New Delhi: British Airways will offer beer brewed in-flight to its customers from May 1. Also Read - Vande Bharat Mission: British Airways Begins Flight Operations From Hyderabad to London
The airline and Scottish craft brewery, BrewDog, have teamed up to create a transatlantic IPA (Indian Pale Ale) to celebrate the airline’s centenary, according to a release. Also Read - Air Travel Latest News: British Airways Announces Flights to London From These 4 Cities From August 17
It would also be world’s first “brewed beer at 40,000 feet,” the release issued by the airline said. Also Read - International Flights: India-UK Finalise Air Bubble, British Airways Opens Bookings For Flights From Delhi to London | Check Date
“Cans of the bespoke IPA, named Speedbird 100 after the airline’s call sign, will be exclusively available to British Airways customers on board all long-haul and short-haul flights and in selected lounges from May 1,” it noted.
The airline also said the recipe has been specifically brewed to work perfectly in the air and adapt to the reduction in taste and smell sensitivity at high altitudes.