Brewhouse & Kitchen to produce First World War centenary beer

By Stuart Stone contact

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Unique beer: Brewhouse & Kitchen will offer veterans, service people, and those with an armed force connection the chance to brew a beer
Unique beer: Brewhouse & Kitchen will offer veterans, service people, and those with an armed force connection the chance to brew a beer
Brewpub group Brewhouse & Kitchen is hosting the nation’s first Veteran Brew Day on 5 October to produce commemorative beer, Veteran Brew, marking 100 years since the end of World War One.

The event will take place across 21 Brewhouse & Kitchen sites nationwide with free invitations extended to veterans, service people, and anyone with a connection to the armed forces, to help brew a commemorative beer to mark 100 years since the end of World War One.

Veteran Brew will be presented on 8 November at a tapping party before being made available for events marking the centenary of the armistice that brought an end to the First World War on 11 November, and throughout the rest of the month.

A donation from each pint of Veteran Brew sold will be donated to the pub’s chosen veteran charity.

Brewhouse & Kitchen marketing manager Gail Bunn commented: “We wanted to play our part in the centenary celebrations, and what better way than to brew a unique beer for this once-in-a-lifetime event.

“We hope it brings communities, veterans, and those with a connection to our armed forces together to remember and celebrate this particularly special Armistice Day.”

Anyone wishing to take part should contact fnyrf@oerjubhfrnaqxvgpura.pbz​ or visit their local Brewhouse & Kitchen.

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