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It's just over 15 weeks until Christmas. I know, we can't wait either.
And what better way to ring in the birth of Our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ, than by sinking some beers? 24 to be precise.
Well, you're in luck, because BrewDog has just launched its Craft Beer Advent Calendar.
Priced at £49.95, the stonking box of booze includes 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.
If this is up your street, you can order you calendar here.
Aside from an end to the global pandemic, what more could you want this year?
If you can't wait to find out which beers are included in the calendar, however, here's a full list:
But if a box full of beer wasn't enough to whet your appetite, BrewDog says it's also carbon negative.
This is part of the company's £30 million investment plan that was launched earlier this year to remove carbon from the atmosphere and fight against climate change.
As well as neat packaging, the scheme also includes 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 colors to the mast."
You can order you calendar here.
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