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You Can Buy Panic! At The Disco Beer On Their UK Tour

Get your hands on a can of delicious IP!ATD beer this week (if you’re old enough to drink alcohol, obviously).

If their huge UK Pray For The Wicked arena tour wasn’t already amazing enough, Panic! At The Disco have announced they’re bringing their own IP!ATD beer to their two London shows later this week.

While supplies last, their limited edition IP!ATD cans (in partnership with Asbury Park Brewery and Tenby Brewing Co.) will be available to purchase – and then inevitably guzzle down – at London’s The O2 on March 28 and 29. If you can’t make it along to either date in the capital, it will also be available online at tenbybrewingco.com and eebria.com.

When the IP!ATD was initially announced for their U.S. tour back in January, a statement from the Asbury Park Brewery read: 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.”

Mmmmm…

Panic At The Disco Ipa
Posted on March 27th 2019, 11:42a.m.
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