The Beer Metal Show

Where the worlds of Craft Beer and Metal Music collide. This show is rated X for containing incoherent material not suitable for children!

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Horns Up! Pints Up! Cheers, Mother Fuckers!

The Beer Metal Show came to life in late 2017. The early shows were very raw and  not that pleasing to listen to. Hey, I’m just being honest here. Ha ha! With some upgraded equipment, and the loss of my co-host, The Beer Metal Show has become an online radio show with some Craft Beer drinking and dissecting in between songs. Of course, I kept the Metal Connection, which is a pairing of a Metal song to the beer which I am reviewing. On occasion, especially before the pandemic, I would visit a local brewery to interview the owners or brewers, as well as attending Metal shows and interviewing band members. One day I do hope to get back into doing more interviews, but for now the show is focusing on just the Craft Beer reviews with the Metal Connection. Each episode has a featured band to which I dive into their history and play music from each of that band’s full length albums from throughout their career to date. I also decided to focus mostly on Texas Craft Beer, and move the reviews of my cellared beers over to their own show.

In early 2020, It Came from the Cellar Podcast was created. These are mini episodes featuring one beer review with it’s Metal Connection, and now I have decided to also include Horror Movie reviews as well on this series.

Episodes

Tuesday Nov 10, 2020

After a month off, The Beer Metal Show Podcast is finally back with a new episode! This is episode #38, which is entitled "Craft Beer to the Core!" As usual, the title is a play on words to a Metal song title. This episode's theme song is Rotten to the Core by the Thrash Metal giants, OVERKILL. Music will be played on this episode from this band's career. I drank and dissected beers from Southern Star Brewing Company, Hop & Sting Brewing Company, Oak Highlands Brewery and Austin Beerworks. I really hope you enjoy this episode. It was a lot of fun putting together for you all. 

Tuesday Sep 29, 2020

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. 

Thursday Aug 27, 2020

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.

Tuesday Aug 11, 2020

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.

Tuesday Jul 28, 2020

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.

Thursday Jul 16, 2020

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.

Sunday Jul 05, 2020

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.

Wednesday Jun 24, 2020

Welcome to episode 34, Matando Craft Beer! On this episode I drank and dissected 4 Craft Beers from 2 San Antonio, TX breweries. I featured 2 beers from Weathered Souls Brewing, and 2 beers from Islla Street Brewing. As I usually do, the episode's title is a play on words to a Metal song. In this case, the song is Matando Gueros by the Death Metal/Grindcore Supergroup known as BRUJERIA. Trust me, if I could have, I would have named this episode The Hood Rat Snack episode. You'll see why. I attempted to speak Spanish on this episode and it was damn funny! Please don't judge me too hard! One of these beers on this episode is a Hazy New England IPA, and yes, I actually enjoyed it. I really hope you enjoy this show. Cheers!

Sunday May 17, 2020

Welcome to episode 33 of The Beer Metal Show Podcast. This episode is called These Beers Shall Be Your Grave. I sat down with Owner/Brewer, Jason Gonzales & Assistant Brewer, Rey Duque of Mad Pecker Brewing Company from here in San Antonio, TX. This is a brewpub owned by one of my lifelong best friends. I also used to work there, and was part of the very beginning. We had a Hell of a great time chatting it up while enjoying some of their delicious beers. We might have had a little too much fun. There is a lot of shit talking on this episode. We said a lot of dumb shit! I was able to do this interview at the pub, since this interview actually took place before the Corona Virus shutdown. This episode was an editing nightmare! That day, I just took all my equipment and just plugged it in and we just got started. I didn't EQ all of our microphones, and it shows. I had to adjust a lot of things to get it to sound the way it does. Took me forever. Maybe I'm just being picky and you might not even notice. Please listen to our serious, and most of the time funny AF conversation. Enjoy the show!

Thursday May 07, 2020

Welcome to episode 2 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 Prop Culture, a Saison/Farmhouse Ale from 2016 by Odell Brewing Company from Fort Collins, CO. Thank you for tuning in.

Thursday Apr 30, 2020

Welcome to the first of many 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 first episode I reviewed Whiskey Barrel Aged Double Pecan Porter from 2015 by (512) Brewing Company from Austin, TX. Thank you for tuning in.

Saturday Apr 25, 2020

***THIS EPISODE HAS BEEN REMOVED*** The beer Metal Show Podcast no longer supports the brewery that was featured on this episode.

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