Jason Bowers, Co-owner of Bitter Alibi and Daily Ration joins the podcast this week to drink some of the new Brewski beers from Double Cola. They’re also drinking some Southern Grist, and 4 Hands Brewing beers.
This episode was recorded live at the Brew Market & Beer Garden on Riverside Drive. Jared and Tanner are discussing Natty Light’s foray into hard seltzers, The Matrix, Florida, and Yazoo Brewing’s Embrace the Funk series.
Joseph Donovan joins this week to drink one hell of a crazy beer that turns tongues blue. He’s also giving a bit of insight into his new podcast coming down the pipe, as well as discussing some of the more shady business practices around Chattanooga. Other than that they’re drinking some Bearded Iris and Wiseacre beers.
Better late than never, episode 202 has finally dropped. Scott swings by to talk all about Comic Con. They’re discussing Marvel news, Star Wars, Game of Thrones, and more. Scott and Tanner also got a chance to see Once Upon A Time In Hollywood and they’re also reviewing that. Spoiler alert in that department…. even though we don’t think you could really spoil it.
This week has local artist JW Butts aka Muteon, pronounced “mute-on”. The guys are drinking hard ciders while Muteon talks about his new installation at Hamilton Place Mall, Inside Out Land. They also touch on Facebook and Instagram’s new policies on alcohol and tobacco related content, aliens, and more.
The big 2-0-0 is here guys! Tanner and Jared are drinking a delicious juicy pale ale, and celebrating 200 episodes. They’re talking about Spider Man a bit, the little fella that is The Bagel Boss. Is there going to be a Top Golf in East Ridge? Oh yeah, they discuss that too!
This week, Mike Ballard from the ChattaBrew Tour comes by the studio to talk about starting up a beer bus business, Chattanooga’s rapidly changing beer scene, and his travels. For those that don’t know, Mike spent the past year travelling the world with his wife Angela and trying beers from every continent. At least the ones that have beers…. looking at you Antarctica.
This episode Tanner is drinking a couple tasty day drinking beers and then a delicious stout from Monday Night Brewing. But he’s also breaking down Marvel’s Spiderman Far From Home. Which was not only a huge step forward in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but an incredible film as well.
This episode the Brew Chatt crew is discussing Corona’s new strategy on minimizing packaging with their stack-able six pack cans. They’re also getting in to this story about Germans defeating some neo-nazi’s by buying up every drop of their town’s beer. Kona brewing will buy you a free six pack if you have purchased their beer in the past few years, via a new law suit. Then finally they’re giving their thoughts on Tennessee’s new “mobile device” usage laws, and what it may mean for Tennesseans down the road.
You all know that Riverside Wine & Spirits sponsors the show. This week their beer guy himself, Tommy Lape, is in the studio to slam a huge roster of beers. They’ve got Rye Whiskey barrel aged beers, Bourbon barrel aged beers, Yazoo’s Open, and way more. They’re also discussing OJ Simpson getting on Twitter, and the new Joker film.
This episode is introducing Scott Samuels, who is the homebrew guy at Beverage World as well as a local comic. Scott will be joining Brew Chatt in the future to help break down movies and TV, and this episode he brings a bit of movie news along. They’re talking about X-Men Dark Phoenix, if Ballast Point is the first sign in the craft beer bubble bursting, and how we learned to like beer to start with.
Eric and Tanner went and saw Godzilla King of the Monsters a few days ago, simply to bring you this spoiler filled review. They’re also drinking a delicious Maple Stout from Hi-Wire Brewing, and Jared is back for this episode bringing in some tasty session-able meads from the Georgia Renaissance Festival.
Chris Hill, host of Comedy Tap Take-over at Hutton and Smith, joins this week to talk about comedy, home-brewing, and Berliner Weiss beers. This is also the inaugural episode of the new podcast setup.
Stephanie Sutton from Cherokee Distributing rolls through the studio this week to talk all about contract breweries and beers. Kroger, Wal-mart, Aldi, and more all have exclusive beers, brewed only for them. So this week it’s getting broken down, and it ties in to the loss of the illustrious Rockdale Light.
This episode has local comedian Bryant Smith joining to talk about The Untapped Beer Festival and how it may have ended up as the Fyre Festival of beer fests, Ed Gein, and drink some delicious Southern Grist and Urban Artifact beers.
The Endgame is here. So here’s Tanner’s completely spoiler filled review. Be sure to have seen the film before tuning into this episode, as it will most definitely spoil it for you. These past 11 years have been an incredible journey, and it is truly amazing what Kevin Feige and the team at Marvel have accomplished.
Matthew Paul Revere and his guitarist Marvin Shrum join in for episode 189. They are local musicians that harken back to a time of Johnny Cash and Merle Haggard. They join Tanner and Jared to talk about corn updates, Weyerbacher filing chapter 11, and they learn about Retronasaling.
This episode has local comics Natasha Ferrier & Ethan McFall cracking into a few beers with Tanner. They talk about Ballast Point Brewing closing a few locations, Naturdays, and a possible new Y2K situation. They’re also giving us the lowdown on the Brew Chatt Comedy Tour.
This week we’ve got Eric McGaffic from the Brew Market and Beer Garden swinging by to talk all about Brew Skies. Eric recently helped Tanner brew his first beer, a deliciously chocolate dessert stout, which will be debuted at Brew Skies. They also discuss Chattanooga’s profane street preacher and Tanner tells you why you shouldn’t truck Chattanooga Parking Authority’s Park Mobile App.
They’re drinking: Trail Magic 15, Star Hill’s Love, and Can-O-Bliss from Oskar Blues.
Local comedian Jimmy Sowell comes by the studio to drink a deliciously vanilla IPA, Dragon Yum Yums from Dogfish Head, and a Ping Pong Cider.
This episode Tanner and Jared catch up on some much needed movie news such as Avengers Endgame, and Toy Story 4. They are also taking their first foray of the year into spring seasonals and drinking a delicious neopolitan milk stout.
Local comedians Ethan McFall and Reed Landry make a stop by the studio to talk about how ridiculous R. Kelly is, drink some hoppy IPAs and there’s also a followup on Founders Brewing’s racial debacle.
Tanner and Jared’s original co-host, Alan Carey drops in for this episode to try a Tennessee Brew Works Beer with the face of Tim Shields on the bottle. They’re discussing this new Game of Thrones trailer, give an update on the Corntroversy, and the Rockdale Light shortage.
This episode has local comics Donnie Marsh and Charles Newby swinging by the studio. Donnie is telling us about The Lookout Comedy Festival and talks about submissions that are upcoming, and he tells us a bit about his show “Chatt Talk Tonight”. They’re also doing a comparison tasting between the Wicked Weed French Toast Imperial Stout vs. The Barrel Aged French Toast Imperial Stout.
Tori Fyfe and Jet Smith join this week to talk all about their new Chattanooga area community darkroom, Safelight District. They’re talking with Tanner and Jared about the transition into mirrorless cameras, analog film, and the wonder of Lincoln Logs.
Cassie Farmer joins me to talk about her undying love for an absolute classic, Bells Two Hearted Ale.
Joel Krautstrunk from Hutton & Smith brings a beer that is new to me, Rochefort 8.
Melanie Krautstrunk from Hutton & Smith and I share a Fuller's ESB.
Connor Choate and I have a chat about three different Saisons.
Scott Phillips and I switch it up as I come to the defense of an oft maligned beer, Guinness.
In this episode, I am joined by Tanner Morrison, and we discuss an old college favorite of his.
Chris Arnt and I talk Doublebock.
Join Scott Phillips and I as we discuss Ommegang Hennepin in his garage.
What the heck is this show about?
Sit down with Tanner, Jared, and their guests for a couple of pints of good conversation, theories, and beer. This show isn't for the faint of heart, or children. But neither is good beer. We can't promise you won't be offended, but we can promise good conversation and (hopefully) some good beer.