Hello My Name is Vladimir mocks Putin’s discriminatory legislation ahead of the Winter Olympics in Sochi.
50 per cent of profits from the sale of will be donated directly to charities that represent oppressed minorities around the world.
BrewDog has also sent a case of the limited edition beer to President Putin himself.
At 8.2% ABV double IPA and containing Limonnik berries, an ingredient regarded by some Russian hunters to enhance sexual performance in men, it sound like it packs a punch!
Hello My Name is Vladimir will be available for £2.89 per bottle in all BrewDog bars and brewdog.com from 4th February 2014.
James Watt, BrewDog co-founder commented:
“We sincerely hope that when Vladimir Putin is tired from a busy day riding horses with his top off, grappling with burly men on the Judo mat or fishing in his Speedos, he reclines on a velvet chaise longue and has one of his handsome helpers wet his whistle with a glass of Hello My Name is Vladimir.”
“As Hello My Name is Vladimir is clearly marked ‘not for gays’ we should bypass the legislation introduced by Putin outlawing supposed ‘homosexual propaganda’, so Vlad shouldn’t have an issue with it. He might even invite us to ride bareback with him in the Siberian mountains.”
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