One of the key parts of beer is the delicious grain that gives it its body, sweetness, colour and potentially many of its other attributes, the malted barley. If you’re a fan of a big malt character in your beers, then Old Ale might be a great style to try, since it’s packed full of […]
Cal invents the Time Lense, and by “invents” I mean “says”. A highly anticipated glimpse in the 24½th century forms the bulk of this week’s episode, forcing us to rethink some of the fundamentals of the continuum.
This week we take on the cultural and cinematic behemoth that is 2008’s TWILIGHT. After some…contrasting reviews, we have a surprisingly enjoyable (and extended: strap in, listeners!) time talking about genre mash-ups, missed moments of poignancy, the traumas of High School, and how this isn’t really a film about vampires at all.
Many people relish getting nerdy about homebrewing (maybe you’re one?), but there is also another type of brewing that gets equally deep, and that’s coffee. Coffee has been well studied and well enjoyed by many nerds and can add fantastic flavours to your beers, from dark lingering roasty bitterness to big rich fruity notes.
Daffy just wants a quiet life, but the agency isn’t going to let him have one. Why? Well maybe because a huge swathe of the US north of the Mason Dixie line has been dessimated! WAKE UP, PEOPLE!
This week we take on the classic vampire/superhero/martial arts (what even is it?) film, BLADE (1998). After some glowing reviews, we talk about subcultures in the 90s, before getting onto liminality, race, class, and the various oppressed groups explored in a vampire movie like this.
When it comes to hops usually fresh is best. So what could be better than fresh undried hops straight from the bine! Some say it gives grassy and “green” notes, so if you’re looking for the freshest hop flavour you can get, why not celebrate harvest season with a beer?