Internet Beer Users | At the Intersection of Craft Beer and Technology
About the Show
Have you ever had one too many beers and thought to yourself "Hey, maybe I should start a podcast"? Us too! We love technology, so we figured we'd get together about once a week, crack a bottle of good brew, and shoot the breeze about Apple, the future of mobile computing, and the differences between East and West Coast IPAs. Join us on a quest for the fastest pings and dankest hops this side of Silicon Valley, cheers!
Episode 29: Elder Statesman
August 4th, 2017 | 53 mins 46 secs
For this week's show, the boys revisit a classic - Pliny the Elder. They talk about their first time having Pliny the Elder and share some stories surrounding this iconic West Coast DIPA. They also discuss Gear Patrol's picks for the Top 25 Breweries in America.
Episode 28: I'm Gonna Give Call a Saul
July 28th, 2017 | 1 hr 21 mins
This week on the Internet Beer Users podcast, Nick and Jay do some quick follow up on AgileBits' app, 1Password and Carrot Weather's iOS app. In the second half of the show, the boys go on a deep dive on their all time, favorite TV shows.
This week's show beer is Fully Loaded Baked Potato, a triple collaboration with Other Half, Monkish, and Trillium.
Episode 27: We’re Not Drinking the People, We’re Drinking the Beer
July 21st, 2017 | 1 hr 2 mins
This week on the Internet Beer Users podcast, Jay talks about his day in The City, Nick spent the entire weekend at Fieldwork San Mateo, and they look forward to Silicon Valley Beer Week. This week's tech topic is all about Net Neutrality.
This week's show beer is Dobis from Cellarmaker Brewing Company.
Episode 26: I'm Getting…Foam on my Nose
July 14th, 2017 | 1 hr 11 mins
Great Scott! This week, our boys travel back to 1985 and sample DeLorean Dust for this week's show beer. Some follow up on Kona Brewing Company and Modern Times. Then a deep dive into the Back to the Future Trilogy and 1989's Batman.
Episode 25: You Heard it Here Second
July 7th, 2017 | 1 hr 21 mins
On this week's episode of the IBU podcast, the boys follow up on iPhone 8 mock ups and the iOS 11 beta. Nick and Jay then share their thoughts on the Brewers Association's plan to launch a new seal to identify independent craft brewers and their beers, Big Beer's reaction to it, and Draft Magazine's list of top 50 IPAs.
This week's show beer is Space Cookie DIPA, a collaboration between Monkish Brewing and Omnipollo.
Episode 24: The iPhone is the Reason I'm Divorced
June 30th, 2017 | 1 hr 21 mins
On this week's episode of the Internet Beer Users Podcast, Nick and Jay discuss the announcement of the SNES Classic, ask whether or not they will install the public beta, and Jay talks about his experience at the Computer History Museum to watch Scott Forstall's first public appearance in 5 years.
This week's beer is Haze from Tree House Brewing Company.
Episode 23: At Least It's Not Budweiser
June 23rd, 2017 | 1 hr 6 mins
On today's show, our favorite beer drinkers sample Congress St. from Trillium Brewing Company. They discuss Amazon buying Whole Foods and more AB-InBev bashing. Later, home assistant speakers and their thoughts on Apple's upcoming HomePod.
Episode 22: Beer Mug Clinking GIF
June 16th, 2017 | 1 hr 19 mins
This week on the IBU Podcast, Nick and Jay enjoy the latest release of Cold Pressed IPA from Alvarado St. Brewery. Some follow up on The Talk Show Live, the NBA Finals, and beers they've had since the last episode. Later, essential Mac apps that they need to get things done.
On the after show, more NBA talk and how Snoop was always a Warriors fan.
Episode 21: Delegate the Air Freshener to the Bathroom
June 9th, 2017 | 1 hr 19 mins
On this very special episode, Nick and Jay are recording in person and on location to discuss the announcements at Apple's WWDC keynote. They are drinking KBS Stout from Founder's Brewing. Along with the Apple news, the boys talk about AB-InBev (again) and RateBeer.com.
Episode 20: Dive into the Dankness
June 2nd, 2017 | 1 hr 15 mins
This week, the boys sample the highly anticipated collaboration between Modern Times and Cellarmaker, Clear and Present Dankness. More follow up on AB-InBev, Nick's AirPods and our wishes for next week's WWDC keynote.
Episode 19: The 7-11 down the Street from My Parents’ House
May 26th, 2017 | 1 hr 21 mins
On episode 19, the boys share their thoughts on AB-InBev and their plans to open a beer garden in Oakland. Afterwards, they reminisce over Street Fighter II and their experiences with video games growing up. This week's show beer is Tiger Uppercut from Fieldwork Brewing Company.
On the after show, Nick recommends a new show for Jay to binge watch.
Episode 18: Vote With Your Dollars
May 19th, 2017 | 1 hr 1 min
This week, Nick and Jay address the recent news of AB-InBev locking out South African hops from other breweries. This week's show beer is Casual Drinks from The Veil Brewing Company. On the tech side, Bluetooth headphones, Jay's Solo Beats 3s and Nick's quest to purchase AirPods.
On the after show, Jay talks about what he brought to school for show-and-tell.
Episode 17: Jumping in a Big Tub of Julius
May 12th, 2017 | 1 hr 9 mins
On this week's episode, the boys talk about Jay's birthday weekend, Nick's disappointment in this year's Taco Hands release, and the continuing Speakeasy saga. On the tech side, they discuss the web browsers they use, why they use them and extensions that add functionality to them. This week's beer is Curiosity 34 from Tree House Brewing Company.
On the after show, their predictions for WWDC.
Episode 16: Set It and Forget It
May 5th, 2017 | 1 hr 12 mins
Today's beer is La Fin Du Monde by Unibroue Brewing. This week, the boys talk about automation and some of their favorite apps for getting things done with minimal effort.
Episode 15: I Still Know Pager Code
April 28th, 2017 | 1 hr 1 min
This week, the boys travel back in time to an era when jeans were worn backwards and overalls were a thing. This week's beer is 90's R&B from Mumford Brewing. To go with the theme of the 90's, Nick and Jay talk about their favorite gadgets and tech from the 90's.