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30th May 2018

St Peter’s Brewery Lands Prestigious London Account

Suffolk’s renowned brewery, St Peter’s, is celebrating a new contract to supply the Grosvenor Park Hotel in London’s Park Lane.

From 1st June, guests drinking at the Grosvenor Park Hotel will be able to enjoy a selection of around 15 beers from one the country’s most successful small breweries.

St Peter’s Brewery will literally be taking over the beer menu in the hotel’s Park Room bar, as the hotel delists a range of big brands such as Peroni, in place of truly British, lovingly crafted brews from the award-winning brewery.

This is a huge deal for the small firm, which recently hired National Sales Manager, Daniel Lucas, to help grow the business in London. “We are so excited about this contract with the Grosvenor Park Hotel, which is part of the Marriot Group, as it gives us a fantastic opportunity to grow the business in London and gain new customers for the brand,” explains Daniel.

“Steven Dury, the Food and Beverage Director at the Grosvenor Park Hotel is a big fan of the brewery and regularly pops in when he’s in Suffolk, so we’re delighted that he’s now decided to stock a large range of our beers in the Park Room. We expect about 12 to 15 beers to be available, including our English Lager, which replaces Peroni on the menu. We’re also be featured on the drinks list, with details about the brewery, brewer Steve Groves and also the Jerusalem Tavern, our historical pub in London.”

Comments Steven Dury, “Grosvenor House, A JW Marriott Hotel, is delighted to partner with St Peter’s Brewery in Suffolk to offer our intuitive guests a unique, hand-crafted selection of beers.

“As an historic and renowned hotel, we are very keen to support small, independent suppliers and our guests love to try something new that they may not find anywhere else here on Park Lane, Mayfair,” he adds.

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