure, our hosts peruse new American Brews and Tunes. Stephen tackles the Frightened Rabbit album called The Winter of Mixed drinks while enjoying a Schlafly Helles Lager. Jesse reviews Milo Goes to College by Descendents and tries the Stone Ruinten IPA with Orange and Vanilla. If this isn't a recipe for success, than we might need a new cookbook.
I'm sorry Dave, I'm afraid I can't do that.....Don't be too mean, here is Episode 15! This week, our heroes fight for their right to enjoy American Brews and Tunes. Jesse reviews The Walking Wounded by Bayside while trying the Founders Breakfast Stout. Stephen ponders the double ep A Sea of Split Pea's by Australian artist Courtney Barnett as he tackles the Even More Coco Jesus by Evil Twin Brewing. Wow, with this setup, it must surely be a recipe for success. Cheers!
Need to be more seen, or do you just need Episode 14? This week, join our hosts as they embark on another brewventure. Stephen listens to No Line On The Horizon by U2 while sipping the Evil Twin Imperial Doughnut break while Jesse dances to Rancid's ...And Out Come The wolves while trying the Evil Check Bigsby White Stout. What a crazy sounding episode! Anyhoo, should be yet another recipe for success. Cheers!
Is that fur green? No, its Episode 13! This week on American Brews and Tunes, our explorers continue to search for new Music and Beer. Stephen wades through the Frankenhammer by Yellowhammer brewing while experiencing Will Butler's Policy. Likewise, Jesse tolerates the Abita Brewing Shotgun while loving Punk In Drublic by NOFX. This week may be wacky, it may be insightful, it may even be revolutionary...but one thing's for sure, it will be a recipe for a good episode! Cheers!
Want something similar to a blessin'? Come on over, here's Episode Eleven! Our friends join up yet again to face the daunting challenge...listening to music and trying craft beer. This week, Jesse joyfully sits through Make Your Mark by Living with Lions and sipping a 120 Minute IPA from Dogfish Head, while Stephen seemingly tolerates They Want My Soul by Spoon and sipping a Peanut Butter Jelly Time Ale from Catawba Brewing. This episode gets goofy, as a number of as-of-yet-to-exist...