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Brewery creates beer for undecided EU referendum voters

02 June 2016 by
Brewery creates beer for undecided EU referendum voters

As the EU Referendum debate occupies bar conversation across the country, a brewery has launched three beers to urge the nation to take a stance.

Little Valley has launched three pale ales devised to represent the qualities of each side of the debate.

The In pale ale is fruity, hoppy and influenced by the continent, while the Out is a light ale with a dry and slightly bitter finish. A third beer, IDK (I don't know), is mellow and malty with what Little Valley claims is a complex and thought provoking finish.

Available in packs of 12, the beers are designed to encourage the nation's undecided voters to take a stance.

Little Valley co-owner and founder Sue Cooper said: "We want to engage the nation with a debate that is monumental and what better way to do that than with a bit of quaffable political dialogue?"

She said that the development of the beers was lengthy to ensure the palette reflected the values of each side of the political debate and also appealed to the masses.

We know that everyone thinks they are a political expert down the pub and these beers will help spark political debate," Cooper added.

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