Good beer news: Run The Jewels , the duo behind your favorite tunes, are finally prepping their second foray into craft beer later this month with the release of the Panther Like A Panther Stout. The beer’s a collaboration between El-P and Killer Mike and Brooklyn’s Interboro Brewery, Chicago’s Pipeworks, and Miami’s J. Wakefield.
— Run The Jewels (@runjewels) February 13, 2018
The serious stout will feature three recipes: Interboro created a traditional stout, while Pipeworks made a porter blended with bourbon barrel-aged beer. And J. Wakefield teamed up with Miami’s Panther Coffee to create a coffee-infused stout.
Each brewery will begin pouring their stouts throughout the month in their taprooms.
Panther Like A Panther
A new collab project with @runjewels @InterboroNYC and @jwakefieldbeer
Each brewery worked w/ RTJ to put their spin on a dark beer.
We brewed and bottled a porter blended w/ barrel aged beer.
In The Dojo on Sat. pic.twitter.com/eBVLnogRrm
— Pipeworks Brewing Co (@PipeworksBrewin) February 13, 2018
Along with Panther Like A Panther, which was named for the below track on the duo’s album, RTJ3, they partnered with BRLO Craft Brewery to release the Legend Has It Pilsner with CBD in April, and a Double Down IPA in October. Currently, cannabinoids are not legal in all 50 states. Speaking to Men’s Journal last year, Colorado’s Dad and Dudes Breweria co-owner Mason Hembree said about CBD-infused brews, “Cannabinoids are a miracle compound, and I thought it would be a responsible choice to put them into beer. They are an antioxidant and neuroprotectant that have a lot of health benefits.”
You can read more on cannabinoids within beers here.