Nothing like starting an episode with a 90-second correction. We reviewed Elevated IPA from Tap It Brewing Company in San Luis Obispo, CA.
Following the post-mortem investigation, I realized that if any of the “2011″ indicators had been poisonous snakes, I would have been dead weeks before we recorded this. It’s written clearly in the email from La Cumbre website. Apologies to both breweries. But rather than scrap the episode and re-record it, like even semi-professional, we have opted to make things complicated and awkward. ONWARD!
[LOUD WHISPER] HEY, TAP-IT, SEND US SOME IPA SO WE CAN COMPARE IT TO LA CUMBRE. [/LOUD WHISPER]
Speaking of Beerjobber.com: Approved. We will continue to use them.
Following our theme of annual superlatives, we listen to the #1 song on Paste Magazine’s 50 Best Songs of 2012, which is “The House That Heaven Built” by Japandroids off their album Celebration Rock. I like Japandroids. I almost love them. But, as we discuss, there’s something about two-piece rock groups that I just cannot abide.