Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson has told Kennedy Molloy the story of how he got stuck into brewing his own beer.
Dickson and Iron Maiden churn out plenty of beer, and Mick Molloy was very keen to find out where it all began.
"First of all, I like beer! It's a good start," he laughed.
He told the guys a marketing person came to the bench with a proposal to make an Iron Maiden red wine, which didn't quite hit the nail on the head for the band.
They instead wanted a beer.
"We all looked a little bit weird," he said.
"That's not really kind of we had in mind. We wanted something that had a bit of integrity to it, at which point the guy lost interest!
"We then thought well actually, it's not a bad idea. Maybe what we should do is approach some brewers and try and come up with a collaboration.
"And then (here we are) 25 million pints down the line!"