JACK fm Oxfordshire has teamed up with a local Brewery to produce JACK’s Better – a 4.3% ale being sold in local pubs.
It’s raising money for the Beer for the Boys fund which aims to provide every service person returning from overseas operations a beer.
JACK says it’s a “blend of the finest English Pale & Amber malt with buckets full of Bramling Cross & Challenger hops. Like JACK, it has a fine balanced flavour and a dry biscuit aftertaste. It’s also outstanding beer.”
Andy Wilson, Managing Director of the brewery which is making the ale, says “Here at White Horse Brewery we are very proud to be working With the JACKfm team, and brewing their JACK’s Better 4.3% beer.
“They are the most exciting radio station on the Oxfordshire airwaves and for us to be associated with them is great for our brewery. Our head brewer Steve has put all his knowledge of alchemy into creating this brew, and it sure is better! We can’t wait for you to try it.”