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Viagra Beer!

Beer
04.19.2011

Those guys in Scotland from BrewDog are at it again. They’ve already done a 32% abv beer, a 41% abv beer, and a 55% beer stuffed in the body of a taxidermied squirrel. What possibly more could they do. Whatever it is, they’ve done it. If it’s actually true or not, I can’t tell but they are definitely for sale on their website and I’m sure this will receive stiff opposition. They have created a beer to commemorate the royal wedding of Price William and Kate Middleton and is quite unlike the last ceremonial beer we shared with you that was being brewed in honor of them. How they can get away with lacing a beer with a prescription drug is a bit farfetched, but I’m not one to spoil the fun.Brewdog Royal Virality Performance

A limited-edition beer containing Viagra to mark the forthcoming royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton on April 29th. Brewed using various well known aphrodisiacs, the limited edition artisanal beer will only be available to buy from the BrewDog.com website.

According to the specially commissioned label, the Royal Virility Performance contains Viagra, chocolate, Horny Goat Weed and ‘a healthy dose of sarcasm’. The beer is a 7.5% ABV India Pale Ale and has been brewed at BrewDog’s brewery in Fraserburgh.

With this beer we want to take the wheels off the royal wedding bandwagon being jumped on by dozens of breweries; The Royal Virility Performance is the perfect antidote to all the hype. A beer should be brewed with a purpose, not just because some toffs are getting married, so we created something at our brewery that will undermine those special edition beers and other assorted seaside tat, whilst at the same time actually give the happy couple something extra on their big day.

James Watt, Head of Stuff at BrewDog commented:

“We put a bottle in a jiffy bag marked ‘Prince Willy, Buckingham Palace’. We sent it by Royal Mail as we presume they are most likely to know where he lives. As the bottle says, this is about consummation, not commemoration, so we hope he gets it.”



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