Queen Elizabeth has approved the sale of two beers created from plants grown on her Sandringham estate in Norfolk - and they sound tasty!
The beers are made using spring barley grown on Sandringham's rolling farmland, and comes in two varieties a cold-filtered, traditional English "bitter" and a stronger Golden IPA described by the gift shop as "uniquely natural."
The bottles bear the Sandringham name alongside pictures of a hare and a pheasant.
This isn't the first time that the Queen has turned her hand to producing alcohol. Sandringham's gift shop already sells its own Celebration Gin, which is made in a distillery on the estate.