Joey's reading a book on philosophy and a long-time friend of the show sounds off.
North of the border go the Cold Cans boys, talking their friend's wedding and the merits of Fahrenheit.
The boys try out spiked still water and discuss one of Creed's greatest hits.
Nick and Joey discuss the etyomology of the word banquet. Joey makes Nick take a nip, then the boys play a round of "You Don't Hear That Anymore."
Flunk Dawg joins Nick for a discussion on weddings, travel, and good eatin’. PLUS, a homemade Pairable or Terrible.
Devon Glocke returns to the show to talk movies. Nick complains about the airport.
Hiking, skiing, and making time for the fulfilling things in life.
A smooth, sweet beer gets the boys reminiscing on their weekend in Wisconsin. They show great restraint during an airport discussion.
The boys are travelin’.
The boys are back to a normal episode. And the only problem is there were issues with the recording, so it skips around a bit. See if you can follow along. (An apt metaphor for Cold Cans, as a whole.)
PLUS, new beer tiers are introduced.
Joey is back in the studio with Matt on the ones and twos. His new friend Brody O’Vac joins the show to talk about the charger community and his 84th-story penthouse in Tokyo. Joey is reunited with an old friend.
The entertainment podcast Cold Cans is back from hiatus. Nick fills his contractual obligation to host the show with his new friend, meat inventor Brett Cavre.
What’s in a name?
It’s a pure German beer. Plus, the boys break down the difference between Pringles and Stax.
The boys drink a Chicago beer and welcome back Matt on the ones and twos to discuss bread and sandwiches. Joey brings a Glocke Gripe and Nick makes chili chili.
Busch Light is at the foundation of Cold Cans. On this special episode, the boys watch the Brewers-Dodgers playoff matchup and review the classic light piss that started it all.
We cannot experience light without darkness, or darkness without light. On the fall equinox, the first day of the Libra season, the boys are joined by new engineer Matt to drink an Overcast Espresso Stout for a beautiful, tangible reminder of this fact.
Travel separates them. Beer brings them back together. The boys are BACK with tales from the road, breaking news on Joey’s back, and a beer the whole family will love.
The best pilsner yet. The boys try a live feed and call Casey.