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.
Host: Aaron "The BeerMetalDude" Mendiola
244 MB | 01:46:50 | Explicit Fucking Language
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