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Killer Labz rebrand is turning Brute BCAA into a more complete amino named Brute EAA

Killer Labz Brute Eaa

Yesterday we got a complete look at Killer Labz’s new version of its potent, hard-hitting pre-workout Stim Reaper, which is arriving in line with its complete rebrand. A day later, we have the same sort of breakdown for another supplement involved in the rebrand that’s also getting some changes made to its formula in the amino cocktail Brute BCAA.

The most significant change Killer Labz is making to Brute BCAA is that it’s no longer going to be just a BCAA product. The hardcore company is switching it to a more complete EAA supplement, where you get all nine EAAs to support muscle recovery, not just the three BCAAs. With that tweak, the name is, of course, going from Brute BCAA to Brute EAA.

Killer Labz Brute Eaa Label

The exact combined dose of all nine EAAs in Killer Labz’s Brute EAA is 6g, and in typical style of the brand, they are alongside some additional muscle-building ingredients. In combination with the 6g of EAAs, Brute EAA has a blend of the brand’s own Laxobulk smilax and epicatechin, and to top it all off, black pepper to improve and enhance absorption.

Killer Labz is releasing its reformulated and renamed Brute EAA next week, as well as the high-powered Stim Reaper and all of the other products involved in the rebrand. Brute EAA will be going live in a large 60-serving tub, or 30 if you want to double for 12g of EAAs a serving, and in four flavors, including Sour Gummy Worms and Southern Sweet Tea.