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South Hams Brewery launches the Black + White milk stout

PUBLISHED: 13:37 25 September 2015 | UPDATED: 13:46 25 September 2015

Exeter Chiefs' Thomas Waldrom tastes a Black + White

Exeter Chiefs' Thomas Waldrom tastes a Black + White

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10p from the sale of every pint will go to the Wooden Spoon charity

The milk stout is brewed in a converted milking parlourThe milk stout is brewed in a converted milking parlour

Devon’s South Hams Brewery has launched a milk stout called Black + White.

Brewed in a converted milking parlour at Stokenham, near Kingsbridge, the beer was created in honour of England’s Rugby World Cup team.

Exeter Chiefs player Thomas Waldrom is helping promote the stout and 10p from the sale of every pint will go to the Wooden Spoon charity - the children’s charity of rugby.

Black + White is on sale in some South Hams pubs and Devon stores including Darts Farm near Exeter. You can also buy it at Stokeley Barton Farm, where the brewery is based.

Black + White from South Hams BreweryBlack + White from South Hams Brewery

To find out more – including how to get hold of Black + White – visit the South Hams Brewery website.

Originally known as Sutton Brewing, the brewery moved to its present site overlooking Start Bay in 2003. Its brews include Eddystone, Devon Pride and the award-winning Wild Blonde.



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