Friday, 8 November 2013

Time for a Turners at JD Wetherspoon

Turners Brewery and J D Wetherspoon are thrilled to announce their joint venture in developing a new range of exclusive real ales for sale initially within the Brighton and Hove area. The officially launch is Friday 22nd November in the three J D Wetherspoon pubs in Brighton: West Quay, Post and Telegraph and Bright Helm. On the same night at the Cliftonville, George Street, Hove, you can meet the brewers celebrating the partnership, who will be only too pleased to answer any questions you may have.

After a process of refining these exclusive ales, Turners Brewery and J D Wetherspoon have produced two fantastic beers. The new J D Wetherspoon Golden Ale, 4.3% with a subtle dry bitterness, is full of crisp fresh fruits flavours. With a wonderful floral aroma and a light sweet lacy head it perfectly complements practically every meal on the Wetherspoon menu.

The J D Wetherspoon Porter has a luxuriously silky body, jet black in colour with a contrasting white creamy head. Its impeccably balanced rich flavours, light and dry bitterness with aromas of hedgerow fruits combine to make this 4.8% porter effortlessly drinkable. To add that extra touch of class each barrel is dry hopped to enrich the experience with extra flavour and aroma.

The J D Wetherspoon pubs in the region will have the beer available as their house beer with the unique metallic Turners Brewery pump clips proudly displaying the individual pub name.

About Turners Brewery

Turners Brewery is established in Ringmer, East Sussex on a Traditional Family Farm providing unique Real Ales in Sussex and the surrounding area. The brewery operates a plant that can produce 27.5 Brewers Barrel Length (BBL) a week that is 7,920 pints of Real Ale!

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About JD Wetherspoon

J D Wetherspoon plc is a British pub chain with headquarters in Watford, Hertfordshire. Founded in 1979 by Tim Martin, the company owns 880 outlets. The chain champions cask ale, low prices, long opening hours, and no music.

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