Welcome to episode 6 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, one Metal Connection song and now I am including a Horror Movie review. I will be focusing on more up to date beers on my main podcast, The Beer Metal Show. On this episode I reviewed Eight Ale from 2014, an Oat Wine style ale aged in High West Rye Whiskey barrels by Surly Brewing Company from Minneapolis, MN. I pair this excellent beer with a killer tune by the band, BOLT THROWER. I also watched and reviewed the movie Body Melt (1993). Thank you for tuning in.
Host: Aaron "The BeerMetalDude" Mendiola
Download: I.C.F.T.C. ep.6
51.9 MB | 00:22:40 | 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: Surly Brewing Company
Featured Band: Bolt Thrower
Featured Movie Review: Body Melt (1993)
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