TEEMU PUKKI has become such a big hit in Norwich the club are starting to sell a new beer named after him.
The Finland star fired the goals which saw the Canaries secure promotion to the Premier League last season and he has already struck six times in the top flight.
Pukki, 29, also hit ten goals in qualifying to help Finland reach Euro 2020 next summer – their first ever major international tournament.
Now the local Woodforde’s Brewery have produced The Perfect Finnish, a 3.8 per cent Amber Ale named after him which will go on sale at Carrow Road for the first time when they play Arsenal on Sunday.
The drink will also be sold in pubs across the country from December.
Sam Jeffery, Head of Commercial Operations at Norwich, said: “Having seen Teemu and the Huuhkajat propel themselves to the European Championships it only seems fitting that there should be something appropriate to drink to celebrate.
“Fortunately, the Pukki Party doesn’t stop after this weekend.
“Fans will be able to get their hands on the special-edition beer later in December, when it goes into wider distribution in pubs and shops across East Anglia and further afield.”
James Armitage, of Woodforde’s, added: “We hope we’ve done Teemu justice by creating a beer that, like him, is a huge hit with the fans, high in quality, has great balance, and always achieves the perfect finish.”