BrewDog launches Barnard Castle Eye Test Hazy IPA

Robyn Black

Robyn Black

28 May 2020

Touted as the short sighted beer for tall stories the beer is a New England, old school IPA,  dry-hopped for a juicy hit with pineapple, mango and a hint of zesty lime

The 6% abv brew went into production after the Scottish brewer asked its fans what it should call the beer, with options including: Cummings & Goings, 260 Miles, and Stay At Homes.

Demand for the beer has been so high it caused the online shop servers to briefly crash due to volume of visitors trying to pre-order, BrewDog claims.

Barnard Castle Eye Test Hazy IPA will be available within two weeks and is now available for pre-order. All profits made from the beer will go to funding its production of free sanitiser for the NHS & Health Care Charities.

6% abv, RRP £16.95/12 x 330ml pack, brewdog.com

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