A tiny brewery in Beijing is cashing in on the city's smog worries, offering free beer if pollution goes off the scale.
Jing A Brewery's 'Airpocalypse' beer is named after the 2013 event where Beijing's air pollution literally went off the charts.
On January 12, the measurement of the smallest, most dangerous type of particle matter was 35 times more than the recommended standards set by the World Health Organisation.
Brewer Christian Lee says his beer is a tribute to people of the city.
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