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Podcast: Oskar Blues, Rare Breed and More!

Join us for a few laughs as we:

  • Review Oskar Blues’ Dale’s Pale Ale and Old Chub
  • Talk about how Oskar Blues has broken Don’s heart (poor fella)
  • Sample Wild Turkey Rare Breed
  • Discuss which modern car would be best suited for a Smokey and the Bandit remake
  • Share  “fun facts” about each other
  • Answer some viewer mail

All that and more on this episode of The Invisible TV Show!

Click here to download it on iTunes

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Author:Jim

Craft beer nerd, frequent beer blogger and occasional home brewer.

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2 Comments on “Podcast: Oskar Blues, Rare Breed and More!”

  1. Clyde
    July 26, 2010 at 6:55 pm #

    Okay, I exaggerated. However, it is exactly 11 hours from Boulder to Hailey/Ketchum without going all out Smokey and Bandit. Lyons is a half hour closer. I’m not a fan of Old Chub…Gordon is where it’s at.

    BTW I suggest upgrading your microphones. Should give better sound quality. Let me know when you’re ready for tequila reviews!

    • July 26, 2010 at 9:03 pm #

      Thanks for listening, Clyde. I have no sense of distance out west, so I would believe you if you said it was five hours from Boise to Longmont. That’s big country out there.

      I’ll investigate the mic situation. I mostly picked a model that was affordable and Don, who is technologically challenged, can work. I agree there’s room for improvement.

      Anyway, thanks for inspiring us with the roadtrip idea and please keep listening.

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