Brings New Meaning to the Term “Head Banger”

Normally, the head in question is not on a mug of beer, but in this case:

Iron Maiden beer doubles demand at family brewery

I myself lack the gene for beer appreciation.  Can’t stand the stuff.  But I recognize that places me outside normal humanity and is a defect in me, not humanity.  So I offer this for the delectation of Frank Weathers and all his kindred spirits.

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  • Brian

    I suffer the same genetic defect, much to the chagrin of my family. I do take a drop o the pure occasionally for medicinal purposes. Medicinal being defined as having five young children and back issues.

  • Rebecca Fuentes

    I used to have the same genetic defect myself. Then my brother started making his own–and he’s very good at it. His beer, I like. Most anything else 😛

  • Barfly_Kokhba

    I enjoy the inarguable genetic attribute of being unable to live without the stuff.

  • said she

    I suffer from a far worse genetic defect: beer gives me a migraine, but I love the stuff!! Woe is me, pining for a pint…

  • Dave G.

    Harp. That’s what I drink. I’ll try others, but Harp is what I prefer. Costs being what they are, however, it goes a long way toward keeping me dry.