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Joe Elliott & Porterhouse Launch New Ale – ‘Louder’

Posted in Music, News with tags , , , , , , , on April 22, 2014 by Tickets There

5391518560113Def Leppard / Down ‘N’ Outz singer, Joe Elliott has teamed up with The Porterhouse Chain to release his second rock star drink –  Louder. Leppard fans may remember a few years back when he release his first one – Down ‘N’ Outz larger, which this writer will admit was an acquired taste. This time however they’re going for an ale and it’s coming in at a lovely 11%! (that’s not a coincidence, it is a direct reference to Spinal Tab).  Couple of bottles and you’ll be…thirty for more I guess. Here’s the blurb from Porterhouse,

An American style Barley wine. Big on flavour, big on hops, and big on alcohol. an unseasonably strong beer, brewed with lots of dark malts to give a rich malt character, finishing with a distinctive hop aroma and a little sweetness.

So doesn’t sound like one for fans of Coors Light. Expect a taste update from Tickets There within the week!


Down ‘N’ Outz (aka D’n’O / Frosty Joe) Beer

Posted in General Tickets There Blog, News with tags , , , , , on September 26, 2010 by Tickets There

We finally got some of Def Leppard/ Down ‘N’ Outz singer Joe Elliott’s new beer! Four Down ‘N’ Outz (or Frosty Joe’s…we prefer that name) later, we’ve happily succumbed. There’s a lovely vibe around the drink and a nice kick after the first bottle. 5%, well packaged and tasty, so tasty!

Get yer arses down to The Porterhouse and try a few, Tickets There got 8 to take home….there’s six left 🙂

Joe Elliott Launches Down ‘N’ Outz Beer In Dublin

Posted in Music, News with tags , , , , , , , on September 20, 2010 by Tickets There

Legendary Def Leppard front man, Joe Elliott has taken the ultimate rock star plunge and attached his name, or rather his new bands name to his very own beer.

Brewed, bottled and distributed by The Porterhouse, the Down ‘N’ Outz larger was officially launched last week at the Glasnevin premises by the man himself. While taking a year off from Leppard, Joe found time to record a new album with The Down ‘N’ Outz, which pays homage to the lesser known songs by Mott The Hoople front-man, Ian Hunter as well as other bands connected with MTH.

Tomorrow night (Tuesday, Sept 21st) Joe will be in London at the Covent Garden Porterhouse, playing a show with the full band for the official UK launch. Tickets are on sale now priced £20.

If you’re looking for Tickets There this Friday night, you’ll find us on Nassau Street between 7-Saturday ‘downing’ many a bottle. Best of luck to Joe with the new beer, TT will be doing our part to make sure the supplies stay fresh.