Kelly returns and he and Justin welcome Rad Friend Eric Melville! They talk about the new movie "It" and give there thoughts on the idea of Hollywood just remaking itself. Plus some rabbit trails. They share the Fruitallic from Stone Brewery, talk about some live music and wax poetic on slam dancing in the 90s. LET'S GO!
Kelly saw City and Color at The Wiltern in Los Angeles with Dave Bazan. How do you pronounce that?
Glorious-crank-it-to-‘11’-cacophony is what happens when intense tropical fruit gets a flashpot addition of pyrotechnic heat from habanero. The result is a literal world tour, as three globe-trotting breweries collaborated on this immensely thunderous soundstorm of a beer.
Masters of brewing Beavertown (UK) and Garage Project (New Zealand) worked with us in San Diego to brew this double IPA with a power trio of kiwi, yuzu and habanero. Yuzu and habanero, sure, but who knew kiwi fruit could be so metal. Add in a colossal hop character to ride the lightning of the subtle but fiery heat. Hops, fruit, heat…And Juiciness For All.
Call up your mosh mates, crank up the tunes, throw this beer in the fridge and chill ‘em all.
GOTTA GO, LET’S GO, GO, DON'T GO or NEVER GO!
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