Our Live Beer Review this week is Monty Python’s Holy Grail Ale by Black Sheep Brewery and in honor of that, Rick has created a Monty Python and The Holy Grail quiz. Unfortunately, Cheri fails the quiz epically. Perhaps you will do much better. Rick and Cheri debate the most perfect album ever created and it turns out to be not much of a debate as they both agree on the same album (Cheri says Fluid Ounces’ In The New Old Fashioned Way and Rick agrees, although he admits he is currently leaning toward Big Note For Easy Piano). Rick prepares everyone for the holidays by listing his exclusive “Top 15 Holiday Tartans.” Stay festive, friends!
We’re seriously into November now and experiencing the joys of fall such as colorful leaves, cooler temperatures and things crawling on you at night. Wait, what?? Apparently Cheri had a unwanted late night guest and had to take matters into her own hands. Rick reads some feedback about the new plans for the Life In A Kilt Podcast and we let the voice of the people dictate our future! Mostly. Even though one listener is pretty clear that Rick shouldn’t be moving to remote Alaska. Rick and Cheri both had some poor customer service experience this week with food delivery and Rick gets in additional trouble with a company that tells him to stop selling a particular tartan! Our Live Beer Review features a refreshing porter from Black Abbey Brewing Company called The Forty Four.
We’re back! After a bit of a vacation filled with special episodes, including the Kilt Of Horrors 2017, Rick and Cheri return to the microphones for a brand new show! In this, episode 62, we announce the winner of our Kilt Of Horrors story contest and tell a little bit of information about what happened during recording the stories. Rick purchased a new fall kilt from UT Kilts and is pretty excited about it. Cheri wants to know what music artists can give you physical chills with their performance. Cheri and Rick announce the launch of their second podcast, “This Epic Disaster” which will debut in January 2018. Our Live Beer Review is fit for a king. And not just any king! It’s Elvis Juice by Brewdog. Thankyaverrmuch!