Chance The Rapper Will Debut His Own Beer At The Pitchfork Music Festival

Chance the Rapper is not only a philanthropist and one of hip-hop’s most exciting young talents, but now he has his own beer.

In collaboration with Goose Island, Chance will be debuting his own beer at this year’s Pitchfork Music Festival, which hits Chicago from July 17th-19th, the Chicago Tribune reports. The beer, called No Collar, is a 5.3 percent Helles-style lager.

Though the “Juice” rapper never visited the brewery, he worked closely with Goose Island brewmaster Jared Jankowski via phone calls for consultation.  Chance’s vision for the brew was to create a beer “for the hardworking people of Chicago … exactly what you want to drink after a long day of work.”  It will be available at Goose Island bars throughout the festival grounds.

No Collar will also be available at Chicago bars on draft when the festival is over.

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