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Def Leppard rocks out with new branded beer

Sheffield group teams with Elysian Brewing Company to create own beer.

Def Leppard has become the latest rock band to put their name to a branded beer.

Ahead of next week’s Licensing Expo, Epic Rights has confirmed the Sheffield group has teamed with Seattle’s Elysian Brewing Company to create Def Leppard Pale.

The launch of the new brew on May 23 coincides with Def Leppard’s huge co-headlining tour with Journey, which kicks off on May 21 and runs through October 7.

The Def Leppard Pale (6% ABV) will be available at most stops on the tour, as well as select bars and restaurants.

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