Dino enters the Twilight Zone when liquor lawyer, Alex Hastie, explains the hard to fathom period in American history…prohibition. What’s more, Dino finds out that Ohio might be to blame for prohibition.
Radio personality, Mark Blazor, is Dino’s guest to kick off the new year. They “scotch up” with Blazor’s radio bookends and the interesting stuff in-between.
The conclusion of the special Whiskey Business holiday two-parter. Dino and Johnny Diloretto watch, drink and talk about the holiday classic movie, “It’s A Wonderful Life.”
It’s a special Whiskey Business holiday two-parter as Dino and Johnny Diloretto watch, drink and talk about the holiday classic movie, “It’s A Wonderful Life.”
Dino chats with Dame Hall of Fame inductee and craft cocktail pioneer Cris Dehlavi.
Dino spends some time with Torg from QFM 96 and tries to find the softer side of the opinionated, abrasive radio host…and fails.
Attorney Bill Mattes digs into Dino’s college years and finds out more than he bargained for. The two also dig into a bottle of Basil Hayden’s Dark Rye.
Dino sits down once again with Alex Hastie to talk about the most successful bootlegger to come out of Ohio, George Remus.
The ghost stories continue in this episode as Jodi Frisby from Studio 35 talks about her encounters with a spirit…
Dino sits down with Chip Kocel and Tim Feran as they share their encounters with the supernatural.