Life In A Kilt Podcast Episode 70 – I Resolve

We’re coming down off of that Christmas high and preparing ourselves to face 2018. Cheri and Rick list their New Year’s resolutions including Rick’s list of things he will no longer do in a kilt. The Live Beer Review slips in Moody Tongue Caramelized Chocolate Churro Baltic Porter by Moody Tongue Brewing Company. Here’s to forgetting old acquaintances! And pretty much everything else.

Moody Tongue Porter

Life In A Kilt Podcast Episode 69 – I’ll Have A Blue Light Christmas

Well, Cheri is in trouble with the traffic law again. Will things ever change? At least it isn’t too late for Santa to exchange her gifts for coal. And speaking of gifts, many of you out there will be getting a new kilt for Christmas. For some of you it may be your very first one. We know how intimidating it can be to first go out in a kilt and maybe you are wondering where some of the best places are to wear your kilt. Never fear because Rick and Cheri have a list of some of the best opportunities and locations for kilting up. Our Live Beer Review is another beer gifted to us from our good friend Doug In A pub. It’s Brewdog’s Punk IPA. Hope you have a joyous Christmas and holiday season friends!

Punk IPA

Life In A Kilt Podcast Episode 68 – “The Gift That Keeps Giving The Whole Year!”

It’s our annual gift giving episode. Sorry we didn’t get you anything. Except for a year’s worth of FREE PODCASTS!! In this episode Rick and Cheri open their gifts from Santa. They have obviously been good all year! Our Live Beer Review splits openĀ Death By Coconut by Oskar Blues Brewery.

Death By Coconut

Life In A Kilt Podcast Episode 67 – 17 2017 Christmas Gifts for Kilt Wearers

It’s our annual gift guide for kilt wearers so if you are still looking for that perfect gift for your favorite kiltie, we’re here to help you out. To see the list and find links to all of the products we mention, make sure to visit Our Live Beer Review features TWO beers, the first is a home made brew made by one of Cheri’s coworkers and the second is Eighty from Yee Haw Brewing Company. Can the little home made milk porter hold its own up against a brewery ale? SPOILER ALERT: Yes!!