In the last episode of our first season we reflect on our favorite beers this season while discussing, what we have planned for the future, thanking our listeners, and a very special episode of Archer.
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Episode 10: Review
Welcome to 3 Beers In.
Welcome new listeners and to returning listeners, thanks for giving us a second chance.
I’m Ross and tonight for your listening pleasure we have Tony, Clint, Cutter, and Joel.
So tonight we have something different planned.
Every 10 episodes we want to take a look back at what we’ve had these past 9 episodes and pick our personal favorites.
But we’re all thirsty so let’s go ahead and crack these open.
1) Rentsch Weizenbock
2) Hops and Grain Porter Culture
Easy drinking for a porter
3) Friends and Allies Fresh Coast IPA
Hoppy without being too much
4) Blue Owl Van Dayum! Sour Red Ale
Thin. Little taste. Not much sour.
Wanted more beer or more fruit.
Prefer Berliner Weisse
5) No Label Elda M Milk Stout
Not a stout fan. Did not make me a fan.
Looking for something smooth and creamy but it was just overly bitter.
6) Live Oak Big Bark Vienna Lager
Colorado River, Aiirport
Smooth, easy to drink
Toasty malts and low hops.
A delicious beer
7) Adelbert’s Dancin’ Monks Dubbel
Hard to drink on a full stomach
Filling. A little boozy.
Better on draft.
8) Celis White Witbeir
Easy Drinking, light
Hints of orange
9) Whitestone Konverter Kolsch
Crisp and light
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