The holidays in Australia is scorching hot. Instead of eggnog and mulled wine, Australians are usually punching cans of cold beer.
It’s no wonder why Wes Boyd from Perth has built a giant Christmas tree made of 2536 cans of Victoria Bitter or VB.
Measuring 4.4 metres (14.4 feet) high, it’s less a tree and more an almighty tribute to the beverage.
“I wanted to build it to make people happy,” Boyd told PerthNow.
“Me and some mates love drinking VBs, and two to three mates have been bringing empty cans over here every week for the past 14 months.”
Boyd built the impressive tree, which also lights up at night, with the help of said mates.
While it might seem a pretty whimsical celebration of beer, the tree is also dedicated to a good cause.
It’s helping to raise money for charity Alzheimer’s Australia, with Boyd collecting donations for the cause every night until the rest of December.
The neurodegenerative disease affected both his mother and grandmother before they died, he told the news outlet.
A good cause and beer? It’s a match made in holiday heaven.