WWE Hall of Famer, Stone Cold Steve Austin has finally fulfilled a task that should have happened many times over. Austin and the one of LA’s premier craft breweries, El Segundo Brewing Company, have teamed up to create what Austin describes as “one bad ass beer”. Naturally, Austin has embraced the craft beer world with a hands-on approach.

The following tweet shows Stone Cold Steve Austin and the El Segundo Brewing Company’s creation:


Austin met with ESBC founder Rob Croxall, and the two discovered that they had a lot in common. Stone Cold was already a fan of ESBC’S Citra Pale and Mayberry IPA. Over a table of beer, Croxall and Steve Austin collaborated the beginning of a vision to creative the ultimate India Pale Ale. Just like that, Broken Skull IPA was born.

The El Segundo Brewing is located at 140 Main St in El Segundo. On Friday, November 13th Broken Skull IPA will officially launch with an event at the brewery. Stone Cold Steve Austin will be behind the bar himself to serve the first round of his tasty brew from 1pm-8pm. Tickets are required, but you can buy tickets right here.

If you’re in town, meet The Texas Rattlesnake, have a beer or two and maybe a Stone Cold Stunner or two as well.


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