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BrewDog to create Laout - a 'beer cocktail' made famous on Peter Crouch's podcast

A lager stout drink made popular by a football podcast will be brought to life by Scottish brewers BrewDog.

Published: April 20, 2022
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BrewDog have confirmed that they're going to make laout - a 'cocktail for beer lovers' that is often discussed on That Peter Crouch podcast.

Those who often tune into That Peter Crouch podcast, hosted by Peter Crouch and Chris Stark, will have heard the pair discuss football, but also a popular tipple - the laout.

The drink is mentioned in the bio of the show, with the team also tweeting out a recipe on how to make the lager/stout drink.

https://twitter.com/petercrouchpod/status/1363446355117674499

Now, Scottish brewers BrewDog have confirmed that they'll make laout.

In a promo for a new episode of the podcast, the new tweeted about the content of the episode, which includes BrewDog 'bringing the laout to life.'

Host Crouch, who is on holiday just now, replied saying: "hold on, is this happening" in response to BrewDog's laout, to which the brewers replied: "The Beer Wizard has spoken @petercrouch: yes. The Laout is happening."

Fans can now pre-order cans of Laout, priced from £5.95 for four cans and £16.95 for 12 cans, from the BrewDog website.

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The BrewDog team describe the drink as: "The LaOut. In all its glory. An outlandish lager-stout hybrid that combines the effervescent drinkability of a lager with the smooth decadence of a stout. The end result is a medley of dark malts with notes of coffee and chocolate, the body is creamy but light, with a fizz that reminds you: there’s lager in here."

BrewDog have made headlines over the last few years with some of their creations, including a Barnard Castle eye test IPA, which came about after the news that Dominic Cummings decided to ‘test his eye site’ by driving to to Barnard Castle during the first lockdown.

They also started a petition to rename Prestwick Airport Joe Biden International, when it was announced that Donald Trump was due to visit Scotland, and had huge success with a collaboration with Aldi.

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Known for cake making, experimental jam recipes, Champagne and gin drinking (and the inability to cook Gnocchi), Rosalind writes for The Scotsman on all things food and drink related as well as hosting Scran, The Scotsman's food and drink podcast.

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