12 Celebrities That Have Their Own Craft Beer

In honor of James Hinchcliffe releasing his Flat12 Collaboration Hinchtown Hammerdown, we wanted to see what other famous athletes and celebrities were creating their very own craft beer. Scroll down for the full list. 


The Hanson Brothers: MmmHops (Hanson Brothers Beer Company)

Photo By: Getty Images

Photo By: Getty Images

White Sox player, Frank Thomas: Big Hurt Beer (Minhas Craft Brewery)

Photo credit: Jimmy Atoa

Photo credit: Jimmy Atoa

 Tom Green: The Tom Green Beer (Beau's Brewing Company)

Photo courtesy of Washington Capitals

Photo courtesy of Washington Capitals

Wil Wheaton: Farking Wheaton w00tStout (Stone Brewing Company)

Image Courtesy of The Hollywood Reporter

Image Courtesy of The Hollywood Reporter

Adrian Grenier: Churchkey Pilsner Style Beer (Churchkey Can Company)

Photo courtesy of Michael Kovac/WireImage.com

Photo courtesy of Michael Kovac/WireImage.com

Hootie and the Blowfish: Hootie's Homegrown Ale (Rock Brother's Brewing)

Photo courtesy of Capitol Nashville

Photo courtesy of Capitol Nashville

Guided By Voices: BEER Thousand (Dogfish Head Brewery)

Photo courtesy of Cory Schwartz/Getty Images

Photo courtesy of Cory Schwartz/Getty Images

Iron Maiden: Trooper (Robinsons Brewery)

Photo courtesy of John McMurtie

Photo courtesy of John McMurtie

Queen: Bohemian Lager (Pivovar Protivín)

 Image courtesy of Queen Productions Ltd.

 Image courtesy of Queen Productions Ltd.

Paul Mccartney: OLD STINKHORN Organic Ale (paul mccartney estate) 

Mary McCartney/Courtesy of the artist

Mary McCartney/Courtesy of the artist

Mac Miller: 12:50 (Dogfish Head Brewery)

Mac Miller ( Photo Courtesy of Life or Death)

Mac Miller ( Photo Courtesy of Life or Death)

James Hinchcliffe: Hinchtown Hammerdown (Flat12 Bierwerks)

Photo Courtesy of IRL.com

Photo Courtesy of IRL.com

Don't miss our Hinchtown Hammerdown Can Prix Release Party April 2nd (More info). 

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