Christmas in Connecticut, White Christmas and Straffe Hendrik Quadrupel by De Halve Maan

Tis the season for holiday movies, right? While everyone is dusting off their copies of “A Christmas Story” and that awful Jim Carrey “Grinch” movie, we’ve decided to watch some old holiday movies we’ve never seen before.

In this podcast, we are talking about 1945’s “Christmas in Connecticut” and 1954’s “White Christmas,” while drinking Straffe Hendrik Quadrupel by De Halve Maan in Belgium.

Our Christmas Village is growing. Check out our newest building, an old movie theater. The perfect pairing for our brewery. And yes, we know we are complete dorks.

Our Christmas Village is growing. Check out our newest building, an old movie theater. It’s the perfect companion for our brewery. And yes, we know we are complete dorks.

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Christmas In Connecticut (1945)

White Christmas (1954)

If you are really feeling the holiday spirit, and want to hear us talk about even more holiday movies, check out last year’s holiday-themed podcast about “The Bishop’s Wife” and “The Man Who Came To Dinner.”

All Six “Thin Man” Movies and Waterloo Double 8 Dark

(The podcast is available on iTunes, too.)

Cheers! In this podcast we’re talking about all six of “The Thin Man” movies.

It is our New Year’s Eve tradition to watch “The Thin Man” movies. Well, not all six of them. We can barely stay up to midnight, let alone sit through six movies in an evening. On New Year’s Eve, David prepares a fancy meal (this year it was Beef Bourguignon – yum), and we watch at least the first “Thin Man,” possibly “After the Thin Man,” too.