Scotland-based brewers Innis and Gunn are launching a limited edition ale to coincide with the release of the film adaptation of 50 Shades of Grey.
50 Shades of Green combines 50 different types of hops from across the world with natural ingredients – ginseng, ginkgo biloba, damiana – that have been specifically chosen for their stimulating and libido-enhancing properties.
The 4.2% ABV ale features an “intense flavour and seductively spicy aroma” and incorporates “scented notes of grapefruit, lemongrass and passion fruit”, its manufacturers said. A limited run of 200 bottles of the new beer will be produced in 330ml bottles for a price of £30 on the Scottish beer maker’s web shop.
Innis and Gunn’s Dougal Sharp said: “We had a lot of fun making this beer, doing things that have never been done before in brewing.
“Seriously, who wants Grey when they can have a love affair with something far more lively…? This is all about full-on flavour with a little bit of a kinky kick.”
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