LIVE has their own beer now
Seminal rock band +LIVE+ has joined forces with the Southern California-based brewing company Alosta Brewing for the creation of the band's first craft beer "Throwing Copper Ale." It's named in honor of the band's landmark 8X multi-platinum album THROWING COPPER which is being celebrated via a 25th anniversary deluxe multi-format reissue out July 19 via Radioactive/MCA/Ume. The band--Ed Kowalczyk (vocals, guitar), Chad Taylor (guitar, backing vocals), Patrick Dahlheimer (bass) and Chad Gracey (drums, percussion)--is also marking the album's milestone on a co-headline tour with Bush this summer of arenas and amphitheatres (dates below).
"Throwing Copper Ale," according to the Alosta Brewing website, is "a union of the caramel toffee like sweetness of English barley and the bitterness of Nobel hops. Smooth, refreshing. English Ales are often referred to as Copper Ales, and we could not resist taking the opportunity to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of Throwing Copper with LIVE's very first craft beer. We present to you Throwing Copper Ale."
The ""Throwing Copper Ale" pre-sale begins today, July 16, with orders shipped, across the United States except for UT, ND, and SD, as well as Canada, on 10/1/19-10/7/19:
"Considering LIVE's amazing and blessed career of over 25 years and its countless highlights, it can be pretty challenging to find things that we have yet to accomplish or try anew," says frontman Ed Kowalczyk. "So when Alosta Brewing Co. approached us with the idea of 'Throwing Copper Ale,' we jumped at the chance to do something we hadn't done before. Marrying a classic ale and a classic album like Throwing Copper was a no-brainer! So Cheers and Bottoms Up baby!"
*View the dates below for The ALT-IMATE Tour, featuring +LIVE+, Bush and Our Lady Peace. Produced by Live Nation, this hits-packed road show is hitting arenas and outdoor amphitheaters across the country. It kicked off June 6th in Mashantucket, CT with stops in Boston, Los Angeles, Atlanta and more before wrapping September 8th in Rochester, Michigan.