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Pub landlord brews special fundraising beer for Lauderdale House projec

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  • terry foreman
    The orange IPA brew has been named after the long-time mistress of King Charles II, Nell Gwynn, who resided at the Grade II-listed house in Waterlow Park in
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      The orange IPA brew has been named after the long-time mistress of King Charles II, Nell Gwynn, who resided at the Grade II-listed house in Waterlow Park in the mid-1600s and was dubbed “pretty, witty Nell” by Samuel Pepys.

      The beer will go on sale at The Bull Highgate, next month and has been made using American hops and the zest of 40 blood oranges.

      Before becoming an actress, Nell was an “orange-girl” at the Theatre Royal, where she sold small the fruit to audience members.

      For every pint sold, 10p will go towards the £1.8million Lauderdale Transformed project to renovate run-down parts of the house and create modern facilities – including a state-of-the-art glass-fronted workshop with views across Waterlow Park.

      The beer will go on sale at The Bull Highgate, next month and has been made using American hops and the zest of 40 blood oranges.

      Before becoming an actress, Nell was an “orange-girl” at the Theatre Royal, where she sold small the fruit to audience members.

      For every pint sold, 10p will go towards the £1.8million Lauderdale Transformed project to renovate run-down parts of the house and create modern facilities – including a state-of-the-art glass-fronted workshop with views across Waterlow Park.

      More here:  http://www.hamhigh.co.uk/news/pub_landlord_brews_special_fundraising_beer_for_lauderdale_house_project_1_2195811
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