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  • What's in YOUR pint?
    2019-2021, Brandon McCarty and Paul Wade
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  • We Go In-ZANE and Make Beer Disappear

    Mar 16 2021
    In this, our SILVER ANNIVERSARY EPISODE, we visit Zane's World and revel in his creative juices (not sure that's the right terminology), from his plethora of comedic creations. Next, 'pick a beer, any beer, and I'll make it disappear,' we speak with an actual magician who fills our pints with wonder. Finally, in an effort to hydrate before heavyweight drinking on St. Patrick's Day, we see how long our lagers last, in this month's BEER DOME! That, and our usual craic on this episode of Life in 16 oz. #Lifein16oz    #WhatsinYOURpint    #BeerDome SHOW NOTES Skip to Paul’s Irish Red (2:19) Skip to Beer News (4:38) Skip to Cadbury vs Peeps (6:50) Skip to Zane Lamprey, Comedian/Video Creator (17:12) Skip to Brandon calls Zane the “Huell Howser of Alcohol & Beer” (23:43) Skip to Beer Dome: Lager Beer Battle - Intro (36:50) Skip to Brian Cassady, Magician (40:23) Skip to Beer Dome: Lager Beer Battle - Finale (1:01:12)   Keep scrolling for more info and photos related to this episode.   FEATURED THIS EPISODE Cadbury / Goose Island Beer Company / Iron Horse Brewery / Zane Lamprey's Laughs & Drafts Comedy Tour / Adv3nture / Zane's World Podcast / Three Sheets / Four Sheets / Drinking Made Easy / Chug / Pleepleus / Fogbelt Brewing Company / Maui Brewing Company / Bass Ale / Guinness / Brian Cassady, Magician / Moonlight Brewing Company / Grains of Virtue Brewing Company / E9 Brewing Company / Berryessa Brewing Company   BEER NEWS Naval Air Station Pensacola limits beer sales to young sailors Referred to by Paul in his Beer News segment. Published by Fox News. Cadbury Creme Eggs Now Come in Beer Form Referred to by Paul in his Beer News segment. Published by Food & Wine. Lawmakers consider bill allowing grocery stores to sell beer, wine Referred to by Paul in his Beer News segment. Published by WBAL-TV 11.   BEER DOME - LAGER STYLE BEER BATTLE My Fishing Buddy - in Paul's corner Lager - Dry Hopped, 5.5% ABV, No IBUs E9 Brewing Company, Tacoma, WA Free Kittens - in Brandon's corner Lager - Lager, 5% ABV, No IBUs Berryessa Brewing Company, Winters, CA   PHOTOS AND CAPTIONS Funnyman Zane Lamprey is an expert in all things like beer and booze. He's a regular speaker, beverage judge, and author of the book: 6 Continents, 15 Countries, 190 drinks and 1 Mean Hangover, published by Random House. Set to appear at craft breweries all over the U.S., "Zane Lamprey's Laughs & Drafts Comedy Tour" kicks off in June, with tickets going on sale March 17. (Courtesy photo/@ZaneLamprey via Facebook) TV host, comedian, author and entrepreneur Zane Lamprey kicks off his next comedy tour this summer, heading to breweries and venues all across the country. Hear more from the host of Three Sheets, Four Sheets, Drinking Made Easy and Chug, and about his upcoming tour and whether Pleepleus will be joining him on this episode of Life in 16 oz.  (Courtesy photo/@ZaneLamprey via Facebook) Zane Lamprey is constantly being told that he has the best job in the world. For over a decade, Zane has had the enviable job of hosting Three Sheets, Drinking Made Easy, Chug and Four Sheets, where he traveled the globe, learning about different cultures by sampling libations with the locals. Zane is headlining his third stand up comedy tour beginning in June of 2021. (Courtesy photo/@ZaneLamprey via Facebook) Comedian Zane Lamprey is also the CEO and founder of Adv3nture, a clothing brand which produces premium travel apparel. The “3” in Adv3nture represents the three trees the company plants with every sale. Zane holds a Redwood Lager, made with foraged redwood tips. The brew is a collaboration between his  Adv3nture brand and Santa Rosa-based Fogbelt Brewing Company. Posing with Zane is his dog, "Bodie." (Courtesy photo/@ZaneLamprey via Facebook)     Brian Cassady shows off one of his many talents to his lovely assistant Madison Rose. Brian is the host of The Wonder Show,
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    1 hr and 11 mins
  • We Physically Can And Virtually Run

    Feb 24 2021
    This episode, [singing] "one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight. Schlemiel! Schlimazel! Hasenpfeffer Incorporated!" As we channel our inner Laverne and Shirley and ride the assembly line, we speak with an aluminum angel who has a "can-do" attitude. Next, we run, eh, walk, possibly job, all over the world, virtually, and earn some sweet swag, literally, with a former couch potato. Finally, after joining a monastery to learn how monks brew, we vow to skip celibacy and drink Belgian style beers in this month's BEER DOME! That, and our usual craic on this episode of Life in 16 oz. #Lifein16oz    #WhatsinYOURpint    #BeerDome Show Notes Skip to Paul "Apologizes"; Sports Suckage (1:59) Skip to Beer News (4:40) Skip to Mobile Beer Canning (12:26) Skip to Lindsey Herrema, The Can Van (15:23) Skip to Beer Dome: Belgian Beer Battle - Intro (29:40) Skip to Virtual Racing with Amy McCauley (33:15) Skip to Beer Dome: Belgian Beer Battle - Finale (52:27)   Keep scrolling for more info and photos related to this episode.   FEATURED THIS EPISODE Laverne & Shirley / The Can Van / Quaker Steak & Lube / Beer Tubes / Central Coast Brewing / Unibroue / Yes.Fit / RunSignUp.com / GoneForARun   BEER NEWS Heineken is cutting 8,000 jobs as it moves 'beyond beer' Referred to by Paul in his Beer News segment. Published by CNN.com. Denver spa opens during COVID-19 pandemic, says 'Hold my beer' Referred to by Paul in his Beer News segment. Published by ABC Denver7.   BEER DOME - BELGIAN STYLE BEER BATTLE Head Over Peels Wheat Beer - Witbier, 5.3% ABV, 13 IBUs Central Coast Brewing, San Luis Obispo, CA La Fin du Monde Strong Ales - Tripel, 9% ABV, 19 IBUs Unibroue, Chambly, Quebec, Canada   FURTHER READING Schlemiel! Schlimazel! Hasenpfeffer Incorporated!  For a number of generations the above words immediately spark a memory of the theme song to the classic television series Laverne & Shirley (theme song embedded in article). Published by HuffPost.com.   PHOTOS AND CAPTIONS Established in 2011, The Can Van is a mobile alcohol canning service that sets its equipment up in a wide variety of customer spaces. The canning line is seven feet long and four feet wide, and needs to be as close to the product tank as possible. (Courtesy photo/Lindsey Herrema) Established in 2011, The Can Van is a mobile alcohol canning service that sets its equipment up in a wide variety of customer spaces. The canning line is seven feet long and four feet wide, and needs to be as close to the product tank as possible. (Courtesy photo/Lindsey Herrema) Established in 2011, The Can Van is a mobile alcohol canning service that sets its equipment up in a wide variety of customer spaces. The canning line is seven feet long and four feet wide, and needs to be as close to the product tank as possible. (Courtesy photo/Lindsey Herrema) Virtual racing enthusiast Amy McCauley took advantage of the COVID-19 pandemic and ran the Crush Corona, a virtual race, bagging what we hope is a once-in-a-lifetime swag collector's item. (Courtesy photo/Amy McCauley) The Turkey Trot, as Amy McCauley mentions on the show, came with a sweet medal and fun items focusing on wine. Amy and her great drinking buddy, Carrie, show they're always ready for a good time, good bling, and a good drink. (Courtesy photo/Amy McCauley). Virtual racer Amy McCauley shows off her swag from the World's Largest Bunny Hop, a 6.2 mile run complete with a "Running With My Peeps" tank top. (Courtesy photo/Amy McCauley) Where it all began. Amy McCauley, right, and drinking buddy Carrie enjoy a few 22-ouncers at the home of the 100-ounce Lube Tube, Quaker Steak and Lube restaurant. Listen to the show to find out what the heck a Lube Tube is too! (Courtesy photo/Amy McCauley) The Tortoise Creep was a 155-mile virtual race Amy McCauley finished through Yes.Fit in 67 days. Her goal was 90 days.
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    1 hr and 5 mins
  • We Start 2021 On A Low Note

    Jan 26 2021
    This episode we discover the world beneath our feet and speak with a geologist and caver who descend into the upside down. Next, we warm up to 2021 by drinking beers inspired by the winter season in our first BEER DOME of the new year. That, and our usual craic in this episode of Life in 16 oz. #Lifein16oz    #WhatsinYOURpint    #BeerDome Show Notes Skip to Brandon's Mishap (2:14) Skip to Beer News (10:11) Skip to Beer Dome: Winter Ale Battle - Intro (16:47) Skip to Caving / Anna Harris, Geologist (19:04) Skip to Caving / David Love, Glacier Grotto (35:01) Skip to Beer Dome: Winter Ale Battle - Finale (44:58)   Keep scrolling for more info and photos related to this episode.   FEATURED THIS EPISODE Russian River Brewing / Bell's Brewery / DG Yuengling & Son Inc / Clam Lake Beer Company / Elysian Brewing Company / Sun King Brewing / National Speleological Society (Caves.org) / Mammoth Cave National Park / Tongass National Forest For more information about the Glacier Grotto organization or if you would like to go caving with them,  contact David Love at pandalid@yahoo.com. BEER NEWS Pliny the Younger 2021 Release Referred to by Paul in his Beer News segment. Press release, Russian River Brewing. Bell's Brewery to Release No, Yeah Golden Ale Referred to by Paul in his Beer News segment. Published by Brewbound. Confirmed: Yuengling will start selling beer in Texas stores and bars in fall 2021 Referred to by Paul in his Beer News segment. Published by The Dallas Morning News. Brewvine: Clam Lake Beer Company Running on Creativity and Community Referred to by Paul in his Beer News segment. Published by 9&10 News. BEER DOME - WINTER ALE BATTLE Electric Reindeer Brown Ale - American, 5.5% ABV, 23 IBUs Sun King Brewing, Indianapolis, IN Bifrost Dark Ale - Winter Warmer*, 8.3% ABV, 58 IBUs Elysian Brewing Company, Seattle, WA* Elysian classifies this beer as a Winter Pale Ale, but BeerAdvocate.com classifies it as a Dark Ale, specifically the subcategory beer style called Winter Warmer. FURTHER READING Spelunking vs. Caving: What to Actually Call it? Call it whatever you want, but it does matter to some. Published by StartCaving.com. What's the Difference Between a Cave and a Cavern? It depends on who you ask. Published by How Stuff Works. What is lidar? Lidar - Light Detection and Ranging - is a remote sensing method used to .... Published by National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Exploring Mexico's Caves--Some of the Deepest Pits in the World Life in 16 oz. interviewee Anna Harris mentions she'd love to go caving in Oaxaca, Mexico, someday. Read this article to learn more about caving in Mexico. Published by Outside. The Marble Caves of Patagonia Will Immediately Trigger Travel Envy Life in 16 oz. interviewee David Love talks caving in Southeast Alaska and being part of caving organization Glacier Grotto, but also mentions this fabulous cave system in Chile. Check out the article to learn more about Marble Caves. Published by Discovery. AND FINALLY Glacier Grotto member Anna Harris poses for a picture before entering the Beaver Falls Karst cave on Prince of Wales Island, Alaska. (Courtesy photo/Glacier Grotto) Connie LaPerrier and David Love, members of Alaskan caving group Glacier Grotto, explore Roaring Road Cave on Prince of Wales Island, Alaska. Formed in heavily calcite-veined Heceta Limestone, Roaring Road Cave contains a stream flowing throughout. (Courtesy photo/Glacier Grotto) Johanna Kovarik, president of the caving group Glacier Grotto, practices her repelling techniques. (Courtesy photo/Glacier Grotto) Glacier Grotto caving group member Kevin Allred descends into El Capitan Pit back in 1989. The cave is located in the Tongass National Forest on Prince of Wales Island, Southeast Alaska. The initial drop of the El Capitan Pit measures approximately 598 feet...
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    57 mins

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