London-based pub company the Draft House has launched a competition for beer-lovers to design, brew, and name their own cask ale.
The winner will see 50 firkins (3,600 pints) of their dream beer created, brewed and named by them. The beer will be brewed by Duncan Sambrook, founder of south-west London's Sambrook's Brewery.
One 72-pint cask will also be reserved for the winner and their friends to enjoy at a private party, to take place at either the Battersea Party Rooms (above Draft House Westbridge), or the Tower Bridge Tasting Rooms (at Draft House Tower Bridge).
Their creation will then go on sale at the three Draft Houses.
Entrants need only submit the name and description of their ideal beer using 14 words or fewer by e-mail to email@example.com.
Duncan Sambrook and Charlie McVeigh, founder of the Draft House, will pick the winner on 28 February 2011.
All entries will be posted at http://www.facebook.com/DraftHouseUK" target="_blank" rel="noreferrer">www.facebook.com/DraftHouseUK.
By Neil Gerrard
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