Not only does the title of this compilation out of 12XU records beckon you to bring tasty libations, but it is quite tasty too. Brewed from the finest ingredients out of the underground Austin punk and rock scene, “Bring Beer” also highlights some out of towners too. This hoppy LP was released on Record Store Day and all sales profits go to Trailer Space. This is a for profit record store which has come to be known as a “community resource” for many Austin artists featured on this release and also for music-seeking Austin dwellers. Yes, and the record cover is the actual sign that displays out in front of the store. Dive into the rhythmic drumming of Rhett and Dean’s “Tales of a Brave Cherokee” or shoegaze upon the only female vocal track from artist Carolee. The band Naw Dude brings the hardcore punk and Phillip Sambol slows it down with “Everybody Moves You”. My ears can’t wait to hear this on KFJC and I think there is something for everyone on this savory release.