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KITTIE Makes A Non-Alcoholic Beer Now

In collaboration with Esjay Jones.


Kittie has teamed up with We Are PIGS frontwoman Esjay Jones for a brand new, non-alcoholic blonde ale named KittiePIG. Which is great, because those who don't partake really ought to have more kickass options than they do.

"I'm so excited for the metal masses to try KittiePIG!," said Kittie frontman Morgan Lander. "Brewing our own NA beverage is new and uncharted territory for us, but I think we've really created something delicious and decadent without the usual regret. With an homage to our Canadian roots thrown in for good measure with the added Saskatoon berry flavor, it's certainly a unique taste experience beer aficionados and casual drinkers alike will love."

Jones added: "We identified a gap in the market for non-alcoholic beverages that cater to music fans and health-conscious individuals alike. Market research showed that consumers have been leaning towards healthy alternatives, seeking out low-sugar and non-alcoholic options. KittiePIG's aim is to fill this gap by offering a product that is not only desirable and delicious, but that also caters to fans as well as their wants and needs."

KittiePIG is available here. As for Kittie themselves, they were working with producer Nick Raskulinecz (Mastodon, Ghost, Trivium, etc.) at Sienna Studios in Nashville on a new record last November. So what will the new stuff sound like? In a recent interview with Knotfest's She's With The Band, Kittie guitarist and vocalist Morgan Lander joked that the new music won't have you rummaging around for your JNCO jeans.

"I think marrying some of the ideas, 'cause I don't think we're ever going to put our JNCOs [jeans] on again," said Morgan. "But, yeah, the idea of marrying some of those ideas — like who we are now with the ideas of who maybe we used to be and kind of being able to meet somewhere in the middle, but in a way that will just create something brand new again. I'm excited for it to be unleashed upon the world."

Drummer Mercedes Lander added: "I'm gonna say that we are just really stoked to write 1,200 percent bangers. I think that's just where we're at now. We want people to feel good. We want people to feel what we're feeling. I feel like bangers, that's what we're good at."

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