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Hop Nation Beer The Heart Pale Ale x Pixies - Surfer Rosa Where Is My Mind



Just when you think Brad Pitt couldn't get any cooler, they created Tyler Durden.
When you watch this movie, again and again you pickup more each time..
Like the fact that we see Tyler flash onto the screen four times before we meet him, or thought provoking content like, if it's just a man beating himself up in a parking lot, why did anyone join the fight club?
Nevertheless there's timeless quotes such as;
“The things you own end up owning you. It's only after you lose everything that you're free to do anything.”

Tunes brought to you by The Pixies Surfer Rosa. The debut studio album by the American alternative rock band. released in March 1988. It was produced by Steve Albini. Surfer Rosa contains many of the elements of Pixies' earlier output, including Spanish lyrics and references to Puerto Rico. It includes references to voyeurism alongside experimental recording techniques and a distinctive drum sound.
Surfer Rosa is often included on critics' lists of the best rock albums. Alternative rock artists including Billy Corgan and PJ Harvey have cited it as an inspiration; it was an influence on Nirvana's 1991 album Nevermind, and the band hired Albini to record their 1993 album In Utero.

Are the lyrics deep? Is there a connection of the lyrics and true enlightenment? Or is it pure nonsense. You decide!
Either way, we buy things we don't need with money we don't have to impress people we don't like.

This Pale Ale is definitely at the heart of the Footscray brewery. Pouring a golden straw colour with a lacing head. Floral and citrus hop aromas make for an inviting and crisp take on this infamous style. All in all, not a bad ale to burn down your apartment to.

Pixies – Surfer Rosa
• Movie: Fight Club
• Soundtrack Song: Where Is My Mind
• Scene Containing Track: https://youtu.be/11eBZd7zdbs
• Highlight : Where Is My Mind?
• Gem : Gigantic
• Beer : @hopnationbeer The Heart Pale Ale


Image Courtesy of @trooper.beers.tunes



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