Charity Ale ‘Chiltern Wheeling’ to support Wheelpower and celebrate the 2019 Rugby World Cup
To celebrate this year’s Rugby World Cup, The Chiltern Brewery (Terrick) have released a brand new beer that will be available exclusively during the World Cup – Chiltern Wheeling. But not only does the ale taste good, it also DOES good, by supporting well-known local charity, WheelPower.
“It is no secret that we pride ourselves on brewing the highest quality beers with the highest quality British ingredients, but something that we don’t shout about is our love of sport, particularly rugby” said Tom Jenkinson, Head Brewer at The Chiltern Brewery. “It can be easy to take this for granted and with this year’s Rugby World Cup in Japan, we wanted to go above & beyond with our celebrations. That’s why partnering with WheelPower on this year’s charity beer made perfect sense!”
“We know that people like to help a great cause whenever they can and with Chiltern Wheeling, we have made it easier than ever. We are delighted to be serving Chiltern Wheeling here at The King’s Head in Market Square, Aylesbury and you can look out for it in other pubs across the area too” added Managing Director George Jenkinson.
Sales & Marketing Manager James Bradshaw: “We’ve always been big supporters of the work that WheelPower do, and have been privileged to attend a number of their recent events, we are delighted that we are able to help increase awareness for their amazing work. This is a great pint and a great cause.”
CEO of WheelPower, Martin McElhatton: “WheelPower is delighted to be the charity partner for the new Chiltern Brewery – Chiltern Wheeling beer and celebrate their love of sport and support to help provide opportunities for young and newly disabled people to enjoy the incredible physical and mental benefits of sport and being active through our work. Chiltern Brewery are a fantastic local business and we are most grateful for the funds raised through sales of Chiltern Wheeling across Buckinghamshire and beyond. I am looking forward to tasting the new beer and enjoying it during the Rugby World Cup.”