Win Beer!- Whose Beer is it anyway

April 29, 2015

Win Beer!- Whose Beer is it anyway

Expanding Livery to hold more beer has led to an obvious situation, we need more beer! Never ones to shirk difficult questions, the team has been putting in many long hours researching new beers, and have recently been warned off any more pork scratchings for health reasons. That said, we thought we’d open it up to requests. If you have any recommendations for interesting beers or exciting breweries we should support, tell us via email, Livery St or Dovehouse Parade facebook or tweet @connollyswinejq or @connollyswinedh and we’ll do our damndest to get them in. Anyone whose recommendation makes the cut will be entered into a draw to win a selection of 6 of our personal favourite new beers as a thankyou. Get your suggestions in by 8pm on Sunday to be in with a chance of winning though, as they need to get here quickly. We’ll pick out a winner at the end of May, Best of luck!

 





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