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Metallica's James Hetfield, preparing to eat a microphone.
Metallica's James Hetfield, preparing to eat a microphone.
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I like a good, cold Budweiser; it's a great pizza-pairing beer. But I've been looking for a version of Bud that seems more... what's the word I'm looking for? Desperate. Maybe a Bud that peaked in 1992? Well, the Canadian arm of that boozy mistress has answered my prayers, because they're releasing a limited edition Budweiser that's "inspired by" and "infused" with Metallica.

No, Lars Ulrich didn't swim around it, Red Tick Beer-style. Rather, when Metallica performed at a new venue in Quebec earlier this week, the Centre Videotron, Budweiser parked a big truck of beer outside to soak up the vibes, stating in a press release: 

Sources: NPR