BrewDog hides 10 beer cans made of solid gold with punters in for £25k prize

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BrewDog has hidden 10 gold Punk IPA cans made of solid gold – with lucky customers set for a £25,000 prize.

Each of the 10 cans, which come in 12-packs, are worth £15,000.

Anyone who comes across them will then be given £10,000 in stock with the Scottish brewer.

It's also offering a VIP tour of its headquarters in Ellon, Scotland, with founders James Watt and Martin Dickie.

Punters can order the 12-packs from BrewDog’s website, which are being shipped over the next four weeks.

Co-founder James tweeted today: “We shipped the first few gold Punk cans today!

“To save the actual gold cans getting damaged in transit we ship a labelled, numbered Punk can to let the lucky winners know, then we send them their prize in a presentation box.”

Just days before the coronavirus lockdown, Brewdog announce it had started manufacturing hand sanitiser to help with shortages.

Back in July, Brewdog unveiled plans for a series of roadside watering holes.

They will feature a fast food-style takeaway service which will allow customers to stock up without leaving their cars.

Sites will also include a filling ­station-type forecourt and shop complete with signs displaying the latest prices of its tipples.

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The Brit brewer will pilot the venture at a UK location which is yet to be decided.

Outlets are also planned in Germany, the US and Australia.

Customers will be able to return reusable mini-kegs and containers and pick up new supplies of beer.

The firm tweeted: “There will be beer collection points, hubs for electric vehicle deliveries & hubs for closed loop, zero waste packaging such as growlers, mini-kegs & returnable bottles.”

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