DEEP PURPLE: 'Ian Paice Nottinghamian Celebration Ale' Launched In U.K.
Nottingham, England-based Castle Rock Brewery has launched a series of beers to celebrate the city's and county's heroes, heroines, leaders and celebrities. Four ales a year will bear the name, and highlight the significance of a famous son or daughter who was either born in the city or county or who adopted it as their home.
From April-to June, the brewery is offering up the Ian Paice Nottinghamian Celebration Ale named after the legendary DEEP PURPLE drummer.
The Ian Paice Nottinghamian Celebration Ale is described as a "dark bitter with a slight 'smoke on the water' character."
For more information, visit CastleRockBrewery.co.uk.
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