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Great British Beer Brands

Great British Beer Brands

Where will you find an Orchard Pig Reveller right next to a Knight of the Garter? A Rutland Panther sitting next to a Black Sheep? Or a Speyside Oak Aged Blonde rubbing shoulders with Admiral Lord Collingwood? You’ll find all of these - plus many more slightly unusual beers, ales and ciders - on Brodie’s Great British Beer Brands Menu on board P&O Cruises newest ship the Britannia.

The Great British Beer Menu features 70 different bottled beers, ales and ciders from across fifty six UK counties including pilsners, ales, stouts, gluten-free beer and speciality beers such as the delightful Chocolate Tom from Robinson’s Brewery in Cheshire, Ginger Hare from Bath Ales in Somerset and Orange Peel from the Wadsworth Brewery in Wiltshire.

Prior to the launch of the Britannia cruise ship in 2015, the team at P&O Cruises had spent months going up and down the UK trying to source the finest selection of beers both from smaller, local, artisan brewers such as Windsor & Eton Brewery (Berkshire), Elgoods Brewery (Cambridge), Whitewater Brewery (Belfast), Fyne Ales (Dumbarton), Felinfoel Brewery (Pembrokeshire), Okell`s (Isle of Man) and the Hilden Brewing Company (County Antrim) as well as renowned breweries including Marstons (West Midlands), Greene King (Suffolk), Belhaven (Dumfries), Fullers (London), Theakstons (North Yorkshire), Brew Dog (Aberdeen) and Hall & Woodhouse (Dorset).

The Great British Beer Menu is available in Brodie’s, a classic pub which is named after one of the founders of P&O Cruises, Brodie McGhie Wilcox. A great place to meet with friends, relax with a beer or glass of wine, Brodie’s offers a variety of entertainment including quizzes, live music and karaoke as well as poker and roulette tables in the adjoining casino. With this fantastic choice we're sure you'll find some amazing new tastes and see beer in a whole new light.

  • 12th December 2014
  • Louise Hopper