Chris Quinn actually makes watching someone else drink beer seem enjoyable.
I prefer his interviews with younger or less famous comedians because he's funnier and more confident.
Stories by new parents about those moments that you hope will NOT last forever.
They're there best cultural domain experts in the country, and a constant source of inspiration
Reminds me of that book series "Things I Believe but Cannot Prove."
Good Beer Hunting
Who are you, and what do you do?
I’m the founder of Good Beer Hunting, a storytelling site for beer. Now it’s a lot of things, including a podcast, event studio, and a brand and portfolio strategy practice — also for beer.
What podcasts do you listen to?
The Beer Temple — Chris Quinn actually makes watching someone else drink beer seem enjoyable. Always start with the most recent. Fresh beer is best!
The Longest Shortest Time — Stories by new parents about those moments that you hope will NOT last forever. I get a little choked up. Sometimes I get a lot choked up.
Sound Opinions — They’re there best cultural domain experts in the country, and a constant source of inspiration. Makes me wish I had a Lewis to my Clark. I love their thematic episodes too. That takes breadth and depth.
On Being — Reminds me of that book series “Things I Believe but Cannot Prove.” People willing to take a risk by sharing their variety of faith despite obvious logical failures. This is how we used to talk to each other before everything felt “knowable.” Remember Phil Donahue?!
How do you listen to podcasts?
Three places: in the shower, in the car, in the kitchen — anywhere where I can pretend to be alone.
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