The Wu-Tang Clan, the artistic inspiration for these craft beer names.
Killer Beers on the swarm!

Beer Names Inspired by the Wu-Tang Clan

The Drinking Continues. Wu-Tang! Wu-Tang!

These beers will leave you buzzed like a killer bee.

Tang (C.R.E.A.M. Ale)

Cash rules! 2 for 5s!

Gorham, Maine's Sebago Brewing Company nailed when they named their cream ale.

Woo-Tang IPA

From Flying Dreams, so named after the group and the city of Worcester itself.

Enter the Bru-Tang Tangerine Session IPA

The Tap Brewing just might have beat out Sebago if it weren't for the proper C.R.E.A.M. spelling.

The Saga Continues from Riverwalk Brewing Company in Newburyport, MA
The Wu-Tang grafitti font is a truth that is held to be evident on the label.

The Saga Continues

Even Newburyport's Riverwalk Brewing gets in on the Wu-Tang beer action, brewing up swarms of batches of The Saga Continues. Pour one out for ODB, son.

Bring Da Ruckus

Fortnight Brewing in North Carolina let's you try their brewing-style with Bring Da Ruckus, a NEIPA made with American, Germand, and New Zealand hops. By American hops ... were they grown in Staten Island?

Dock Street Beer Ain't Nothing To Funk With

Dock Street Brewery in Philadelphia brewed this specialty beer (Golden Saison) for six months with Wu-Tang's music vibrating through the brew constantly - no joke, 24/7 for six straight months - to see if it had any effect on the quality of the brew.

According to the outstanding scientific test, it did, as they served folks a control brew the night of the release and folks at the brewery claimed that the two tasted totally different.

“When yeast grows it produces flavor compounds. Vibrations are proven to cause yeast to grow more, which results in more flavor.” - Dock Street Masta Brewa

Perhaps the best part of it all is that Inspectah Deck, owner of some of the very best rap verses in history, showed to party with Dock Street. Did our invitation get lost? We'll always wonder.

About Wu-Tang Clan

The Wu-Tang Clan is a group of nine American rappers, formed in the New York City borough of Staten Island in 1992. They are widely considered to be one of the most influential hip hop groups of all time.

The Wu-Tang Clan's debut album, Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers), is considered one of the greatest albums in hip hop history. The group is known for their unique style and innovative techniques, which have influenced many other artists. The Wu-Tang Clan has also released several successful solo albums and collaborated with other artists on numerous projects.

In addition to their musical achievements, the Wu-Tang Clan has also been involved in various business ventures, including fashion, film, and real estate.

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