B&M Is Selling Pringles Advent Calendars For People With A Savoury Tooth
The festive calendars contain 12 pots of Pringles - one for each day of Christmas - split evenly among four flavours: original, salt and vinegar, sour cream and onion, and BBQ.
They're on sale for £7.99, which is more pennies per Pringle compared to just buying a big tube, but then again, advent calendars have never really been about value, have they?
They're not really about being healthy either. Come to think of it, I'm not really sure what they're about at all.
I suppose they're about getting you excited for Christmas... which is currently three months away.
If you don't have a sweet tooth or a savoury tooth, but rather a booze tooth, then there is also an advent calendar for you.
Yes, BrewDog has launched a craft beer advent calendar, so you can have beer for breakfast. Sticking with the unhealthy advent theme, the calendar is comprised of 24 beers, including 15 brand new beers, as well as six online exclusives and two beers that you can only get your hands on in the advent calendar.
The complete list reads as follows:
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- Punk IPA
- Layer Cake Stout
- Juice Shack IPA
- Hoppy Xmas IPA
- Lock Down Pilsner
- Jet Stream IPA
- Double Punk
- Elvis Juice IPA
- Duopolis IPA
- Fake Empire IPA
- Hazy Jane IPA
- Dead Pony Club IPA
- Pale Ale
- Light Speed IPA
- Triple Hazy IPA
- Clockwork Tangerine IPA
- Lost Lager
- Double Hazy IPA
- Elvis Hammer IPA
- Jack Hammer Pale Ale
- Snowball Lager
- Jagged Edge Pale Ale
- Brewdog vs Cloudwater IPA
- Sour Grinch
The 'calendar' also comes with the added sweet taste of carbon negativity.
It's part of the company's £30 million ($38.16 million) investment plan that was launched earlier this year with the aim of removing carbon from the atmosphere and fighting climate change.
The scheme will see the growth of BrewDog Forest in the Scottish Highlands, which is a 2,050 acre site where the brewer has pledged to plant one million trees and restore 650 acres of peatland.
Speaking about the ambitious plans, James Watt, co-founder of BrewDog, said: "Our Carbon. Our Problem. So, we are going to fix it ourselves.
"The scientific consensus is clear: we are sleepwalking off the edge of a cliff. Unless the world confronts the urgent carbon problem, science tells us that the results will be catastrophic. There has been too much bulls*** for too long.
"Governments have proved completely inept in the face of this crisis. The change our world and society needs, has to come from progressive business and we want to play our role and nail our colours to the mast."
Nothing says Christmas like being p*ssed off carbon negative beer by 11am, eh?
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