The Sunday Toast ale has been infused with juices from Welsh lamb in the brewing process to create the ideal tipple for meat lovers.
The beer, made by Welsh firm the Conwy Brewery, is based on a Victoria style Porter and has the aroma of a traditional Sunday roast.
Brewer Gwynne Thomas said: “Seasonal beers are a specialty of ours, but we wanted to do something really different this Christmas to celebrate one of our country’s biggest exports.
“Welsh Lamb is renowned all over the world as being the best lamb around and Wales is very proud of it.
“As a brewer, it’s great to be able to celebrate this by bottling the essence of Welsh Lamb in a beer and we’re truly delighted with the end result.”
We wanted to do something really different this Christmas to celebrate one of our country’s biggest exports
The recipe for the dark ale includes roasted malts and sugar.
After being brewed it is bottled from the cask and kept warm for one week before its ready to drink.
The beer was created by food organisation Welsh Lamb for the run up to Christmas.
It features a hint of roast lamb alongside the taste of a winter warming ale.