Every Election Ever and Beer
Matt and Scott of Polticked join forces with Eddie Zipperer of Politics for Patriots to discuss craft beers and every American Presidential election ever.
info_outline Elections of 1996-2016: The Crazy Combined Catch-Up Episode 10/27/2020
Elections of 1996-2016: The Crazy Combined Catch-Up Episode Eddie, Matt and Scott discuss all of the recent elections that most of us remember: Clinton's second term, Bush v. Gore, the Obama elections and the improbable election of President Trump.
info_outline Election of 1976: Sometimes You Feel Like a Nut 09/22/2020
Election of 1976: Sometimes You Feel Like a Nut Professor Eddie is joined by Matt and Scott to discuss surprising Democratic candidate and former Georgia governor Jimmy Carter's narrow win over the unpopular incumbent Gerald Ford.
info_outline EEE Presents: The Brewery Interviews - Will Wesselman of Round 6 09/01/2020
EEE Presents: The Brewery Interviews - Will Wesselman of Round 6 Scott and Matt sit down with Will Wesselman, owner and head brewer at Round 6 Brewing in Maryville, Tennessee to discuss his brews, his facilities and what it's like to run a business during a pandemic.
info_outline Election of 1920: Return to Normalcy 06/16/2020
Election of 1920: Return to Normalcy Matt and Scott join Professor Eddie to bear witness to the decline of progressivism and a sweeping victory by Warren G. Harding, who made promises to "Return to Normalcy" and to put "America First" during his successful campaign.
info_outline Election of 1908: T.A.F.T. (Takes Advice From Theodore) 05/26/2020
Election of 1908: T.A.F.T. (Takes Advice From Theodore) The fellas are back to enjoy some new brews and discuss the Election of 1908 featuring Roosevelt's chosen successor William Howard Taft.
info_outline Election of 1892: Bourbon Democrats and the People's Party 04/28/2020
Election of 1892: Bourbon Democrats and the People's Party Matt and Scott join Professor Eddie for the rematch election of 1892 where Grover Cleveland reclaims the presidency from Republican incumbent Benjamin Harrison.