Rock veterans Iron Maiden have teamed up with a Stockport brewer to launched the band's own beer.
The band teamed up with Robinsons to create real ale Trooper, named after one of their most popular songs.
Lead singer Bruce Dickinson helped develop the flavour of the 4.8% strength beer with several visits to the firm.
Announcing the partnership, Robinsons managing director Oliver Robinson said: "Trooper is a premium British ale with true depth of character and flavour.
"For more than 30 years, the unmistakable icon of Eddie, the band's instantly-recognisable mascot, has adorned every album cover, T-shirt and poster - so it is fitting that Eddie will now adorn the cask pump clip and take centre stage on the bottle label of Trooper.
Bottles of Trooper will be available for worldwide sale from May.