WELSH beer-makers Tiny Rebel are celebrating their eighth birthday by taking over the Blind Pig in West Kirby with a selection of oddly-flavoured ales.

The brewers, based in Newport, South Wales, have created eight new one-off beers that are designed to be blended together to make different combinations.

From Thursday (February 13), they will be on sale at the Blind Pig speakeasy on Banks Road and available all day on draught and in cans.

Quirky flavours include a Dulce de Leche Pastry Stout, Coconut and Vanilla Creme, Chocolate and Banana Protein Hardshake, a Key Lime Lager, a Sicilian Lemon Sour and a Blackcurrant Gose.

Tiny Rebel was founded in 2012 by brothers-in-law Bradley Cummings and Gareth Williams.

The beer-makers are known for their bizarre beer flavours and names, inspired by pop culture, such as a jam doughnut-flavoured beer called Pump Up The Jam, after the hit dance track from the early '90s.

The Tiny Rebel takeover at the Blind Pig is the only event on the Wirral and the brewery are hosting events in Birmingham, London, Glasgow, Edinburgh and Belfast.

Matt Whitby, owner of the Blind Pig, which specialises in weird and wonderful gins, luxury cocktails and unusual beers and ales, said: "Tiny Rebels creations are some of the most popular among our clientele.

"We're definitely fans of Tiny Rebel's beers and please to be the only venue on the Wirral hosting the takeover.

"I'm sure everybody who visits on Thursday will enjoy the flavours made especially to celebrate Tiny Rebel’s eighth birthday.

"We will, of course, be serving our usual collection of drinks but I hope many of our visitors try something a little bit different."