Podcast #69 – A Tale of Two Ski Films!


The Bums are back and we just went to the premier screening of Warren Miller’s 67th film – “Here, There and Everywhere.” We also just had a private screening of Tanner Hall’s “Ring the Alarm,” so we’re here to give you a synopsis about these two different, but awesome ski movies.

Aprés Today

  • Mario: Citrus Limbo IPA, Longtrail, VT & Magic Rock

    IPA infused with Grapefruit and Tangerine, 7.6% ABV

    Forbidden fruit is within reach in this grapefruit and tangerine infused take on our mouthwatering Limbo IPA. Dry-hopped with Galaxy and Mosaic hops for an added citrus punch.

     

  • Brian: Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Ale, New Belgium, CO and Ben & Jerry, VT

    , 6% ABV

    To craft this confection, we dove into our favorite chocolate chip cookie recipes for inspiration, and then whipped hefty doses of chocolate, brown sugar and vanilla into a dough-hued blonde ale base. The result is a full-bodied beer that seduces with a perfect balance of vanilla and chocolate, and finishes with just the right amount of sweetness. Put down the spoon, pick up a pint.

Ski News

Main Topic - It's Movie Time ! !

It it is time to get out and watch those wonderful ski and board films that get us all psyched up for the upcomming season. The weather is changing, Halloween is over, we're ready to turn the clocks so it’s time to get excited.

  • WARREN MILLER’S HERE, THERE & EVERYWHERE

    Featured Locations

    Squaw Valley, CA

    Crested Butte, CO

    Deer Valley, UT

    Montana

    Switzerland

    Kicking Horse Mountain Resort

    Cordova, AK

    Greenland

    Boston’s Fenway Park

    Steamboat Springs, CO

     

  • Tanner Hall, Ring The Alarm

    Skiing legend Tanner Hall is back with his long awaited ski film Ring The Alarm. For the last 2 years Tanner and his friends shredded their all-time favorite ski zones in North America and sent all the footie to long-time filmmaking collaborator Shane Nelson. (Pop Yer Bootlez! 2005, Like A Lion 2010)

    Tanner and Shane spent the last 2 summers editing over 11 hours of footage down to just 38 minutes of the absolute best shots. The Ring The Alarm soundtrack features the illest underground hip-hop remixes from DJ Thomax original orchestral score by Justin Pierre and Matt Taylor and Tanner’s favorite dancehall tracks from Randy Valentine , Cali P and others.

     

Under the Ropes





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