KISS THE GOAT + SONS OF HUNS
About the Band: Sons of Huns recorded “Powerless to the Succubus” for Gigantic’s own “It’s Gonna Be Huge Records” in conjunction with the first bottle release of Kiss the Goat in 2016.
Throughout their reign in the Pacific Northwest music scene, which sadly ended in February 2016 when the band went on indefinite hiatus, Sons of Huns became widely known for their ability to turn every live show into a sci-fi, psychedelic-rock party. They livened the spirit of every crowd with their jokes and unforgiving volume.
Be sure to read the interview with Sons of Huns drummer, Ryan Northrop, in this issue of Gigantic Magazine.
We still have a limited number of the Sons of Huns 7” records at giganticbrewing.com or in the taproom.
Read more at www.sonsofhuns.com
Listen Now at http://sonsofhuns.com/album/ki
About the Beer: A doppelbock emblackened. Perfect for midnight masses, dancing naked in the moonlight, and malevolent altars. Turn up the Sons of Huns, toast the dark, now turn and Kiss the Goat! Kiss the Goat boasts rich toasty/bready malt aroma and flavor, with subtle chocolate in the finish.
We originally brewed Kiss the Goat with Sons of Huns for the 2013 MaltBall in Portland. The beer was so damned good and well received that we had to brew it again (and now again). A doppelbock is a stronger version of traditional bock that was first brewed in Munich by the Paulaner Friars, a Franciscan order founded by St. Francis of Paula.
About the Artist: Jon MacNair was born in Seoul, South Korea and grew up in southeast Michigan. He began drawing at a young age and has been doing it ever since. Once a Portlander, Jon recently relocated to Austin, TX. His works primarily in monochromatic layers of India ink, rendering mythical drawings of things that never quite existed.
In addition to freelance illustration, Jon frequently exhibits his personal work in galleries around the U.S. and abroad. Cities include New York, Chicago, Portland, San Francisco, New Orleans, Los Angeles, Seattle, Tokyo, Glasgow, Paris and Hamburg. Notable exhibitions include the annual group show at La Luz de Jesus Gallery and The BLAB! Show at Copro Gallery in 2010. Publications like Beautiful Decay, Elle Girl, Juxtapoz and Hi-Fructose have also featured his work.