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BrewDog and Tony’s Chocolonely are making a raspberry and white chocolate milkshake IPA


Drink heaven or hell? (Picture: Getty/Brewdog)

When it comes to popular food and drink pairings, white chocolate and pale ale don’t usually come to mind. 

But Scottish craft beer maker BrewDog has teamed up with Dutch chocolatier Tony’s Chocolonely for a brand new project. 

The two brands are set to bring out a raspberry and white chocolate milkshake IPA.

The brewer’s CEO James Watt teased the latest collaboration back in March, with a picture of a trio of cans featuring the Tony’s Chocolonely logo.

Then last week he tweeted again revealing that the two companies will be joining forces to make the unique drink.

He said: ‘Honoured to be collaborating with one of our all-time favourite companies @TonyChocolonely.

‘Their chocolate is incredible [and] we love their mission to make chocolate 100% slave free. 

‘We are going to be making a white chocolate and raspberry milkshake IPA.’

Tony’s Chocolonely CCO, Henk Jan Beltman, also shared the news on LinkedIn, saying: ‘Let’s make headway together. The honour and pleasure is all ours James Watt.’

Little else is known about the upcoming product, although the pictures of the cans suggest the drink comes in at 4.2% abv.

It seems like it’s a match made in heaven, too, as both companies are committed to sustainability and are driven to make the food and drink world a more ethical place.

Last year, BrewDog announced the world’s first carbon-negative beer club and over the years the brand has managed to gain support from young people for their forward-thinking projects.

But it looks like there’s another hybrid product that’s set to be big this summer…

Iced coffee popsicles could be the refreshing, caffeinated kick you turn to time and time again over the coming months.

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