Tobi’s Tipple Helps Cause

April 5, 2016

Tobi is an anagram of the charity’s initials, and provides the pants-wearing logo.

Tobi’s Tipple is a special edition is made by Norfolk Brewhouse at Hindringham near Fakenham generating donations to It’s On The Ball.

It is run by brewer David Halliday and his wife Rachel in a converted barn at his father’s farm.

Mr Halliday said: “Testicular cancer is the most common form of cancer amongst young men as well as a difficult subject to get men talking about. So creating a special beer, with the support of pubs, seemed like the perfect combination to increase awareness and conversations.”

The beer pump clip sign carries a logo of a man wearing Y-front pants – reinforcing the need for young men to check themselves in the shower monthly.

Pump ale has been on sale during April – Testicular Cancer Awareness Month – including at many Norwich Inns outlets.

Bottles of Tobi’s Tipple are available year around.

Norfolk Brewhouse began four years ago, making 3000 pints a month. I t now produces up to 8000 pints a week and has added two full-time staff to its workforce.

Its core ales are the Moongazer trio of Amber, Ruby and Golden, with three or four special beers during the year.

Learn more about Norfolk Brewhouse at www.norfolkbrewhouse.co.uk

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