Draft Mechanic Episode #13: Shakespeare, Between Two Cities, Monikers, & Beer Festivals
This episode we take a look at recent plays of two very different games that will accommodate your large group: Between Two Cities and Monikers. We put Shakespeare on tap and give you four delicious brews to celebrate the bard and his characters. We also serve up a quick overview of the beer stats we use in our on tap segments. We round it out with a discussion of what makes a beer festival really shine.
Between Two Cities
2015, Stonemaier Games. 1-7 players. 20 minutes.
Designers: Matthew O’Malley, Morten Pedersen, Ben Rosset
2015, Palm Court/Self-published. 4-20 players. 30-60 minutes.
Designers: Alex Hague & Justin Vickers; based on pub domain game ‘Celebrity.’
2015, Ystari Games. 1-4 players. 20-90 minutes.
Designers: Hervé Rigal
- New Holland “The Poet” oatmeal stout. Holland, MI.
5.2% ABV, 37 IBU. Six packs, 12oz.
Rich, roasty, oaty, and sweet.
- North Coast “Puck, the Beer” Petite saison.
4.0% ABV, 27 IBU. Four-pack 12oz.
Named after the woodland spirit believed to help or hinder brewing in medieval times!
- Omnipollo “Bianca” Mango lassi gose. Stockholm, Sweden.
6.0% ABV, 22oz bomber.
Gose brewed with rock salt, lactose, and mango purée. A mango lassi gose that is fruity but still salty.
- Rogue Ales & Spirits “Shakespeare” Oatmeal stout. Newport, OR.
5.7% ABV, 60 IBU. 12oz bottles.
Chocolate malts, earthy and bitter but mellow and smooth.
01:00 In the news!
06:00 Splendor on iOS
10:14 Between Two Cities
22:27 About beer stats
28:09 On Tap: Shakespeare
46:00 Beer Festival Wishlist