Frank Turner launches his own beer

Believe is a 4.8% Belgian style wheat beer

Frank Turner launches his own beer

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Frank Turner has launched his very own signature beer.

The singer-songwriter has helped to create an ale called Believe, after his 2010 single 'I Still Believe'.

Working with Signature Brew in March of this year to formulate ideas, Turner has come up with a 4.8% Belgian style wheat beer which is said to be "a modern twist on the traditional wheat beer encompassing citrus and orange flavour". It has apparently been "designed to accompany long sunny afternoons".

Scroll down to watch a video about the making of the beer, in which Turner says he makes "beer drinking music".

Speaking about the beer, Turner said: "Being asked to design a beer was a new one for me - I don't know masses about beer, other than that I like drinking it a whole lot. In the end I learned a lot, had a fun evening getting hammered, and ended up with a beer with my name on the label, which is pretty much the pinnacle of any road-dog's ambitions. I'm very much looking forward to sinking a few with friends after a show."

For more information and details on how to order the beer, visit: Frankturnerbeer.com. A four pack costs £9.99, an eight pack £14.99 and a 24 pack is £39.99.

Frank Turner is currently recording the follow-up to his 2011 album 'England Keep My Bones' in Los Angeles.

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