3 Beers In

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Summary

In this episode we tried our first selections from Craft Beer Club.
We sampled Nut Crusher a peanut butter porter and Electrifly IPA from Wild Ride Brew and Roly Poly Pils and Special Ale, an amber, from River Horse Brewing. And because we needed help drinking we invited Amy of Amy Rain music to join us and talk about pond water, candy shops, and bottles versus cans while forgetting to talk about music.
So find out what Clint thinks of this IPA, what flavors Cutter picks up after reading the bottle, and much more when we open our first box from Craftbeerclub.com.
 
Music for the show:
Evil Eye/ The Stranger Rides Tonight by Daddy Long Legs is under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 License.
 
Bottle of Beer by simon_mathewson is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike License.

Show Notes

In this episode we tried our first selections from Craft Beer Club.

We sampled Nut Crusher a peanut butter porter and Electrifly IPA from Wild Ride Brew and Roly Poly Pils and Special Ale, an amber, from River Horse Brewing. And because we needed help drinking we invited Amy of Amy Rain music to join us and talk about pond water, candy shops, and bottles versus cans while forgetting to talk about music.

So find out what Clint thinks of this IPA, what flavors Cutter picks up after reading the bottle, and much more when we open our first box from Craftbeerclub.com.

 

Music for the show:

Evil Eye/ The Stranger Rides Tonight by Daddy Long Legs is under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 License.

 

Bottle of Beer by simon_mathewson is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike License.

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What is 3 Beers In?

A podcast no one asked for; a podcast you never knew you didn’t want. A podcast where friends try to review local Texas beers in between roastings.