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Category Archives: Beer

Hatebreed’s “Live For This Lager” now available

Posted by on December 9, 2020

  Hatebreed recently released their new beer, “Live For This Lager,” and it’s now available to be shipped to 29 states with the help of Half Time Beverage. Several purchasing options are available, as well as exclusive bundles, including Hatebreed bandanas and signed laminates. Drummer Matt Byrne encourages us to stay positive during this terrible year […]

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Metallica share documentary on new brew ‘Enter Night’

Posted by on January 15, 2019

Yesterday (14th), Metallica revealed that they have expanded in the alcohol business with their new pilsner brew, Enter Night. The legends have partnered with Stone Brewing Co. to make the 5.7% ABV beverage a beer drinking, a die-hard Metallica fan’s dream come true. For those who need something stronger or hate beer, Metallica have already […]

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Today in Mastodon: new beer coming, Masto/Tool supergroup opening for Primus

Posted by on October 19, 2017

Mastodon has had a pretty prolific year, having released and album and an EP while being on tour for much of the year and making the late night rounds. That doesn’t mean that they’re sitting still, even as they continue to hit the road with Eagles of Death Metal and Russian Circles. For one, they’ve […]

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Iron Maiden to launch “Hallowed” brew this fall

Posted by on July 5, 2017

Iron Maiden are currently touring across North America in support of 2015’s The Book of Souls. Prior to the trek, the group encountered a legal dispute with the song “Hallowed Be Thy Name,” resulting in them removing it from their setlist until further notice. However, it doesn’t seem to have any effect on their choice […]

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Wacken Open Air to have beer pipeline this year

Posted by on May 26, 2017

Take a look at the above photo. What’s it look like to you? Protesters disrupting the Dakota Access Pipeline? The world’s largest bong? Nope, neither of those guesses are correct, and the real answer is somehow even more impressive than both of them. What you’re looking at is Wacken Open Air Festival workers laying down […]

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