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Hooper’s to grace the Henley Regatta for second year

Monday, 13 June 2016 09:24

Hooper’s Alcoholic Fruit Brews are back by royal appointment with plans to be bigger and better than ever at the time-honoured Henley Regatta.

Hooper’s has a whole calendar of quintessentially British events to showcase the spectacular range of traditional alcoholic drinks and will be attending the Henley Regatta during the five day festivities upon the scenic river Thames.

Featured in the Barn Garden, Hooper’s has an extended garden that will feature traditionally British lawn games such as croquet and classic bowls, which embraces the British garden party theme.

The six drinks range includes traditionally British flavours, Dandelion & Burdock, Plum & Sloe, Strawberry & Elderflower, Raspberry & Nettle, Cloudy Lemonade and Ginger Brew. During the event, customers will have the chance to sample and buy each flavour within the Hooper’s exclusive garden party bar.

A selection of Hooper’s cocktails has been specially created for Henley Regatta. The list of brilliantly British cocktails includes; Strawberry Garden Fizz, Plum Collins and Raspberry Twist. Each incorporates a delicious traditional Hooper’s flavour mixed with a spirit and presented in a pitcher, perfect for sharing!

Hooper’s range of traditionally British alcoholic brews were first launched by William Hooper in 1817 and re-launched in 2012, paying tribute to one of the original British drinks pioneers.