British brewer Joseph Holt, founded in 1849, invited members of the UK government to a pint pouring competition in Westminster’s private ‘Stranger’s Bar’ where the beer is now available on draught.
Joseph Holt chief executive, Richard Kershaw said: “It was a first for Joseph Holt and a first for Two Hoots to have our beer on sale in the Stranger’s Bar in the House of Commons.
“We are very grateful to Mike Kane, the MP for Wythenshawe for arranging this and also to all the MPs who joined us on the night and toasted the success of Holt’s with a Two Hoots.”
Joseph Holt says that Two Hoots is a light, crisp and balanced refreshing ale with a hint of citrus.
Two Hoots was awarded a gold medal at the Brussels Beer Challenge for draught and will be available in cask and bottles.