The Beer Dads talk about what retirement looks like to and for them. Are they prepared? Are they ready? Is it going to be an active retirement or is it going to be sitting around putting their feet up? It’s …

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We all have those fond memories of trick-or-treating as a kid or the candies that your grandmother had laying around. How about that candy bar that you absolutely loved but can’t find now? Candy to all three Dads was near …

Show 207 — Candy Store Blues Read more »

That time has come. The Beer Dads’ kids are all technically and legally adults. So, does it make sense to continue talking about our kids? It began with Dad Tim having troubles dealing with his early teenager and Dad Paul …

Show 205 – Turn and Pivot Read more »

The Beer Dads’ children range in age from 18 to 27. We got to thinking, what is different now in the world than when they were born? If our kids had kids right now (or how about not), what would …

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We have all gone through a lot because of the Covi-pocalypse. Jobs, the economy, and more. Outside of the people who have lost loved ones or themselves because of the pandemic, the ones that are most affected, even if only …

Show 197 – Classless of 2020 Read more »

In this “Now Normal,” in which pretty much everyone that isn’t considered “essential” is working from home, some are bored, some are getting cabin fever, some are just relaxing and taking in the time away from others. The Beer Dads …

Show 195 – The Social Distance Read more »

With the onset of streaming services like Disney+, DC Universe, Boomerang and more, the ability to go back and watch old programming, whether it’s Saturday morning faves, things we rushed home for after school or just things we enjoyed watching. …

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The Beer Dads are of the age where they’re considered the “Sandwich Generation.” Haven’t heard of that? The Sandwich Generation? The Sandwich Generation is defined as those who have a living parent age 65 or older and are either raising …

Show 190 – Some Baloney on Your Sandwich? Read more »

Politics are almost always a good way to create a ruckus at family gatherings. Half of the family thinks one way and the other half another. It’s a sure-fire way to get on someone’s bad side or them on yours. …

Show 189 – We Talk Politics So You Don’t Have To Read more »

A few episodes back we talked about when your college-aged child comes home and announces that he or she has applied for a trip to Japan and that it will cost $6500. Well, turns out it doesn’t always happen that …

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