Welcome to The Flask At Hand, the podcast that starts with whiskey and ends with knowledge. Listen as your hilarious hosts take you on a fantastically unprofessional whiskey tasting and reviewing journey followed by true, interesting sometimes strange and useless facts about persons, places and things in the world we know today. So, if you love history and science and you're part of the same simulation we are, sit back, pus[h play, sip, listen, learn and laugh with us. Enjoy the show! cheers.
Ep 31: What is Antimatter and why the f@#k does it..... matter?
Tonight on the flask at hand podcast we taste some interesting whiskey distilled from 100% oats. Koval from Chicago. It is surprisingly delicious. Antimatter is the the topic tonight and holy shit, physics and fun ensue. Join us for a really fun night of bosons, fermions and photons as we delve into a world of physics and annihilation. The most expensive and rare substance in the world and why and how it could be the answer to all the earth's problems. Sit back and open your mind because the knowledge wilst flow. And as always thanks for listening! Sip, listen and laugh with us. Cheers!
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Ep.30: Crab Whiskey? Strange And Funny News Stories.
On this episode of The Flask At Hand Podcast we welcome back Blake Feece who is joining us in the studio before he heads out on deployment. He brings with him a special whisk(e)y, Heritage Distilling's "Christmas In July" special release. We keep it light and have some fun with some funny and or strange news stories that include whiskey made from crabs, insects named after a pop music star, the Goonies ship wreck found! And dogs sneaking into random people's homes. Enjoy this episode with all the goofball banter and all the laughing. Sip, listen, learn and laugh with us! Thanks for listening. Cheers.
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Ep 29: Strange, Mysterious and Funny Deaths
On this episode of The Flask At Hand Podcast we begin by tasting and reviewing George Remus bourbon and are pleasantly surprised by what we experience. After the whiskey we dive into strange, mysterious and funny deaths. from the dancing plagues in Europe to some real life final destination type deaths. We bring a little light to a dark subject and hope to not only give you awesome interesting information from history but make you die laughing too. As always, thank you for your support dear listeners and enjoy the show. Cheers!
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Mini Episode: How To Read Whiskey Labels Without Embarrassing Yourself
Join us for this mini episode of The Flask At hand Podcast where I, Jake tell you how to read and understand the many different whisk(e)y bottle labels. If you're new to the whiskey world and needing a crash course on the whats and whys then give this episode a listen! This short guide will surely help you choose your next favorite bottle. Cheers friends and thanks for listening!
Ep 28: The Mysterious Origin Of The Fortune Cookie, Seattle: A Buried City and Beasts, Phenoms and Lore from the great Pacific North west
On this episode of The Flask At Hand Podcast we once again return to our random facts, things and stuffs episode platform. Our whiskey tonight is Benjamin's Bourbon from local distillery Valley Shine in Mount Vernon, WA just a few miles down the road from us! The glasses we're pouring this tasty bourbon in come from another local company called Whiskey Whisdom and the verdict on their American Whiskey Glass is.... it's the best thing since sliced bread. We are literally retiring our glen Cairn glasses. Go to https://www.whiskeywhisdom.com/ to get your American whiskey Glasses and start really enjoying your whisk[e]y.
After the whiskey we jump straight into some very interesting topics. We'll travel to 13th century China to try and find out who, what, where and when gave us the virtually tasteless yet fun cookie, the fortune cookie. Could it have really been invented in America? Next we travel beck to our home State and find out what lies beneath the streets of Seattle... Turns out, it's still Seattle just an older version that was buried and rebuilt upon thanks to the great Seattle fire of 1889. You can still tour the underground ruins of the forgotten city. Finally, the fantastic beasts, phenomenon and Lore surrounding the Pacific North West. From the Native American Thunder Bird, jellyfish rain to a bottomless pit of paranormal activity you'll be sure to want to stick around for the whole show.
As always, Thank you dear listeners for all of your support. Enjoy the show. CHEERS!
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BONUS EPISODE: Yes, it was Tinder
How did hosts Aaron, Lindsey and Jake meet? Our guest and friend Laura inquires on this question. From best friends to Bumble adventures. Enjoy this hilarious Bonus episode!
Going to need more soon , almost finished all the episodes! (; so happy I can relate on so many things since we all live in the same place <3
Loving it, guys!
Smart, funny and simply a good listen
New listener here and just wanted to say thanks for the laughs. I’m not a whiskey person but you don’t have to be to enjoy this podcast. Your topics in the second half of every show are super interesting and fun and the dynamic between the hosts keep me listening.