Dainton Beer B'EASTER Egg Imperial Choc Ale 9% x Sound City - Real to Reel
Grohl's Sound City Real to Reel album mixed with a live Field search beer to go with it. The B'Easter Egg Imperial Choc Ale by Dainton Brewery.
Dave Grohl is a man of many projects, from his musical endeavors.
There are a wide range of artists on Sound City: Real To Reel, ranging from modern-day artists like frequent Grohl collaborator Josh Homme of Queens of the Stone Age, Nine Inch Nails leader Trent Reznor, and Slipknot/Stone Sour singer Corey Taylor, to legendary artists like Fleetwood Mac vocalist Stevie Nicks and Paul McCartney. The album is rooted in Foo Fighters-esque rock n' roll, although it does experiment a bit. Mostly, Grohl and co. gear the songs towards the sounds the singers are known for. For example, opening track "Heaven And All" sounds a lot like Black Rebel Motorcycle Club due to the presence of BRMC members Robert Levon Been and Peter Hayes. However, a couple songs buck the trend: Corey Taylor's track "From Can To Can't", which also features Cheap Trick guitarist Rick Nielsen and Kyuss bassist Scott Reeder is much more classic rock oriented than anything Taylor is known for, even if it does hint at a bit of that signature Corey Taylor darkness. Rick Springfield's collaboration "The Man That Never Was" is up-tempo and very Foo Fighters-ish.
The album hit the charts, Hard.
Number 1 US Top Albums (Billboard) in hard rock, alternative and soundtrack categories.
Well worth watching the doco too!
And for the beer! We have An adults-only, choc caramel Easter Egg in a can! Smooth, silky & designed to run down the sides of that belly full of chocolate you have consumed. This will have you hopping all over the place.
Album: Sound City Real to Reel.
Highlight: From can to can't
Gem: You can't fix this / If I were me
Beer Pairing: @dainton.beer B'EASTER Egg Imperial Choc Ale 9%
Image Courtesy of @trooper.beers.tunes
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