Chance the Rapper is getting his own beer, RedEye reports.
The Chicago rapper’s beer is named No Collar. It has 5.3 percent alcohol and will be a light “Helles-style lager.”
Chance spoke to head brewmaster Jared Jankowski to discuss the production of the beer. Chance wanted his drink to be “for the hardworking people of Chicago … exactly what you want to drink after a long day of work.”
Goose Island, the holder of the official pouring rights for Chicago’s Pitchfork Music Festival, has been making a beer for the headlining act for the past three years. The Festival runs from July 17-19 this year.
The drink is scheduled to be available on tap at local bars after the festival.
Chance is not the only rapper who has been honored with a beer. A lager inspired by Wu-Tang Clan is being produced by a Philadelphia brewery.
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