St Albans nature trust debuts new Wildlife beer at Ye Olde Fighting Cocks

PUBLISHED: 12:00 26 May 2018

Herts & Middlesex Wildlife Trust and Farr Brew in the Ye Olde Fighting Cocks beer garden.

Herts & Middlesex Wildlife Trust and Farr Brew in the Ye Olde Fighting Cocks beer garden.

Archant

A new beer promoting wildlife conservation has been debuted at Ye Olde Fighting Cocks by Herts & Middlesex Wildlife Trust and Farr Brew.

Wildside is now on tap at Ye Olde Fighting Cocks.Wildside is now on tap at Ye Olde Fighting Cocks.

Named Wildlife by a competition winner, the beer is the result of a partnership between the St Albans-based trust and the Wheathampstead brewery.

Farr Brew co-owner Nick Farr said: “We’re thrilled to have launched our new pale ale in support of the trust.

“Caring for our local community and environment is core to Farr Brew’s values so partnering with the trust in this way is the perfect fit.

“We look forward to hearing what everyone thinks of the new beer.”

Herts & Middlesex Wildlife Trust's mascot enjoying some Wildside.Herts & Middlesex Wildlife Trust's mascot enjoying some Wildside.

The brewery are also working with the trust on making the area where they grow their hops wildlife-friendly.

The trust’s conservation manager Tim Hill said: “Farr Brew shares our passion for conserving local wildlife. This exciting partnership will contribute to our work to achieve a living landscape across Hertfordshire.”

More news stories

09:00

A retirement development in St Albans held a Remembrance Day lunch to mark 100 years since the end of World War I.

07:00

Court results published by the Herts Ad are taken from St Albans, Stevenage and Hatfield Magistrates Court and are published without prejudice.

Yesterday, 17:00

Two St Albans mums are hosting a one day pop-up vintage clothes shop to help fund a charity fashion show next year.

Yesterday, 12:00

St Albans district’s hospitals could be left without vital medical supplies after Brexit, new data appears to show.

CountryPhile

Recently we, as a family (minus two of the kids), visited The Lodge RSPB reserve in Sandy, Bedfordshire. I had never been before, which is perhaps amiss of me as a birdwatcher as it is the headquarters of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds or RSPB and only 45 minutes drive from home.

Digital Edition

Image
Read the The Herts Advertiser e-edition E-edition
Zoo Watch CountryPhile

Newsletter Sign Up

Herts Advertiser weekly newsletter
Sign up to receive our regular email newsletter

Our Privacy Policy

Most read stories

Show Job Lists

Herts Most Wanted Herts Business Awards