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Robinsons Brewery's Trooper  Red 'N' Black Porter 

Robinsons Brewerys Trooper  Red ‘N’ Black Porter

Robinsons Brewery's Trooper Red ‘N’ Black Porter

Category - Beer, porter; 6.8% abv in bottle, 5.8% in cask

Available - Global trade pre-orders taken from the beginning of March

Location - Global

The UK's Robinsons Brewery has extended its partnership with Iron Maiden by adding a porter to the heavy metal band's on-trade Trooper portfolio.

Red 'N' Black Porter has been designed by Iron Maiden vocalist Bruce Dickinson, who helped create the other beers in the range. It takes its name from the colour of the beer, which glows red when held up to light, and the song 'The Red and the Black' from Iron Maiden's 2015 album The Book of Souls.

John Robinson, brands manager for Robinsons Brewery, said: "With millions of pints sold in 55 countries worldwide it's safe to say that Trooper remains a phenomenal success. Last year, we released Trooper 666 at the request of the fans and this year we are happy to be releasing another limited edition beer that broadens the Trooper range in an ever-evolving and vibrant beer market."

The first Trooper ale was launched in May 2013.


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