A trip down memory lane as the "Beers, Business, and Balls" Podcast turns 2!



It's crazy how fast the past two years have flown by. We were all fresh in quarantine, a few weeks in from "stopping the spread". Well those 15 days have now turned to 730 and we are finally getting back to "normal".


However, the most normal thing the past two years has been this podcast. It aired two years ago today. Funny enough, we actually dropped it a week before but had no idea where to start. Our first episode was two guys who were bored, zooming from our childhood homes, and kicked off talking beers, business, and balls (sports). We ran through the entire "2020" bracket, pretending to crown a winner of the biggest "what if?" in recent sports history.


It was fun, it was simple, but it was something special.


This is the second time I've listened to this episode, and I again chuckled. It was raw, awkward, but had potential. After I listened to episode one, I took a scroll down memory lane and relieved some of the moments that made the BBB Pod what it is today.


I never would have imagined being able to talk to people like the Founder of Untappd, Jesse Palmer, Coach Ed Cooley, or even make a beer for The WonTon Don, but here we are. Who would have thought this podcast has grown to where it is today, let alone now a full fledge brand. BBB Podcast is now a flagship of House Enterprise, home to dozens of content creators and multiple brands and podcasts.


This year alone, we felt the fruits of our labors finally blossoming. We've heard from breweries across the country, entrepreneurs across the globe, and sports personalities and media influencers that you all loved. We had behind the scenes access to two beer festivals, we had some very recognizable guests joining the pod, and we had our first live show at one of our favorite Rhode Island breweries. Rhode Island businesses know our brand, and we even had people stop us saying they listen to the show.


There is still so much more we have to (and will) accomplish, but in the mean time, thank you for following along this wild ride. It's been a lot of work, but the work is fun and what we love to do. The best is yet to come!


Take it easy,


Will

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