SHORT POUR: Three Band-Inspired Spoonwood Collabs Hit the Taps at The Foundry Sunday

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Two New + One Classic Spoonwood Band-Inspired Collaborations Hit the Taps at The Foundry

Headed to the Coheed and Cambria + Taking Back Sunday show this Sunday evening at Stage AE? If your answer is anything other than HELL YES, click here and get your tickets right stat now as this bad boy is close to selling out! But, before the bands take the stage, we’ve got your pre-game activities all set.

Stage AE, The Foundry, and Spoonwood Brewing have teamed up for a pre-concert party at The Foundry, located conveniently across the street from Stage AE in Pittsburgh’s North Shore neighborhood. Spoonwood brewers Steve Ilnicki and James Evans have put together two new band-inspired collaboration beers, one for Coheed and one for Taking Back Sunday, and both will be tapped for you to enjoy prior to the show! In addition, Spoonwood’s first Coheed-inspired beer, Good Eye Sniper DIPA, will also be pouring.

Here’s a small preview of each beer:

Good Eye Sniper Double IPA – 8.3% ABV, IBU 50 – Delicious Double IPA brewed with Mosaic and Sorachi Ace hops. Name inspired by Coheed and Cambria.

Selfish Pleasure Mocha Milkshake IPA – 7.5% ABV  –
The latest Coheed and Cambria-inspired beer brewed just in time for their next performance here in the Burgh! Brewed with chocolate and coffee.

Addict For Dramatics Vanilla Milkshake IPA – 7.2% ABV 
– This beer is the counterpart to the Coheed beer and received inspiration from Coheed’s touring partner Taking Back Sunday.

Listen to Abby on 105.9 The X from 6am to 10am this week for an opportunity to win an exclusive meet and greet with Coheed and Cambria, too!

Join the fun at The Foundry before hitting up the show! Gates open at 5:30pm at Stage AE.

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