An openly left-wing beer company told its customers to hit people over the head with bricks before whining about receiving an email “threat”.

Chorlton Brewing Company, which is based in Manchester in the UK, reacted to Nigel Farage having a milkshake thrown at him by tweeting, “Note to our customers: please don’t throw our beer over fascists. Hit them over the head with a brick as is traditional.”

The tweet prompted a massive backlash but has not been deleted. The company then doubled down, proceeding to insult many of the respondents.

The owner, Mike Marcus, proceeded to argue that violence was acceptable in order to prevent “genocide”.

In a hilarious twist of irony, having endorsed violent attacks against people for having a different opinion, the company then whined about an email “threat” they received which simply stated, “You people are asking for trouble.”

The response was swift.

The company’s Google Review page was also flooded with negative feedback and 1 star ratings.

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As we previously reported, after the media endorsed political violence, several right-wing MEP campaigners have been milkshaked, but leftists are now calling for acid attacks against Nigel Farage.


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