Hog In the Limelight is now our 10th different Co-ALE-ition ale and it has been specially made available to coincide with the build up to the 2015 General Election. Hog In The Limelight has already gone into Nigel Farage’s local village pub in Downe (Kent) this week. Hog In The Limelight is a rebranded version of Hogs Back’s HBB, which is a 3.7% light amber coloured, session bitter.
This is the detailed itinerary for Thurday evening for the official launch of ” Hog in The Limelight ” (aka Hogging The Limelight), arranged by the Hogs Back brewery. Dave Paterson and Jill Adams from the Hogs Back brewery, together with Alan ” Howling Laud ” Hope (Leader of the Official Monster Raving Loony Party), will be hosting each official launch event in the four pubs.
1. Nelson Arms (Farnham) – we arrive by 6.30pm. This will be the first official tasting of Hog In The Limelight. The Nelson Arms is in the CAMRA Good Beer Guides for 2014 & 2015.
2. Shepherd & Flock (Farnham) – we arrive by 7.15 pm for another official tasting of Hog In The Limelight.The Shepherd and Flock was in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide for 2014.
3. The Queen (Aldershot) – we arrive by 8pm for yet another official tasting of Hog In The Limelight and for the very first time in a Wetherspoon’s pub. The Queens is the newest Wetherspoon pub in the CAMRA SHB branch area and it opened in April 2014.
4. The White Hart (Tongham) – we arrive by 8.45pm at our final stop for the night.The White Hart is in the CAMRA Good Beer Guides for 2014 & 2015.
There is no transport available.
There will be local newspaper coverage of this event in both the News & Mail and the Farnham Herald. I will be taking photos and writing the stories for the local press. Hogs Back will also be using my photos on their website and on their Facebook and Twitter.
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