So, first, this is not directed at any one person, business or what have you. This is more of a concept. This week Dad Tim talks about people who owe people money. Not people who are dodging people they owe. Those people are their own kind of special. This is more about talking to your kids about paying their debts, the ones that have done service or jobs for you, provided you with a fulfillment of a need, etc. Sometimes things come up. Sometimes you just can’t pay. Sometimes you can’t get to it. We get it. But, do your best to pay what you owe to folks. That’s a lesson Dad Tim had to learn growing up and hopes 3B learns it, too.

The Beer of the week is Two Evil: Saigon Scooter Selfie from Two Roads and Evil Twin Brewing Companies.

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.

Listen to this webisode embedded below (the very bottom of the page). You can also get all our shows from iTunes, Stitcher, TuneIn, Podcast Addict, Google Plus, Spotify or listen now from our home base, The Less Desirables Network. You can also find the entire TLD Network by visiting any of the shows’ websites or Facebook pages.

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If your kids are less than 11 or so, chances are their entire lives are on social media. That may make them uncomfortable. How do you deal with that? If you add embarrassing (yet completely innocent) pics of your kids on social media and your kids want you to take them down, do you? Why are their curated and posted pics okay but yours of them aren’t? The Dads discuss all of this. You can read the article that inspired this conversation, HERE.

The Beer of the week is Man of Law IPA from Southern Pines Brewing Company.

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.

Listen to this webisode embedded below (the very bottom of the page). You can also get all our shows from iTunes, Stitcher, TuneIn, Podcast Addict, Google Plus, Spotify or listen now from our home base, The Less Desirables Network. You can also find the entire TLD Network by visiting any of the shows’ websites or Facebook pages.

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We want your feedback!  Get us on Twitter @beerdadspodcast, Beer Dad TimBeer Dad PaulBeer Dad Jon

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Use the form below to contact us! We want beer recommendations and comments. We all thank you for listening and supporting us.  We think our audience is amazing. We’d hug each of you if we could. Not really… that’s kind of creepy. Fist bumps!

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How all the Dads looked watching “The Big Game”

So The Dads talk their thoughts about the snoozer that was the Big Game. From having to watch Tom Brady in yet another Super Bore to the sheer lack of excitement the game was. But, hey, they had beer.

The Beer of the week is Midnight Special American Stout from Revelry 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.

Listen to this webisode embedded below (the very bottom of the page). You can also get all our shows from iTunes, Stitcher, TuneIn, Podcast Addict, Google Plus, Spotify or listen now from our home base, The Less Desirables Network. You can also find the entire TLD Network by visiting any of the shows’ websites or Facebook pages.

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We want your feedback!  Get us on Twitter @beerdadspodcast, Beer Dad TimBeer Dad PaulBeer Dad Jon

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Use the form below to contact us! We want beer recommendations and comments. We all thank you for listening and supporting us.  We think our audience is amazing. We’d hug each of you if we could. Not really… that’s kind of creepy. Fist bumps!

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Beer Dad Paul and a friend of his were talking about how in Wall-E the humans basically got too enthralled in technology that they all basically degenerated into fat, feeble slobs, their every whim catered to by machines. That led to The Beer Dads talking about whether we’ve become so reliant on tech that we may become that level of pathetic. We discuss the reality and if that’s possible.

The Beer of the week is Luponic Distortion IPA from Firestone Walker.

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.

Listen to this webisode embedded below (the very bottom of the page). You can also get all our shows from iTunes, Stitcher, TuneIn, Podcast Addict, Google Plus, Spotify or listen now from our home base, The Less Desirables Network. You can also find the entire TLD Network by visiting any of the shows’ websites or Facebook pages.

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We want your feedback!  Get us on Twitter @beerdadspodcast, Beer Dad TimBeer Dad PaulBeer Dad Jon

Our show also has a Facebook page too!

Use the form below to contact us! We want beer recommendations and comments. We all thank you for listening and supporting us.  We think our audience is amazing. We’d hug each of you if we could. Not really… that’s kind of creepy. Fist bumps!

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One of The Dads’ kids just got a serious speeding ticket. It will cost the child their license for at least 30 days. It will cost the child their freedom. It could have cost the child a lot more. But, at least we still have the child. How do you talk to the kid about the severity of the infraction? It’s a scary thing and we hope we get through to them, but it only takes one second for everything to go wrong. We talk it through.

The Beer of the week is Bitter Unicorn Tears from Deep River 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.

Listen to this webisode embedded below (the very bottom of the page). You can also get all our shows from iTunes, Stitcher, TuneIn, Podcast Addict, Google Plus, Spotify or listen now from our home base, The Less Desirables Network. You can also find the entire TLD Network by visiting any of the shows’ websites or Facebook pages.

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We want your feedback!  Get us on Twitter @beerdadspodcast, Beer Dad TimBeer Dad PaulBeer Dad Jon

Our show also has a Facebook page too!

Use the form below to contact us! We want beer recommendations and comments. We all thank you for listening and supporting us.  We think our audience is amazing. We’d hug each of you if we could. Not really… that’s kind of creepy. Fist bumps!

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A British blogger/brewer named Darren, The Burnt Out [sic] Beer Guy wrote a blog post about craft beer burning out. The Dads talk about

A table full of a variety of craft beers. (©getty/EddieHernandezPhotography)

the post, its merits, its exaggerations. There are some points The Dads agree with, but there are some points they don’t. Of course, Dad Tim is the most vocal. You can read the blog post HERE if you’re interested.

The Beer of the week is Whippoorwill Wit from Fonta Flora Brewery.

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.

Listen to this webisode embedded below (the very bottom of the page). You can also get all our shows from iTunes, Stitcher, TuneIn, Podcast Addict, Google Plus, Spotify or listen now from our home base, The Less Desirables Network. You can also find the entire TLD Network by visiting any of the shows’ websites or Facebook pages.

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We want your feedback!  Get us on Twitter @beerdadspodcast, Beer Dad TimBeer Dad PaulBeer Dad Jon

Our show also has a Facebook page too!

Use the form below to contact us! We want beer recommendations and comments. We all thank you for listening and supporting us.  We think our audience is amazing. We’d hug each of you if we could. Not really… that’s kind of creepy. Fist bumps!

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When we were younger and went on a date, we dressed like we were on a date. We dressed like we cared to be with who we were with. It was a sign of respect. Dad Paul observed young folks and older folks who dressed all “jaked” out, appearing to not care about being out on a date. We get “Perturbed Paul” in this episode and he doesn’t hold back.

The Beer of the week is American Beauty Pale Ale from Dogfish Head and Grateful Dead

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.

Listen to this webisode embedded below (the very bottom of the page). You can also get all our shows from iTunes, Stitcher, TuneIn, Podcast Addict, Google Plus, Spotify or listen now from our home base, The Less Desirables Network. You can also find the entire TLD Network by visiting any of the shows’ websites or Facebook pages.

Has Alexa moved into your home?  There is a skill for podcasts!  Enable AnyPod and just ask Alexa for the latest The Beer Dads Podcast!

We want your feedback!  Get us on Twitter @beerdadspodcast, Beer Dad TimBeer Dad PaulBeer Dad Jon

Our show also has a Facebook page too!

Use the form below to contact us! We want beer recommendations and comments. We all thank you for listening and supporting us.  We think our audience is amazing. We’d hug each of you if we could. Not really… that’s kind of creepy. Fist bumps!

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When did you get your first credit card? Do you remember filling out that credit card application that you saw in a counter stand at a convenience store, department store, etc.? Did you have direction as to how to properly care for the accounts with responsibility? Not everyone does. Besides student loans, that new credit card in your hands can equal a ton of debt, fast and hefty. The Dads talk about talking with their kids about credit responsibility.

The Beer of the week is Backwood Bastard from Founders 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.

Listen to this webisode embedded below (the very bottom of the page). You can also get all our shows from iTunes, Stitcher, TuneIn, Podcast Addict, Google Plus, Spotify or listen now from our home base, The Less Desirables Network. You can also find the entire TLD Network by visiting any of the shows’ websites or Facebook pages.

Has Alexa moved into your home?  There is a skill for podcasts!  Enable AnyPod and just ask Alexa for the latest The Beer Dads Podcast!

We want your feedback!  Get us on Twitter @beerdadspodcast, Beer Dad TimBeer Dad PaulBeer Dad Jon

Our show also has a Facebook page too!

Use the form below to contact us! We want beer recommendations and comments. We all thank you for listening and supporting us.  We think our audience is amazing. We’d hug each of you if we could. Not really… that’s kind of creepy. Fist bumps!

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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.

Listen to this webisode embedded below (the very bottom of the page). You can also get all our shows from iTunes, Stitcher, TuneIn, Podcast Addict, Google Plus, Spotify or listen now from our home base, The Less Desirables Network. You can also find the entire TLD Network by visiting any of the shows’ websites or Facebook pages.

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Beer Dads Podcast is proudly presented by Hoots Roller Bar and Beer Company. Great beer and great atmosphere, right in the heart of the historic West End neighborhood of WSNC.

We want your feedback!  Get us on Twitter @beerdadspodcast, Beer Dad TimBeer Dad PaulBeer Dad Jon

Our show also has a Facebook page too!

Use the form below to contact us! We want beer recommendations and comments. We all thank you for listening and supporting us.  We think our audience is amazing. We’d hug each of you if we could. Not really… that’s kind of creepy. Fist bumps!

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Dad Tim, Dad Jon and Dad Paul (along with their pilots) want to wish you all a very happy 2019. We hope to have new guests, new topics and perhaps a new presenting sponsor. We appreciate you listening and reading our content and look forward to what we have planned for 2019. Have a nice winter warmer (even if it is 60° out) and cheers to you all! Or, as Dad Tim would say, slàinte mhath!

 

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