Scottish craft beer maker BrewDog has exposed its latest cooperation with the Dutch chocolatier Tony’s Chocolonely.
The collaboration was teased by BrewDog CEO James Watt on Twitter back in March, when he stated: “Really thrilled about this one!
is among our preferred companies [and] we enjoy their objective to make chocolate 100 per cent slave complimentary. We are working with them on a cooperation brew But what should we make?”
Then several weeks later on, on 8 April, Watt tweeted once again validating that the 2 business will be producing a white chocolate and raspberry milkshake IPA.
Sharing a picture of the product, it appears to have been named “Tony’s Hopolonely”.
Watt stated: “Honoured to be teaming up with one of our all-time favourite companies
” Their chocolate is unbelievable [and] we enjoy their objective to make chocolate 100 percent slave totally free.
” We are going to be making a white chocolate & raspberry milkshake IPA.”
He likewise shared the news on LinkedIn, where Tony’s Chocolonely CCO, Henk Jan Beltman, reacted: “let’s make headway together. the honor and pleasure is all ours James Watt.”
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Both companies have a strong commitment to sustainability and a mission to develop change in their respective fields.
In 2015, BrewDog revealed the world’s very first carbon-negative beer club and has actually handled to gain substantial traction amongst young people for their forward-thinking efforts.
On their website, they stated: “In addition to helping our staff member determine their carbon footprint we help them track it too and we deal with our lead scientific consultant Teacher Mike Berners-Lee to provide routine ideas on how to reduce their influence on the world.
” We wish to set a new standard for sustainability and be a catalyst for the change that our world so terribly requires.”
It was also the exact same brand that produced a “Barnard Castle Eye Test” beer in 2020, following the Dominic Cummings lockdown debate.
The brewery and bar chain explained the limited-edition beverage, made with pineapple, mango and lime, as: “Brief sighted beer for high stories.”