The legacy of Pantera lives on in liquid form! Born and Brewed in Dallas – Dallas craft brewery, Texas Ale Project, has announced a new beer collaboration with legendary Texas music icons, Pantera. Pantera Golden Ale, 5.4% ABV, the first beer to bear the Pantera name, will be available March 2021. “We love creating fine ales and enjoy all kinds of music. We’re very excited to unite these two passions together under our roof, this time in partnership with the almighty Pantera. I couldn’t be more pumped about this project,” says Brent Thompson, Founder and Brewmaster of Texas Ale Project.
Pantera started their incredible and sometimes over the top metal journey just outside of Dallas, delivering their jaw dropping, intense new sound that changed the path of metal. Pantera brought a ‘new level’ of excitement and inspiration to the metal genre. Their party reputation was a side of the band they were proud of. They were known to throw back a few beers.
Texas Ale Project, the family and Veteran owned brewery, opened in Dallas in 2014, is known for their passion and ability to handcraft some of the best beers in Texas. Fire Ant Funeral Amber Ale, 50 FT Jackrabbit IPA, and 100 Million Angels Singing Double IPA are all gold medal winning brews. This year, the brewery also launched a line of new craft hard seltzers under the brand TAPWTR.
Our most popular sales will certainly be our latest release of TAP WTR, a crafted hard seltzer. We will be selling cans and growlers of TAP WTR this fall. In the Spring of 2019, we will release cans of TAP WTR to the public on a distribution level. Till then, you may purchase TAP WTR in cans at our TAP Room.
Pantera Golden Ale will be crushable with a clean finish and brewed with Cascade and Citra hops. The scheduled release is March 1st, 2021 (from Dallas) and will be available at fine retailers across Texas as well as through Tavour for direct-to-consumer shipping in the United States. More information on release events and product availability will be published in January.
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