This week Tanner and Jared gather together to drink a pretty incredible docket full of beer. They also discuss Hutton and Smith's anniversary party from this past weekend, the constantly changing world of camera technology, and they follow up on the discussion of racism and accents from last week. But the end the episode with their best attempt to decode what we just say happen in Westworld Season 2.
Reminder: This is the last episode of the podcast until the first week of August.
This week Grace and Natasha from Once A Month Comedy are back. They’re drinking some Belgian Tripels and a delicious Saison. Tanner poses an interesting song lyric he heard on the radio, and then they discuss whether or not accents are racist.
Local musician Nick Lutsko, and local comics Bridgette Martin and Morgan Gray on on the podcast this week to talk about everything from Lord of the Rings to Cannibalism while drinking a delicious Imperial Ale from Nantahala Brewing and a few other tasty brews.
Kate Robertson runs A Thought and a Half and she has a new podcast called The Nooga Belle, and she's joining Tanner and Jared this episode to tell us about quite the journey she has had. She has sat down for the past two months and acquainted herself with the Marvel Cinematic Universe, in order to catch up in time for Avengers Infinity War. That's right, she knocked out 10 years of movies in two months, just so she could have the floor torn out from under her by Thanos himself. On the beer front, the boys in brew are drinking some summer slammers.
This week local home brewer, Connor Choate, and Tim Shields from Heaven & Ale Brewing join Tanner and Jared this week to drink a large variety of saisons. Including an incredible "Forest" saison that was foraged and brewed by Connor. But they don't stop with saisons, Tim brings Heaven & Ale's Blueberry Kush and Class Dismissed New England Pale Ale. They also discuss the best Hispanic food in town, and some of the breweries that are in the greater Chattanooga Area.
This episode Tanner is joined by local comics Bridgette Martin and Matt Harris. Bridgette tells us about her comedy brunch coming up at The Comedy Catch on June 2nd, and they discuss dumb things that were said when they were children, Greenflash Beer going under, and some great new documentaries they've been watching.
This episode has Tanner and Jared heading down to The Palace Theater and Bazaar to have some drinks with the ladies in charge, Rose Cox and Alecia Vera Buckles. It's always a fun time when Rose is on, and this time she brought her partner in crime and they mix up some beer cocktails.
This week Tanner and Jared are getting together immediately after viewing Avengers Infinity War to talk about one of the biggest movie events in history. Tanner points out glaring similarities between Thanos and Tony Stark, we discuss the film, the future possibilities of the MCU, and where we go from here. SPOILERS are about in this episode so DO NOT listen until you've seen Avengers Infinity War.
Tanner and Jared are joined by Dave Hannah, a local comic that you can find running Moccasin Bend Brewery's Open Mic Night, and actor, battle-rapper Jimmy Sowell. They're trying to not discuss Infinity War, while drinking a few of Tanner's favorite beers from episodes past, as well as a couple new ones.
Natasha and Grace come back bringing along their friend and colleague, Ethan. Jared has to sit this one out, but Tanner and the gang discusses some of the worst dates they have been on in their lifetimes. Tanner relives one of the strangest and most aggressive dates he has ever been on, and they drink some very welcomed lagers.
This week Donnie Marsh of Chatt Talk Tonight joins Tanner and Jared to drink some fairly hefty beers. One coming in at a solid 13% ABV, it isn't something they expected. Donnie gives his side of the date with Grace Holtz from Once A Month Comedy and talks about a new comedy festival he's bringing to the city.
For Episode 135, Tanner and Jared are headed out of the studio and getting a sneak peak at the new Brew Market and Beer Garden opening up on Riverside Drive. They talk with the manager Eric McGaffic about what it takes to get a brew market opened quickly, what started him home-brewing, and Ace Ventura.
Tanner and Jared are joined by the Queen of The Palace herself, Rose Cox. She finally explains what Mexican hot chocolate is and tells us all about The Palace Theater. They also discuss Hitler's failed art career, and they are drinking some deliciously new beers that have been hitting shelves in the Chattanooga area.
Rob Quinn of Driveway Brew Works, Natalie Cook of The Chattanooga Breakfast Rotary Club, and Brian Bender of The Barley Mob Brewers, join Tanner and Jared this week to talk about any last minute news about Brew Skies. They also discuss a recall on Stella Artois along with the Taco and Tequila festival that was in town this past weekend.
Natasha Ferrier and Grace Holtz from Once A Month return this week to talk about the Fifty Shades movies, and cults including all this crazy shenanigans with the NXIVM cult, all while they pop Grace's high gravity beer - cherry.
Ryan Darling and Ben Dalby, two local comics, join Tanner and Jared this week to drink creamy stouts. They also discuss the weird stipulations for admittance to Cinema One, The Predator, and more.
This episode Tanner and Jared are joined by local comedian and host of Chatt Talk Tonight, Donnie Marsh. They drink some of Highland Brewing's newer beers, and discuss the insane sport of Buzkashi. They discuss some of their favorite late night talk show hosts and Donnie talks about his upcoming late night show, Chatt Talk Tonight.
Jacqui Helbert and Fendall Fulton join Tanner and Jared this week to talk about how religion can be misused to control and abuse people. Jacqui tells about her interesting story of growing up in a strict church environment, and how she got out of it.
Natasha Ferrier and Grace Holtz from "Once A Month", a monthly all female comedy show, are here to hang out and drink a few beers with Tanner and Jared. They dive deep into a blonde and golden ale, and then they have some Bearded Iris on the docket. They talk to Natasha and Grace about what how it is performing comedy in front of your parents, body hair grooming, and more.
Natalie Cook from the Chattanooga Breakfast Rotary Club and The Brew Skies Festival joins Tanner and Jared this episode. They discuss the various home-brews and breweries that will be at the festival, when tickets go on sale, and everything else you need to know. She also discusses how The Rotary Club has helped kick polio's ass, which everyone can all be thankful for.
This week the boys are back and they're singling out hops, including El Dorado, Azacca, Centennial, and Galaxy hops. Tanner and Jared have a load of single-hopped IPAs and they're breaking them down. They also recently visited the new pour your own beer bar in town, American Draft, and they have lots to tell you about that.
It's the 2 year anniversary of The Brew Chatt Podcast, so Tanner and Jared are celebrating! They have a few select IPAs and they're talking about The Netflix Original Film, The Cloverfield Paradox, and talking about Monkeytown Brewing in Dayton. Tanner was up there earlier in the day filming and had an incredible experience.
Jeremy Howard swings by this week to join us and brings with him a delicious beer he's been ageing for a year or two, as well as some tales of the road. He discusses what it's like to party like a rockstar for a couple of days with actual rockstars.
Natasha Ferrier and Grace Holtz from "Once A Month" join Tanner and Jared for this episode of the Brew Chatt Podcast. Natasha and Grace have an all women comedy show debuting at The Palace Theater on February 24th at 9PM with other female comedians such as Nashville's Laura Peek, Pensacola's Brynne Ruff, Atlanta's Jen Lenny and more! They join the crew this week to drink stouts and browns as they talk about everything...literally everything.
Be sure to lock in your tickets for their show for February 24th!
Sit down with Tanner, Jared, an Alan 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.