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Drink News


OVER £10,000 RAISED FOR MANCHESTER HOSPITAL STAFF TO ‘HAVE A DRINK’


DALES OF THE UNEXPECTED


Many acts of kindness showing the true spirit of British people, and the hospitality industry surfaced in the wake of the Manchester Arena bombing. Recognising staff experiencing one of their most exhausting and difficult shifts at Manchester Royal Infirmary, a London businessman Ed Hall created a crowdfunding site because ‘people working shifts after a bombing shouldn’t buy their own drinks.’


Originally appealing for £1,000, the total had exceeded a phenomenal £6,600 by 6pm the day following the blast to be put behind the bar at the adjacent Turing Tap, owned by Stonegate Pub Company who in addition promised to provide free food for the hero staff.


Ed, also a volunteer for a lifeboat crew in London, set up the page, by early evening conversations with the pub extended to paying gratitude to more emergency staff than originally anticipated thanks to the unbelievable generosity of well-wishers across the country.


“I listened to the awful news this morning and thought I’d like to put a few quid behind the bar at a pub near the Manchester Royal Infirmary. I know alcohol isn’t the answer to the stress and trauma that the emergency services have experienced today, but it seems a simple and easy way to say thank you.


I’m putting £50 behind the bar, any amount you can afford I’ll add it to mine,” wrote Ed.


“We thank our emergency services for the huge efforts following the tragic events last night. Honouring staff from Manchester Royal Infirmary is a great tribute but knowing how many more NHS staff we can now thank is incredible,” said Zoe O’Sullivan from Stonegate Pub Company. Complimentary teas, coffees, soft drinks and NHS staffs favourite tipple were offered to those who have helped all those affected by the events.


https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/ buythemadrink?utm_id=107&utm_term=DWBdQjXdq


18 JUNE 2017


Yorkshire-based drinks producer Intercontinental Brands has added Carthy & Black, a new range of cream liqueurs, to its portfolio.


The collection of Carthy & Black Yorkshire Cream liqueurs includes a velvety whisky variety as well as two unique gin creams – a refreshing ‘original’ version and a lemon gin cream, inspired by the Bettys Tea Room popular lemon and lime cake.


These gin cream liqueurs are made using the award-winning artisan Slingsby Gin from Harrogate, which is created using locally-grown botanicals from the town and has won over 15 prestigious awards since launching in September 2015.


Each variant has been produced using the freshest cream from Paynes Dairies’ in Boroughbridge, Yorkshire. The 17% vol cream liqueurs bring the spectacular landscape of Yorkshire to life using only the finest ingredients.


Marcus Black, Co-Founder and Joint Managing Director comments: Yorkshire and the Dales are home to some of the world’s most spectacular landscapes.


The rich, diverse soil yields the interesting and unusual ingredients which go into creating this delicious collection of drinks.


Mike Carthy who joins Marcus as Co-Founder and Managing Director adds: Inspired by the success of Spirit of Harrogate’s Slingsby Gin, we wanted to create a range of drinks that showcases all that Yorkshire has to offer. We like to push the boundaries with innovation and experimented with new ways in which to give the classic cream liqueur an unexpected twist.


CARTHY & BLACK LAUNCHES WITH RANGE OF GIN AND WHISKY CREAM LIQUEURS


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