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Bridge Road Brewers Beechworth Pale Ale x Garbage - When I Grow Up


For our next album pick, we’ve taken a break from the @triple_j #hottest100 theme. We are taking a break to pay tribute to Australian Musical Pioneer Michael Gudinski who formed @mushroomgroup in 1972 when he was 20 users old, who launched many a successful career, including Kylie Minogue and had massive success with artists Split Enz, Jimmy Barnes in Australia and had global success with Minogue and Peter Andre.
In 1979, Gudinski formed @frontiertouring and has toured massive acts such as @paulmccartney@therollingstones@taylorswift@thepolicebandoffical@billyjoel and @edsheerandouble
One of the other acts Gudinski signed was the amazing rock band @garbage. The band was formed in 1993 by Butch Vig, also best known as the producer of Nirvana Nevermind, and fronted by the amazing Shirley Manson, signing the band was a brilliant choice.
The band went on to release 6 albums and sell over 17 million albums worldwide.
The album choice was Version 2.0 and showcases the band’s amazing talent and the brilliant ability of Gudinski to find great musical talent.
The beer we have raised to toast the life of Michael Gudinski is the @bridgeroadbrewers Beechworth Pale Ale. A classic,classy craft beer that was great a brew to listen to the album and read the stories and tributes from artists such as @edsheerandouble@therubens@springsteen@foofighters and @amyshark
Vale Michael Gudinski 1952-2021
@garbage – Version 2.0
Highlight: I Think I’m Paranoid
Gem: Hammering In My Head
Beer: @bridgeroadbrewers Beechworth Pale Ale


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