Enter Night: Metal Brew

The brewer’s craft, a sacred art that was the preserve of women in ancient Mesopotamia, and later became a particularly “monastic” speciality, has been spreading widely, over the last few centuries, through the most secular strata of modern societies. This time, the profession seems to be attracting a celebrity following. Metallica, the well-known band, has brought to the market a brand of beer with a design that’s a tad demonic: “Enter Night.” Will the beers be distributed during the legendary metal band’s concerts? We’re currently in the dark.

https://eu.usatoday.com/story/money/business/2019/01/14/metallica-stone-brewing-pick-pilsner-their-beer-collaboration/2559195002/

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