Elbow to launch their own beer
2011-07-13 by Dr Dave De Sylvia STAFF | 17 Comments
British rock band Elbow are preparing to launch their own beer brand at Robinsons pub outlets in the UK.

The Manchester band, fronted by Guy Garvey, describe their brew as "a rich, rounded body, smooth bitterness, subtle tang of malt and fruity aroma."

The 4.0% ABV ale will be launched at the Manchester Food and Drink festival in October and rolled out to selected pubs in the area.
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DoubtGin
July 13th 2011
6752 Comments


like Wilco

Sanders
July 13th 2011
2350 Comments


If this gets as far north as Preston, I'll give it a try. Elbow doesn't exactly scream fine ales to me though.

Dogget
July 13th 2011
781 Comments


Stella's french.

Spec
July 13th 2011
27170 Comments


Wilco beer.

xenocide.
July 13th 2011
1187 Comments


Stella's Belgian, not French.

clercqie
Contributing Reviewer
July 13th 2011
6448 Comments


Stella's bad too...

Interesting project, this

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clercqie
Contributing Reviewer
July 13th 2011
6448 Comments


Jupiler's the best Belgian pint anyways.

But I prefer the stronger beers, so this Elbow beer may taste not so bad (I hope)

bodiesinflight57
July 13th 2011
869 Comments


4% isn't strong

InFiction
July 13th 2011
3660 Comments


That might be the best headline I have ever read.

BallsToTheWall
July 14th 2011
44360 Comments


Still looking forward to Amon Amarths Ragnarok beer. 8.2%? Yes please

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clercqie
Contributing Reviewer
July 14th 2011
6448 Comments


That's pretty decent. Is it a light or a darker beer?

BallsToTheWall
July 14th 2011
44360 Comments


http://beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/26/68138


Downed some pints of St Bernardis 10.0% and Duvelle 8.5% last night, no more cans or bottles only gonna do big things from this point forward.

SCREAM!
July 14th 2011
10095 Comments


I tried to post an article about a black metal beer several months ago and it got rejected.

what is this i don't even

SCREAM!
July 14th 2011
10095 Comments


check this one out balls

http://www.roadrunnerrecords.com/blabbermouth.net/news.aspx?mode=Article&newsitemID=152229

clercqie
Contributing Reviewer
July 14th 2011
6448 Comments


St Bernardis is delicious! Tried Bush Beer? That's a whooping 13% and it drinks itself like it's lemonade

BallsToTheWall
July 14th 2011
44360 Comments


Delve into the Avery Brewing Company. Mephistopheles-17%, Samael 15.3%, The Beast 14.9%.


Awesome scream

InFiction
September 3rd 2011
3660 Comments


Hey, I know this probably seems a little out of the blue, but does anybody know if there's a place where I can buy this online? Probably sounds like a strange question but I was hoping to get a bottle for my friend for his birthday.
Any help is appreciated. Cheers.



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