My wife is a beast. To start our Saturday, we headed around the block to our home box, HYTE CrossFit for the "Cops v CrossFitters" event. Kate competed with a friend while I was volunteering as a judge. Awesome event, great cause, and Kate kicked ass in her very first RX (elite division) competition. It... Continue Reading →
Matt & Kate are back! This episode they talk about a Netflix movie that is being promoted as the scariest film of all time and drink a beer that can only be described as blasphemy in a bottle.
As a newbie in the Craft Beer society, I felt it would be necessary to give our readers and listeners a taste of where I am coming from...
Kate and I work for a video production company based out of Naples, FL, but we live and play in Fort Myers -- which is about a 45 minute drive home from the office everyday... during the summer. During the winter, when the snow birds from the Midwest and Northeast migrate to Southwest Florida it's... Continue Reading →
Kate & Matt discuss Annihilation; the cast, crew, its connections to Star Wars, what makes it one of the creepiest movies they have seen in a long time, and what it all means. Plus, they play a movie facts fill in the blank game! But first, they dig into the story behind Stone Brewing Co.... Continue Reading →
As soon as humans began settling into villages, towns, and cities beer became essential to the equation. With growing populations living in shrinking swaths of land, people had to learn to tolerate each other more than ever. Beer helped. That is the thing about beer. You don't need something to watch, to do, or to... Continue Reading →
The effervescent golden liquid passes over your tongue as you experience a deep, comforting, malty sweetness. Suddenly, it transforms into a bright, earthy, springlike sensation that awakens your senses in a beautiful balancing act of flawless flavor. Or, you take a sip of beer and the bitterness makes you cringe in disgust. You reach for... Continue Reading →
My wife Kate and I had just finished a family filled holiday weekend and were back on our own. We were about to see The Shape of Water by Guillermo del Toro and spirits were high. I leaned over the bar to look down into their fridge. Hidden down in the corner behind all of... Continue Reading →