Belgian-Style Golden Strong Ale
On May 31, 1986, filmmakers Jeff Krulik & John Heyn made a 17 minute film that explored the tailgating scene festivities prior to a Judas Priest concert at the Capital Centre in Landover, MD. Considered one of the greatest rock documentaries of all time, after 30 years, countless bootleg VHS dubs, and now YouTube views, later – this film has certainly attained cult status and captured a music scene at the height of its popularity
The beer is a Belgian-Style Golden Strong Ale that marries a soft malty character with fruity and spicy notes from the yeast. Notes of pears, oranges or apples balance with subtle hints of pepper on the palate. This style of beer is infamously often named after the devil for its high ABV and spicy character. Packaged both in kegs and limited 16oz tall-boy cans featuring artwork by Baltimore illustrator, Alex Fine, depicting several of the film’s most memorable characters.
ALCOHOL BY VOLUME: 8.0%
BITTERNESS (IBU): 25
MALT: Belgian Pale Ale
YEAST: Belgian Ale Yeast