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Australian Brewery Offering Year's Supply Of Free Beer For Best And Worst Isolation Mullet

Australian Brewery Offering Year's Supply Of Free Beer For Best And Worst Isolation Mullet

After spending weeks in isolation due to the coronavirus, you might well have been wondering what to do with your hair. Shave it all off? Grow it all out? Test out a new look while no one can see it?

Well, one Australian company has the answer - Moon Dog Brewery is offering a year's supply of beer for the best mullet to have been grown while in isolation.

To sweeten the deal, all applicants will get a four-pack of beer just to say thanks for choosing to go retro with your 'do.

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Posting on Instagram, Moon Dog Brewery said: "It's not like a Magnificent Mullet ever needs a reason or an excuse, but if ever you needed one, then surely isolation is what you've been looking for!

"Grab the clippers or the kitchen scissors and show us your best Iso Mullet!

"We're giving away a free four-pack of Jean-Strawb Van Damme to everyone who takes on the challenge, plus the best/worst mullet will score themselves a year's supply of beer and an epic prize pack including: Sea Salt Spray, Beef's Butter and a cap from our mates Beef Barber's.

"Of course, we'll need some before and after photo or video evidence so tag @moondogbrewing and @beefsbarbers on Instagram!"

If you want to see what an award-winning mullet looks like, then look no further than Rob Ayton.

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The 31-year-old graphic designer got his first mullet cut three years ago while on holiday in Australia and at first he wasn't keen.

He only had it done for a joke, but over the years the style began to grow on him and he kept it long at the back - going past his shoulders.

But on a return trip to Australia, Rob, from Devon in the UK, won Best International Mullet at the annual Mulletfest, held in Kurri Kurri, New South Wales.

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Rob said: "I was coming out here for a skateboarding competition and it just happened to time with me being out here for that so I could go out to Kurri Kurri and see the mullet fest itself.

Rob with his trophy. Credit: SWNS
Rob with his trophy. Credit: SWNS

"There was eight of us from all over the globe, it was good fun, a good laugh. Three years ago, I came over to Australia got a mullet haircut, chopped it up in irony really.

"I've never been a fan of the mullet or the rat's tail, but I have to say I do like the mullet now so my point of view has changed dramatically.

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"It genuinely feels like it's been a religious ceremony for me, Australia - you've been amazing."

Rob said his hair is currently down to his shoulder blades, and growing a good mullet takes 'time and patience', adding that you have to be able 'to handle a s*** tonne of negative feedback'.

Featured Image Credit: SWNS/Moon Dog Brewery Instagram

Topics: News, Australia

Stewart Perrie

Stewart Perrie is a Trending Journalist at LADbible. His first job was as a newsreader and journalist at the award winning Sydney radio station, Macquarie Radio. He was solely responsible for the content broadcast on multiple stations across Australia when the MH17, Germanwings and AirAsia disasters unfolded. Stewart has covered the conflict in Syria for LADbible, interviewing a doctor on the front line, and has contributed to the hugely successful UOKM8 campaign.