Show 156: Paper or Plastic?
There used to be a time when the only way to pay for things was with cash. Credit cards were only for big purchases. Debit cards came along and allowed you to use a card as cash. These days there are apps for that like ApplePay, AndroidPay, SamsungPay, and other NFC-based applications. The Dads talk about whether they use cash or cards, mostly and whether or not they prefer new-school or old-school methods. A good conversation.
The Beer of the week is Two Claw Rye IPA by Westbrook Brewing.
The show was recorded at The Lab at Industry Hill. Industry Hill is a business-minded neighborhood in the former Warehouse District. In the district are restaurants, a chocolatier, a distillery, two breweries, a beverage company, an entertainment complex, textiles, packaging and much more to come. To find out more follow them on social media or visit the area’s website. Thanks so much to Industry Hill for having a place for us to bring you our podcasts.
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