Have you ever thought of the PERFECT name for a beer? A brewing company and cruise line are hoping you can help them name the crafted new beer they are releasing soon.
Wynwood Brewing crafted the beer with locally sourced malts and hops in Miami, but combined it with English yeast.
The brewing company teamed up with Virgin Voyages to create the new pale ale.
According to the cruise line's Instagram account, the two wanted to bring together the top brewing traditions from both sides of the pond, using local hops and yeast but tying back to Virgin's British roots.
Full disclosure: There is no prize, unless you count knowing you were the brains behind naming a multicultural brew.
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Is it 5 o'clock yet? Because this announcement is worth toasting to 🍻 We've teamed up with @WynwoodBrewing to bring together the top brewing traditions from both sides of the pond and deliver our brand new brew. Crafted using locally sourced malts & hops from here in Miami combined with English yeast, tying back to Virgin's British roots. This English Pale Ale will be available exclusively on board Scarlet Lady. The only question left to answer now is, what will we name it? Sailors, that's up to you, pour out your suggestions in the comments below⤵️ Terms & Conditions Apply: In submitting your brew name suggestion, you acknowledge that there is no prize due to the selected winner, that the name is chosen at Virgin Voyages' sole discretion, and that all submissions may be used for any purpose without compensation. All brew name suggestions are subject to Sections 10 (Submission of Ideas) and 12 (Your Website Submissions) of our Website Terms and Conditions located at: https://virg.in/wLC
If you want to try the brew once it's released, it will be available exclusively on board Scarlet Lady.
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