BeerMetalShow 37 | Serial Drinker

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Welcome to episode 37, Serial Drinker! On this episode I drank and dissected Craft Beers from Big River Brewery, Lakewood Brewing Company, Shannon Brewing Company and True Vine Brewing Company. As I usually do, the episode’s title is a play on words to a Metal song. In this case, the song is Serial Killer by one of my all time favorite bands, MACABRE. This was a very fun episode to put together. All the beers were excellent, and I really think the songs played on this one are fuckin’ bad ass. I really hope you all enjoy episode 37. 

 Host: Aaron “The BeerMetalDude” Mendiola

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256 MB | 01:52:11 | Explicit Fucking Language

As always, please support the bands featured on our show. They deserve all the support from every single one of you! We use music on our show to showcase and promote all the bands featured.

The breweries as well deserve your support as they are also very hard working people who provide us with their tasty beverages.

Intro written & performed by Bloodsoaked
Mixed & Mastered at Chernobyl Studios

Featured Breweries: Big River | Lakewood | Shannon | True Vine

Featured Band: MACABRE
Featured Songs: Serial Killer | Mr. Albert Fish (Was Children your Favorite Dish) | Son of Sam | Exhumer | Holidays of Horror | Dr. Holmes (He Stripped their Bones) | Vampire of Dusseldorf | What’s that Smell? | Night Stalker | Jeffrey Dahmer and the Chocolate Factory | Coming to Chicago | Grandmother’s House | Do the Dahmer | You’re Dying to be with Me | Poison | Diary of Torture | Mary Ann | Lizzy Borden | The Black Night
Metal Connections: BORKNAGAR – Cold Runs the River | CELTIC FROST – Mexican Radio | BENIGHTED – Grind Wit | BURIAL VAULT – Sanctimonious

The Beer Metal Show Pentagram logo drawn by Ryan Cronin

The Beer Metal Show band logo drawn by Jon Zig

#MetalHeadsLoveCraftBeer #HornsUpPintsUp

 

I.C.F.T.C. Mini Episode5

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Welcome to episode 5 of my mini episodes, which I call “It Came from the Cellar.” On these mini episodes, I will be reviewing a beer which I have held in my cellar for years. These episodes will be small with just one beer, and one Metal Connection song. I will be focusing on more up to date beers on my main podcast, The Beer Metal Show. On this episode I reviewed Infinite Wishes from 2016, a Bourbon Barrel Aged Imperial Stout by Smog City Brewing Company out of Torrance, CA. Thank you for tuning in.

Host: Aaron “The BeerMetalDude” Mendiola

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Download: I.C.F.T.C. ep5

35.4 MB | 00:15:28 | Explicit Fucking Language

As always, please support the bands featured on our show. They deserve all the support from every single one of you! We use music on our show to showcase and promote all the bands featured.

The breweries as well deserve your support as they are also very hard working people who provide us with their tasty beverages.

Featured Brewery: Smog City Brewing Company

Featured Band: Bloody Hammers

#MetalHeadsLoveCraftBeer #HornsUpPintsUp

BeerMetalShow 36(66) | Swamped in Beer

Welcome to episode 36, Swamped in Beer! On this episode I drank and dissected Craft Beers from Nine Band Brewing Company, Jester King Brewery, Independence Brewing Company and Martin House Brewing Company. As I usually do, the episode’s title is a play on words to a Metal song. In this case, the song is Swamped in Gore by the Brutal Death Metal band, Broken Hope. This was a very fun episode to put together. All the beers were excellent, and I really think the songs played on this one are fuckin’ bad ass. I really hope you all enjoy episode 36.

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I.C.F.T.C. Mini Episode 4

Welcome to episode 4 of my mini episodes, which I call “It Came from the Cellar.” On these mini episodes, I will be reviewing a beer which I have held in my cellar for years. These episodes will be small with just one beer, and one Metal Connection song. I will be focusing on more up to date beers on my main podcast, The Beer Metal Show. On this episode I reviewed Ten Paces from 2017, an American Wild Ale brewed with huckleberries by Odell Brewing Company out of Fort Collins, CO. Thank you for tuning in.

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BeerMetalShow 35 | Desolate Path to Apocalyptic Craft Beer

Welcome to episode 35, Desolate Path to Apocalyptic Craft Beer! On this episode I drank and dissected 4 Craft Beers from Saint Arnold Brewing Company, Lakewood Brewing Company, Hop & Sting Brewing Company and Künstler Brewing.As I usually do, the episode’s title is a play on words to a Metal song. In this case, the song is Desolate Path to Apocalyptic Craft Beer by the Black/Death/Thrash Metal band, Goatwhore. This was a very fun episode to put together. All the beers were excellent, and I really think the songs played on this one are fuckin’ bad ass. I really hope you all enjoy episode 35.

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I.C.F.T.C. Mini Episode 3

Welcome to episode 3 of my mini episodes, which I call “It Came from the Cellar.” On these mini episodes, I will be reviewing a beer which I have held in my cellar for years. These episodes will be small with just one beer, and one Metal Connection song. I will be focusing on more up to date beers on my main podcast, The Beer Metal Show. On this episode I reviewed The Order, a Belgian Strong Dark Ale brewed with dates, candi sugar and coriander from 2016 by The Bruery from Orange County, CA. Thank you for tuning in.

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