berkshireblue Posted May 18, 2009 Share Posted May 18, 2009 Burnley-based brewer Moorhouse has rolled out a new brew to celebrate the town's football club reaching the Championship play-off final at Wembley. Burnley will play Sheffield United for a place in the Premiership next season on 25 May. Head brewer and Burnely fan Peter Curran has created the ale "No-Nay-Never" to celebrate the occasion. "No-Nay-Never" is a very special blend of the Burnley brewer’s famous cask-conditioned Pendle Witches brews and is described as "medium strength, full-bodied ale ideal for to celebrating a great sporting occasion". It is now available to pubs throughout the North West. David Grant, Moorhouse’s managing director, said: “Many football fans like to share a beer or two with friends on a big game occasion. "But it is fantastic for Peter, as head brewer, to mark this event with his own special ale and know that Clarets’ supporters throughout Lancashire will enjoy a tipple with him.” Shows their mentality that they name a beer to try and win promotion called No nay never, which in essence means they wont play us Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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