French drinks company Pernod Ricard have collaborated with microbrewery Beavertown to create a specially made St Patrick's Day beer for its whisky brand Jameson.
With limited stock, they've only made 3000 bottles of this 9% ABV cask-aged Imperial stout, so you better hurry as they will sell out quickly. Called Ger'onmino, it's named after the 5th generation master cooper Ger Buckley, one of only two coopers left in Ireland who helped Beavertown choose which Jameson barrels to use to age the beer.
The final product has been described as bold and opulent, with hints of chocolate and caramel, rounded up by the sweet taste of Jameson to create a full-rounded beer. Selling at around £10 a beer, Ger'onmino will be available at selected outlets so make sure you've got your own for this St Patrick's Day.