Nation Beer Day
On June 15th, the Egerton Arms will be celebrating Nation Beer Day. If yoyu need any more explanation then click here.
The aims of National Beer Day are:
To encourage people to drink beer whether that is at the pub, a barbeque, party, picnic, brewery tap room, on an ale rail.
To raise the profile of beer as Britain's national drink.
To make people proud of Britain's beer and pubs today and of Britain's heritage as the world's brewing powerhouse and its role in spreading the love and knowledge of beer to all of earth's hemispheres.
To introduce a friend to beer and try and convert them to become regular beer drinkers.
To have a fantastic time drinking and enthusing about our favourite drink!
Clearly, someone had been well refreshed when they came up with this one.
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