As a power trio of bass, drums, and guitar, the 24 Hour Church of Beer recorded their first album "mmm....Medinciney".
Next came the album "Bottle Drive" but the recording of a third project in 2000 spelled the end, and it seemed the Church would die out like some obscure sect with few devotees.
Yet salvation loomed suddenly in sight with the appearance of the Mutha Superior in 2003, and a new era began. The newly invigorated Church of Beer wrote, rehearsed, and played like mad.
After recording "The Incredible Impolitness of Being..." in 2006, 24-HOUR Church of Beer signed a deal with Seattle based Vagrant Records. This was followed up with "Sacrelicious" in 2008, recorded with Jack Endino and Lari Peterson.