Iron Maiden’s Trooper Beer will probably have quite a (Eddie the) head

By Lincoln Eddy
April 30, 2013

Iron Maiden is making a beer. And it’s shaping up to be exceedingly popular.

The ale, appropriately named “Trooper” after the 1983 song of the same name, was brewed in cooperation with Robinsons Brewery in Cheshire, England. So far, more than 100 countries have requested to stock the beer, resulting in Robinsons reportedly switching to a six-day week to meet demand, brewing three batches per day. Check out a video from Bruce Dickinson touring the brewing site and prepare yourself for the May 5, 2013, release of the beer.


By Lincoln Eddy April 30, 2013
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