Recurring guest Devon Glocke joins the show to talk Austin and fitness. Nick brings an unprecedented number of pair-able or terrible's. Big shout out to Adrienne and Evin for this one.
Joey is back from Wisconsin with some stories to tell. The boys get cultured by returning guest Brooks Erickson. Jesse Ventura surfaces to talk about communism.
Joey is on pilgrimage so the boys call in friend-of-the-show and family-of-the-show, Zach, out of the bullpen. Nick tells a long story. It feels like summer.
Joey and Nick disagree about this one. Palum drops in to the studio.
You don't have to be anxious all the time. Life is hazy.
It's a time for celebration as the boys discuss beerball tournaments, the beauty of beer drinking, and birthdays.
It's Christmas in April as the boys learn the origin of Stella Artois, talk the gift of water, and give too much commentary on the hit film, A Quiet Place.
The boys are back from hiatus and anxious to talk airplanes, Texas, and that voicemails episode. Joey reconciles with WhirlyBall.
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It's the big number 50 and the boys are joined by a special guest to celebrate the occasion. Joey takes down malls.
While Nick is away the Glockes will play. Devon joins Joey to talk about moving to a new place and finding friends from a female perspective. The couple does a chug off.
A chance encounter with a Wisconsin connection leads Joey down a path to this Texas brew. Everything's bigger on this episode. The boys did another back to back. There's singing.
The boys drink to fossils, the Midwest, and not cussing. A new branch of science is discovered. Cold Cans Nation is called upon in a time of crisis. Special appearance by a former guest.
Drinking a nearly expired Alaskan Amber makes the Big American Airlines Boy (BAAB) Nick recall the time he spent seven hours at LAX. Joey tells a fact about the beer.
Giggity! The boys receive a generous gift from Nick's family and Joey deals with a bug in his Venmo app.
The boys are riding a tandem bicycle down the street called Quality Beer Street. Phil Woodman and his son make their debut.
Optimism Brewery is making a name for itself in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle. Optimism, as a concept, is very new to the Cold Cans boys. Two worlds collide as the boys chat with the founders of Optimism Brewery over a trio of delicious beers.
The boys set the record for the Coldest Can ever consumed.
The rankings are out of whack. Time for a Rankings Reconciliation.