Oscar season continues and The Nerds welcome special guests David McGuire and Roxi Nobari to break down one of the greatest films ever made: Casablanca.
This is a downloadable version of our live Oscar podcast that can be synced up with a recorded version of the Oscars in case you missed it. You should download this episode rather than stream it so there’s no chance of any hiccups. You will need to be linked to Wi-Fi to download it as well since the file is much larger than our normal episodes. ENJOY!
Movies and beer go amazingly well together. In some cases, drinking enough beer can make a movie which would otherwise be a steaming pile of cow dung, absolute poetry. In other cases, though, finding the perfect beer that compliments a film can help shed new light on it by allowing not only your senses of sight and sound to experience it, but your sense of taste as well. Having had this epiphany, I thought it only prudent to share my vast knowledge of brews and movies through a beer and movie pairing.
Good day, true believers! It is I, Sean Moriarty, here to continue our magical journey through the new frontier of beer and movie pairing. That’s right… beer pairing ain’t just for food anymore…
Pliny The Elder Imperial IPA with Seven
Pliny The Elder pours with a golden, honey-like hue with a light, fluffy head. It has an extremely floral nose with hints of pine. The first sip is very bitter like grapefruit, which then gives way to a sweet piney flavor mixed with pineapple, then has a crisp and bitter finish. This is one of the best beers in the known universe and I can never, ever get enough of it.