Iron Maiden launch Trooper bottle cap collection

Iron Maiden bottle caps
A selection of the Iron Maiden bottle caps which can now be found on bottles of Trooper (Image credit: Robinsons Brewery)

Iron Maiden (opens in new tab) and Robinsons Brewery (opens in new tab) have revealed that throughout October, all bottles of Trooper beer will feature a range of collectable bottle caps.

The designs on the tops of the bottles include the album covers of all of Maiden’s studio albums, from their self-titled 1980 debut through too 2015’s The Book Of Souls (opens in new tab).

The brewery report that some of the caps are harder to find than others, with the collection launched to coincide with the latest leg of their Legacy of The Beast tour.

Trooper brand manager Sam Kennerley says: “Iron Maiden and Trooper fans are some of the most dedicated and passionate in the world, so we wanted to create something completely new and different for them.

“Iron Maiden is so iconic and distinctive and creating the bottle caps is just one of the ways we wanted to celebrate the band and its amazing artwork.” 

Those looking to collect the full set can also get their hands on a display frame direct from Robinsons (opens in new tab).

Robinsons and Iron Maiden have also released a Halloween-inspired Day Of The Dead bottle design of Trooper, which is available until the end of November (opens in new tab).

Iron Maiden’s next show will take place in Rio on Friday (October 4), while the band were recently confirmed as headliners of next summer’s Download UK (opens in new tab) along with Kiss (opens in new tab) and System Of A Down (opens in new tab).

The full range of the limited edition Trooper bottle caps

The full range of the limited edition Trooper bottle caps (Image credit: Robinsons Brewery)

The bottle cap frame

The bottle cap frame (Image credit: Robinsons Brewery)

Iron Maiden Legacy of the Beast Tour 2019 
Oct 04: Rio de Janeiro Rock In Rio, Brazil
Oct 12: Buenos Aires Velez Sarsfield Stadium, Argentina
Oct 14: Santiago Movistar Arena, Chile
Oct 15: Santiago Estadio Nacional, Chile

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