Farr Brew to launch new beer Chief Jester

Written by Tom Blakemore

Chief Jester is the latest addition to Farr Brew’s core beer range. It has been created using an exciting new strain of hops called Jester which has an intense, punchy aroma of new world proportions, with flavour notes of grapefruit and tropical fruits. Combined with WGV bittering hops and carefully selected grains,Farr have created an easy drinking 3.6% pale session ale that is tasty and refreshing in equal measure.

The new beer will be announced at launch party at the Ye Olde Fighting Cocks pub in St Albans on Thursday 11th May at 8pm. Members of South Herts CAMRA are invited to go along to sample the new beer.

The story behind ‘Chief Jester’

Community and the environment have always been driving forces when developing and growing Farr Brew. Over the past year Farr Brew have supported schools, local community projects and charities wherever possible as well of course as brewing tasty real ale.

Several years ago, a very close friend of the Brewery (Joe ‘Chief’ Paul) passed away at a very young age. He was a chap who always went the extra mile in working for local charities and caring for those near and dear to him.  Farr Brew want to continue his work supporting local hospices and celebrate his good name.

The beer and charity will be combining for a great cause with Farr Brew will be donating 10% of all profits made from sales of Chief Jester to the Rennie Grove Hospice.

For more information

See Farr Brew’s website and Rennie Grove Hospice’s website

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