Navigation Pale Ale for the Monty!

Monty’s Brewery based in the Welsh town of Montgomery, has launched Navigation Pale Ale to support the ongoing restoration of the Montgomery Canal.

The Montgomery Canal has recently celebrated the opening of another restored section to Crickheath Basin while Schoolhouse Bridge, another 300 yds along the course of the canal, is currently being rebuilt – so it’s great to see a local business supporting the restoration effort.

Russ and Pam Honeyman run Monty’s Brewery and have always been interested in the canal and its history and Russ said: “It’s great that we can help the volunteers with their work to bring the canal back to life by making a donation from every pint of Navigation Pale Ale sold.

“We launched it in late May to coincide with the grand opening at the beginning of June and the response has been really good so far and, of course, the more people enjoy the ale, the more canal can be restored, it’s a win, win situation”.

Navigation Pale Ale is now available in many pubs near the Montgomery Canal in Shropshire and Powys and the reviews have been excellent with the Navigation Inn in Maesbury reporting selling-out Monty’s on the day of release.

Supporters can help raise funds for the Montgomery Canal by popping into one of the locals serving it and for those further afield it is available online.

Navigation Pale Ales is currently available in 5l casks to purchase online by clicking this link.

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