Episode 1- Carlton Zeus 05/01/17
In this episode, local news focuses on the San Antonio mayoral election, top schools in the city, and a special fiesta event that brings in 500,000 people every year. The Spurs update focuses on the matchup ahead with The Houston Rockets. Then we go live at Mad Pecker Brewing Co. with a conversation with local legend and hip-hop artist, Carlton Zeus. We close the episode with an event calendar for the week to come.
EPISODE 2- BRIGHT LIKE THE SUN 05/15/17
In this episode, we chat about the millennial "movement", the future of The Alamo, and the bill known as HB2107 aka the future of medical marijuana in Texas. Then, we sit down with San Antonio's favorite instrumental shoegaze band, Bright Like the Sun. Is this adios forever? San Antonio Beer Week kicks off Monday, May 15th. Are you thirsty?
episode 3 - chef geronimo lopez (botika) 05/29/17
In this episode, we talk about the stability of the new SAPD recruiting class, a wild night for a district 2 councilman, and the beginning of tubing season for Texans abroad. We also sit down with Geronimo Lopez, the executive chef at Botika. To cure your summertime blues, we conclude with a fantastic calendar for the week to come. Happy Memorial Day! Music is provided by The Rich Hands.
EPISODE 4- JOSH GLENN 07/18/17
In this episode, we talk some local news about how the "can ban" on the river is going to effect your summer, free week at Tigre de Papel (Paper Tiger), and the impact Beto O'Rourke is having on Texas politics. We also sit down with singer/songwriter Josh Glenn at Alchemy Kombucha and Culture. This episode also includes craft beer reviews of some of San Antonio's finest. Then stay tuned for a song/band review that will get your booty movin'. We then wrap it up with an event calendar for the rest of the week to come! Enjoy! Music provided by Josh Glenn and Booty Feet.
Episode 5-Nicholas Long (Lonely Horse)
In this episode, we talk local news and how the “alt-right” movement is closer than we think. We also have a sit-down interview at Chisme with local living legend, musician, singer, guitarist, songwriter, Nick Long of the locally popular band, Lonely Hour. Cheers for Local Beers is also back with another episode showcasing some of the best craft beers San Antonio has to offer. We top it all off with an event calendar for the week to come. Special thanks to Nick Long of Lonely Horse, True Indigo, Chisme, and Big Hops The Bridge.
Photography by 9001 Productions
SEASON 2- EPISODE 1- EZRA HURD (IMAGINE BOOKS AND RECORDS) 10/16/17
In this episode, Kloe and Alex discuss the relief impact that Tim Duncan has had on the U.S. Virgin Islands. In our main interview segment, we sit down with local entrepreneur, Ezra Hurd from Imagine Books and Records and discuss the present and future local band scene. It's also time for another episode of Cheers for Local Beers! We finish off the new season with an awesome event calendar for the week! Music is provided by Volcan.
SEASON 2- EPISODE 2 ALEJANDRO PEREZ (JANDRO'S) 11/10/17
In this episode, Kloe and Alex discuss local news including the importance of a contemporary festival like Luminaria which starts November 10th. We also sit down with local business owner of Jandro's Garden Patio, Alejandro Perez to discuss the significance of the St. Mary's Strip and what the future holds for both his business and the surrounding area. Then we got to Big Hops The Bridge for another episode of Cheers for Local Beers with "special" guest Aaron Mendiola aka Beer Metal Dude. We then close this episode out with an event calendar for this weekend. Music in this episode is provided by Levees. Thanks for listening and enjoy!
SEASON 2- EPISODE 3 MICHAEL CARRILLO AKA MIKEY VIBE (VENTURA, DEER VIBES, MICHAEL J & THE FOXES)
In this episode, Kloe and Alex discuss the importance of reversing the pollution problem here in San Antonio. We also have a sit down interview with local legend Michael Carrillo aka Mikey Vibe from Ventura, Deer Vibes, and other ventures. We then bring you another episode of Cheers for Local Beers with FLOOD Distribution Rep, Nathan Martinez and his take on Mad Pecker Beers. To wrap up this episode, we have a jam packed event calendar that will hopefully make you rock your socks off! Music is provided by Deer Vibes and Michael J & The Foxes.
SEASON 2-EPISODE 4 RENE VILLANUEVA
(IDYLL GREEN/ HACIENDA)
In this episode, Kloe and Alex sit down and discuss the anti-Texas halftime show that the Stanford band delivered at this year's Alamo Bowl plus Brad Pitt, Spurs fan? We also sit down and have some delicious beers with Jackie Romero from Girls Pint Out in another edition of Cheers for Local Beers. To conclude this episode, we have a great conversation with San Antonio/ Boerne transplant, Rene Villanueva from Idyll Green and Hacienda fame. And who knows, maybe Dave Terry stops by? Music in this episode is provided by Ernest Gonzales.
SEASON 2- EPISODE 5
CHRIS CULLUM (CULLUM'S ATTABOY AND ATTAGIRL)/
BIG HOPS SHAENFIELD GRAND OPENING
In this episode, Kloe and Alex talk about Julian Castro's run for the 2020 presidential election and the importance of medical marijuana in the great state of Texas. We also have a sit down interview with Chris Cullum from Cullum's Attaboy and Attagirl Chicken Shack. We then go to Big Hops Shaenfield for another episode of Cheers for Local Beers with new owners, Chris Cooke, Brian Orosco, and Big Hops legend and founder, Rob Martindale. Music is provided by Pop Pistol.
SEASON 2- EPISODE 6 PART 1
CHAD CAREY (BARBARO, HOT JOY, CHISME, AND
This is a two part episode! The first part of the episode includes local news with Kloe and Alex. We then go to Barbaro to have a sit down interview with local restaurant and business owner, Mr. Chad Carey. Music included in both episode parts is provided by Mr. Garrett T. Capps.
SEASON 2- EPISODE 6 PART 2
TJ AND HOLLAND OF RANGER CREEK
BREWING AND DISTILLERY
Part 2! In the second part of Episode 6, we head to the north side of San Antonio to drink some GREAT local craft beer with TJ and Holland from Ranger Creek Brewing and Distillery for another addition of Cheers for Local Beers! Music in the second part is also provided by Garrett T. Capps.
season 2 - episode 7
diego bernal/KUNSTLER BREWING
This is our fiesta episode which means this episode is filled to the max with San Antonio flavor. In this episode, Kloe and Alex discuss the mayor's new plan for public transit, San Antonio's big green success, and how much San Antonians actually spend on alcohol. We then have a special edition fiesta calendar from the sisters of Let's Binge. We then go to Con Safos Cocina y Cantina for a sitdown interview with our State Representative, Diego Bernal to chat about where this city has been and where it is going. To close out this jam packed episode, Rey and Alex head to Kunstler Brewing to try some of San Antonio's best beers with owners, Brent and Vera Deckard for another edition of Cheers for Local Beers. Music this week is provided by who else? Diego Bernal.
SEASON 3- EPISODE 1
THE LAST BANDOLEROS/
SOUTHERLEIGH BREWING COMPANY
Can you guys believe it? Season 3- Episode 1 is finally here! And its our biggest season so far. In this episode, Kloe and Alex talk about how a new international corporation coming to town will bring in hundreds of millions of dollars into the city's economy, the revealing of the pride rainbow crosswalk, and will The Spurs biggest asset leave San Antonio? We then go to Floores Country Store out in Helotes, TX for a great interview with San Antonio's big band on the rise, The Last Bandoleros to talk about their past, present, and future endeavors. Rey and Alex then go to Southerleigh Brewing Company and sit down with Head Brewer, Les Locke for another edition of Cheers for Local Beers. Music is provided by The Last Bandoleros. Make sure to check them out on all streaming services! Cheers!
SEASON 3-EPISODE 2
RAY "TATTOED BOY" SCARBOROUGH
ROAD MAP BREWING CO.
In this episode, Kloe and Alex discuss what The San Antonio Food Bank is going for kids this summer, the conclusion to The San Antonio Spurs trade drama, and things you should never say to a San Antonian. After our new segment, we head to Mad Pecker Brewing for an interview with San Antonian artist, Ray "Tattooed Boy" Scarborough to talk all things San Antonio! To end this episode, we head to Road Map Brewing to get a sneak peek of what Dustin and Hannah Baker have in store for the local craft beer scene. Music is provided by D.T. Buffkin. His new album, Saturday Night, Sunday Morning is out now. Hope you guys enjoy!
SEASON 3- EPISODE 3
JASON DADY/ VOLCAN
CACTUSLAND BREWING CO.
In this episode, Kloe and Alex discuss how city council plans to regulate the recent trend of electric scooters in the Alamo city and as one San Antonio Spur decides to call it quits, a new one is making a splash around the NBA. We then meet up with Chef and Restaurateur, Jason Dady about the importance of having a diverse San Antonio food culture. After talking with Chef Dady, we head to Big Hops The Bride to meet up with the guys from Volcan to talk about their upcoming single release show. We also include a sneak peek of their new single, Bim Bom Ba later in this episode. To close this episode out, we head to Adkins, TX to visit Dustin and Erica Teague at Cactusland Brewing Co. for another edition of Cheers for Local Beers, Music is provided by Volcan.
SEASON 3-EPISODE 4 DANNY DELGADO/KUNSTLER BREWING
In this episode, Kloe and Alex talk about San Antonio being the first city in Texas to raise the tobacco buying age, how Texas ranks dead last in voter participation, and last but not lease, we talk about San Antonio's perfect score on the municipal quality index. We then head to Faust Tavern to talk to Danny Delgado, owner and operator of such San Antonio classics like Hi-Tones, Con Safos, Faust, and many more to talk about the past, present, and future of San Antonio. To wrap up the episode, James, Jackie, and Alex head back to Kunstler Brewing to chat with Vera Deckard about all things beer and about the impact that San Antonio had on this year's Great American Beer Festival in Colorado. Music is provided by Stegosaur. Their new album, What The Fever Left is out now!
SeASON 3- EPISODE 5 JOSH HUSKIN/
RANDY WARD-HIGH WHEEL BREWING
In this episode, Kloe and Alex discuss the importance of decreasing air pollution by turning off your idle vehicle, the departure of Scott Metzger from Freetail Brewing, and will Beto O'Rourke run for office again in the near future? We then head to head quarters for one of San Antonio's most captivating and intriguing photographers, Mr. Josh Huskin, to talk about the art of capturing a memorable photo and more. To conclude this episode, Jackie and Alex head to High Wheel Beer Works inside Dorcol to chat with head brewer, Randy Ward about planes, trains, and alcohol. Well, maybe not planes but you do hear a lot of trains, and we drink a ton of good beer. Music this week is provided by St. Dukes. Their EP, 58 is out on Spotify and other streaming platforms NOW! Thanks for listening!
season 3- episode 6
live at ventura
Our first live show of I F**KING LOVE SAN ANTONIO took place at Ventura in San Antonio, TX on January 24th, 2019. In this episode, Kloe and Alex discuss will Gregg Popovich be back for another season? Does our city have a border wall? And will the next president of The United States be from San Antonio? After the news, you know what time it is! It's time for Cheers for Local Beers. Jackie and Alex got to sit down with some of San Antonio's best brewers from Southerleigh, Kunstler, Roadmap, and Islla St. Brewing. A special thanks to the bands, Demon Sweat, True Indigo, and The Holy Knives for the great tunes that night. Also a special thank you to Cullum's Attagirl for the amazing eats, Jeremy Banas for the trivia on San Antonio beer history, and Angel Rodarte for the awesome visuals that evening. We hope you guys enjoy!
bexar sounds w/ nothing chief
live at kunstler
From open mics in dingy bars in 2009 to the last EP, Death to our Death, Nick Long’s music had an impact on every listener that has come across Lonely Horse and Nothing Chief. By being a part of this eclectic music community, Nick was able to let his beautiful locks down and do what he was meant to do: Groove. Through all the trials and tribulations that are life, Nick put his heart and soul into his craft which he shared with us at Kunstler Brewing.