Episode 51: The Natural by Bernard Malamud at Mikkeller NYC

For our second baseball episode, the Drunk Guys again visit Mikkeller NYC and discuss The Natural by Bernard Malamud.  While discussing fucking corpulent GILFS, eating yourself to death and a little bit of baseball, we drink a variety of fresh Mikkeller NYC brews and a few rare Mikkeller EU cellared

Publish Date: 7/3/2018




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