Tag Archives: Liverpool

16 – We Get Ready, Aim and Fire



This episode we speak with a company who takes shelter-in-place to a whole ‘nother level. Next, we sharpen our tips and aim for the bull. What? Oh, darts! Finally, “fire in the hole!” Well, fire in our bellies while we keep a fire extinguisher on hand during our BeerDome competition. That, and our usual craic … Continue reading 16 – We Get Ready, Aim and Fire


PHOTO: At the entrance to Timothy Taylor's, a sign depicts what the brewery looked like in the 1860s. The only remaining structure s)ll standing today are the steps leading from the brewery to the mill. (Life in 16 oz./Paul Wade)

06 – We Travel to the Land of Yorkshire Puddings, Cask Ales, and Lots of Castles



Paul goes Full Monty on us by traveling to his birthplace in Jolly Olde England and drives over 1600 miles in nine days on the wrong side of the road searching for the perfect pint and best fish and chips. Next, he scores a Golden Ticket to tour a brewery held in high regard there … Continue reading 06 – We Travel to the Land of Yorkshire Puddings, Cask Ales, and Lots of Castles


03 – The Reds, Wheels and Stomachs are a Churning



April/May 2019 — Okay, we think we got this. After 29 years Paul’s childhood team, Liverpool, is making a historic run to win the English Premier League and we scream with Francisco Hernandez, one of the organizers of the Liverpool Football Club Supporters of Sacramento, during a telly match at de Vere’s Irish Pub. The … Continue reading 03 – The Reds, Wheels and Stomachs are a Churning