Bowland Brewery ale served in House of Commons

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CHEERS! Bowland Brewery’s Sawley Tempted was the guest ale in the Strangers’ Bar in the House of Commons.

Richard Baker, owner of Bowland Brewery, enjoyed a pint along with Ribble Valley MP and Deputy Speaker of the House of Commons, and was able to entice many other MPs to sample a pint or two!

Mr Evans said: “I was so pleased that we were able to get Sawley Tempted as a guest ale in the Strangers’ Bar.

“It is a fantastic example of real ale and a very enjoyable pint! It was even better that Richard was able to come and sample it here as well as bringing it to the attention of a wider audience!

“Bowland Brewery has done fantastically well since it began and I am proud that such a good beer, brewed in the Ribble Valley, has graced the House of Commons.”