Bands, festivals and the lot are releasing branded booze by the dozens these days. Or people get inspired by bands and the overal metal, rock,… culture to create alcoholic beverages as a tribute.
GRIMM makes it its mission to get to the bottom (of the bottle) of this trend with insightful reviews and extra backgrounds. So sit back, PICK YOUR POISON, and discover all you need to know about your favorite band’s alcoholic brands!
The ‘Disco APA’ pours with a strong white head that lingers, and the beer itself has the slightly hazy typical orange/amber color of an American Pale Ale. The aroma is a little bit soapy, probably due to the specific hops used, but mostly we detect a yeasty, piney and fruity smell. When tasting we are met by a high amount of carbonation. The flavor itself is slightly sweet from the malts with a piney touch from the hops. The bitterness is definitely not strong and the beer tastes good, it’s not the fullest of flavors. We’d say even borderline watery.
The label shows off the humorous side of Turmion Kätilöt with a rather hilarious design. Where the faces of the band members are obviously photoshopped on an old-timey picture of some bare-chested disco dancers in front of a huge disco ball. A great reference to their music being called “disco metal” at times.
GOES BEST WITH…
… the Mortal Kombat-style dance off for the ‘Dance Panique’ track: