Heavy Metal band Iron Maiden has once again teamed up with Robinsons Brewery to release its fourth Beer in the Trooper line.
Designed by the band’s frontman Bruce Dickinson and Robinsons’ head brewer Martyn Weeks, Hallowed is the first Belgian beer in the range, made with Belgian style yeast.
John Robinson, Trooper brand manager, said: “[The ingredient] Crystal Rye gives Hallowed a blood red hue and a smooth dry finish. The Belgian style yeast we have used in this brew along with Noble hops combine to deliver a complex palate of subtle banana and a sweet plum finish.”
Hallowed’s bottle features Iron Maiden’s mascot Eddie (pictured), dressed in traditional monk’s clothing as a tribute to the Trappist monastic brewing tradition in Belgium.