Podcast E-246: SA Octoberfest; Torano 1995 & My Fathers H-2K; Strip Mall Casino

Podcast 246, 11/22/15 … We hope you enjoy this podcast as much as we enjoyed recording it. The “show” only runs approximately 18 minutes, but that’s because of all the outtakes we created! So, while we’re true to form regarding the content (ie. an alcohol, cigar & gaming segment), they’re not the usual 10/10/10 minute segments.

So what do we talk about this week? First, we begin by enjoying the Sam Adams Octoberfest beer, which is so appropriate for the crisp Fall season. With hints of pumpkin, a dash of cinnamon in there and a delicious amalgamation of seasonal flavorings, this beer is ripe for the Oct/Nov calendar!

Next, Tony talks about the Torano Circa 1995 cigar, a smoke that is particularly poignant to him as you’ll learn why. Then Jason turns his review in a potential drinking game, whereby you do a shot each time he tells you how ‘lovely’ the cigar was to him.

Finally, a very clever group of IL entrepreneurs concoct a way to create a casino within a currently empty strip mall. But are they allowed to do something like that? Is it even legal?

Listen to this week’s podcast to learn about the value of Sam Adams, Tony’s (justified?) love of the Circa 1995 cigar and whether a strip mall casino could be coming to an IL town near you!

Click HERE to download the MP3, or use the audio control below to listen in your Web browser:

Want to weigh in? In addition to subscribing to our podcast through iTunes, Stitcher or RSS, you can join our groups on Facebook or Google+ or even leave a message on our toll-free voice mail hotline at 888-321-4447. We love it when listeners join the conversation!


2 thoughts on “Podcast E-246: SA Octoberfest; Torano 1995 & My Fathers H-2K; Strip Mall Casino

  1. Mike Reply

    I enjoy Sam Adams Octobefest — and many of their beers … but don’t taste pumpkin. I don’t like pumpkin flavor in beer or anything else.

    • jason Reply

      Same here. There are a few okay-tasting pumpkin beers out there (Ichabod comes to mind), but in general, this whole “pumpkin everything” fad deserves to die a painful but swift death.

Leave a Reply