The Pernod Ricard team were in London today (February 18) to flesh on the bones for their half year interim results which were announced last week.
Highland Cask has been matured in oak barrels previously used for 18-year old single malt whisky from the highlands of Scotland.
The new 33cl bottle carries an abv of 7.1% and is priced at £2.50/US$3.85.
It joins Innis & Gunn’s core range of Original, Blonde and Rum Cask oak-aged beers.
Dougal Sharp, Innis & Gunn managing director, said: “Earlier this year we were lucky enough to obtain some extremely rare oak barrels from a renowned distillery in the Highlands of Scotland.
“Once they had been emptied, we filled them with beer brewed to perfectly complement their rich, complex flavours.
“During a lengthy maturation, our beer slowly unlocked these delicious flavours from deep inside the oak to produce this delicious beer.”