We don’t sell the Gordon Christmas Beer Gift Pack anymore, sorry!

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Awfully sorry about the packaging, but if you can mop your eyes with something bland and focus for a moment, we’ll tell you a little story about Gordon Christmas Beer.

This delightful ruby-coloured beer was originally brewed for servicemen during the First World War. However, the Belgians developed quite a taste for its deep-roasted malty flavour and decided to continue brewing it. To this day the recipe has barely changed and it has come to be regarded as the very first traditional Christmas brew. Now, where Gordon Christmas Beer led the way, thousands of others seasonal brews have followed.

And now you can celebrate this squaddie-friendly bubbly stuff with the Gordon Christmas Beer Gift Pack. Boasting four 33cl bottles and one glass, it’s a great gift for the beer lover in your life and a wonderful slice of brewing history. Just don’t stare at it for too long or your retinas might detach. Cheers!

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Product info

Awfully sorry about the packaging, but if you can mop your eyes with something bland and focus for a moment, we’ll tell you a little story about Gordon Christmas Beer.

This delightful ruby-coloured beer was originally brewed for servicemen during the First World War. However, the Belgians developed quite a taste for its deep-roasted malty flavour and decided to continue brewing it. To this day the recipe has barely changed and it has come to be regarded as the very first traditional Christmas brew. Now, where Gordon Christmas Beer led the way, thousands of others seasonal brews have followed.

And now you can celebrate this squaddie-friendly bubbly stuff with the Gordon Christmas Beer Gift Pack. Boasting four 33cl bottles and one glass, it’s a great gift for the beer lover in your life and a wonderful slice of brewing history. Just don’t stare at it for too long or your retinas might detach. Cheers!