Selected pubs will swap their Greene King IPA pump clip for a Greene Queen IPA one, which is in regal colours and includes the new name.
Managing director of Greene King brewing and brands Chris Houlton said: “Our limited edition Greene Queen IPA brings together and celebrates three national institutions – quality cask ale, the great British pub and the royal family.
He added: “Greene Queen IPA is still our same easy-drinking flagship beer that appeals to a range of drinkers and occasions and, with its fitting name, will be a great pint to accompany the celebrations this weekend.”
The regal named beer will be served in the Golden Fleece, Adam & Eve and Sherlock Holmes in London, Mill House and the Chesterfield in Burton-on-Trent and various pubs in Greene King’s hometown, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.
Greene King are also giving away 90 limited-edition bottles of Greene Queen IPA on Facebook