Chel­tenham and Gloucester Beer Week

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Chel­tenham and Gloucester Beer Week got off to a fine start with two beers spe­cially brewed by the small in­de­pen­dent Deya Brew­ery in Chel­tenham.

Lo­cal brew­ers worked to­gether to cre­ate the two col­lab­o­ra­tive beers – a stout and an IPA – for the event, with all pro­ceeds go­ing to this year’s cho­sen char­ity, Na­tional Star.

The la­bels on the cans were de­signed by art stu­dents at Na­tional Star Col­lege, and two stu­dents were at the beer week launch af­ter­noon at Deya’s premises. N

Con­nor Lind­s­ley, hold­ing the two cans of spe­cially brewed beer, with pro­ceeds go­ing to the Na­tional Star Col­lege. Phil Wigley and Chris­tine Handy, mak­ing Deya Brew­ery their first call The tap room at Deya Brew­ery.

The huge mu­ral in the tap room at Deya Brew­ery. Jimmy Kil­land and Sam Merry. Gareth Moore, James Bubb, and John Lord, brew­ers at Deya Brew­ery, hold­ing the beers made for Beer Week, with pro­ceeds go­ing to the Na­tional Star Col­lege. Craig Bryant, with Coco, his 8 week old Cavapoo.

Dar­ren Mac­don­ald and Jill Macken­zie. Na­tional Star Col­lege stu­dents Cesca Vishara and Is­sac Wide, with Leigh Nor­wood, or­gan­iser of Chel­tenham and Gloucester Beer Week Ale Trail, Joe Parke, chef at the col­lege, Sally Gillespie, NSC com­mu­nity fundraiser, and Theo Freyne, founder of Deya Carl Brun­nock, who had come from New­port, Wales, spe­cially to visit Deya

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