Would You Drink Chocolate Milk From Alice Cooper for a Good Cause?

Benefiting the singer's Solid Rock organization

July 14, 2020

Be honest. When you think of Alice Cooper, you think about dunking some chocolate chip cookies into a cool glass of milk. Don’t lie. We all do. Lucky for us (well, not all of us, but our friends in Arizona) fans can now rest easy as the shock-rocker gets ready to release his very own dairy product.

Yes, Cooper now has his very own chocolate milk on the way and the proceeds from sales will benefit the rocker’s nonprofit organization, Solid Rock.

The faith-based organization administers the Rock Teen Center in Phoenix, AZ, which was forced to close during the current health crisis. The center focuses on providing free music instruction and lessons in creative arts to local young adults as a primary means of making lifelong impacts and helping to meet the spiritual, economical, physical, and social needs of the community.

Alongside Danzeisen Dairy, Cooper’s team will produce the drink to be available in stores and by home delivery across the singer’s home state beginning this fall. Fans wanting to grab a bottle but are too far away to get a fresh batch will be happy to hear that an option to purchase an empty container bearing Ol’ Black Eyes’ mug will be made available online as well.

Back in May, Cooper released a new song that takes on these uncertain times, titled "Don't Give Up" -- "a song about what we’ve all been going through right now, and about keeping our heads up and fighting back together."

Cooper will also be holding an exclusive "Rock N' Roll Master Class" this Wednesday, July 15th at 8PM to benefit the Solid Rock org and its ongoing work. Details are below.

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