I’ve heard for months that marijuana beer would soon be hitting the market, in lieu of Colorado and Washington State’s new laws on recreational use.
I never imagined the Tombs dudes would be involved, somehow.
The band’s will release a beer they claim has “enormous notes” of marijuana. A coffee is also coming.
The IPA is the result of a partnership with Tired Hands Brewing Company in Ardmore, Pennsylvania.
“The Savage Gold beer is an imminently refreshing and crushable IPA. Brewed with red wheat and oats. Hopped intensely and aggressively with Nelson Sauvin and Hallertau Blanc. Enormous notes of white grape, green pepper, mango, and marijuana.”
The beer whops a 5.2-percent ABV, and Tired Hands will be holding a special event around the launch of the beer tonight at their brewery in Ardmore complete with giveaways of the band’s new album Savage Gold.
Band leader Mike Hill has also launched a specialty coffee company, Savage Gold Coffee, inspired by his love for high quality, organic java.
The first roast, Savage Gold Prime, is an Ethiopian Yirgacheffe coffee bean grown between 6,000 and 6,500 feet above sea level. It is an aromatic and dynamic coffee roasted to perfection with a large flavor profile.
It is sourced from a co-op of Ethiopian farmers and is 100-percent Fair Trade, certified organic and wet (mechanically) processed.
Place your orders here, kids.
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