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!!
Join us on July 4th for a LIVE broadcast of a Life In A Kilt Podcast recording! We will be broadcasting live at 6PM EST from our Life In A Kilt Podcast Facebook Page. Come be a part of our Independence Day celebration.
In Episode 44, Rick has to buy PANTS! WTF?? Not only that, but it didn’t turn out to be a very positive experience. Cheri tells of a great customer service experience she had last week while Rick has a really bad one. We introduce two new segments: The Facts of Life and the Dumbass Hall of Fame. We trust both segments will be useful to you. Our music feature this week showcases “At Last Our Time Is Here” by Eamonn Flynn. Hear more of Eamonn’s music on BandCamp at: https://eamonnflynn.bandcamp.com/ Our Live Beer Review quotes The Poet Oatmeal Stout by New Holland Brewing. Thanks for listening and stay safe out there, friends!
Rick and Cheri from the Life In A Kilt Podcast make a beer run. Cheri runs a red light and Rick drops and breaks an entire bottle of Highland Park scotch. ALL COMPLETELY SOBER. Maybe these two shouldn’t be allowed to purchase alcohol.
On Episode 43 of the Life In A Kilt Podcast, we’re with Dan Carroll of Dragon Con talking about all the fun history and events of this major convention. Make sure you come for a visit on Labor Day weekend! Check dragoncon.org for details. Back in the studio, Rick is missing an entire bottle of Scotch which makes him realize he’s going to have to learn to make his own Scotch when he is living off the land in Alaska. Rick can’t understand why someone would say they would never wear a kilt. Ever. What’s wrong with these people? Our music feature is “Unbroken” by kilt wearing rock god Dann Gunn. Check out more of Dann’s music on Bandcamp at https://danngunn.bandcamp.com. Our Live Beer Review is Little Sumpin’ Sumpin’ Ale by Lagunitas Brewing Company. Happy summer! Stay cool, friends!
A live version of this week’s music feature, “North Knoxville,” by Todd Steed and Friends. Kinda brings a tear to yer eye, don’t it? Go Vols!
We usher in Fathers Day with some of the best (worst?) Dad Jokes! You know you love them! Rick gets banned from taking photos in downtown Atlanta and starts pondering hair dye for his fast aging beard. Cheri decides that it’s sometimes okay not to wear a sporran or a belt with a kilt. Our music feature is a salute to Rick’s hometown by Todd Steed and the Suns of Phere with a song called “North Knoxville.” Our Live Beer Review bakes up some Banana Bread Beer by Wells Brewing. Don’t forget to subscribe and give us a review. Happy Da Day, mates!