Show 49: The Storm, She’s-a-comin’

Tweenhood.  That time when the first hormonal bubbles start rising up and infecting our dear children.  Michael Driver joins us to discuss his life with a 10-year-old daughter and how dad is now Super Hero, but as his dear Pilot cautions, the change is coming.  The perfect storm of the later years of elementary school, coupled with the rise of the hormones, with a dash of peer pressure thrown in.

Tim, Jon, and Paul even throw gas on the fire by regaling poor Michael with the tales of middle school, with these classic words uttered, “Middle school is the 7th circle of Hell.”  Truer words were never spoken dear Mr. Driver!

Listen in, give us your thoughts on raising daughters (as Jon counseled Michael) and on our Beer of the Week, the Estival Cream Stout by Ska Brewing, Durango CO. 

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Beer Dads Podcast is proudly sponsored by Small Batch Beer Company.  Remember that Thursday nights at Small Batch are pint glass nights!  Come in for the beer, leave with a glass!

January and February promise a host of interesting guests, so be sure to tune in! (This week is Michael Driver!  @yourhometriad )

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Lifelong Winston Salem, NC resident, 1 wife, 1 son, 3 dogs. Lover of things serious and silly. Pop culture fan, music lover, coffee fiend. Love good food, wines, beers, and flavors in general!

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