Hello, friends, our two-year anniversary episode is here! I touched upon our journey a few blogs ago, but we cannot thank our loyal listeners enough for two years of support, love, and listens. This show was strictly a passion project during the pandemic, but we have grown it to new heights, and we wouldn't be here without your listens and engagements, as well as our various interviews throughout the podcasts history.
We'll always stay true to our core of discussing some of our favorite things: craft beer, the latest business news, and sports & entertainment across the world. Thanks for listening, we love you all! We bring back two all-time guests to celebrate our two years of existence, and we crown them House Enterprise Hall of Famers.
Dave Silverman (3:04)
Our first guest and our forever guest. New England Patriots photographer and great friend, Dave Silverman! Nearly had his livelihood as a sports photographer taken away from him when Covid hit. Now, two years after he became the first ever BBB guest, he rejoins the show with too many gigs to count. We discuss going zero-to-a hundred after sports started again, the Patriots' future with Mac Jones, Tom Brady's dilemma in Tampa Bay, and much more.
John Fanta (57:21)
The mayor of Friartown and an all-time guest and friend of the program, John Fanta. He is everyone's favorite college basketball announcer, and for good reason. After years of hard work, he found his way to millions of cable TV sets this year, getting the call for nationally-televised broadcasts of Big East basketball this year. We welcome John back to the show as a four-time guest. John tells us the stories of his favorite basketball moments this year, including breaking the news of Jay Wright's retirement and calling games with legendary analyst Bill Raftery. We discuss Cleveland sports, the DeShaun Watson & Baker Mayfield saga, and the NBA's problem with effort. Fun fact: John also holds the record for most beers consumed in an episode, but sadly that record was not touched today.
Thank you again, and cheers to Year Two and thank you again!