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.
It's the final Cold Cans of 2017 and the boys finally learn something about beer. Pyramid Brewing's Head Brewer, Ryan Pappe, joins the show to give Cold Cans Nation the inside scoop on Pyramid's Snow Cap collection.
Happy Honda Days, Merry Toyotathon. Holiday time is family time, and it's a Cold Cans extravaganza. Nick is joined by his brother Zach and Joey by his wife Devon on this festive episode.
Sparks was the first "energy beer" on the market. It might be the last beer in the boys' gullets.
The boys talk craft hummus, sports talk radio, and Subway. A new Beer Tier system is introduced.
There are two kinds. DayTime kind and NightTime kind.
The boys drink a Sam Adams Boston Lager and eat a special Thanksgiving treat on Pairable or Terrible. Nick encounters too much shrimp at the grocery store and Joey recommends a show on Hulu.
Boots on the ground, voice on the podcast. Casey joins Nick in central Wisconsin for a special Road Buddies edition of Cold Cans.
The boys talk Milwaukee and do too many raps.
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This is not your father's Cold Cans.
Nic-ghoul-aus 💀 and Booey 👻 are joined by spooky guest Devil Ghoul-cke 👹 for an Elysian Night Owl 🦉 on a scary Halloween edition of Mold Cans. 🎃
Feeling blue? Drink a Coors!
Drink Schlitz or I'll kill you.
Beers and bullshitting--it's the natural pair. The boys get back to their rambling roots with a crisp, sessionable lager that doesn't skimp on the ABV. So get a beer, grab a chair, and tune in before the sea levels rise and kill us all.
The boys take, drink Hoegaarden and look into its wild backstory that involves Dutch monks and dates back to 1445. A ghost makes an appearance.