Wynchwood launches two new fruity drinks

04 July, 2012

Wynchwood Brewery has launched two new fruit beers to satisfy consumer desire for flavoured drinks served over ice.

Buoyed by the success of its Ginger Beard drink, the brewery has launched Snake’s Bite and Forest Fruits.

Both are crafted at 4.2% and Snake’s Bite is infused with cider apples to offer fruity flavour, whilst Forest Fruits is blended with mixed berries to create a fruity ale.  

Chris Keating, Marketing Manager for Wychwood Brewery said: “These beers are different because they are created from a genuine beer base, offering more depth of flavour whilst still appealing to drinkers who enjoy a sweeter taste.”

They are aimed at young male and female drinkers who enjoy long drinks served chilled over ice, which represent the off-trade’s fastest-growing drinks category.
The new drinks are available in cases of 8 x 500ml bottles and stocked in Morrison's, Tesco, Asda and Sainsbury's.




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