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Sake or sometimes known as rice wine is an ancient and reviled beverage in several Asian cultures. Although more akin to beer in the brewing process, when it comes to flavor it is closer to wine. It can be drank at a variety of temperatures, as well as in cocktails. Through researching and recording this episode Chris and Joe realized that Sake is wholly its own unique alcohol.



Coffee Coffee Coffee! We have several stimulating facts about this sought after bean. It’s all about the second most consumed drink in the world on this episode.

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046-Trappist Beers?


The Cistercians of the Strict Observance are a religious order of the Roman Catholic Church, also known as “Trappists” or “Trappistines”. These monks and nuns follow the rule of St. Benedict. The Trappists live under the ideals of pray and work with the work paying for repairs and maintaining the Abby. The day is split into equal eight hour parts of prayer, work and sleep. The Trappist also give much of their money to charity. This work is done in observance of God and is considered a type of prayer on its own. Generally speaking while working is looked down upon giving birth to the myth that Trappists take a vow of science. In this episode we sample Trappist cheeses and beers from around the world.

We want to thank Joel Murphy from Hobo Trashcan and Patrick Storck from Experts of nothing for joining us during this episode.

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