Welcome to episode 34, Matando Craft Beer! On this episode I drank and dissected 4 Craft Beers from 2 San Antonio, TX breweries. I featured 2 beers from Weathered Souls Brewing, and 2 beers from Islla Street Brewing. As I usually do, the episode's title is a play on words to a Metal song. In this case, the song is Matando Gueros by the Death Metal/Grindcore Supergroup known as BRUJERIA. Trust me, if I could have, I would have named this episode The Hood Rat Snack episode. You'll see why. I attempted to speak Spanish on this episode and it was damn funny! Please don't judge me too hard! One of these beers on this episode is a Hazy New England IPA, and yes, I actually enjoyed it. I really hope you enjoy this show. Cheers!
Host: Aaron "The BeerMetalDude" Mendiola
209 MB | 01:31:19 | Explicit Fucking Language
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