What’s up Beer Vs Bourbon Listeners! Since we are 49 episodes into this podcast, we felt it was time to start hitting you guys with some blog posts to summarize what you can expect from each episode moving forward. Personally, we are really excited for you all to hear Episode 49 as we have taken the podcast to a new level. This week we will have five separate segments. These will include:
1) Broadway spends some time talking to country music superstar Brad Paisley.
2) Broadway and Millertime talk to songwriter and Nashville hit maker, Luke Dick.
3) Millertime visited Connecticut’s Litchfield Distillery and sat down for an interview with one of the owners, Jack Baker.
4) Broadway talks about one of his favorite beers and gives some ideas on how to make sure beer being sold is always fresh.
5) Songs We Dig – Broadway and Millertime each give three songs currently atop their daily playlists.
I think you guys will really enjoy this episode as its got a little of everything. The highlights from our guests this episode include:
- Broadway’s conversation with Brad Paisley hits on his new single, what to expect from the new album, his first date with his wife, and even some March Madness talk.
- The interview with Luke Dick was as deep of a dive we have had with any guest thus far on the podcast. Luke has written many songs you have heard, including Eric Church’s “Kill A Word” and “Round Here Buzz”, Dierks Bentley’s “Burning Man”, Kip Moore’s “The Bull”, Kacey Musgraves’ “Velvet Elvis” and many more. He gave us insight on his unique way of songwriting, a behind the scenes look at what songwriting sessions with Kacey Musgraves and Eric Church are like, his own band Republican Hair, and what to expect from his new documentary, Red Dog. Luke states that many people think he is different or weird, but that he thinks it’s a good thing. We 100% agree and love everything this guy touches and we loved this interview.
- Millertime got to visit Litchfield Distillery in Connecticut and got a personal tour and tasting from its owner, Jack Baker. Jack’s interview describes the organic roots that this amazing family run distillery started with and why they call themselves “Batchers”. We encourage everyone to seek out this distillery’s bottles, especially their Vanilla Bourbon. And visit the distillery and tell them Beer Vs Bourbon sent you!
Enjoy this episode and give us some feedback. Remember, we can be streamed on Itunes or the Apple Podcast App, as well as Spotify and Google Play. And follow us on Twitter at @BeerVsBourbon.
Broadway & Millertime