Beer and Pavement

Beer Thousand, Ep. 2

Posted in Beer, Beer Thousand, Rock vs. Beer by SM on April 25, 2012

After posting a bunch over the last couple of weeks, I hit a wall of busy. In the meantime, the second episode of Beer Thousand failed to get edited and uploaded.  Never fear. It’s here!

Although we recorded this over two weeks ago, it’s still pretty fresh. The beer is Cigar City’s Kalevipoeg Baltic Porter, a beer they brewed to commemorate CC’s 1000th batch. Somehow, I forgot to mention this in the video. Still, you’ll find that we liked it and I wish I had another.

With this episode, I tried to do a few things differently. Instead of having the featured album playing in the background, I added a couple of tracks to the video during editing. Also, there’s no review. I’ve been listening to Sharon Van Etten’s Tramp pretty much nonstop this winter and spring. I put the first two tracks, “Warsaw” and “Give Out”, on the video to give you a taste. Go check your Spotify account for Tramp and give it a lesson while you sip on your own Baltic Porter.

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  1. johndakar said, on April 25, 2012 at 10:41 am

    I was there in spirit. I’ll be back for the next episode…

    • Zac said, on April 25, 2012 at 10:45 am

      And you will be welcomed with opened bottles of the good stuff.

  2. Holly said, on April 25, 2012 at 8:24 pm

    I’ve got a bottle of this, but Jeff never wants to pick the Cigar City stuff. Hm.

  3. Holly said, on April 25, 2012 at 8:26 pm

    P.S. It was a bit difficult to hear some of the comments the two of you were making over the music. I wonder if you might consider either fading it out entirely while you’re speaking or mic’ing yourselves up more?

  4. Bill Farr said, on April 25, 2012 at 8:51 pm

    Was there an Episode 1?

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