Brewdog relaunch ‘Lost Lager’ and offer free four pack – for a limited time only
Brewdog are giving away four-packs of lager until 12th January
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Looking for a new tipple to get you through lockdown or one to celebrate the end of Dry January perhaps? Well Brewdog might just have beverage for you. They have just announced the relaunch one of their popular lager’s – but with a new planet-friendly recipe.
Yes Scottish craft brewer BrewDog, have unveiled the return of its fan favourite Lost Lager, with a new recipe that puts the planet first. To celebrate, Brewdog are offering a free four pack giveaway via its website. How good is that? And who doesn't love a free drink?
The four packs can be claimed via the BrewDog online shop – all customers need to do is sign up, and pay the price of postage. BrewDog has also committed to planting a tree in its BrewDog Lost forest for every pack claimed. It’s that easy.
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The packs will be shipped between the first packs will be dispatched from 8th of February, with any further redemptions dispatched from 22nd of February. The giveaway will close on the 12th of January at 7pm. So what are you waiting for?
The beer will later be launching exclusively at Tesco (online and instore), from January 26th 2021. To find your nearest Tesco supermarket, we’ve popped the store locator here for ease. You’ll also find opening and closing time information listed there as well.
The unique Lost Lager is brewed using surplus bread provided by local businesses, wind power from its turbines, and if that wasn’t enough the new streamlined process used in the brewing process uses a third less water.
This lager has been described as “a mind-blowingly delicious, crisp taste with stone-fruit notes, this is lager like it should be, with an extra dose of feel good.”
Sounds ideal for drinking in spring – hopefully surrounded by friends and family again.
Have you tried this lager before or excited to give it a go? Let us know in the comments box below.