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A certain amount of controversy follows in the wake of the BrewDog brewery; not least this video advert for their latest high-alcohol offering.

Offended? Racist? Personally I think its laugh-out-loud funny. Items like shooting a penguin at a battleship is just gloriously funny.

The 41% Alcohol beer itself is now available in 330ml bottles at £40 each. I seldom buy a full bottle of wine at this price point so a small bottle of beer doesn’t stand an earthly… or does it?


Sink the Bismarck! from BrewDog on Vimeo.

For your chance to taste Sink the Bismark! head to the Rake, Borough Market, London on Friday (19th Feb) from 8pm to 10pm. (The Rake – 14 Winchester Walk Southwark London SE1 9AG)

8pm-10pm on Friday 19th February – just drop by between these times. The tasting is free and will be in the upstairs room.


3 Comments »

  1. tonytowner says:

    Fantastic and very funny, but it is down to taste I suppose. I agree that shelling out that kind of money for a bottle of beer is not likely to happen. I prefer looking at wine glasses rather than beer glasses anyday!

  2. Shane says:

    £40 for a 330ml bottle? Thats the equivalent of £120 per litre! I doubt you will catch many wine merchants stocking that!

  3. a little out of my league I have to say.

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