Sussex Veterans Brew On Tap In Westminster

Lloyd Russell-Moyle MP and Will Farmer pull a pint in the Stranger's Bar

Veterans Brewing is a company owned by veterans, run by veterans to support veterans


Will Farmer one of the founders of Veterans Brewing Ltd (Sussex) joined Brighton Kemptown MP in Parliament yesterday as his .303 Golden Ale was put on tap at the Stranger’s Bar in the House of Commons.

Will, Brighton born and raised enlisted in the army in 2006 before joining the Princess of Wales Royal Regiment leaving in 2012. He launched the Sussex arm of Veterans Brewing in February of this year. Veterans Brewing has signed up to support Blind Veterans UK as their nominated charity. 

Veterans Brewing is a company owned by veterans, run by veterans to support veterans. After attending their launch in February, Lloyd Russell-Moyle MP approached House of Commons authorities to consider putting the Ale on at the Westminster Bar.

“I was delighted to welcome Will to Westminster to sample some of his own product on the terrace, the bar staff have told me it has been quite the popular new addition to the bar”  Said Lloyd.

“It was great to see product be successful, we hope to continue to put it into pubs and bars around Sussex, ultimately the more pubs and bars we can add to our network the more assistance we can provide to veterans.”



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