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#150 – Creature Comforts Mutualism and Stonerider

Episode Summary

It took us an extra week and a wasted episode, but we're here with episode of our lord one hundred and fifty and it is a good'n. Who's your favorite recurring guest? If you said anyone other than [Blake](http://www.creaturecomfortsbeer.com/family/), well ... I guess, go back to episode one and start over. He's been with us before ([20](http://1beer1song.com/2012/10/02/20-cisco-brewers-lady-of-the-woods-and-hydra-head-records/), [99](http://1beer1song.com/2014/12/09/99-creature-comforts-athenatropicalia-graveyard/), [100](http://1beer1song.com/2014/12/16/100-creature-comforts-southerly-love-koko-buni-one-direction/)), and we love having him on because we can just lean on him for intelligent, coherent information about beer, as opposed to ... you know. Blake was nice enough to bring us some samples of Creature Comforts' soon-to-be-released [Mutualism](http://www.creaturecomfortsbeer.com/brewery-blog/2016/6/30/mutualism). It's set to be available at the brewery as a to-go souvenir tour option starting July 14th, but we got to enjoy it early because we are elite beer journalists. It tastes like LISTEN TO THE EPISODE. Blake also brought a song from local Atlanta rockers [Stonerider](http://stoneriderband.com/) who released a new album called [Hologram](http://stonerider.bandcamp.com/) a couple months ago. We listen to "Elevator Operator," and it is very good, but I'll just tell you it is very long. Russ said that Stonerider sounds like "Emerson, Hall, & Oates" and he wasn't trying to be funny or ironic because Russ. Alright, get in there.

Episode Notes

Creature Comforts - Mutualism

It took us an extra week and a wasted episode, but we’re here with episode of our lord one hundred and fifty and it is a good’n.

Who’s your favorite recurring guest? If you said anyone other than Blake, well … I guess, go back to episode one and start over. He’s been with us before (20, 99, 100), and we love having him on because we can just lean on him for intelligent, coherent information about beer, as opposed to … you know.

Blake was nice enough to bring us some samples of Creature Comforts’ soon-to-be-released Mutualism. It’s set to be available at the brewery as a to-go souvenir tour option starting July 14th, but we got to enjoy it early because we are elite beer journalists. It tastes like LISTEN TO THE EPISODE.

Blake also brought a song from local Atlanta rockers Stonerider who released a new album called Hologram a couple months ago. We listen to “Elevator Operator,” and it is very good, but I’ll just tell you it is very long. Russ said that Stonerider sounds like “Emerson, Hall, & Oates” and he wasn’t trying to be funny or ironic because Russ.

Alright, get in there.

Stonerider - Hologram

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