Legendary band AC/DC swap rock for hops by launching their own brand of beers

LEGENDARY rockers AC/DC are launching a worldwide brand of beers — and the first two pull no punches.

The Highway to Hell veterans’ canned craft ales are roughly twice the strength of a typical pint of bitter.

Their AC/DC TNT Double IPA, inspired by 1975 album TNT, is 8.2 per cent alcohol by volume.

AC/DC PWR UP Juicy IPA, named after last year’s 18th album Power Up, is 6.6 per cent ABV.

Most popular bitters fall between 3.5 and 4.1 per cent. AC/DC have teamed up with KnuckleBonz and Calicraft Brewing Company.

The brewers said the aim of the “unique collaboration” was to “bring quality beverages to the music superfan”.

AC/DC, who started in 1973, consist of Aussies Angus, 66, and Stevie Young, 64, and Phil Rudd, 67, and Brits Cliff Williams, 71, and singer Brian Johnson, 73.

The beers are set to hit shelves later this summer.

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