Pictured: Lyn Doney, RAFBF regional coordinator (left) Alan Fish of Tiger Moth Experience (centre) Ian Roberts co-owner The Nook brewhouse Right)
2015 marks the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Britain a major tuning point of the second world war and a significant triumph over adversity for The Royal Air Force.
Inspired by the brave men and women who have helped protect our skies for nearly a century and the noble de Haviland Tiger Moth bi-plane, which was used to train many front line pilots durring the early years of the 20th century, we have created Tiger Moth Porter.
Porter is a beer rooted in British history and a style popular durring the 30’s and 40’s. Tiger Moth is a rich and robust dark ale with a sweet toffee and caramel malt character balanced with black current and wither berry flavours from British Bramling Cross hops.
5p from every bottle of Tiger Moth Porter will be donated to the Royal Air Force benevolent Fund to help them continue the good work they do in supporting and caring for serving and former RAF servicemen and women and their families.
Tiger Moth Porter 4.2% ABV is available in 500ml bottles
If you are a business and wish to stock Tiger Moth Porter please contact the Nook Brewhouse office on 01484682373.
To learn more about the great work the Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund do click on the link bellow.
Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund (RABF) Registered Charity in England and Wales (1081009) and Scotland (SC038109)