This week, The Dads talk about jobs that they wouldn’t, couldn’t, or shouldn’t take on, no matter how much they were paid. They also talk about jobs that would a dream for them, as well as jobs they may have …

Show 209 — Those Jobs You Don’t… 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 …

Show 204 – Blood in the Turnip Read more »

So, the C-19 pandemic has affected businesses all over the world, perhaps none as much as the food and beverage industry. The Beer Dads talk about the effects and possible future outcomes of the restaurants and bars. What kind of …

Show 199 – Tea-ing It Up Read more »

The Beer Dads had Rob Ainbinder on the podcast a few years back and a lot has changed in his life since then. Rob is back this week and much has changed in his life since he was here last. …

Show 198 – Catching Up With Rob Read more »

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 »

It’s no secret that this pandemic has been hell on everyone. There’s a lot of bad stuff out there, still. But, what can we find behind the dark clouds? Is there something that adds a silver lining? Are there good …

Show 196 – Tripping the Now Normal Read more »

Remember, if you will, back in episode 173, titled The Beer Bubble. Well, we bring that subject up, once again, when not one but three beer establishments in Greensboro have announced that they are or that they have closed/closing. Is the competitive …

Show 194 – The Bubble Revisited Read more »

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 »

Did you know that Beer Dad Jon is a fundraising beast? It’s true. He and his organization, the Piedmont Triad Apartment Association have been major fundraisers for several organizations but probably the biggest is for Second Harvest Food Bank of …

Show 187 – Feeding the Funds Read more »