food: July 2012 Archives

275x250.jpg We hope they won't be drinking this beer in the Olympic Athletes' Village, because 'Never Mind the Anabolics' has been brewed containing eight ingredients that are banned for professional athletes.

The limited edition beer contains creatine, guarana, lycii berries, kola nut, Gingko, matcha tea, maca powder and steroids - all banned at the Olympics due to performance enhancing effects.

Scottish craft brewery, BrewDog says it launched the beer in a bid to undermine global sponsorship deals for this summer’s games.

James Watt, cofounder of BrewDog said: "It seems a beer laced with performance enhancing ingredients isn’t actually illegal, but it is definitely frowned upon.

275x250.jpg Ikea is best known for selling flat-pack furniture, but you're more likely to want a bottle-opener than a screwdriver for their latest products … because IKEA has started selling beer.

The Swedish furniture store has launched two beers, a dark lager and a regular brew, which are currently only available in the UK but are set to be rolled out world-wide in August.

Brewed by IKEA themselves, the dark lager 'ÖL MÖRK LAGER' and the lighter alternative 'ÖL LJUS LAGER' both retail for £1.75 and have a 4.7% ABV. Both bottle feature the famous blur and yellow logo.

While we are always happy to see more places selling beer, we're not sure this is going to make assembling that TV stand any easier.




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