Wooden Spoon, the children's charity of rugby has partnered with Andwell Brewing Company, an award-winning brewery based in Hampshire to launch a rugby themed charity ale, Crouch Hold Engage, to help raise awareness and funds for the organisation. The ale was recently launched by Phil Burgess, Team GB and International 7's Player.
Crouch Hold Engage, an award-winning ale, is a scrummy, rich amber, traditional English bitter and is the perfect accompaniment to the world of Rugby. It’s brewed with a blend of pale ale, brown and crystal malt giving a gentle spicy hoppiness and is available in bottles at 4.6% abv and cask at 4.5% abv. The charity ale will be found in many bars and pubs throughout the South of the UK from November 2018, with plans to expand circulation Nationwide in 2019.
“We are thrilled to have collaborated with an award-winning, acclaimed brewery to produce a charity ale. It will provide us with a fantastic opportunity to promote awareness of the charity and raise valuable funds to support our upcoming projects. Andwell’s has crafted an enjoyable, scrumptious ale that we think will be very popular.” Commented Ian Lindsay, Head of Business Development at Wooden Spoon.
Andwell Brewing Company will donate a percentage of all sales of Crouch Hold Engage to Wooden Spoon to help the charity support children and young people with disabilities or facing disadvantage across the UK and Ireland through the power of rugby.
Order To order ‘Crouch Hold Engage Wooden Spoon Charity Ale’ please contact the brewery on 01256 761044 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and be entered into our prize draw to win a Signed Barbarian Rugby Shirt.
For every cask or 5 cases of Crouch Hold Engage delivered 1 ticket will be entered into our monthly prize draw. The prize draw will take place on 17 December and the lucky winner will receive a signed Barbarian Rugby Shirt.
About Wooden Spoon
Wooden Spoon, the children's charity of rugby supports children and young people with disabilities or facing disadvantage across the UK and Ireland through the power of rugby. Since 1983, Wooden Spoon has distributed over £26 million to more than 700 projects, helping more than a million children. #helpingkidsthroughrugby