All-Party Save the Pub Group celebrates three years with its own brew in Strangers Bar

By Michelle Perrett

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All-Party Save the Pub Group celebrates three years with its own brew in Strangers Bar
The All-Party Parliamentary Save the Pub Group has celebrated its third anniversary by holding a celebration in the Strangers’ Bar in the Houses of Parliament, with its own Save The Pub ale brewed by Ilkley Brewery.

A number of the parliamentary group’s 128 members, from both the House of Lords and the Commons, descended on the bar to sample a pint of the specially-brewed beer and to toast the group’s success over the past three years.

Group chairman Greg Mulholland MP said: “The Save the Pub Group has worked tirelessly over the past three years, seeking to preserve and protect the Great British pub, which plays such an important part in this country’s history and heritage and is hugely important to the communities that it serves.

“It is great to get together and toast our success and have the group’s hard work recognised. The Save the Pub Group will, however, not be resting on its laurels and will continue being a strong voice for the British pub in Westminster and nationally for years to come.”

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