Today London Beer Factory launch two new beers, Lifesavers and National Heroes, in support of the NHS during the Corona virus pandemic. All revenue from the sale of both beers will be donated to King’s College Hospital Charity and Guy’s Hospital Charity. Managing Director, Sim Cotton, says: “These are hospitals that are held particularly close to our hearts at London Beer Factory. King’s is down the road from the brewery in Gipsy Hill, and where my newborn was delivered. Guy’s is a stone’s throw from our Barrel Project in Bermondsey and a major centre of the fight against Corona virus.”
Packaging two beers that would normally be sold on draught in pubs, bars and restaurants London Beer Factory look to help raise money for the NHS during this exceptionally challenging time. The beers themselves are a gluten-free, 4% easy drinking lager called National Heroes – 100% of the revenue from this beer will be donated to Guy’s Hospital. The second, a 4.2% American pale ale, Lifesavers, with 100% of revenue being donated to King’s College Hospital.
Both of these beers will be available exclusively on our webshop www.thelondonbeerfactory.com/shop where we also have pledged to donate a pint of beer to King’s and Guy’s hospitals for each order made. Currently we stand at over 750 pints donated since the pledge began on 30th March.
London Beer Factory is an open exploration of beer, a journey into its shared moments and enjoyment. Modern and proudly independent, we have been crafting progressive beer since 2014 from our home in South London. Our blendery, The Barrel Project, is an expression of our love for the spontaneous and wild. Producing barrel aged and alternatively fermented beers from a hybrid space on the Bermondsey Beer Mile.
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