This episode, [singing] "one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight. Schlemiel! Schlimazel! Hasenpfeffer Incorporated!" As we channel our inner Laverne and Shirley and ride the assembly line, we speak with an aluminum angel who has a "can-do" attitude. Next, we run, eh, walk, possibly job, all over the world, virtually, and earn some sweet swag, literally, with a former couch potato. Finally, after joining a monastery to learn how monks brew, we vow to skip celibacy and drink Belgian style beers in this month's BEER DOME! That, and our usual craic on this episode of Life in 16 oz.
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Skip to Paul "Apologizes"; Sports Suckage (1:59)
Skip to Beer News (4:40)
Skip to Mobile Beer Canning (12:26)
Skip to Lindsey Herrema, The Can Van (15:23)
Skip to Beer Dome: Belgian Beer Battle - Intro (29:40)
Skip to Virtual Racing with Amy McCauley (33:15)
Skip to Beer Dome: Belgian Beer Battle - Finale (52:27)
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Laverne & Shirley / The Can Van / Quaker Steak & Lube / Beer Tubes / Central Coast Brewing / Unibroue / Yes.Fit / RunSignUp.com / GoneForARun
Heineken is cutting 8,000 jobs as it moves 'beyond beer'
Referred to by Paul in his Beer News segment. Published by CNN.com.
Denver spa opens during COVID-19 pandemic, says 'Hold my beer'
Referred to by Paul in his Beer News segment. Published by ABC Denver7.
BEER DOME - BELGIAN STYLE BEER BATTLE
Head Over Peels
Wheat Beer - Witbier, 5.3% ABV, 13 IBUs
Central Coast Brewing, San Luis Obispo, CA
La Fin du Monde
Strong Ales - Tripel, 9% ABV, 19 IBUs
Unibroue, Chambly, Quebec, Canada
Schlemiel! Schlimazel! Hasenpfeffer Incorporated!
For a number of generations the above words immediately spark a memory of the theme song to the classic television series Laverne & Shirley (theme song embedded in article). Published by HuffPost.com.
PHOTOS AND CAPTIONS
Established in 2011, The Can Van is a mobile alcohol canning service that sets its equipment up in a wide variety of customer spaces. The canning line is seven feet long and four feet wide,