A video version of our regular exploration of odd food and drink, this time with a beer that promises provocation and fruitiness – but can it deliver?
Can a festive novelty beer sold in discount supermarkets exceed expectations? We investigate on your behalf.
Pouring over the good, the bad and the ugly of festive gifts for friends, family or your own selfish pleasures.
Exploring an impressively fruity beer that is exclusively available in Aldi.
A beer label featuring a stylised naked figure is too much for North Carolina.
A collection of beautiful, outrageous and frankly baffling print adverts for beer from around the world.
The French adult producers lend their name to a couple of blonde beers.
Savouring the hugely impressive chocolate, caramel biscuit porter from the craft beer favourites.
A limited-edition collection of increasingly strong and adventurous Imperial Stouts with a horror movie theme – what’s not to like?
Testing out whether low or no alcohol beer and bubbly can ever compete with the real thing.
The latest novelty beer to hit the headlines sounds like a marriage made in Hell.
Awful aspirationalism, guilt-tripping grifters and insults to even the most undeveloped of intelligence – British TV advertising on daytime TV is a bombardment of dreadfulness.