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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by JoeAC, Aug 9, 2012.
I'd love to get my hands on one of those! I love it when music and beer come together.
Been trying to track down since he posted that haha. Seems to be a rather difficult find.
P.S. This thread is awesome.
I heart DIPAs and grindcore ( well mostly hardcore - see avatar) and heartily approve of this thread.
I used to love PXDX when I was younger, I may have to throw Prowler in the Yard on today.
Sounds pretty kvlt!
Posting again in an awesome thread.
And why is it not suprising that a good number of the new-ish pacific northwest black metal-ish bands like craft brews? Heck, I would be suprised if the guys from WITTR don't brew themselves. Would seem to make sense.
Low Gravity. Don't know anything about them other than being a superb stoner metal band... but Low Gravity is certainly something nice in a finished brew.
glad to see so many metalhead BA's
I like Rush and Metallica does that count? They can have the IPA's though, yuck..most of them.
I typically listen to Dillinger Escape Plan, or Meshuggah while brewing. So yeah, for me, metal and beer go hand in hand.
seriously no mention of Dave Witte on here? the drummer to Municipal Waste/Discordance Axis/Human Remains?
dude posts nothing but awesome beers and a while back his 3f tattoo.
also, stouts and black metal, ipas and stoner, lagers and thrash...actually...anything and thrash ha ha ha
I've seen Municipal Waste 4 times and keep forgetting to talk to him about beer after the shows.
Best live band. EVER.
yeah but municipal waste is garbage, tankard is a lot better even if they are only drinking barrels of henninger at a time
You forgot he was also in the super awesome Burnt By The Sun.
I did a trip through the Pacific NW this summer. Bend, Portland, Seattle and it's not at all surprising anyone from that area loves craft beers because they are EVERYWHERE up there. The local bars all proudly carry the local brewers. It was awesome to be able to walk into any pub and see a ton of cool beers I'd never seen before. When Deschutes is the "worst case scenario", it's a good time.
Couple their geographic pride with "buy local" ideology and the quality of local brews and it's not shocking.
And to stay vaguely on topic, tonight I will be knocking back some IPA's (Odells, Ska Modus Hoperandi) while listening to the metal antithesis of Grindcore, Funeral(ish) Doom.... Faal, Evoken, Ahab...
I love metal and obviously craft beer. I'm not a big Pig Destroyer fan(seen them a few times live though). I still remember over twenty years ago flipping through the channels one night and coming across Headbangers Ball(with Riki Rachtman lol). Panteras Walk was playing followed by Chaos AD from Sepaltura and I thought both were badass. I joined Columbia House and BMG and started racking up the metal cds. I got Soul of a new machine by Fear Factory in one of my first shipments and loved it! Suuuffer Bastard!
hehe this link içs exaclty what i wanted to do with my bar, metal and good beer ( such as jester king black metal, black damnation, hel en verdoemenis,...) until i was stabed in the back and ended up broke and withoud a bar...but the dream lives on , and one day that bar WILL open !
maybe this is a good place to ask this as well, cause i'm very intrested in this !
who wants to help me make ( and collect ! ) a list of ' metal' beer ? nice artwork and names : so far i got at home :
black metal ( farmhouse )
black damnation I-V and XI
fade to black ( vol 3 )
hel en verdoemenis ( and the 666 edition)
who has more? wanna trade this? or sent me empty's? or just give the name ( and if you know how to find em in belgium? )
rye'd the lightning
rye i've seartcht fore. found one but the shipping was 200 dollars little much .. i've made a new threat for this , so its easier to see if the comment is for me or not !
Indeed. I've gotten that idea from people I know in the Portland area.
And it is fascinating- not to mention just damn cool- to see that whole ethic creep into other areas. Buy local, drink good beer, said beer crafted with care, passion, and local ingredients.
And then you have bands, again like WITTR, that take that ethic to impressive levels.
While I tend to not like stouts in the summer, it's tough when cranking something like black or doom metal to NOT want a dark, brooding, heavy beer.
One of the better genre/band descriptions I've ever heard- Ahab, "nautical funereal doom metal".
I thought the logical conclusion was bearded d00ds love sub-genres and minority business shares. Pfft, what do I know?
Whenever I see the word "Behemoth," (or drink it; I have a bomber in the fridge right now) I go back to the old Tad song. Check it out. Not quite metal, but a great tune.
Saw Pantera and White Zombie on the same bill in Chicago once. Very good show. Many years ago. Long before my craft beer days...
Last August we kept buying Yob rounds of Dortmunder. They still played a great set...but were defanitely buzzed at the end of the set. If you are ever in Cleveland at Now That's Class for a show they have a great selection of microbrews and vary their tap selection. Was drinking Oak Arrogant Bastard last Sunday while watching some doom bands....and the Genessee Cream Ale as the night went on.
I was pumped when I saw that video! Not only because Pig Destroyer is putting out another record but because of the whole fridge thing, I didn't even think to post it on here. Good call man.
i agree, BUT, a month or so ago i went and saw Phobia and was dismayed to see myself, my girlfriend, and a buddy of mine as the only people enjoying craft beer in a sea of PBR tallboys...
I'm not a big metal fan but Witte is an awesome guy and is a true Advocate wherever he goes.
Probably a reference to the "Cascadian Dark Ale"...
I found a shop in another town about 2 hours away from me that has 5 or 6 of these hanging around.
I would like to get my hands on that minestrone.