Tuesday, 30 November 2010

Buster goes Nuts!

 The latest offering from Breconshire Brewery:

Go Cobnuts for Wildlife

What better way to spend a day than to go for a walk in a beautiful wildlife reserve, burn off a load of excess calories and then warm up afterwards with a rich, dark ale?
Especially when you know that lovely pint has just helped the wildlife you have been appreciating all day.
This is all now possible thanks to the Breconshire Brewery. Really Wild Nut Brown Ale  has been launched at the Royal Welsh Winter Fayre. A percentage from every sale is being donated to the Wildlife Trusts in Wales. As charities the Wildlife Trusts benefit enormously from such donations as do the wildlife they work to protect. This special relationship will help support wildlife all across Wales.
After much experimentation, which was very difficult (!), the brewery and Wildlife Trusts staff settled on an ale flavoured with cobnuts, vanilla & rosemary as being a suitable beverage to support the huge diversity of wildlife in Wales.   
Really Wild Nut Brown Ale was launched at the Royal Welsh Winter Fayre on the 29th November and will be available for sale at the Welsh Wildlife Centre, Cilgerran,  as well as from the Brewery direct  and all good independent stockists. .

Wildlife Trusts Wales. The six Wildlife Trusts in Wales work together for an environment rich in wildlife for everyone. Between us, we have 25,000 members and manage 230 nature reserves in Wales – covering more than 6,000 hectares of prime wildlife habitat, from rugged coastline to urban wildlife havens.
It will be available in bottles (by the case) from Breconshire Brewery and also wholesale from Tanners Wines & Templetons and all good independent retailers , it will also be available from the Welsh Wildlife Centre in Cilgerran Cardigan and the Snowdonia Railway. 
This flavoursome beer was launched at the Royal Welsh Winter Fayre 29th November

More information is available about Breconshire Brewery on their website.

“The Wildlife Trusts play a very important part in our natural heritage. I would encourage anyone who cares about wildlife to .“
Sir David Attenborough, Vice President of the Wildlife Trusts
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1 comment:

manwiddicombe said...

Having read the title I was hoping the post would be about some insane idea he'd introduced to incorporate the V8 (V6?) engine sat in the brewery into the production process.

Ah well, next time maybe.. .. ..



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