The four percent alcohol lager, which Ukrainian refugees currently living in the region took part in the production of, will be presented at the Taste:BD festival in Bradford on Saturday and Sunday.
“It’s been over a year since Putin started invading Ukraine and we wanted to find a way to help their people at least a little bit,” brewery representative Adrian Chapman told Keighley News.
“It will also remind people that the war is still going on and that Ukrainians need our support,” he added.
Ukrainian hops from a Canadian supplier called Klon-18 were used for the production of the golden liquid, which, according to the brewery, is similar to the famous Žatec hops from the Czech Republic.
“(Ukrainians) were fascinated by the production process. At the same time, they were very happy to lend a helping hand to the production of a product that will support their country,” said Adrian, adding that part of the earnings from each can sold will go to support Ukraine.
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