Sammy Hagar has added a new brew for rockers to enjoy.

Sammy Hagar now has a new line of craft beer for fans to enjoy. Craft beer enthusiasts in Michigan can now enjoy Red Rocker Lager, which is brewed in partnership with Brew Detroit at Red Rocker Brewing Co. in Corktown. This Mexican-style lager has a 4.3% ABV and is sold in 4-packs of 16-ounce cans.

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To celebrate the new brew, Sammy Hagar & The Circle will be performing a concert at The Fillmore Detroit on Monday, October 23rd. For those looking for tickets, presale begins on Tuesday, September 19th at 10 am (Password: BOGUSOTIS.) General tickets will be going on sale on Friday, September 22nd at 10 am.

Rock ‘n’ roll is at the heart of Red Rocker Brewing Co. and there’s no better place to brew our beer than in Detroit Rock City.We created Red Rocker Lager to not only honor the fans, but to also pay tribute to the soul of Detroit rock ‘n’ roll. Our head brewer Cameron Schubert and I worked together with Brew Detroit for months tasting, tweaking and reformulating our beer until we got it to be exactly what we’d envisioned. I can’t wait for beer lovers in Michigan and all around the world to try it...Sammy Hagar via

The new Red Rocker Lager is said to be a golden, medium-bodied Mexican-style lager with just a touch of sweetness. On top of being sold in liquor stores and bars in Michigan, the brew will soon be available to be shipped to select states in America. To see details on Red Rocker Lager, click here. 


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