They do one called "Riggwelter" with an upside-down sheep on the label. The name is taken from old Norse mythology: rygg = black, and velte = to overturn. When a sheep is on its back and cannot get up without help, local dialect says it's 'rigged' or 'riggwelted'.
Weebles wobble but they don't fall down, eh ? KP. ;D Decided to give Berks a miss, been going out a lot recently and don't want to push my luck. Looks like I'm allowed out on the long leash for Jersey - 'twill be my first visit there this century. 8-)