Welcome to World War Brew! The only podcast starring Jim Pomeroy, Evan Robinson and Cade Wiberg where we review, discuss and critique some of Hollywood's best (and worst) war movies while also simultaneously reviewing various alcohols. Join us on our dive into film making, history and occasional bouts of alcohol-fueled ranting!
Episode 10 -- Independence Day
The World War Brew boys are joined by special guest Christian Bethelmy to discuss the 1996 Roland Emmerich classic, "Independence Day." Episode drink is Clown Shoes' Space Cake Double IPA (9% ABV!!). Topics discussed include Area 51, Will Smith's...
Episode 9 -- We Were Soldiers
Another angry Mel Gibson war movie for World War Brew. This episode's drink is Pabst Blue Ribbon American Lager thanks to the remarkable story of John "Chickie" Donohue and the "Greatest Beer Run Ever" (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D4WAUmyKDq0)....
Episode 8 -- Fury
The World War Brew boys are back to review David Ayer' 2014 World War II Tank movie "Fury." This episode's drink of choice was Boulevard Brewing Company's "Tank 7" farmhouse ale-saison. Topics covered include the amount of times Jim saw this movie in...
Episode 7 -- War for the Planet of the Apes
The World War Brew trio is back for another episode and boy is this one a DOOZY. This episode covers War for the Planet of the Apes directed by Matt Reeves as well as New Realm Brewing Company's "United Craft Lager." The boys discuss what the next film...
Episode 6 -- Saving Private Ryan
Just in time for the 76th Anniversary of the Normandy Landings (D-Day), the World War Brew Crew reviews the 1998 Steven Spielberg classic "Saving Private Ryan." Also reviewed is the French beer Kronenbourg 1664 Blanc. Special guest appearances by Lauren...
Episode 5 -- 1917
After a COVID-19 induced hiatus, the World War Brew boys are back with a "cut down" podcast they recorded 5 months ago...However, the podcast hosts figured that the World War Brew faithful needed some content. Here is the World War Brew review of Sam...
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Just came across this great podcast; love the concept. Look forward to more episodes
Black Hawk Down
90+ minutes is too long. Wished you gave us more info about the history and politics of the time of BHD up front as that was important. If you call SPR a “film” and measure all others against that, then they are all “movies.” Also, would like more “brew” by discussing the drinkability, ABV, IBU, comparisons, etc. Lastly, War of the Worlds is NOT a “war” movie. It’s science fiction. Looking forward to more; Battleground, Patton, Back to Battan, Twelve O’Clock High, Longest Day, A Bridge to Far, etc. Keep em coming!