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Panic! At The Disco Have Announced Their Own Beer, IP!ATD

Brendon Urie has teamed up with Asbury Park Brewery for a bold and earthy” new IPA.

There are two things we absolutely love in life: band-themed alcoholic beverages, and good puns. Panic! At The Disco have just succeeded at both, joining forces with the Asbury Park Brewery for an exclusive tour beer called… wait for it… IP!ATD. Genius.

If you’re heading along to see Brendon Urie and co. performing in Newark this week on their huge Pray For The Wicked tour, you’ll be able to sample this bold and earthy” brew (providing you’re of age, of course). Alternatively, it’ll also be available at the brewery in Asbury Park for a limited time afterwards. Yum.

A statement from the Asbury Park Brewery reads: Asbury Park Brewery’s collaboration with Panic! At The Disco started back in March 2018 when the band performed a secret show at the Stone Pony. As a big craft beer fan, Brendon Urie wanted to try something special with a local brewery he had heard of that had deep connections to the Asbury Park music scene.

What resulted was a unique IPA inspired by Brendon’s specs; bold and earthy, like a West Coast IPA, but Juicy and citrusy, lIke an East Coast IPA. We are thrilled with it, and will be launching it at the Panic! show 1/18/19 at the Prudential Center, Newark, NJ. After 1/18, the cans will be available exclusively in the brewery tasting room.”

Check it out below.

Panic At The Disco Ipa

And get a load of Brendon sipping on some delicious IP!ATD

Catch Panic! At The Disco live a whole bunch this year – head on over to Panicatthedisco.com/tour for the full list. 

Posted on January 14th 2019, 3:22p.m.
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