A beer inspired by chef Rick Stein's dog is to be sold across the country.
Chalky's Bite is named after the chef's well-known companion, who died in January aged 17, and will soon be sold in Sainsbury's stores across the UK.
Cornwall-based brewery Sharp's worked with Stein to come up with a beer which would go well with seafood.
The beer was created before Chalky's demise but Joe Keohane, from the brewery, said it now provided a fitting tribute to a "much-loved" dog.
The beer was created when Stein challenged Sharp's head brewer Stuart Howe to create a beer to drink with seafood dishes.
Chalky, became well-known through his appearances on Stein's television series and a House of Commons motion was even tabled to pay tribute to him.