There's something particularly comforting about the shower beer – that's the cold beer you take into the shower with you after a long day, for the uninitiated.
And now independent brewer BrewDog has made it easier to pick a tipple to take in with you with the launch of its first shower beer, aptly named Lock Down.
Lock Down is a "refreshing, German-style pilsner", which the company describes as having a "guava and grapefruit twist".
"It delivers drinkers a fresh, fruit hit, a guaranteed thirst quencher – to be enjoyed in a whole new way at home," the brewer says. "Lock Down is designed to be clean and refreshing. Just like your shower."
"Lock Down. Stay home."
It's not the only isolation-themed venture that BrewDog has undertaken in recent weeks. In late March, it announced it would be switching production from beer to hand sanitiser, though it had to re-jig its recipe as the first batch wasn't quite strong enough for medical use.
It will also be turning its pubs into "virtual bars", where "locals and regulars" will have a chance to "reconnect and share a beer".
They'll have virtual pub quizzes, will be streaming live music and comedy, and will also be hosting giveaways.
And if Brewdog doesn't float your boat? Try our list of the best beer subscription services – there's sure to be one you'll like. Many of these companies are also hosting virtual pub sessions, too, so plenty to keep you occupied.
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