Keep your eyes peeled in the month of February for limited-edition ale ‘Bili Bili’, our collaboration ale with Welbeck Abbey Brewery! Hand-crafted at their microbrewery on the Welbeck estate, this fruity pale ale is packed with hints of zesty orange, reminiscent of the fruits of West Africa where we work.
‘Bili Bili’ takes its name from a popular traditional alcoholic beverage brewed in rural communities in Cameroon. The drink is brewed at home, primarily using sorghum malt and is thought to have many health benefits.
This charity cask ale will feature in local pubs through Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, and South Yorkshire. The design is bright and colourful and features the silhouette of the African long-horned cow, an animal central to the livelihoods of grazing communities in this region of Cameroon.
10 pence from the sale of every pint of ‘Bili Bili’ will go directly to Village Aid’s projects in West Africa, enabling ourlife-changing work to continue into 2018. If you run a pub and would like to find out more about supporting this project please contact Claire at Welbeck Abbey Brewery on 01909 512 539.