RISK. Risk is ever present in our lives; some of us embrace it, some of us do our best to avoid it, and many of us routinely take potentially life changing risks every single day without realizing it (witness anyone texting and driving). Between sips of local IPA’s and fueled by kobe beef corn dogs on a stick, Chris, Amanda and Matt debate their respective risk tolerance, whether it’s okay to let your 10 year old ride his bike around town alone, and why “safety” is a myth. Drinks in this episode: >> Bookhouse Brewery “Patio Season” New England IPA, 5.2% ABV >> Threes “The Things We All Do”, IPA, 6.4% ABV >> Rhinegeist “Truth”, IPA, 7.2% ABV >> R. Shea Brewing “709er”, IPA, 8.0% ABV
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