In the Season One finale of 'Beyond the Pale Ale' we come full circle and back to Nashville where Matt chats with Ryan McKay from Living Waters Brewing.

Coming up on their One Year Anniversary Matt and Ryan chat about how plans changes, almost on a minute to minute basis, in 2020, and the state of beer, locally.

Living Waters is also a part of the 'Black is Beautiful' beer project, which now has over 1,000 breweries involved.

Honestly, it has been an honor to be able to work with some many great people on this project. While the subject matter isn't the happiest, hopefully 'Beyond the Pale Ale' has been able to translate how hard people are working in these unprecedented times and how they are adapting and evolving in ways that they never saw coming.

Between racial and social injustice, a pandemic that has brought our economy to it's knees and polarized politics, its been rough, but together, and we get through this.

Hopefully, when Season Two goes into production we have moved on and into better and more 'normal' times.

Remember to keep supporting your local bars, restaurants, breweries and distilleries in these tough and emotional times.

If you want to yell at Matt about his interviewing skills, or lack thereof, e-mail him at matt@simplisticreviews.net or if you want to leave a general comment or maybe even want to throw your two-cents onto the show, e-mail contact@simplisticreviews.net

Show Notes

Living Waters Brewing

Black is Beautiful Beer Project

There is a wheel that has been hidden for centuries.

Hidden from the world for the power it welds.

Its destruction is unlike anything you could imagine.

And now its back.

As a way to pick a movie, for a terrible podcast.

 

Behold the Wheel Of Doom!

On this episode of 'Beyond the Pale Ale' we scoot over to South Carolina to chat with JT Stellmach of Holy City Brewing in North Charleston, South Carolina.

Matt shares a couple of Holy City's best while the duo discuss the business, the brewery and collaborations.

Oh, and who are the TOP FIVE, DEAD or ALIVE, in Hip Hop.

Remember to keep supporting your local bars, restaurants, breweries and distilleries in these tough and emotional times.

 If you want to yell at Matt about his interviewing skills, or lack thereof, e-mail him at matt@simplisticreviews.net or if you want to leave a general comment or maybe even want to throw your two-cents onto the show, e-mail contact@simplisticreviews.net

Show Notes:

Holy City Brewing 

On this episode of 'Simplistic Interviews' Matt chats with Jeffrey A. Brown and Tyler Davidson, the director and one of the producers, respectively, from the new horror gem you can find on SHUDDER; 'The Beach House.'

Everything from uncooperative fog, body horror, oysters, and beyond is covered.

Make sure you check out OUR REVIEW of 'The Beach House' as well.

 

Happy 4th Of July. The boys at Simplistic Reviews, along with Greg Cafaro from Miscast Entertainment, are ready to light all the fireworks your parents told you were dangerous. First things first, we celebrate Matt's copper anniversary, then we peek in on the life of Chris Hansen, bring back a classic segment called Simply The Best, do a little channel surfing with some TV Roundup, share another entry into Julie's Diary, and then flip the script with another edition of Simplistic Switcheroo. All that and more on this explosive episode of the Simplistic Reviews podcast.

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