A new beer is being launched in Gloucester this November, created by (and in honour of) the county’s veterans.
Gloucester Brewhouse and Kitchen welcomed a group of armed forced veterans into the brewery in Gloucester Quays to create the Veteran Brew, to commemorate Remembrance Day on Monday 11 November 2019.
The newly-brewed beer will also be available at a tapping party on Thursday 7 November 2019, where guests can enjoy free tasters. And the brewpub chain will also be making donations to a veteran’s charity every time a pint of the new Veteran Brew is sold.
Gail Bunn, the marketing manager for Brewhouse & Kitchen, said: ‘We really wanted to play our part in commemorating Remembrance Day this year, and what better way than to brew a unique beer for this important event?
‘It was great seeing veterans, the wider community and those with a connection to our armed forces spending time together in our brewpubs to remember and celebrate all those who have fought for our country.’
For more information, call Gloucester Brewhouse and Kitchen on (01452) 222965.
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