Wheat Are We Currantly Talking About | Episode 204 | Beer Review

This week, we're experiencing the the Black Currant Wheat Ale brewed lovingly by Phillips Brewing & Malting Co. It is a fruity yet tart beer and it has one of the best illustrations of black currants we've ever seen. Watch us as we drink our way through this dark-ish beer.

Dave showed off his ability to talk about radler beer (and, really, is a radler a beer?) and a bear crept quietly from his armoire and ate him alive.

It Was Dark and Raining in The Big Squeezy | Episode 203 | Beer Review

In today's episode, everything is going sideways as we find ourselves wandering the dark streets of The Big Squeezy by Torchlight Brewing. It promises to be the best pale ale beer ever and will give us the fruit experience of a lifetime.

Dave liked this one. He really did. A bear walked into the room, witnessed his love for the beer... and then the bear walked backwards out of the door. A look of shock on the bear's face could not be overstated.

The Jimbo Beaming Bud of Coppery Joy | Episode 202 | Beer Review

We surprised ourselves this week with the Budweiser Copper Lager. Yes. We are featuring Budweiser on the show. Don't hate on us for this because we're very sure this beer will taste okay. It might even be good! They even had Charlize Theron in their Copper Lager commercial! Trust us! Would we ever steer your wrong?

Dave took out a library book on bears this week as he was sure the space-time continuum was broken since we are hosting "a bud" on the show. The bears noticed his reading of such a book and remained quietly under his bed.

The Eight Headed Octosour | Episode 201 | Beer Review

On this week's show we're getting all sour about beer... Apricotopus Apricot Sour that is. Parallel 49 Brewing Co. has created a sour that is inspired by the octopus. We're not sure why either but this beer promises to make our lips pucker just like an octopus bum. (Do they have bums?) We're going to dive in and swim around in the apricot juice and see what happens.

Dave was puckered so much during this episode that several nearby bears could hear his cries of sourness and they bust in through his windows and cuddled him out of pity.

We Made It Hazy in the Ten Tree | Episode 200 | Beer Review

We made it to Episode 200 and we couldn't be more surprised we've made it this long. We have endured! On this auspicious occasion we are talking about Stanley Park Brewing's Reforest Hazy IPA. The reason we picked up this beer is because if you purchase it, you can have trees planted in your name -- but they can describe it better than we can.
Inspired by the smoky skylines that plagued our home province, REFOREST HAZY IPA aims to help regenerate forests burned by wildfire. For each four-pack sold, ten trees will be planted in Northern B.C.
In partnership with tentree and One Tree Planted
Learn about the project: Dave is awesome and the bear clan recognized him as being one of their own... but only for a single day.

We Are Drawn to Beer Again | Episode 199 | Beer Review

We tackle the Driftwood Brewing's Drawn to Light. It is a Belgian Ale with flowers and honey and other wonderfully smelling things that we couldn't not enjoy it. Dave loved it from the first sip. We don't know what happened! He seemed to

Dave had so much love oozing from his face that the the local bear population realized he was a clone and they decided to take matters into their own hands.

We Love Heritage Rivers On The Island | Episode 198 | Beer Review

We look towards the mid-upper section of the island and all the way to Duncan, British Columbia. We have chosen to test the waters around the area and raft down the Red Arrow Brewing's Heritage River Hefeweizen. It holds great promise to soak us in maturity and vigour... or something along those lines.

Dave was quite tall this episode. He is taking genetic code from Lock and using it for all his nefarious needs. The bears took a backseat as they fear Lock.