Lamb Of God have released a non-alcoholic beer, named Ghost Walker (after their 2012 song Ghost Walking). The beer is a collaboration with Scottish craft brewery BrewDog, best known for its Punk IPA.
Ghost Walker was conceived by the metal band’s frontman Randy Blythe, who has been sober for a decade. He said in a statement about the beer: “The idea of a collaboration hatched when (Lamb Of God guitarist) Willie Adler and I visited a BrewDog bar in Columbus, Ohio on a tour day off to sample a few pints of their non-alcoholic beer with the brewery team.
“It was conceived, designed and first tasted while on tour – music drove it into existence. Right now is a strange time for everyone, but we’re stoked to provide a non-alcoholic option for those who want to have a brew while cranking some tunes safely at home. We hope you enjoy our performance and we will see you on the road as soon as possible.”
The beer itself is an IPA, with BrewDog describing its flavour as follows: “Tropical notes are mixed up with a grassy, pine riff. All carried on a solid malt baseline
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