Welcome to episode 30 of The Beer Metal Show Podcast. This episode is called Craft Beer Fucking Craft Beer. I sat down with John Stecker, owner of 4th Tap Brewing Company out of Austin, TX. We had a nice little chat about the brewery, and drank 4 of their offerings. I met up with him at Stella Public House here in San Antonio while he was there hosting a 4th Tap event. It was a great night. Enjoy our conversation.
The featured band on this episode is the old school Death/Trash Metal band, CANCER.
Host: Aaron "The BeerMetalDude" Mendiola
Download: ep.30 Craft Beer Fucking Craft Beer
313 MB | 02:17:01 | Explicit Fucking Language
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The breweries as well deserve your support as they are also very hard working people who provide us with their tasty beverages.
Featured Brewery: https://www.4thtap.coop
Featured band: https://www.facebook.com/goryend
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