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Metallica talks beer as it launches its Arrogant Consortia Enter Night Pilsner at an intimate gathering in L.A.

Metallica talks beer as it launches its Arrogant Consortia Enter Night Pilsner at an intimate gathering in L.A.

Drummer Lars Ulrich and bassist Rob Trujillo of heavy metallic band Metallica confirmed up to hang around and drink with a couple of dozen pals and music business people throughout an intimate VIP launch of its all-new beer collaboration with Stone Brewing’s Arrogant Consortia at No Identify on Fairfax Avenue in Los Angeles on Monday night time.

The Enter Night Pilsner is the results of six months of back-and-forth brainstorming periods and tastings between the band and Stone co-founder Greg Koch.

“The guys were all very actively involved and really interested in connecting with us and connecting with our mutual fans so for all the right reasons, it just came together,” Koch stated, kicking again in an opulent sales space with a six-pack of the 16-ounce Enter Night Pilsner cans chilling on ice in a bucket on the desk.

There’s undoubtedly a similarity in the ethos of Stone Brewing and Metallica. Koch stated he was barely fearful about assembly Metallica since he’s been such an enormous fan of their music, however it seems Metallica was equally as ecstatic about Koch’s beer.  As Ulrich addressed the gang, he exchanged playful jabs with Koch on a small stage, referring to him as “Beer Jesus.”

“I think we’re at a point now where we’re going to stop searching and stop thriving and this is … actually, we have an exclusive tonight, we’re retiring,” Ulrich stated jokingly after the ceremonial Enter Night Pilsner toast. “Because this is the pinnacle of all of it … this is it. Just don’t tell James (Hetfield) and Kirk (Hammett).”

  • Heavy metallic band Metallica has partnered with Stone Brewing’s Arrogant Consortia (from left: vocalist James Hetfield, Stone Brewing co-founder Greg Koch, guitarist Kirk Hammett, drummer Lars Ulrich and bassist Robert Trujillo) to launch the Enter Night Pilsner. The normal Northern German Pilsner is hop ahead with a sound bitterness on the end. It’s out there in 16-ounce six-pack cans and on draft domestically and can roll out internationally in the spring.  (Photograph courtesy of Stone Brewing) 

  • Heavy metallic band Metallica has partnered with Stone Brewing’s Arrogant Consortia to launch the Enter Night Pilsner. The normal Northern German Pilsner is hop ahead with a sound bitterness on the end. It’s obtainable in 16-ounce six-pack cans and on draft domestically and can roll out internationally in the spring.  (Photograph courtesy of Stone Brewing)

  • Drummer Lars Ulrich and bassist Rob Trujillo of heavy metallic band Metallica confirmed up to hang around and drink with a couple of dozen associates and music business people throughout an intimate VIP launch of its all-new beer collaboration with Stone Brewing’s Arrogant Consortia at No Identify on Fairfax Avenue in Los Angeles on Monday night time. […]

  • Heavy metallic band Metallica has partnered with Stone Brewing’s Arrogant Consortia to launch the Enter Night Pilsner. The normal Northern German Pilsner is hop ahead with a sound bitterness on the end. It’s obtainable in 16-ounce six-pack cans and on draft domestically and can roll out internationally in the spring.  (Photograph courtesy of Stone Brewing) 

  • Heavy metallic band Metallica has partnered with Stone Brewing’s Arrogant Consortia to launch the Enter Night Pilsner. The normal Northern German Pilsner is hop ahead with a sound bitterness on the end. It’s obtainable in 16-ounce six-pack cans and on draft domestically and can roll out internationally in the spring.  (Photograph courtesy of Stone Brewing) 

  • Heavy metallic band Metallica has partnered with Stone Brewing’s Arrogant Consortia to launch the Enter Night Pilsner. The normal Northern German Pilsner is hop ahead with a sound bitterness on the end. It’s obtainable in 16-ounce six-pack cans and on draft domestically and can roll out internationally in the spring.  (Photograph courtesy of Stone Brewing) 

  • Heavy metallic band Metallica has partnered with Stone Brewing’s Arrogant Consortia to launch the Enter Night Pilsner. The normal Northern German Pilsner is hop ahead with a sound bitterness on the end. It’s obtainable in 16-ounce six-pack cans and on draft domestically and can roll out internationally in the spring.  (Photograph courtesy of Stone Brewing) 

  • Heavy metallic band Metallica has partnered with Stone Brewing’s Arrogant Consortia to launch the Enter Night Pilsner. The normal Northern German Pilsner is hop ahead with a sound bitterness on the end. It’s out there in 16-ounce six-pack cans and on draft domestically and can roll out internationally in the spring.  (Photograph courtesy of Stone Brewing) 

  • Heavy metallic band Metallica has partnered with Stone Brewing’s Arrogant Consortia to launch the Enter Night Pilsner. The normal Northern German Pilsner is hop ahead with a sound bitterness on the end. It’s out there in 16-ounce six-pack cans and on draft domestically and can roll out internationally in the spring.  (Photograph courtesy of Stone Brewing) 

  • Heavy metallic band Metallica has partnered with Stone Brewing’s Arrogant Consortia (from left: Stone Brewing co-Founder Steve Wagner, bassist Robert Trujillo, drummer Lars Ulrich, vocalist-guitarist James Hetfield, Stone Brewing co-founder Greg Koch, lead guitarist Kirk Hammett and Stone Brewing CEO Dominic Engels) to launch the Enter Night Pilsner. The normal Northern German Pilsner is hop ahead with a sound bitterness on the end. It’s out there in 16-ounce six-pack cans and on draft domestically and can roll out internationally in the spring.  (Photograph courtesy of Stone Brewing) 

  • Heavy metallic band Metallica has partnered with Stone Brewing’s Arrogant Consortia to launch the Enter Night Pilsner. The normal Northern German Pilsner is hop ahead with a sound bitterness on the end. It’s out there in 16-ounce six-pack cans and on draft domestically and can roll out internationally in the spring.  (Photograph courtesy of Stone Brewing) 

  • Heavy metallic band Metallica has partnered with Stone Brewing’s Arrogant Consortia to launch the Enter Night Pilsner. The normal Northern German Pilsner is hop ahead with a sound bitterness on the end. It’s obtainable in 16-ounce six-pack cans and on draft domestically and can roll out internationally in the spring.  (Photograph courtesy of Stone Brewing) 

He’s kidding, in fact, however he did have an enormous smile on his face as he introduced that Enter Night would now be out there “in every grocery store and liquor store and every rock and roll show near you in all 50 states.”

Koch additionally shared that the band has been rolling out small batches at exhibits and permitting followers in the Midwest to style the beer they usually acquired numerous constructive suggestions, though one fan posted that “the beer was so awful, I took two sips and poured it down the drain,” Koch stated.

“Perfect,” Ulrich stated. “It’s the ‘St. Anger’ of beers.”

Six months in the past Koch flew to Copenhagen to satisfy up with Ulrich and there was prompt chemistry. After attending to know the blokes throughout a collection of backstage and in-home beer tastings they selected a clean and drinkable, 5.7-percent alcohol Pilsner-style beer, one thing that could possibly be loved whereas tailgating, at the present or hanging out in the yard with buddies with Metallica music cranked as much as 11.

“I particularly like this style because the commercial pils of today are sort of insipid and sort of the elevator music version of beer,” Koch stated. “We wanted the heavy rock version so we said, OK, let’s crank it back up and make it true to its roots and bring some of that Stone and Arrogant Consortia influence into it and what would that look like? Well, it looks like this beer.”

Stone Brewing and Arrogant Consortia brewer Steve Gonzalez stated that Enter Night was a real workforce effort. He created a number of small batches with totally different flavors for the band to pattern they usually truly ended up choosing his unique prototype.

“They were just happy with the flavor profile, which I was excited about,” he stated. “The ingredients are almost all exclusively European … with German and Czech hops, it really makes a flavor profile that’s much more authentic and we broke tradition a little bit with this one because we dry hopped it to give it a little more flavor intensity and make it more Arrogant Consortia.”

Now, as Gonzalez held the black can in his hand, he stated it’s all the time rewarding when he will get to see considered one of his recipes packaged and on retailer cabinets, on faucet in bars and being shared with pals by way of pictures on social media.

“It’s gratifying, but I’m always on to the next 20 projects, so I celebrate for about 10 minutes then I’m literally onto something else,” he stated, noting that he’s at present engaged on 5 different brews at the second. “It does always feel good though when that happens and there’s been so many moments like that. Like the 21st Anniversary (Hail to the Top Thief Double IPA) was my recipe, too.”

The band was so hands-on with the collaboration that Trujillo had truly spent the afternoon at the Stone Brewing warehouse in Downey, the town the place Metallica initially shaped in 1981. Trujillo stated he acquired to study all about that aspect of the enterprise and even went out on a number of deliveries as properly. He stated that through the tasting course of they sampled the brewed beer but in addition did a blind style check of another extra generic and mainstream beer simply to actually showcase the distinction. Trujillo, who’s a fan of ice chilly Tecate with a lime, stated that after tasting the beer from the brewery and going into the blind style check of the extra generic drinks, he might actually respect the variations.

“Just understanding the little ingredients like how a tangerine can affect the flavor or something like habanero can completely change the way something tastes, that can be really fun to play around with,” he stated. “That’s the stuff I had no idea about and I was really learning from Greg. He’s also musically inclined, just like we’re inclined to drink so it made sense. A lot of the (Stone) lifestyle relates to our fans and our music so all if just kind of went hand in hand.”

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