The Draft House
Madonna has Material Girl Ale by JW Lees, Bobby Robson has Wor Bobby by Northumberland Brewery and Kate Middleton has Kiss Me Kate by Castle Rock. It seems you're no one unless you've a beer named after you these days. So if you fancy ordering a pint of Dave's Draft at your local, Dave, you could be in luck...
Brew Your Own ale with The Draft House
With the launch of its Brew Your Own competition, The Draft House is offering beer lovers the chance to design, brew and name their very own cask ale (with a little help from Duncan Sambrook, the founder of south-west London's Sambrook's Brewery). And if the resulting 50 firkins of beer (3,600 pints) are up to scratch, the winning beer will also be sold at the three Draft House pubs while stocks last.
The Draft House
The Draft House founder, Charlie McVeigh (pictured) and Sambrook's Brewery founder, Duncan Sambrook, will be judging the competition
Besides the joy of naming their own beer, the competition winner will also bag themselves a 72-pint cask to be enjoyed at a private party to be held at one of The Draft House's two party venues - The Battersea Party Rooms (above Draft House Westbridge), or the Tower Bridge Tasting Rooms (at Draft House Tower Bridge).
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How to enter the competition
Email the name and description of your ideal beer using 14 words or fewer to email@example.com. Duncan Sambrook and Charlie McVeigh, founder of The Draft House, will pick the winner on February 28 2011. All entries will be posted at www.facebook.com/DraftHouseUK.
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