Steroid-packed beer contains Olympic banned substancesJuly 26th, 2012 - 6:40 pm ICT by Aishwarya Bhatt
London, July 26 (THAINDIAN NEWS) ‘Never Mind the Anabolics’ is a beer that has been described as a limited edition beer. This beer has been banned from the Olympics because it is said to contain substances that are not allowed to be ingested by those who are taking part in the Olympics.
This special beer is known to contain lycii berries, kola nut, matcha tea, guarana, maca powder, creatine and steroids. All these substances are said to enhance performance and have therefore been said to be illegal for those who are taking part in the Olympics.
BrewDog, a Scottish craft brewery which is the manufacturer of the beer said that they came up with the beer so that they could undermine the summer games’ global sponsorship deals. The co-founder of BrewDog said that he does not think that the beer is as absurd and as obnoxious as fast food and mega breweries that seem to control the games.
He claimed that they were aiming to provide the best beer that would help those who are participating in the Olympics to feel better. He also added that the beer was made so that he could help those who are performing in the Olympics to perform better and also to relax after the games.
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