Royal Virility Performance: The First Beer Brewed With Viagra

Royal Virility Performance by BrewDog. (BrewDog.com)

Royal Virility Performance by BrewDog. (BrewDog.com)

Because there isn’t enough alcohol and testosterone-influenced shennanigans at happy hour, BrewDog sells a beer laced with Viagra. Via FOX News:

Forget the little blue pill. A British company has brewed the first beer laced with Viagra.

The new brew is called Royal Virility Performance, and has been specially created to mark the upcoming Royal Wedding.

Downing just three bottles is equivalent to taking one pill of Viagra, which enhances men’s sexual performance.

The 7.5 percent alcohol India Pale Ale also contains extra aphrodisiacs including horny goat weed and even chocolate.

The makers of the beer, BrewDog, have even sent several bottles to Prince William for his wedding night.

Just 40 bottles of the beer will be produced initially, and will go on sale the day of the Royal Wedding, April 29, at BrewDog.com. All the proceeds go to the charity Centrepoint, which Prince William supports. But buyers will be limited to one bottle each due to the powerful effects.

[Continues at FOX News]

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  • Haystack

    …but good luck getting a girl to go home with you with one of those in your hand.

  • Haystack

    …but good luck getting a girl to go home with you with one of those in your hand.

  • DeepCough

    Nothing encourages daterape quite like an alcoholic beverage with Viagra in it.

  • DeepCough

    Nothing encourages daterape quite like an alcoholic beverage with Viagra in it.

    • Butter Knife

      As part of my attempts to be less of a despicable and loathsome individual, I will refrain from making any jokes regarding low cut shirts, long hair, blonde hair, purple clothing, or the act of being female as encouraging date rape. I will also refrain from using the phrase “totally asking for it”.

      You’re welcome, everybody.

      • dumbsaint

        People with blonde hair are asking to be raped? Great ‘joke’.

        • Butter Knife

          Precisely my point.

  • Butter Knife

    As part of my attempts to be less of a despicable and loathsome individual, I will refrain from making any jokes regarding low cut shirts, long hair, blonde hair, purple clothing, or the act of being female as encouraging date rape. I will also refrain from using the phrase “totally asking for it”.

    You’re welcome, everybody.

  • http://hormeticminds.blogspot.com/ Chaorder Gradient

    hmm i’m imagining the effects of a bunch of chicks drinking this not knowing what it is.

  • http://hormeticminds.blogspot.com/ Chaorder Gradient

    hmm i’m imagining the effects of a bunch of chicks drinking this not knowing what it is.

  • Hadrian999

    so is viagra not a prescription drug in Jolly ol’

  • Hadrian999

    so is viagra not a prescription drug in Jolly ol’

  • Anonymous

    People with blonde hair are asking to be raped? Great ‘joke’.

  • Andrew

    What a classy way to mark such an historic and holy occasion!

  • Andrew

    What a classy way to mark such an historic and holy occasion!

  • Butter Knife

    Precisely my point.

  • PlumbersFriend

    Since I don’t need performance enhancing drugs cuz the plumbing is working fine & my pipe ain’t rusty, I doubt that I’ll spring for one of the 1st forty bottles of Brew Dog India pale ale, tho I bet it’s tasty!

    Besides, just one bottle per customer when three is required for a full dose? At what cost in £’s sterling? As “Andrew” commented, this ain’t a classy way to commemorate the day. Hopefully for the Prince, the event has already been consummated, rendering the conjugal wedding night performance perfunctory.

    Indeed, I’ll hoist a glass to the royal couple & cheer, “Off with her knickers!”

  • PlumbersFriend

    Since I don’t need performance enhancing drugs cuz the plumbing is working fine & my pipe ain’t rusty, I doubt that I’ll spring for one of the 1st forty bottles of Brew Dog India pale ale, tho I bet it’s tasty!

    Besides, just one bottle per customer when three is required for a full dose? At what cost in £’s sterling? As “Andrew” commented, this ain’t a classy way to commemorate the day. Hopefully for the Prince, the event has already been consummated, rendering the conjugal wedding night performance perfunctory.

    Indeed, I’ll hoist a glass to the royal couple & cheer, “Off with her knickers!”

  • Harry_Dickson

    i think everyone in the world should tuck their head into the asses and kiss themselves goodbye because this is a sign of the coming apocalypse

  • Harry_Dickson

    i think everyone in the world should tuck their head into the asses and kiss themselves goodbye because this is a sign of the coming apocalypse

  • Infotoxxin

    £10 a bottle, just 40 of them produced, 1 per customer, mail order only.
    I dare say many of them will never even be consumed…

    It’s a joke people, not rape-fuel, wise up.

  • Infotoxxin

    £10 a bottle, just 40 of them produced, 1 per customer, mail order only.
    I dare say many of them will never even be consumed…

    It’s a joke people, not rape-fuel, wise up.

  • Anonymous

    Lazy reporting from Fox there. It might be better to look at BrewDog’s own site to get some more accurate information rather than use the notoriously unreliable Sun as a source.

    1. There will be 1,000 bottles originally produced- not 40 as stated in the article.

    2. There is no mention on their site as to how much viagra is actually in the beer. Unless there has been an official press-release from the brewery containing that information, it would be fair to say that the Sun made up the figure that three bottles are equivalent to one pill- it has a long and shameful history of fabricating facts.

    3. “Buyers will be limited to one bottle each” Well, I’ve just put 10 of them in my cart on the BrewDog website and gone right through to the payment screen where it’s asking for authorisation to charge 10 bottles to my credit card. At this stage I’m declining but there’s no indication whatsoever that I wouldn’t receive those 10 bottles if I wanted to- another spurious fact from the Sun.

    4. “All the proceeds go to the charity Centrepoint.” Er, not quite. Again a look at BrewDog’s site would show “This craft ale will cost £10 per bottle, with 20% of all proceeds going to the charity Centrepoint, which Prince William supports.” 20% is hardly equivalent to all. I guess the author of the piece in the Sun must have skipped part of that sentence.

    5. “If the new beer is a success, the company plans to continue production.” More BS. The brewers clearly state that the beer is a limited edition of 1,000 bottles. “Just 1,000 bottles of the beer will be sold via BrewDog.com” indicates that they will not be making any more- the same tactic they adopted with their other one-off and commemorative brews which they have never put into full production.

    6. “The makers of the beer, BrewDog, have even sent several bottles to Prince William for his wedding night.” This statement only appears in Fox’s article- it’s not mentioned in the Sun- and is, again, at odds with what BrewDog have publicly stated on their site. “…the brewery has sent a complimentary bottle to Prince William himself.”

    In fact it goes a little further:

    James Watt, Head of Stuff at BrewDog commented:
    “We put a bottle in a jiffy bag marked ‘Prince Willy, Buckingham Palace’. We sent it by Royal Mail as we presume they are most likely to know where he lives. As the bottle says, this is about consummation, not commemoration, so we hope he gets it.”

    BrewDog are excellent at self-promotion and frequently brew beers designed to excite the media and raise their profile, knowing full-well that there will be a mountain made out of a molehill. It looks as if the bait has been taken again.

  • Dave_Plankton

    Lazy reporting from Fox there. It might be better to look at BrewDog’s own site to get some more accurate information rather than use the notoriously unreliable Sun as a source.

    1. There will be 1,000 bottles originally produced- not 40 as stated in the article.

    2. There is no mention on their site as to how much viagra is actually in the beer. Unless there has been an official press-release from the brewery containing that information, it would be fair to say that the Sun made up the figure that three bottles are equivalent to one pill- it has a long and shameful history of fabricating facts.

    3. “Buyers will be limited to one bottle each” Well, I’ve just put 10 of them in my cart on the BrewDog website and gone right through to the payment screen where it’s asking for authorisation to charge 10 bottles to my credit card. At this stage I’m declining but there’s no indication whatsoever that I wouldn’t receive those 10 bottles if I wanted to- another spurious fact from the Sun.

    4. “All the proceeds go to the charity Centrepoint.” Er, not quite. Again a look at BrewDog’s site would show “This craft ale will cost £10 per bottle, with 20% of all proceeds going to the charity Centrepoint, which Prince William supports.” 20% is hardly equivalent to all. I guess the author of the piece in the Sun must have skipped part of that sentence.

    5. “If the new beer is a success, the company plans to continue production.” More BS. The brewers clearly state that the beer is a limited edition of 1,000 bottles. “Just 1,000 bottles of the beer will be sold via BrewDog.com” indicates that they will not be making any more- the same tactic they adopted with their other one-off and commemorative brews which they have never put into full production.

    6. “The makers of the beer, BrewDog, have even sent several bottles to Prince William for his wedding night.” This statement only appears in Fox’s article- it’s not mentioned in the Sun- and is, again, at odds with what BrewDog have publicly stated on their site. “…the brewery has sent a complimentary bottle to Prince William himself.”

    In fact it goes a little further:

    James Watt, Head of Stuff at BrewDog commented:
    “We put a bottle in a jiffy bag marked ‘Prince Willy, Buckingham Palace’. We sent it by Royal Mail as we presume they are most likely to know where he lives. As the bottle says, this is about consummation, not commemoration, so we hope he gets it.”

    BrewDog are excellent at self-promotion and frequently brew beers designed to excite the media and raise their profile, knowing full-well that there will be a mountain made out of a molehill. It looks as if the bait has been taken again.

    • Andrew

      Good debunking!

  • Andrew

    Good debunking!

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