3 Beers In

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Summary

One night we decided to do a lot of recording. This was one of those episodes.

We tried Can You Dig It Amber Ale from 4th Tap Brewing Co-Op. We talk about 4th Tap, the Five-8, Celis's bankruptcy, and Joel says watered-down a lot when he means light-bodied.
And we discuss the similarities between ambers, browns, reds, and pale ales.
And Cutter spills his beer everywhere but you won't hear that.

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

Show Notes



One night we decided to do a lot of recording. This was one of those episodes.

We tried Can You Dig It Amber Ale from 4th Tap Brewing Co-Op. We talk about 4th Tap, the Five-8, Celis's bankruptcy, and Joel says watered-down a lot when he means light-bodied.  
And we discuss the similarities between ambers, browns, reds, and pale ales.
And Cutter spills his beer everywhere but you won't hear that. 

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.