Beer Review: Iron Maiden’s Trooper Sun And Steel Beer

A frosty silver can of beer sits on a cooler in the woods

This beast from East is all in its sake yeast, as we review Iron Maiden's New Sake Lager, Sun And Steel! "Run To the Hills!" from Iron Maiden came to mind as we finally got the opportunity to take our first camping trip of the season 2020! With tent, folding chair and cooler in tow …

Just in time for Summer… New DJ Mix ‘CABIN FEVER’!

A bear with sunglasses stands in a cabin. 'Cabin Fever' is written in Saturday Night Fever font.

Can't bear another moment indoors? Cottage Mixtape has the remedy with a fine selection of disco rock tunes. The walls are closing in, the temperature is rising and a bear is drinking all the beer. This is definitely a case of full blown Saturday night live cabin fever. Here at cottagemixtape.com, we have you covered. …

Iron Maiden’s Adrian Smith Pens Forthcoming Autobiography About… Fishing?

Adrian Smith (Iron Maiden) Holding a giant fish in the woods juxtaposition him in 80s with a guitar in front of Union Jack

Iron Maiden guitarist's new book is all about a popular outdoor pastime: playing giant outdoor festivals to millions of fans and... fishing. Adrian Smith, guitarist for Iron Maiden has a new book coming out about his love of fishing... oh and about playing in one of the biggest Heavy Metal bands in Rock and Roll …

Beer Review from Mexico: Robinsons’ Iron Maiden ‘Trooper’ Premium British Beer

Iron Maiden Trooper Beer beside a glass of beer

Live from Mexico, Loons On Vacation, we take a look at Iron Maiden's 'Trooper' Premium British Beer. Cottagemixtape.com found the Trooper Beer at a Chedraui (more or less Mexican Walmart). The store despite being a chain, had a pretty impressive supply of beers. If you were looking for mezcal or tequila you may be better …

Rockwood Cinema Review: Campfire Tales (1997)

Three teens (two girls and one boy) sitting with the glow of the campfire on their face in the wooded darkness

Back from the grave with another spooky edition of Rockwood Cinema Review, where we look at movies set in "the great outdoors". Today being Halloween, we thought we would take a look at Campfire Tales (1997) an anthology of different horror stories by different directors. Feel free to leavea a comment on what you thought of the film or my review.