The new Patreon milestone is to have Alex Ross draw a portrait of Caleb. Hear us out. We know the idea is absurd and the result will be disgusting. But it will be funny. Funny enough that it’s worth what we presume will be a 50 grand plus commission fee, plus eye-hazard pay. That’s why we’ve launched a GoFundMe to…
What…no? Fine then. Here’s your episode (skulks away)
Fat Orange Cat’s F.O.C.Less Monster–N.E. IPA: In Dissecting Our Fun, we talk about Bunny Kingdom’s ability to make card drafting fun again.
Crane Brewing Omar Porter: Jukebox in Back wants to know about ska music. No! Don’t go! Really, it was a request. Not making this up.
Fat Orange Cat Severe Tire Damage – N.E. India Pale Ale: In We’ll Never B’Author, we draft the next big hit in the saturated YA dystopia/horse girl/battle royale genre.
Due South Brewing Co Caramel Cream Ale: A nameless stranger Asks Mixed Six about the effects of tabletop roleplaying on our professional lives.
Fat Orange Cat’s Blood Orange Billy New England India Pale Ale: In this Humanities Fight, we try to take the magic of The Good Place (making ethics entertaining) and spread the love to other disciplines.
Crane Brewing Company’s Raytown Common American Ale: Finally Drunk Enough to hope Missouri will stop trying to kill us, we look forward to Spring.
Rob Stith from The Orpheus Protocol joins us again for a very special episode. Well, not very special in the “Saved by the Bell” sense. No one got addicted to caffeine pills or anything. Okay, more addicted to caffeine pills. You know…you know what? Let’s just get down to it.
Lagunitas Willetized Coffee Stout: We bring back the Mixed Six Game Jam to cash in on that sweet, sweet battle royale money.
Independence Brewing Company Austin Amber Beer: Jukebox in Back sees the crew make their dream concert line-up. Needless to say, these shows should probably be marketed to some very disparate demographics.
Rhinegeist Bubbles Rose Ale: Getting Lit(erature) breaks down the standard fantasy setting with three nerds. Spencer is physically present.
Crane Brewing’s Gooseberry Gose: Ask Mixed Six is about our favorite foods. It becomes clear that half the cast is made of international connoisseurs, while the other half were apparently raised by raccoons.
Crane Brewing Small Ball Saison: In This Was a Mistake, we talk about how much we hate talk radio before sharing a collective anxiety attack because podcasting might not be any different.
Austin Beerworks Pearl-Snap German-Style Pils: Finally Drunk Enough we revisit the Death of the Author, but does that include the Death of Proper Consumption? Is there a “right” way to listen to music? Read a book?
Weeee’rrrreee back! After a long hiatus, we have returned. It’s a new year, new podcast with…a food-based rating system from Spencer. Damn. Change is hard. At least we’re trying a hot new brewery for the first time: Side Project Brewing. We’ve also got a new mascot in the form of a terrifying trash homunculus! 2019 is going to be the best year ever!
Side Project Brewing’s La Ruche – Oak-Aged Missouri Saison with Honey: In Dissecting Our Fun, we try to balance our joy at drinking this beer with our love for Azul: Stained Glass of Cintra
Side Project Brewing’s The Balaton – Missouri Wild Ale Aged with Michigan Cherries: Janic McC asks the Professional Drinkers whether they seek novelty or quality when out at the bar.
Side Project Brewing’s Grisette – Foeder Aged Farmhouse Ale: It’s a HUMANITIES FIGHT! (cue mortal kombat theme) Alex B wants to know our definition of genius.
Side Project Brewing’s Burk – Ale Aged in Wine Barrels with Apples, A Collaboration with Angry Orchard Hard Cider: Everybody Asked Mixed Six about resolutions, so we share our goals along with our thoughts on resolutions in general.
Side Project Brewing Punchdown – A Missouri Wild Ale Aged in Wine Barrels with California Pinot Noir Grapes: Speaking of resolutions, we share our top three books to read in 2019 with Getting Lit(erature)
Side Project Brewing’s Chambourcin (2017)–Missouri Wild Ale with wine grapes aged in Oak: Finally Drunk Enough to talk HR, we discuss whether or not there is any value in corporate assigned mentorship.
Music, Tracks 2-8: https://chillhop.bandcamp.com/album/chillhop-essentials-winter-2018
We got caught! Cheese-it! It’s the fuzz! (Just go with it; it’ll make sense in a second) Anyway, we did an episode on the run from the beer assassins come to exact revenge. We talk about Christmas decorations, writing utensils, and a crack cereal-mascot commando team.
Six Mile Bridge–Blood Orange Wit: In Dissecting Our Fun, we talk about digital boardgames and whether or not they fulfill the basic function of an analog experience.
2nd Shift Brewing Hibiscus Wit — Belgian-Style Wit Beer Brewed with Spices: In This Was a Mistake, we draw the line between festive and tacky on Christmas decorations.
Golden Road Pineapple Cart — Pineapple Wheat Ale with Blood Orange and Strawberry: It’s a fire sale! Ask Mixed Six.
Founder’s Brewing Rubaeus Pure Raspberry Ale: The Mixed Six Mock Draft assembles a rag-tag team of commandos made of cereal mascots.
Avery Brewing Maharaja IPA imperial India Pale Ale: The Professional Drinkers lament the common problem of reserving and preserving alcohol for special occasions.
Blue Point Brewing Company Citrus Plunge IPA: We’re finally Drunk Enough to attack the most fundamental problem of our age.
Music, Tracks 16-22: https://s1x-music.bandcamp.com/album/the-jazz-hop-conspiracy-vol-2
It is our 50th episode. Absolutely crazy things have come this far. Thank you so much for helping us make this silly show so big and successful. To celebrate on our end, we brought in nearly an entire episode of our fan favorite brewer: Stillwater Artisinal Ales. Join us as we run the tastebud gauntlet!
Stillwater Artisinal’s and Two Roads Brewing’s Ground Loop Sour Saison: In Dissecting Our Fun, we talk about Illusion and Pandasaurus’s domination of the back-pocket gaming market.
Stillwater Artisinal’s Cellar Door — a Dry-hopped Farmhouse Wheat Ale with Sage: Janis wants to know how to handle an open bar at a professional engagement. The Professional Drinkers have some things to say.
Stillwater Super Hop — a Neo-Tropic Pale Ale: Armchair Director sees us redacting movies out of a cinema canon for the good of all mankind.
Stillwater Artisanal’s Strobe Lights — Double Dry Hopped India Pale Ale: Chris wants to know about the ethics of voting for yourself. He Asked Mixed Six, and lo, we did answer.
Omnipollo’s Shoutao — A Peach Slush IPA: Mixed Six Mock Draft has to staff a Cheers-esque bar with nothing but fictional protagonists.
Stillwater Artisinal’s Recess Dry Hopped Sour Ale with Raspberries: We (or at least one of us) gets Drunk Enough to talk about the value of a poker face and whether or not it can be developed.
Music, Tracks 8-14: https://s1x-music.bandcamp.com/album/the-jazz-hop-conspiracy-vol-2
You know what people love? Holiday-themed segments in podcasts posted WELL after the holiday has past. Even better? If it’s an advice question whose utility has long ago expired? You know who has two thumbs and is great at podcasting? (visual joke…another thing that works great in podcasts)
The Dayton Beer Company’s The Java Man Cometh: Dissecting Our Fun asks the most taboo question in all of tabletop…what is your favorite game? Listen to us make Sophie’s choice.
Wild Ohio Brewing Black Cherry Bourbon Gluten-Free Tea Beer: The Armchair Director’s weigh in on the increasing popular trend of Alamo movie parties.
Braxton Brewing Co’s Storm Golden Cream Ale: How do you balance media usage in household. We tell you how to Live with Humans.
Against the Grain Brewery 35K Stout Beer: Ask Mixed Six talks about the best way to run a themed Halloween party. In November. God, we suck sometimes.
Louisville, KY’s Goodwood Hemp Gose, Gose Aged on Hemp: We Make a Pair for the entire World Series. Caleb’s take is…unique.
Rhinegeist Cincy Made Squirrel Nut Brown Ale: Drunk Enough, we debate the merits of cutting an activity from your schedule intentionally rather than letting it fade out.
Songs, Tracks 1-7: https://steviasphere.bandcamp.com/album/beats-to-procrastinate-to
I want to start off this podcast by letting everyone know that my Dad could beat up your Dad in a fake fight with fictional martial arts. Just try to come at my Dad! See what happens! Sorry. That got confrontational. I’m glad it’s behind us. Let’s listen to an episode and try to heal.
Beau Brothers Brewing Company Sheep Head: We Dissect the Fun of Container, a game we still can’t convince anyone is actually fun, even though it is.
Kona Brewing Co. Pipeline Porter made with Hawaiian Kona Coffee: The resident Sportsplainer tackles the NFL as a business organization, and the resident nerds finally get an answer to that age old question “How does Umbrella Corp. make money?”
Fulton Brewery War and Peace Imperial Coffee Stout: COM Corner deals with the interaction between rhetoric and philosophy.
August Schell Brewing Company Schell’s Dark from New Ulm, Minnesota: !Venta de liquidacion!
Lift Bridge Brewing Co Hop Dish IPA: In Armchair Director, we revisit the nature of schlock cinema with a comparison of two recent cult films of note, Mandy and Neil Breen’s Twisted Pair.
North Loop Brewing Company IPA Foto: Finally Drunk Enough to reminisce about our youth, we talk about the most formative classes we ever had.
Tracks, 1-7: https://idealismus.bandcamp.com/album/amaranthine-ep
Unless you’re listening to the fine audio stylings of the Mixed Six, you can’t win them all. For instance, we can’t win them all with beer tastings; sometimes you come up snake eyes on the ratings system…and the rating system is made by Spencer. Really, we just need to prepare for a beating on this one. It’s going to hurt.
Logboat Brewing Co’s Flybye Farmhouse Ale: In Dissecting Our Fun, we discuss Concordia and its terribly interesting scoring mechanics.
Logboat Brewing Co’s Dark Matter: We Make a Pair puts some of our favorite beers with our favorite video games.
Crown Valley Blackberry Cider: While drinking a cider, Grant wants to know about the American sweet tooth and alcoholic consumption. The Professional Drinkers weigh in.
Bur Oak Lily Orange and Raspberry Fruit Ale: Ask Mixed Six wants to know if there is any way around the crass salesmanship required of charity fundraising.
Logboat Brewing Co. Shipped Spiced Ale: Binger Binger recasts televisions favorite elderly detectives for a new millennia.
Logboat Brewing Co Bennie Mocha Stout: Finally Drunk Enough, we agonize of the liminal space between projects.
Songs, Tracks 3-9: https://chillhop.bandcamp.com/album/chillhop-essentials-fall-2018