The band will offer 311 Amber Ale and 311 I'll Be Here Awhile Honey Apricot Ale at concerts in West Palm Beach on Friday, Aug. 2, and Tampa on Saturday, Aug. 3. This is the first time the two beers have been made readily available for fans.
In 2017, in celebration of 25 years as a band, 311 partnered with Rock Brothers Brewing to create their 311 Amber Ale. Originally brainstormed in the band’s Hive Studio in Los Angeles, 311 Amber Ale "shines bright as roasted caramel malts are blended with Equinox hops, bringing subtle hints of tropical citrus and kush aromatics." This past February, the band debuted their second Ale, 311 I’ll Be Here Awhile Honey Apricot Ale. The new beers follow the release of last year's Beautiful Disaster Imperial IPA.
311's latest album, Voyager, was released on July 12.
As announced back in April, 311 and The Offspring are hitting the road for the Never-Ending Summer Tour with Gym Class Heroes. Well, it looks like the tour hit a bit of a glitch. While 311's Nick Hexum and The Offspring's Dexter Holland were hanging with Adam Carolla for an interview, 311's P-Nut and The Offspring's Noodles got pulled over by none other than the Super Troopers. Check out the video evidence below!
There's some great summer tours hitting the road in 2018, and today comes news of another one. 311 and The Offspring are teaming up for the Never-Ending Summer Tour, a fun-filled summer amphitheater outing with special guests Gym Class Heroes. The tour will also make stops at select regional events throughout the summer. Check out the official announcement video below, along with all the dates and cities where you can catch this tour live!
It's been a pretty nostalgic week for a lot of reasons, and today has brought with it a few pieces of news that all seem to point firmly back to the mid 1990s. 311 provided a lot of soundtrack for those years, and on June 23rd, they'll release their latest album, MOSAIC, via BMG. Today comes a new music video, "Too Much To Think," which can be viewed below...
Last week, 311 released STEREOLITHIC, their first independent album in over two decades. Now, just seven days later comes the official word that the band has been lullabied by the folks at Roma Music Group, as part of their long-running Twinkle Twinkle Little Rock Star series of lullaby albums. On April 1, LULLABY VERSIONS OF 311 (iTunes) will be released, reworking a dozen of the band's biggest hits and fan favorites into nursery-friendly jams for your littlest rocker. As a bonus, a lullaby version of "Love Song" (originally by THE CURE - later covered by 311) is included. Tonight, THE ROCK FATHER is pleased to present your first-listen to "Amber" from the album, and those who pre-order on iTunes will receive it as an instant download.
As we approach the five-year anniversary of the ROCK BAND platform this November, the folks at Harmonix just keep rolling out the new DLC to bring some fresh rock to both ROCK BAND 3, and the newly-released ROCK BAND BLITZ. Next week, 311 makes their Rock Band debut with a trio of tracks destined to be rocked by family and friends worldwide. The Rock Father has all the details below...