OG metal legends, Iron Maiden have done it again. They’re dropping another beer. In a new collaboration with BrewDog, the band will be releasing Hellcat, an India Pale Lager.
It’s a 6% ABV beer and BrewDog reckons it’s where “hops and malts collide”.
“I’ve been looking for the perfect partner with whom to bring a fresh, exciting beer to the US,” said Iron Maiden’s Bruce Dickinson.
“I’ve long been an admirer of BrewDog, not just because of their beers, but also of their attitude and style. When I met the BrewDog team, we discovered the respect is mutual, and that we could make an undeniably unique beer together.”
BrewDog CEO, James Watt says, “Hellcat is a hop-forward lager with a golden hazy appearance and crisp finish — an epic beer worthy of this massive collaboration.”
The can itself is a huge vibe too.
The beer will be up for grabs in Australia’s spring. It’s not yet clear whether we’ll be able to purchase the lager online.
Iron Maiden are obviously no strangers to a random collab. Along with their previous collection of craft beer, Troopers, the band recently teamed up with West Ham again.
They worked with the Premier League club to create their second kit together. Suss it here.