“Kill in the Cure” IPA

Digital render of beer can design.

Upstate New Yorkers, Harvard grads, and next-gen rockers Jocelyn & Chris Arndt have partnered with Canandaigua craft brewery Peacemaker Brewing Company on a special limited-edition brew dubbed Kill in the Cure IPA. The brainchild of Chris Arndt, his father Ted Arndt, and Peacemaker’s founder and chief brewer Todd Reardon, this limited-run near will be a hoppy New England IPA (ABV 7%) with a juicy bite inspired by Jocelyn & Chris’s new single “Kill in the Cure.” The beer’s slogan? “Kill the pain, cure the blues.”


Brewed and bottled at Peacemakers headquarters in Canandaigua, NY, the 16 oz. can will be sold at select Wegmans supermarkets and specialty craft brew shops in the region as well as at the Arndts’ shows across upstate New York this summer, including their headline performance at the Brew York Festival (July 20th). Each can will feature a direct Spotify code for their new single “Kill in the Cure,” allowing consumers to immediately listen to the track while enjoying the beverage. “Kill in the Cure” was Billboard’s #1 Most Added song to Triple A radio in the US in its first week.

Listen to “Kill in the Cure” here: