3 Beers In

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Summary

In this episode we welcome Chance for another night of tasting. We all drink Shamus the Fiddler, an Irish red ale from Hi Sign Brewing. While drinking we talk about step mothers, Mario Tennis, potatoes, and BAYK podcast (legends!).

The Cool Guys in this episode are Clint, Chance, Cutter, Joel, and Ross.

Show Notes



In this episode we welcome Chance for another night of tasting. We all drink Shamus the Fiddler, an Irish red ale from Hi Sign Brewing. While drinking we talk about step mothers, Mario Tennis, potatoes, and BAYK podcast (legends!).

The Cool Guys in this episode are Clint, Chance, Cutter, Joel, and Ross.


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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.