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June 2020
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Manchester Punk Festival and Signature Brew have teamed up to raise money for NHS Charities Together

They've created The Nightingale New England Pale Ale.
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Published: 11:02 am, April 24, 2020
Manchester Punk Festival and Signature Brew have teamed up to raise money for NHS Charities Together

Manchester Punk Festival and Signature Brew have teamed up to raise money for NHS Charities Together.

The collaboration was originally due to be served up at the festival in April, but they had to change their plans quick-sharp with the outbreak of COVID-19.

Signature Brew Co Founder Sam McGregor comments: “When the festival got cancelled, we knew we had to dedicate the beer to the staff of the NHS. For every beer sold, we’ll give a £1 donation to NHS Charities Together, because no one deserves support right now more than those on the front line.”

The Nightingale New England Pale Ale is described as having "stone fruit aromas... followed by tropical and sticky pine vibes on top of a super smooth oat base". Visit signaturebrew.co.uk for more information.

Manchester Punk Festival was set to host sets from Happy Accidents, Lande Hekt, Cocaine Piss, Cultdreams, Drones, and loads more.

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