Moorhouse’s is rolling out a royal cask ale treat to toast HRH Queen Elizabeth II’s 90th birthday celebrations next month.
Special brew Ninety (3.9%abv) is a golden brew which brings together the Australian Summer hop for hints of apricot and melon and New Zealand Nelson Sauvin hops to deliver ‘delicious gooseberry and grapefruit notes’. The leading Lancashire brewer expects it to boost the celebrations for publican’s aiming to make the best of the landmark event.
As the nation celebrates, the Queen will host her own ‘street party’ for 10,000 people in the Royal Mall on June 12 to mark her patronage of more than 600 charities and organisations.
Moorhouse’s is also releasing Pitch Craft (4.0%abv) as a golden tipple to mark the month long UEFA Euro Championship which begins on June 10. The brews are part of a range of special ales released each month alongside an award winning six strong core portfolio. Distinctive Moorhouse’s branding now gives taste profiles on pump-clips to help pub goers with their choice.
Sales director Mark Boardman said: “With both the Queen’s birthday celebrations and the Euros, June is a very exciting month for the nation. We have got behind this to offer publicans some excellent summer time ales and help them make the best of both events with their customers.
“Ninety is a very tasty but easy drinking ale at a moderate strength to toast this terrific milestone for the Queen. Pitch Craft will help football fans to get through both the highs and lows of this major soccer tournament.”