Friday, 27 November 2009 00:00
The British Are Coming! Cotleigh & Laverstoke Park Ship Beer to the US.Written by Erin Peters
From C2 Imports ...
[November 25th, 2009] British brewers Cotleigh from Somerset, and Laverstoke Park from Hampshire shipped their first container of beers to the U.S. today with an expected arrival in late December to help usher in the New Year.
Both brewers are entering the U.S. market for the first time but are no strangers to beer lovers in their hometowns. Like all great craft brewers, both rely on high quality ingredients, skillful brewing techniques and the care that comes from ones personal passion for all things good! Likewise, both have made name for themselves in their locales in the U.K.
Cotleigh will be introducing its "Beers of Prey" 500ml bottles with a special 3-bottle gift pack providing a variety of tastes for beer connoisseurs. Golden Seahawk, Barn Owl and Tawny Owl beers are the 3 bests selling beers from Cotleigh and will be joined by their "Buzzard" dark ale in subsequent shipments. Cotleigh supports a number of charitable groups, most notably the Owl and Hawk Foundation, established to protect and help nurture these beautiful birds.
Laverstoke Park Farms located in Overton, Hampshire, England is one of the premier producers of organic and bio-dynamic products in the U.K. Providing beef, buffalo, poultry, pork, mozzarella cheese, beers and wines, Laverstoke Park products are a testament to the fact that all the best things we enjoy start with the soil. The company has invested in the latest biology and chemistry lab equipment to assist in producing their own barley and 19 acres of hops, some of which, date back to 1810. Owned by former Formula 1 World Champion Jody Scheckter, the farm is the culmination of his desire to provide only the best tasting , healthy foods and beverages to himself and his family, , and now consumers in the U.S.
For more information, contact any of us at C2 Imports LLC, or go to our web site http://www.c2imports.com
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