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BrewDog x That Peter Crouch Podcast

You can now share in the joy of BrewDog and That Peter Crouch Podcast working together to bring (our) great beers – like Black Heart – to the world.
Secondly… we’re guessing you’re probably here for the tickets to Crouchy’s bash at BrewDog Waterloo.
If so, just buy one of these PETER CROUCH BLACK HEART 12-packs and you’ll be in with a chance of a night out with the man himself (more details further down)


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Peter Crouch Black Heart 12-Pack


Stout ‧ 4.1% ‧ 12 x Can (440ml)

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Buy beer, get tickets (maybe)

Want to party with Crouchy? Of course you do. Simply buy the PETER CROUCH BLACK HEART pack on this page (note – has to be THIS pack of Black Heart specifically) and you will automatically go into a prize draw to win a pair of tickets to an exclusive event Crouchy and the podcast team will be hosting at BrewDog Waterloo later this month. If you’re one of the lucky winners we’ll pick at random… you’re there.

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New home of the pod

Maybe it was the slide in the bar. Maybe it was the unlimited chicken wings. Maybe it was the vast quantities of good beer on tap. Whatever it was, Crouchy, Chris and Statman Dave are now very happy to call BrewDog Waterloo their new home. Every episode of That Peter Crouch Podcast is now recorded at our flagship bar… which is a more than good enough reason for you to pop in for a pint if you’re ever in the vicinity.


Laout: gone but not forgotten

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RIP Laout. For a time, you changed the beer world. Then the Karls at the supermarkets failed to see your true potential… and now you’re gone forever.

If you have no idea what we’re talking about, Laout is/was a pretty simple equation. ‘La’ for lager + ‘out’ from stout = Laout. That’s it. Peter Crouch decided some time ago that mixing lager and stout in a glass made for a delicious beer cocktail. He called it Laout. He spent ages talking about it on That Peter Crouch Podcast. Enter… BrewDog.

Our brewing experts (aka the Beer Wizard and his colleagues) had a good look at what Crouchy loved about his concoction. After some tasting sessions on the podcast, our guys came up with a recipe for a beer which ticked all those boxes of the lager-stout mix.

The podcast fans went nuts for it – creating the can design, coming up with jingles and billboards, breaking the internet talking about it – and we brewed a belting beer. A 5.4% medley of dark malts with notes of coffee and chocolate; a body that was creamy but light, with a fizz that reminded you – there’s lager in there.

Maybe one day, the world will be ready to truly embrace the genius of Laout. Until then, we shall never forget you…