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IRN-BRU 1901, A Very Special Vintage Recipe, No Caffeine, Full Sugar, Taste The First Ever IRN-BRU Recipe - 12 x 330ml Cans

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Now, fans can rest easy knowing the 750ml glass bottles of the ginger nectar will be available for them to enjoy year-round – just as it was in 1901. According to a 2003 BBC report, a billboard which featured a depressed goth and the slogan "Cheer up Goth. It can be found in key tourist areas such as the Balearic Islands, the Spanish coastal region and Canary Islands with both the regular and sugar-free variant available. Now it’s back for good, so people can enjoy it year-round with the first bottles going on shelves today. A 2009 advertisement for the product featured a group of high school pupils performing a musical number, with the refrain "It's fizzy, it's ginger, it's phenomenal!

The Sun", "Sun", "Sun Online" are registered trademarks or trade names of News Group Newspapers Limited. In the event of any safety concerns or for any other information about a product please carefully read any instructions provided on the label or packaging and contact the manufacturer.This advertisement was broadcast in 2000, but when it was repeated in 2003, it led to seventeen complaints [58] about it being offensive to members of the transgender community. They had to withdraw from the market again in 2009 as a result of problems with production agreements and lack of funding for marketing. A later attempt came in the form of an official Irn-Bru flavour in the Red Square line-up of vodka-based drinks; this too has been discontinued. So, a local soft drinks manufacturer named AG Barr brought to them a tonic-like drink that could get the workers through a hard day's graft.

In March 2010, Health Canada repealed the ban on caffeine in clear coloured soft drinks and now bottles of Irn-Bru have the label 'Now Contains caffeine' on the packaging.Alongside penicillin, tarmacadam and the bicycle, there is another Scottish invention that has genuinely rocked the world: Irn Bru". Barr changed the formula of Irn-Bru in January 2018 in response to a sugar tax implemented in the UK in April 2018, intended to combat obesity. One involved a grandfather (played by actor Robert Wilson) who removed his false teeth to spoil his grandson's interest in his can of Irn-Bru.

Barr has a long-established gimmick associating Irn-Bru with Scottishness, stemming from the claim of its being Scotland's most popular soft drink.An advertisement for Barr's Iron Brew dated 1900 featuring the original strongman label can be found in Falkirk's Local History Archives. You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice. Irn-Bru was the only soft drink on sale at the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow, Scotland, due to a sponsorship arrangement.

The Irn Bru 1901 drink comes in 750ml glass bottles and contains 11g of sugar, no caffeine and Irn Bru's secret flavouring. One billboard that drew criticism featured a young woman in a bikini along with the slogan "Diet Irn-Bru. While we have taken care in preparing this summary and believe it to be accurate, it is not a substitute for reading the product packaging and label prior to use.

In 2012 the company changed its slogan to "gets you through", which see a number of people drinking Irn-Bru to get through tough situations. Barr launched an alcopop drink combining Irn-Bru and Bell's whisky, although this proved to be unpopular and was discontinued. Rather than cans, it has launched in 750ml glass bottles and will be available year-round as part of the brand’s core range.

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