A Swedish beer company has paid tribute to London Bridge terror attack hero Roy Larner by naming a beer after him.
The Millwall fan saved lives after confronting two of the terrorists during the attack earlier this month, which killed eight people and injured dozens more.
Larner was heard shouting “fuck you, I’m Millwall” as he fought off two of the attackers with his bare hands, suffering multiple stab wounds in the process.
The attackers had driven a van into crowds of people on London Bridge, before stabbing people in Borough Market when Roy made the heroic act.
Roy made a full recovery after suffering the injuries, and has now been honoured by a Swedish brewery.
Frequency Beer Works have announced they’re making a special edition bitter for him, brilliantly titled “F*** you, I’m Millwall.”
The beer will raise money for the Just Giving page which was set up for Roy following the attack.
“We were humbled and impressed to read about Millwall supporter Roy Larner,” Frequency Beer Works said on their website.
“Who single-handedly stepped in against the terrorists in London, shouting ‘F**k you, I’m Millwall!’, saving countless lives by drawing the attention of the attackers, giving others the possibility to run to safety.
“We salute him, and have made a special edition of our bitter available in his honour. A portion of the proceedings will be donated to the fund started in his name.”
The brewery are hard at work trying to find a UK-based distributor for the beer too, which means British residents could soon be having a drink in celebration of Roy’s heroic actions soon.
It’s a brilliant move by the brewery, and it might just be the perfect tribute to a man who saved lives on that terrible night.