Bombshelter Beast: so cool they named a beer after them

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Bombshelter Beast: so cool they named a beer after them

Drink a hearty one of their namesake brews to see out the old year at the band’s final gig of 2019 in Joburg

Mila de Villiers

Take Mzansi’s foremost multilingual rapper. Add a healthy dose of H2O, barley, and that very welcome post-first-sip dopamine rush.

Gooi in a couple of brass brasse, an opera singer, and two lead singers who redefine the core meaning of gees. Ferment for the duration of Maputo Drop-Off (https://protect-za.mimecast.com/s/eCA0CpgoEvh9ZpnKSP9QPN?domain=youtu.be)   (https://protect-za.mimecast.com/s/eCA0CpgoEvh9ZpnKSP9QPN?domain=youtu.be)and voilà! – yeast meets Bombshelter Beast (https://protect-za.mimecast.com/s/ab2mCqjpG0F1vJ8lSXz26i?domain=facebook.com). Yebo, our favourite Afrobalkan-Skadubhall band have tapped into the Cyril Ramaphuza beer market.

On November 29, Jol’burg’s Dunkeld Bowls Club will be providing more than kitties, jacks and rubber mats as this maverick mengelmoes of musos play their final Bowls gig of the year (https://protect-za.mimecast.com/s/VJJbCr0qJxhrO48oS4HbG_?domain=facebook.com) – and launch two new flavours of Bombshelter beer. Cue a hearty howzit to vuil ale Beast and pale ale Blondie, courtesy of a collaboration with Copperlake Breweries...

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