Three Floyds, the same brewery that created Municipal Waste's 'Toxic Revolution' also paid tribute to fellow Richmond, Va., metal act Pig Destroyer through a delicious intoxicant. Pig Destroyer's 'Permanent Funeral' ale was named after the eponymous 'Book Burner' track released in 2012.

The ale's description boasts a poetic passage much like the visuals presented in Pig Destroyer's music: "The wolf inside this pale ale is trying to walk upright. This bright and aromatic beer was brewed with our friends in the band Pig Destroyer." Let Pig Destroyer's beer assault your senses with greater vigor than Scott Hull's brutal guitar licks.