Posted by Zach Shaw on Wed, Nov 30, 2011 at 10:01 am
It’s no secret that we love Kvelertak. It’s also a well-known fact that we love beer. So imagine our reaction this morning when we discovered that the Norwegian black metal/punk band have brewed their own line of beer. Called Kvelerbräu, the beer is made out of honey and hate and has an alcohol vol. of 6.66%. The bottle’s artwork (which can be seen off to the side) was done by Michael Hacker.
So when can we get our hands on Kvelertak’s beer? Well that’s the sad bit of news. Not only is Kvelerbräu being sold exclusively at the band’s show in Vienna, Austria this coming Saturday (December 3), but it’s also limited to 30 bottles only. No word on whether the band intends to brew more, but unless you’re going to the Vienna show, chances are you won’t get to taste Kvelertak’s beer.
If Kvelertak ever changes their mind and brews more bottles of Kvelerbräu, though, you can bet we’ll be first in line for taste samples. Until then, we’ll just continue to drink Clutch beer while at work.