It’s a tasty brown ale with a celebratory little blues looper jam:
Hey glad to see you back at it Clint, really sweet jam had a nice listen and thanks for sharing!
Wow, Clint, as much as I liked that performance, that was BLUES to bring ya down. Well done.
That was very tasty, Clint but how did you find the homebrew? As tasty as the playing, I hope.
Chilled vibe, Clint, slipped down as well as the ale must’ve done. Loved the tones, both BT and lead, laid back licks, lots of breathing room, smooth movement between a few different positions, and loved the outro with the left hand as the right went back for the ale. Rock on!
Hi Clint, I’ve missed you recently. A tasty brew indeed. I caught a hint of Hank Marvin and the Shadows in there perhaps? Lovely stuff.
Are you making your own bottle labels now too?
Nice playing, hope the beer was good. I brew my own too, kegged another today should be ready soon.
Thanks all for giving this a listen and for the kind words. I’ve been spread pretty thin --so my online activity has been a bit low. You know how @JustinGuitar is never around? I too am out and about doing other things, it doesn’t mean that you are not loved.
I set up a portable amp in the living room, so maybe I will crank out more tracks in the future. Hard to say. I hope to continue assaulting everyone’s senses, It’s the least I can do.
That said, beer was a natural progression from the other fermentations that I have been doing for years. Small batches, and tasty results. Cheers until the next time!
EDIT: OK, the loop in the background is an E, F#, G, F#, E bass line on the guitar. Break it down to a single beat per bar and you get “Billy Jean.” Go ahead, try it. Change it up a smidge to a few more thumps and you get what I just did. Play on playas!
Hello and welcome to Guitarbrewtalk where we ask the age old question, "Does homebrew make you a better guitar player?’ I say if you drink responsibly it can help inspire. whatcha got going?
Aside from the Caribou Slobber, I have some Hefeweizen bottle conditioning (took an early sample and it was good). I have a BIAB SMaSH in the fermenter, needs a few more days before I bottle. Lastly I have an IPA from kit fermenting, which is still bubbling away. The SMaSH was real beer brewing and where my focus will be in the future if the beer comes out nice.
Hey Clint, I caught this when it dropped and enjoyed it then, even if I didn’t comment.
Just had another listen and it seems to have matured some more
Nice and mellow with a strong body and a hint of… nuts?!?
Hope that was vegan Caribou you were using
I used to do a lot of home brew in my college years but mainly wine kits just to save money. In my heyday I could have 15 gallons brewing simultaneously.
Just picked up two bags of stinking used hops from the local brewery for the missus’ compost heap
Good to hear you again though
Mine is a Fat Tire Clone (I named Fat a& Tired), I brew with allgrain, have done for the last 12 years. Kegging is definitely way less effort than bottling. Although not as visible when you need to brew more, I had to buy beer recently to see me through the drought. When I started there was very little craft brewing around, so it was the only way to get decent beer. Now there is so much craft beer around, it is less of a need. I can make English beer clones, which not many people do.
Glad to see you back. I always enjoy your great guitar playing. Enjoy your beer.
Great lead and I love the guitar tone. It reminds me of something from the 60s.
Chilled as always Clint!!
Love your style, sounds awsome and the sound signature is yours. Almost pretty sure i could have picked it out as you without knowing it was your AVOYP
Keep em comin!!