Top 10 Beer'd Gamers Episodes
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Castle Ravenloft: Find the Icon of Ravenloft
09/05/18 • 77 min
Welcome to this week’s episode of Beer’d Gamers! We take a step into the Dungeons and Dragons universe today, specifically into the depths of Castle Ravenloft, which, ironically enough, is also the name of the game! Castle Ravenloft can be played solo or as a multiplayer adventure and comes with a book that sets up more than 30 different encounters for players, each one with its own storyline. Players work together to solve the mysteries of the dungeon while defeating enemies that lurk within. As players progress, experience points are earned and be cashed in to level up as the game goes on, much like a game of D&D.
Castle Ravenloft has an MSRP of $64.95 and based on our opinions and the massive amount of replayability, we think it’s definitely worth the price tag and would serve as a great addition to your collection!
This week in beers we’ve got Teej sitting out nursing his hangover with a V8 Energy, Schnell mixing it up with Pear Street’s Breakfast Beer and New Holland’s Dragon’s Milk, and Nelson brings it back Wisconsin-way with Spotted Cow from New Glarus.
08/20/18 • 73 min
Hello and welcome to Beer’d Gamers! We’re still a podcast, we still play board games, and we still do it while trying to drink as many beers as we can. My name is Nelson, and with my today are my fellow Beer’d Gamers, Teej and Schnell! This week we’re playing Settlers of Catan, or just Catan, depending on when you started playing and what version you have.
Catan is the godfather of all worker placement games, and what we in the biz like to call the “gateway game.” Chances are that when you moved on to harder and more illicit games, Catan was the game that spurred you on. And if you haven’t made the move yet, find a friend who has a copy, make sure no cops are around, and pack yourself a table full of Catan.
07/31/18 • 62 min
This week we’ve got Robert along for one more! We’re challenging everyone’s logical thinking and tile-laying skills with the classic board game Carcassonne. Carcassonne pits four players against each other in a race to score points based on the tiles that they lay. Roads can be built, villages and cloisters erected, and farming fields claimed for points. Once the last tile is played, players count up their scores and a winner is determined. Carcassonne is an all-time classic and has an MSRP of $34.99.
This week in beer we’ve got Nelson still drowning in Coors Light (Junior owes him big), Teej still drinking Oscar’s Chocolate Oatmeal Stout (but if you listen long enough you’ll hear him switch it up; what a twist!), Robert taps out and switches to black cherry favored water, and Schnell goes full-on Packers with Green 19 IPA from Titletown Brewing Company.
07/24/18 • 74 min
Hello, and welcome to the dungeon, baby! Wake up, because it’s time to play Munchkin, Steampunk edition! Munchkin is a multiplayer card game where the players take on the roles of heroes attempting to enter a dungeon and defeat the minions, monsters, and more that lurk within. With the Steampunk expansion, we also get cool things like gears, goggles, and more to improve our stats and help in our fight against evil.
This week in beerded goodness we’ve got Robert on the show, who interestingly enough isn’t drinking beer at all! He’s got another Mike’s Harder Lemonade, this time watermelon flavor, which triggers sugar-addled PTSD in all of us. Schnell goes flavored, as well, with Shipwrecked Cherry Wheat Ale from Door County Brewing Company; Nelson continues his self-flagellation with more Coors Light, and Teej brings it all home with Oscar’s Chocolate Oatmeal Stout by Sand Creek Brewing Company, AREALWISCONSINBEER!
Magic: The Gathering Commander Anthology 2
07/13/18 • 74 min
Hey, Hey! We’re back in action with a special guest this week! Join us in welcoming Robert to the fold! Robert is a good friend of Teej’s, and he’s with us filling in for Junior, who’s currently on hiatus with a case of The Marriage. As Ben gets ready to marry the designer of our logo, Katie, Robert was kind enough to fill in and play games with us!
This week we’re playing Magic Commander Anthology 2, the most recent release of the Commander Anthology series. The Anthology series take some of the most powerful preconstructed decks that Wizards of the Coast has released as previous entries in the Commander series and puts them together in a boxed set. The stock Commanders, which we are playing with right out of the box, include Daretti, Scrap Savant, Atraxa, Preator’s Voice, The Mimeoplasm, and Kalemne, Disciple of Iroas.
This week in beers we’ve got Teej going thematic with Magic Dragon Double IPA from Hop Haus, Robert goes harder with Mike’s Harder Lemonade, Schnell goes dark with Night Rain Porter from O’so, and Nelson takes one for the team and drinks leftover Coors Light from Junior’s bachelor party. Stay tuned to see if he survives, or if he’s felled by The Silver Bullet. I mean, the mountains weren’t even blue yet...
07/06/18 • 90 min
Hey, hey! We’re back! This week we’re back with our first full-game playthrough in a while, and we thank you for sticking around while our schedules have been a complete nightmare. This week we’ve got Teej, Schnell, and Nelson (Junior is on hiatus until after his wedding next month) playing a very fun game called Ex Libris. Ex Libris is a resource management game, but rather than sheep, food, bricks, etc., we’re trying to collect certain kinds of books to build our individual libraries, while doing our best to avoid the banned texts that will net us negative points when scoring is triggered.
Ex Libris is played in rounds until end game is trigged by one player having shelved 15 cards of books. Players are then scored on things like secret objective achieved, shelf stability, variety of the books, and many other ways their collection can earn them points. When it’s all said and done, the player with the most points at the end wins. We all really, really enjoyed this game, and we think you would, too! Ex Libris has an MSRP of $59.99, and is definitely a game you should be adding to your collection at home.
This week in beers we've got Teej double-fisting Spotted Cow from New Glarus and Milk Stout from Left Hand Brewing Company, Schnell downing Honey Blonde Ale from Central Waters Brewing Company, and Nelson is doing across the pond to have some New Castle Brown Ale, which used to be brewed in Newcastle, but is now brewed and marketed by Heineken.
Tiny Epic Kingdoms
06/22/18 • 70 min
This week we take on another game from the Tiny Epic series as we play Tiny Epic Kingdoms. Tiny Epic Kingdoms sees players taking on the role of a faction of characters that have different abilities based on their race. Players race to see who can raid and pillage, build buildings, harvest resources, gain knowledge, and more, before their opponents can.
Tiny Epic Kingdoms has an MSRP of roughly $16 depending on the seller, and is a great addition for people who like quick games, or games on the go.
Mice and Mystics, Chapter 3
06/15/18 • 83 min
We’re back this week with part 3 of our Mice and Mystics playthrough. Our previous playthroughs are available for download if you haven’t been following along or are new to the show. This week in beer we’ve got Junior going with his namesake hop and drinking Brewer’s Pale Ale from Anchor Brewing Company, Teej goes back to the “leftovers” and has Fight Milk from Odd Side Ales, Nelson goes across the lake and has Two Hearted Ale by Bell’s Brewing Company in Michigan, and Schnell goes across the pond and drinks Kinroo Blue by Brouwerji Martins NV from Belgium.
06/07/18 • 53 min
Holy shit, we’re back!!! It’s been a long time since we’ve all been in the same room together, and apparently a long time since Teej and his sister got along. More on that in the episode intro...
This week we are playing Boss Monster, a card-based dungeon-builder that was released during the 8-bit art style craze. In this game, players take on the role of the Dungeon Boss, designing a dungeon that will do enough damage to heroes venturing inside to kill them before they are able to kill the dungeon boss. Players take turns building new rooms or casting spells to directly aid themselves, screw their opponents, or mess with the adventurers. The game supports 2-4 players and has an MSRP of $24.99.
Schnell Talks Fry Thief
02/04/19 • 4 min
Holy French Fries, Batman! We're back with a quick tease!
Yes, there's been a bit of a Beer'd Gamers hiatus, but fret not, for we plan to return to your ears soon! Until then, however, check out this review from Schnell of a game his friend just designed!
Here's the link for the Kickstarter: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/patrickrauland/fry-thief-a-game-about-poor-life-choices?ref=9e575f&fbclid=IwAR1lt1SW2v-afF2TfFmcm1t1fkkuLTETqCuA7DbWtTrLrHEU8Lxvo1CZsZA
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How many episodes does Beer'd Gamers have?
Beer'd Gamers currently has 39 episodes available.
What topics does Beer'd Gamers cover?
The podcast is about Leisure and Podcasts.
What is the most popular episode on Beer'd Gamers?
The episode title 'Castle Ravenloft: Find the Icon of Ravenloft' is the most popular.
What is the average episode length on Beer'd Gamers?
The average episode length on Beer'd Gamers is 64 minutes.
How often are episodes of Beer'd Gamers released?
Episodes of Beer'd Gamers are typically released every 7 days, 4 hours.
When was the first episode of Beer'd Gamers?
The first episode of Beer'd Gamers was released on Oct 25, 2017.
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