Made in Chilliwack beer inspired by punk legends D.O.A.

They're dubbing the punk show in Chilliwack on Aug. 24 "beer meets band."

They’re dubbing the show “beer meets band.”

It promises to be quite a night Aug. 24 at the District when hardcore punk legends D.O.A. perform, and possibly sample their namesake D.O.Ale by Old Yale Brewing.

Chilliwack’s own Clarence will open the show.

Organizers say it’s the only Canadian stop before D.O.A. heads out on their USA Farewell Tour to perform raw, unabashedly left-leaning songs that champion anything from freedom of speech to anti-war themes.

The CBC-inspired D.O.Ale is brewed in Chilliwack, and the show will be the first time that “beer meets band” from one of the 28 craft beer draught taps at the pub at Five Corners.

D.O.A. are credited with being the founders of hardcore punk in the second wave of North American punk.

Limited transportation from downtown Vancouver will be provided by the RocketBus to the event. EventBrite.com for tickets, categories: Concerts & Tour Dates

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