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    Give It A Shot - Stone Brewing and Metallica Enter Night Pilsner

    Hush, little listener, don’t say a word. Never mind that opening of the can you heard. On second thought, we should mind the opening of the can we all just heard. That can being opened means we are very close to trying a collaboration beer. This collaboration features one of Andrew’s favorite bands of all time and one of our favorite breweries. They got together and created a Pilsner. A Pilsner admittedly we don’t know much about as they are being very secretive in regards to the contents of its ingredients. If this sounds vaguely familiar to you, it should as the band that had a hand in creating this beer also recently made an appearance on our podcast as co-creator of a whiskey. This time around however, we will be trying the Enter Night Pilsner, brought to us from the creative minds of Stone Brewing and Metallica. About all we know is that the alcohol checks in at 5.7% and it is a Pilsner. What did we think? What do you think?  Let us know in the comments below or join us live on Thursday nights to give us your feedback while we are live streaming on Twitch. 

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