Knotfest Beer Pit: 666° - get familiar with the latest collection of craft beers

Knotfest Beer Pit: 666° - get familiar with the latest collection of craft beers

- By Ramon Gonzales

The latest stash of craft beer curated by Knotfest includes Red Fang's malt liquor tallboys, a tibute to Pantera in a pilsner, and a kolsch inspired by the hardworking sound engineers of the concert world.

Pressing on with yet another quality collection for the latest edition of the Knotfest Beer Pit, Advanced Cicerone® Adam Zuniga, host of The Six Most Metal Breweries, has curated a kickass stash of brews that bridge heavy culture and true craftsmanship.

The most recent installment is being dubbed, 666° and includes 7 beers total: one 500mL bottle of Alosta Brewing Good Friends and a Bottle of Pils, two cans each of Broken Goblet Brewing's A Little More in The Monitors Kolsch, Metal Monkey Brewing's Ghuleh IPA, and two 19.4oz cans of Wayfinder's Red Fang Malt Liquor - each beer not only offers a heavy music slant to their presentation but is made by brewers that themselves are a part of heavy music community.

The 666° collection of the Knotfest Beer Pit box subscription begins shipping the week of June 21st and includes an awesome stash of stickers and coasters from each of the contributing breweries. To purchase the latest Knotfest Beer Pit Beer Box and to see past collections, visit the Beer Pit online - HERE

Having said that, let's get to the suds.

Red Fang Malt Liquor, 6.5% ABV

Wayfinder Beer (Portland, OR)

The finest craft-brewed malt liquor known to humans. A week-ending destroyer of nights. Pärty forward in a turbo-charged tallboy. Brewed for the legendary band RED FANG!

Adam’s Pairing: A brown paper bag and Red Fang’s new album Arrows.

Good Friends And A Bottle Of Pils, 5.5% ABV

Alosta Brewing (Covina, CA)

Our homage to one of Pantera's lesser known tracks! Brewed for our 7th Anniversary during the COVID Pandemic. This beer is a tribute to all of our friends who supported us during the last year. It is a classic German-style pilsner, straw to pale in color with malty sweetness as well as noble hop aroma and flavor. Distinctly different from the Bohemian-style pilsner, this pils is lighter in color and body with lower perceived hop bitterness. Winner of California
Pilsner Brewery of the Year at New York International Beer Competition 2021.

Adam’s Pairing: Nothing goes better with metal than medals, drink this award winner among friends set to Pantera’s Far Beyond Driven.

A Little More In The Monitors Kolsch, 5.2% ABV

Broken Goblet Brewing (Bensalem, PA)

If you’ve ever wondered why sound guys are angry, this is the reason. This classic-style beer goes out to all you soldiers of the soundboards, especially now as we collectively get back to live music, concerts, and get our venues up and running. The beer in your hand is a lightly hopped, crisp and dry crusher brewed with ale yeast but in the style of a lager. It’s a jack-of-all-trades, just like you. So, when you are trying to mic that 16 piece kit, and the bassist wants a little more in the monitors, take a breath and a sip and relax...

Adam’s Pairing: (We Are) The Roadcrew by Motörhead, because Lemmy is God but kölsch is
for the apostles.

Ghuleh IPA, 7.9% ABV

Metal Monkey Brewing (Romeoville, IL)

Pine, tangerine and grapefruit take your palate hostage, before an impending wave of spicy evergreen bitterness washes the citrus away with the force of the river Styx.

Adam’s Pairing: Ghuleh / Zombie Queen LIVE from Ghost, concerts are coming back!
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