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ANTHRAX Make Bourbon Now

Would you drink it?

Would you drink it?

Anthrax is a band that doesn't immediately strike me as drinkers. Heck, the first time Scott Ian got drunk is when he met Lemmy in his 20s. But that's not stopping the band from releasing a limited edition bourbon whiskey:

Anthrax has aligned with Jefferson's Bourbon, the Kentucky-based company that produces special, limited edition "small batch" whiskeys by blending a variety of aged bourbons and rye whiskeys. Anthrax's "Indians," a single barrel bourbon, was personally chosen by the band and will taste like no other due to its particular blend and the barrel it was aged in.

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"We've been wanting to come up with a special item like this, something that was unusual, one-of-a-kind, not a t-shirt or hoodie or poster," said the band's Frank Bello "and 'Indians' was perfect."

Here's what it looks like:


You can grab your own limited edition bottle for $100 with shipping here, or only $75 if you pick it up yourself in Atlantic City.

Of course, Anthrax isn't the first band to enter the booze market. Check out our previous coverage.

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