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 …

Show 217 — Before the Pushing of the Daisies Read more »

The Dads discuss the “labor shortage” in the restaurant industry in NC, especially. There are arguments whether or not it’s time to raise the minimum wage for tipped personnel or leave it at a lowly $2.13 per hour. Is it …

Show 216 — 213 World Read more »

The mask mandates are disappearing all over the country. The Beer Dads talk about what will happen now that the mask mandate has been lifted in NC. Will people be mindful of company mask policies? Will they dig in and …

Show 215 — The Man Behind the Mask Read more »

The Beer Dads, all three from a different industry perspective, offer a view of the not-so-distant future from the three’s respective industries: Dad Tim from a food perspective, Dad Paul from technology, and Dad Jon from the housing. What is …

Show 211 — Your Round Table is Messing with My Feng Shui Read more »

Since Beer Dad Tim has decided to give up being selfish and is embarking on a journey to change his eating habits and get more walking in during the week, he has to have a good coach. Someone that will …

Show 210 — Well Balanced Nutrition Read more »

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 »

The Beer Dads talk about awkward questions, what are the most awkward, how do you avoid the awkward, how do you handle it, and those questions in general? Are you pregnant? Are you gay? Are you an alien? Whatever. Sometimes …

Show 208 — Call to Question 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 »