Jeremy Clarkson hilariously took matters into his own hands after he revealed his latest beer advert was banned from TV.
In December 2021, the Clarkson’s Farm frontman, 62, announced that the promo for his Hawkstone lager wouldn’t be shown on the small screen as it was deemed ‘offensive.’
At the time, he said: ‘Bad news. I made a TV commercial to advertise my new Hawkstone Lager, which is made in the valley from Diddly Squat Farm.
‘We were going to show it in the middle of Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? but I’ve had an email from the lawyers saying that the scene where I take a swig and say ‘f**k me that’s good’, contravenes a number of regulations’
However, after four months, the star decided to treat his Instagram followers to the controversial advert.
‘One-day little plant when you’re all big and grown-up, you’re going to be Hawkstone lager, and you’re going to make everyone p***ed,’ he said while lying on the grass.
Highlighting his frustration over the ad’s removal, Jeremy wrote: ‘Irritatingly, this ad has been banned because it turns out, you aren’t allowed to say that drinking lots of lager will make you drunk.’
Jeremy’s Clarkson Farm sidekick Kaleb Cooper couldn’t help but give his co-star a stern warning.
‘Don’t lay on my spring barley. Go see how my apple trees are doing,’ he replied.
Jeremy’s Hawkstone Lager came about after he found the ‘hard and unforgiving’ Cotswold Brash soil on his farm yielded unusually high quality malting barley which is perfect for brewing.
He teamed up with the local Cotswold Brewery’s Rick and Emma Keene to create the ‘very highest quality premium lager’, naming it after the Neolithic standing stone situated close to Jeremy’s farm.
The Grand Tour host recently tested positive for Covid and simply shared a picture of his antigen test and wrote: ‘B***ocks.’