Wednesday, November 17, 2010

New beer brewed in Gloucestershire to celebrate the Coalition

From the Stroud News & Journal:
A new beer launched this week may help to make the public spending cuts easier to swallow.

Called Neil's Coalition Brew, it has been launched by Stroud's Conservative MP Neil Carmichael to celebrate the historic Tory-Lib Dem government.

Produced by Nailsworth Brewery, it was launched by Mr Carmichael and Lib Dem district and county councillor Dennis Andrewartha, who stood against Mr Carmichael in the general election, at the Village Inn, Nailsworth on Friday.
One local drinker who has tried the brew is quoted as saying: ""It’s a bit bland but it’s good."

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