Green & Pleasant launches two new craft ales for autumn

Green & Pleasant has teamed up with fellow fine drinks purveyors, Harry and Parker, to launch two new delicious Green & Pleasant craft ales this autumn. Previously only available in bottles, Green & Pleasant will now also be on tap in pubs and bars from 17th October (currently on cask at Annie’s Burger Shack and Angel Microbrewery, Nottingham).

New to the Green & Pleasant brand are a pale ale and a bitter, to sit alongside the existing craft lager, golden ale and cider.

Green & Pleasant Pale Ale

A hoppy and crisp ale with a beautifully balanced malt to hop ratio. Brewed with pale malts it is thirst-quenchingly light with enough hop presence to satiate floral hop lovers, and refreshing enough to remain an easy drinking session ale. Brewed the birthplace of English pale ale, Green & Pleasant pale ale is made with Fuggle and Kent Golding hops making it a pleasantly understated beer.

Green & Pleasant Bitter

A wonderful quintessentially British Bitter. Very lightly carbonated, this bitter is easy drinking with a little more weight to it than its pale cousin yet still light enough to enjoy all afternoon.

Andy Murray of Green & Pleasant says:

“We were incredibly lucky to find Harry and Parker, it’s rare to find people who share the same vision and ethos. Green & Pleasant customers have been asking for our drinks on draft and we’re finally able to deliver them, thanks to this unique collaboration.”

James Snowling from Harry & Parker says:

“Joining forces with such a wonderfully traditional English drinks brand like Green & Pleasant is a real honour and we’re excited to share their products, including the two new ales, with our customers. We pride ourselves in working with only the finest independent drinks producers and products. We can’t wait to see where this partnership leads”


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