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1. Longdog Winning Co-ALE-ition (4.2% abv) – this is a rebranded version of Longdog’s Brindle Bitter which is a malty tasting best bitter.
2. Langham’s Co-ALE-ition Gold (4.9% abv) — this is a rebranded version of the award winning Langham’s Arapaho which is a hoppy tasting golden ale.
3. Ascot Ales’ Co-ALE-ition Hope & Glory (4.6% abv) — this is a rebranded version of Ascot Ales Single Hop IPA. A different single hop is used from around the world every month so each month Co-ALE-ition Hope & Glory IPA will be a different taste, this is also our seasonal ale.
The ‘Ascot Brewery’ launch is on Tuesday 10th Dec at 12 noon, there are only limited places for this, so please don’t just turn up,
let me know of your intention to be there, bear in mind that the Ascot Brewery is in Camberley, Surrey, not Ascot!
We endeavouring to get a Stout and or Porter up and running before
the New Year also, more details as that happens.
If any of you can place these in any of your local pubs, just Google the Brewery and contact details will appear. They can be ordered direct, or through SIBA and East/West, depending on who your local landlord may deal with.
If you need more info call Alan 07946292557 or Derrill 07803292557
Brewery contact details:
Longdog brewery (Basingstoke, Hants)
Contact names: Phil or Lisa Robins
Tel numbers: 01256 324 286 or 07827 618 733
Email address: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Lesley Foulkes, Baron Von Thunderclap, Our Howling Laud, James Berrow and Saulo at the Co-ALE-ition Beer Launch at Langham Brewery in Sussex, Mon 2nd Dec.
Lesley and James are the owners, and Saulo is the brewer.
Its very short notice I know, but Party Members are invited to these two occasions!
If you live in the Sussex area, on Monday 2nd of Dec, you are invited along to the Langham Brewery, Old Granary Barn, Langham Lane, Lodsworth, West Sussex GU28 9BU to join our Party Leader for the launch of the latest range of our Co-ALE ition beers. Called ‘Co-ALE-ition Gold’.
The following day Tues 3rd December, in Somerset, you are also invited to ‘The Cross Keys’ (on the on the A37) at Lydford-on-Fosse, Somerton, TA11 7HA, for another launch of our popular beers.
Both events start around 7-7.30pm
Hoping to see some of you there if you can.
The Howling Laud.
Bob Burgoss and Lord Sutch got together in 1993 to commemorate 30yrs of ‘The Lord’ getting nowhere in his political career, a failure of which he was quite proud. Chris Black recently sent this photo to the Loony Party and we thought ‘What a coincidence’, we can revamp this and use it to commemorate the 30yrs of the ‘Official Monster Raving Loony Party’ in his memory.
We’re not complete failures anymore, having triumphed at Town and Parish Council level. Not quite reaching parliamentary heights yet, but ‘THEY’ certainly know that the Spirit of ‘Lord Sutch’ lives on. We’re here, we’re there, we’ve got Loony Candidates everywhere!
‘Wild Bob Burgoss’, the Tattooed Drummer, worked with David Sutch many times and produced the CD ‘Midnight Man’, our leader, Howling ‘Laud’ Hope wrote the sleeve notes.
Chris ‘Fender’ Black the ‘Fantastic Lead Guitarist’ with his band ‘The Blackcats’ also produced the backing for many of the Lords shows and toured with him on may occasion. Well done to them both.
This is Party Sympathiser Derrill Carr who belongs to CAMRA the Real Ale people. Derrill was very instrumental in arranging and getting our very own brand of beer ‘The Winning Co-ALE-ition’ out on the front of the country’s bar tops, brewed by the Longdog Brewery in Basingstoke, Hants. Its success so far is phenomenal, at least 10 Wetherspoon outlets have tried it and are coming back for more. What is so special about this picture is that Derrill is very pleased with himself because he is in ‘The Fox’ at North Waltham, which the first non-Wetherspoon to join our cause!
It is with our deepest thoughts for the family. We must report the passing of Party Member ‘Bob Powell’. Bob was an ex paratrooper stationed in Aldershot. Those of you who attended the 2005 conference in Aldershot at ‘Tudors’ may very well remember him, for he was the Landlord, with his wife ‘Winnie the Witch’. Bob’s party name was ‘The Ballooning Loony’ because of his ability to jump from great heights from ‘Barrage Balloons’ obviously, although Winnie once said that he has been known to jump from the top of the bedroom wardrobe before now! So long Bob, fond memories, tell the others when you get there that we still think of them,and don’t drink all the ‘Holy Water’ save some for us.
Billy James of Accrington has written a song called “This that this thing this it this he” and posted this movie on You Tube
He is a father of three and also a grandfather of three. Billy is increasingly upset with the way young people are being shackled with debt including house prices and student grants. This song was inspired by a question Billy was asking himself:
“What do you call a politician? Is it a this, is it a that, is it a thing, is it an it, or is it a he? The answer is the only people Billy can trust are the Raving Loony Party. . .
It is with regret that I have to inform you that ‘Bone’ tragically died last night after being involved in a car accident.
Bone was one of our 9 candidates to stand against each other in the May 2012 local elections coming second in the loony candidates with an impressive 13 votes. He will be sorely missed scurrying around the Albion pub and we pass our sympathy to his owner Rick. RIP Bone (woof)