Monday, November 21, 2016

Megadeth And Unibroue collab on a saison called À Tout Le Monde!


This is a nice stocking stuffer for metal heads and beer geeks!

Cheers everyone!
I love beer and music, and when I see the two collaborating on a project, I have to show love! I often combine the two with especially my celebrity beer tastings like this, and try to promote actual brews that do it as well including AC/DC and Robinsons Brewery, and Dan The Automator and Dogfish Head.
Jerry Vietz/Unibroue.com
Well now it's Unibroue—the Belgian-inspired brewer out of Chambly, Québec, Canada—adding another solid ale to their award-winning lineup inspired by music called the À Tout Le Monde. The maker of what I consider one of the best beers in the world, the La Fin Du Monde tripel, Unibroue maintains their prestige with this light-bodied, refreshing saison based on the friendship between Unibroue Brewmaster Jerry Vietz and Dave Mustaine, lead singer of the legendary heavy metal group out of Los Angeles, Megadeth. The beer’s name comes from Megadeth's song “A Tout Le Monde” (To Everyone) off their 2007 album United Abominations. (See the official video for it here.)
Dave Mustaine/Megadeth.com
Besides them both using the word “Monde” and the song being a huge hit in Québec to the point it is in the Canadian Music Hall of Fame, there is a lot more to recognize according to Vietz.
“At Unibroue, we appreciate flavor, and we know Megadeth is anything but boring,” the brewmaster says. “To Megadeth’s delight and that of their fans and connoisseurs, we’re offering an uncompromising beer with rich hoppy aromas, created according to Dave’s personal tastes.”
Mustaine adds, “Our shared passion for excellence produced a one-of-a-kind saison beer. I’m thrilled to present this new beer to my fans, and everyone who loves good beers with character.”
And another plus: Unibroue's artwork is consistently dope, often brandishing eye-popping paintings paying homage to the classiness of yesteryear's fine art; the Tout's bottle contuinues their streak of eye candy but with the edgy Megadeth edge these rockers are renowned for. 
Ultimately, any fans of Unibroue, Megadeth or simply great beer that pairs well with food due to its effervescent body to cleanse the tongue; subtle citrus and mango notes fused with a pleasant tartness; peppery undertones; and a dry finish, grab a 750 ml or four-pack before it's gone!

Cheers!

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