UK: Brewdog Tokyo* beer banned by watchdog

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 3 December 2009

Scottish brewer BrewDog's controversial Tokyo* beer has been banned from bars, clubs and shops across the UK by the Portman Group, the drinks industry's self-regulatory body.

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Scottish brewer BrewDog's controversial Tokyo* beer has been banned from bars, clubs and shops across the UK by the Portman Group, the drinks industry's self-regulatory body.

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