Bring Me The Horizon Launches Vegan BBQ Sauce With Artisan Brand
Bring Me The Horizon launches vegan hot sauce with Lou's Brews The spicy sauce promises to 'crank your barbecues up to the next level' this summer - Media Credit: Instagram

Bring Me The Horizon Launches Vegan BBQ Sauce With Artisan Brand

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Rock band Bring Me The Horizon has announced the launch of a vegan BBQ hot sauce with artisan brand, Lou’s Brews.

Syko Juice, complete with a ‘spicy kick’, is available this month online.

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It’s inspired by lead vocalist Ollie Sykes’ surname.

And, the hot sauce partnership follows in the footsteps of the fellow band You Me At Six, who have also released their own recipe with the company in the past.

Dubbed ‘the sauce of the summer’, it contains chipotle, jalapeno, ancho chili peppers, as well as onion, garlic, and rapeseed oil.

The company says it’s ‘the perfect way to crank your barbecues up to the next level’.

Lou’s Brews is ‘beyond stoked’ about the partnership

Sykes notably offered vegan burgers to fan at a gig in Sheffield, UK, two years ago – where the band was formed.

Vegan rock scene

Bring Me The Horizon aren’t the only members of the rock scene making waves in the vegan movement.

For example, My Chemical Romance launched a vegan makeup range last year.

Moreover, rock legend Bryan Adams has long used his platform to advocate for veganism.

Following the launch of Netflix’s Seaspiracy, the musician urged his followers to stop eating fish.

You can purchase the vegan hot sauce via Lou’s Brews here

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