Stoup Brewing Introduces Black Punk Weekend IPA

A four-pack of Black Punk Weekend IPA.

Seattle’s Stoup Brewing just announced the coming release of a very special beer, which it brewed to commemorate a very special event: Black Punk Weekend. They’ll release the beer this Friday, March 8th, ahead of the Black Punk Weekend events happening later in the month.

“James Spooner, American film director, tattoo artist, and graphic novelist best known for his 2003 documentary film Afro-Punk, asked us to make a beer for the upcoming Black Punk Weekend events at NW Film Forum,” said Lara Zahaba, one of the founders of Stoup Brewing.¬†“Black Punk Weekend (March 29-31) celebrates the release of Black Punk Now, a new book co-edited by Spooner. The event features live music and an impactful collection of Black Punk Films including Afro-Punk.”

Zahaba says that Stoup Brewing is proud to support the music, culture, and activism within the Black punk community with a light, hoppy, crushable IPA. They’ll release the beer at Stoup Brewing’s three taprooms on Friday, March 8th. The beer will be available at the Black Punk Weekend events.

Each can in the 4-pack has a unique illustration by James Spoonwer as well as a QR code linking to event tickets. More information about those tickets, and everything else happening during Black Punk Weekend, is available here. The brewery is also hoping to host James at its Capitol Hill Brewery on Thursday, March 29th for a can signing event. Follow Stoup Brewing on social media for more information as details come together. 


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