3 Beers In

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Summary

One night we decided to try something new and something old.

So we try Remedio, a southwest wit featuring sage and Texas lavender from Hop & Sting Brewing. While we drink we talk about soap, diabetes, American Gods, gruit, and Clint gets amped up thinking about children having more than one crayon.
And remember, you should always ask what's in Cutter's food.

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

Show Notes



One night we decided to try something new and something old.

So we try Remedio, a southwest wit featuring sage and Texas lavender from Hop & Sting Brewing. While we drink we talk about soap, diabetes, American Gods, gruit, and Clint gets amped up thinking about children having more than one crayon.
And remember, you should always ask what's in Cutter's food.


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


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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.