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Monday, 28 May 2012

The Co-op Truly Irresistible Jubilation Ale‏

Have we all gone Jubilee-mad ? Or do we just need a good old party to lift our spirits from this recessionary funk ?

I must admit to more than a degree of cynicism about the idea of slapping the word "Jubilee" on any old product and commercialising our heritage: overpriced jam sandwiches in "Union-Flag Bunting" packaging, anyone ?

However, if you must do something Jubilee-related then this limited edition, commemorative Co-op Truly Irresistible Jubilation Ale‏ is hand-brewed in the Forest of Dean and made from Warminster and Bramling Cross hops with malt from the country's oldest malting house.

Golden in the glass, it is a crisp, refreshing and well-made ale with aromas of citrus and grapefruit.

Light enough to drink at a street party, it will also match with food.

Available at the Co-operative for £1.69 until June 12th; provided for review.

Links

The Co-op (food and drink) - http://www.co-operative.coop/food/welcome/

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