Iron Maiden Trooper Beer

Jun 14, 2013

Category: Food

Aside from being the lead vocalist of the popular heavy metal band Iron Maiden for decades, Bruce Dickinson also became quite the ale enthusiast. Leveraging the band’s name, Dickinson teamed up with Robinsons brewery to introduce Iron Maiden Trooper Beer.

The name of the brew comes from the band’s song of the same name, and the packaging is everything you’d expect from a beer associated with the English band.  This isn’t your typical licensing deal either. The UK brewers collaborated with Dickinson to dial in the flavors perfectly, ensuring it was an ale he would love to drink himself. The ale has already been making the round overseas, but you can expect to see this beer landing in the states within the next few months.

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