Award Winning Craft Brewery Chosen For The Strangers' Bar At House Of Commons
From West Berkshire to Westminster, West Berkshire Brewery (WBB) celebrated after Strangers’ Bar, inside the House of Commons, chose their Mister Chubb’s to be the week’s guest ale.
Started in 1995, WBB are celebrating their 20th anniversary this year and their lunchtime bitter, Mr Chubb’s, is one of their most popular beers.
The award winning Mr Chubb’s, a 3.7% bitter, is a beautifully balanced session ale with a refreshing light floral flavour provided by single variety English hops.
Richard Benyon MP said, “Exhibiting a beer in the House of Commons is a competitive business and I am delighted that West Berkshire Brewery has had Mister Chubb’s selected. West Berkshire Brewery is renowned for its excellent beers and this will only help in spreading the word!”
Simon Lewis, CEO at WBB said, “We are thrilled that our Mr Chubb’s was chosen for the Strangers’ Bar and we are grateful to Richard Benyon for championing his local brewery and the team for making it happen. We’re very proud of our beers and this is a great opportunity for us to showcase the best of British brewing”.
The beer went on sale 8th May, the day after the General Election. The timing couldn’t have been better; whether MPs were having a pint of Mr Chubb’s to celebrate or commiserate.