Cheltenham Festival fans will be able to drink the “world’s most expensive” pint Guinness.

While racing enthusiasts digest it all Latest tips for day 3, Online bookie Fitzdares can enjoy a different drink after releasing a blend of Irish hard and sparkling wine that will cost drinkers £20 a pint.

The CEO of Fitzdares will mix the “Club Black Velvet” thick black beer equally with British wrath, claiming he concocted the drink to celebrate the new post-Brexit deal agreed in Windsor in late February for Northern Ireland.

William Woodhams also hopes that high-cost binge drinking can stop drinkers complaining about the price of a regular Guinness beer.

“Every year there is more and more controversy about the price of Guinness. Cheltenham It’s the festival and frankly we’re tired of it,” Woodhams He told the Daily Star.

“So, to kindly scold complainers and celebrate recent political maneuvers, we have created the world’s most expensive – and best – pint black drink with a blend of premium British sparkling wine and Guinness, produced in Dublin.

“Isn’t it the perfect way to celebrate free trade and the Windsor protocol between our two great nations? Irish visitors to Cheltenham can afford it with strong currencies. Yours is £20.”

Guinness produced by industry giants diageoIt was originally produced in Dublin in 1759 and is one of the most successful alcohol brands in the world.

“Club Black Velvet” will be available throughout the race meeting at the Fitzdares Club on the racetrack and at sister venues in the Cotswolds, and in the upscale London district of Belgravia.

The Cheltenham Festival takes place from Tuesday 14 March to Friday 17 March.