On Episode 51 Rick decided to have a bit of Scotch before recording the show. Let’s see if that proves to be a good idea. Do you own any wool kilts? How much do you know about wool? Rick will give you some facts you may not know about one of the oldest and most popular fabrics in the world. Cheri ponders whether it’s a good idea to loan a family member money. Rick brings out a new collection of Missed Connections with a new twist: these Missed Connections are destined to be a bad, bad idea. Our Live Beer Review is the delicious Stark Toasted Porter by Reformation Brewery. Spread the word about friends!
Rick worked late and is feeling cranky so be forewarned. In the hopes of bringing in some cheer, Cheri and Rick discuss their surefire laugh-out-loud movies. What are yours? An unexpected fire has put a giant question mark on Rick’s Alaska plans. Details are announced for the 2nd Annual “Kilt of Horrors” podcast. Have you started writing your story yet? Well, this year there will be a video division, so if video and film is your medium, get at it! We lay down a new Kilt Challenge for August and it’s one that may quench your thirst and make you thirsty at the same time. Our live beer review wrangles up some ice cold Andygator by Abitas Brewing! Thanks for listening friends! Help us out by telling your friends about us. Go rate our podcast on iTunes and we’ll send you free stickers!
INSTRUCTIONS: Design a cocktail recipe, inspired by the Life In A Kilt Podcast. The drink can be as simple or as complicated as you wish. Cocktails may be alcoholic or non-alcoholic. All drink recipes will be published on the Life In A Kilt Podcast social media sites. At the end of the month, expert mixologist Doug In A Pub will choose three top winners based upon Facebook likes as well as potential for deliciousness. After making and drinking each beverage, a winner will be chosen by Doug In A Pub himself.
You may enter as many recipes as you desire.
Deadline for entry is 11:59PM August 31, 2017 at midnight EST.
Judges decisions are final.
Recipes should be sent to LifeInAKiltPodcast@gmail.com or by direct message on Facebook. Please do not post recipes on the Facebook page. All recipes should include the originator’s name and contact info.
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REWARD: The grand prize cocktail recipe will be published on the Doug In A Pub website! Winner will also receive a Life In A Kilt Podcast cocktail glass.
It’s Cheri’s Birthday Week so everyone send her a big Happy Birthday! On Episode 49 of the Life In A Kilt Podcast Rick gives an update on his dealings with the tartan wallpaper company and discusses the host’s recent interview with the Earth Station One Podcast. Cheri and Rick dive into some controversy by discussing whether “nerd culture” is sexist and objectifies women. What do you think? Our friend Doug In A Pub sends over a tasty and refreshing recipe for Mint Julep and then Rick opens up Controversy Box Number 2: When is it okay for a kilt-wearer to wear pants? Rick checks in to the legal situations of making Scotch at home while in living in Alaska. Our Live Beer Review polishes up Golden Monkey from Victory Brewing Company.
Hey, what did you think of the Game of Thrones season premier? We recorded our podcast before the show aired but we try to guess what happened. SPOILER ALERT: We’re horrible guessers. Rick is preparing for all the remodeling construction that will be happening in his new house. Hmm… maybe it’s a good time to start his Alaska adventure. A discussion about “earworm” songs causes Cheri to admit she enjoys planting the worms in people’s ears. Rick has an uncomfortable breakfast experience and Cheri tells the “tail” of a naked toddler running amok at a vegan restaurant. We welcome the return of our sponsor Kiltagra. Our Live Beer Review rolls out Kentucky Bourbon Barrel Ale by Alltech.
You may have heard us reference it a bit the last couple weeks but we’re now officially part of the ESO Broadcasting Network! The ESO Network has many great geeky shows and we feel like the Life In A Kilt Podcast will be right at home in the middle of it all. Go check out the other ESO Network shows and you may find something there you really like! This week on the Life In A Kilt Podcast, Rick has a procedure that involves… going under the kilt. Way under the kilt, if you know what I mean. Better let him tell all of the details. Cheri warns that your favorite craft beer may, in fact, actually be owned by a big corporation. Rick exposes the sometimes shifty business practices of some off-the-rack kilt companies. Cheri has purple Facts for Life and Rick inducts a new member into the Dumbass Hall of Fame. Our Live Beer Review spreads some Peanut Butter and Jelly Time Specialty Brown Ale by Catawba Brewing.
This week’s episode was broadcast LIVE on our Facebook page and we had a lot of fun! Because of that, you can find the video of this podcast on our Facebook page or on the Life In A Kilt YouTube channel. Our Live Beer Review is the patriotic Brew Free or Die IPA by 21st Amendment Brewery. Freeeeeeedom!!