Adnams brews own-label beer for Co-op

PUBLISHED: 12:36 09 December 2014 | UPDATED: 12:36 09 December 2014

From left, Adnams brewer Belinda Jennings, John Lyndsale, of Adnams, Kevin Warden, East of England Co-op and Adnams brewer Fergus Fitzgerald,

From left, Adnams brewer Belinda Jennings, John Lyndsale, of Adnams, Kevin Warden, East of England Co-op and Adnams brewer Fergus Fitzgerald,

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The East of England Co-op has become one of only two retailers in the UK to stock an own-label ale brewed by Adnams.

Adnams has created two beers, Golden Ale and Traditional Pale Ale, exclusively for the Co-op’s Sourced Locally range, which are available in every East of England Co-op store. John Lynsdale, of Adnams, said it was a natural partnership between two trusted businesses who share a commitment to serving local communities and a passion for the region’s food and drink.

Developed by Adnams’ master brewer, Belinda Jennings, the Golden ale is a crisp, clean, fruity beer, with aromas of mango, passion fruit and grapefruit, and an abv of 4.2%. The Traditional Pale Ale, with an abv of 4.5%, is more malty with aromas of green grassy British hops.



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