Foo Fighters have partnered with Coors Light for a limited edition label in honor of their upcoming horror film Studio 666.

The label, aptly named Coors Almighty Light, is “the first spiritually-enhanced beer developed specifically to ward off demons while viewing the Foo Fighters’ dangerous new film ‘Studio 666.'” This variation of Coors Light is made from water blessed by a non-denominational ordained minister that calls itself a “drinkable demon deterrent” that will “shield your soul with every sip.”

As previously reported, the premise of Studio 666 finds the Foos playing themselves in a dramatic recreation of the making of their latest album Medicine at Midnight. Dave Grohl said in an interview back in March 2021 that the band rented a house in Encino, Calif. that was made into a recording studio and that the house was supposedly haunted.

For your chance to get your hands on Coors Almighty Light, head over to CoorsLight.com.

 

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