Show 219 — The Soundtrack of Our Lives

What kind of music takes you back to another time in your life? Is it that hard rock band that you couldn’t get enough of? Or, how about that twangy country music that makes most people want to ride a mechanical bull? No matter what your style of music was, did it stay your preferred music? Does it still solicit the same response and recall? The Beer Dads talk about the music that has meant so much to them over the course of their lives and how or if it may have changed over the years.

The Beer Dads recorded this episode in The Less Desirables Studios in The Lab at Industry Hill!

The Beers of the week are That Fish Cray from Fiddlin’ Fish and Strike Fire from Wise Man.

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