Celebrity beer Hadley’s Gold set for national rollout

By Luke Nicholls

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Hadley's Gold is a smooth, golden, lager-style cask beer with a subtle, fruity aftertaste
Hadley's Gold is a smooth, golden, lager-style cask beer with a subtle, fruity aftertaste
UK drinks wholesale business Ooberstock has signed an exclusive distribution deal to supply Hadley’s Gold, a lager from former Spandau Ballet frontman Tony Hadley.

Product details:

The 4.0% ABV beer is brewed by Red Rat Craft, which is part-owned by Hadley.

It is a smooth, golden, lager-style cask beer with a subtle, fruity aftertaste. It’s malt ingredients include, pale, caramalt and oat, while fuggles, cascade and galaxy make up the hops.

Availability:

Hadley’s Gold is available to all UK pubs now. For more information, visit www.ooberstock.com​ or call the sales team on 0844 493 0002.

Cost:

The beer is priced at £69.75 per 9g cask.

Why you should buy it:

 Arran Heal from Ooberstock said: “Cask and craft beer is definitely a great point of differentiation for many pubs and at Ooberstock we aim to be famous for providing our customers with a great choice from this category.

“Hadley’s Gold is an example of this and we look forward to bringing other exciting brands to market over the next few months.”

More information:

Ooberstock has generated significant interest levels among retailers and consumers with a selection of celebrity beers in recent months. These include Mr Trotters 4.0% from Lancaster Brewery and Gladness – a light gold beer designed by Suggs and the band from Madness, brewed by Growler Brewery in Essex.  

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