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It’s Raining beer!

Published on January 6th 2005.


Manchester was introduced to a sumptuous new beverage last night as the Rain Bar’s beer taps began pumping out JW Lees’ new Ruddy Glow Ale.
Never shy to try out a new form of beer, Manchester Confidential’s 3am boys turned out in force to test out the ruby ale, and were treated to a good old fashioned pint of ale for a change.
The Ruddy ale is the latest offering from the brewery, following on from its hugely successful Material Girl Ale and has been introduced as a seasonal beer to soften the blow of the colder, darker nights drawing in. On a brighter note, it’s a bloody good pint! Giles Dennis from the All-Parliamentary Beer Group ‘Brewer of the Year’, said: “Year after year we receive requests to bring back our most popular seasonal ales and we are always happy to oblige.”
Unlike poncy cocktails that Manchester Confidential is so regularly associated with, Ruddy Glow ale will put hairs on the smoothest of chests, and after a couple of pints, you’ll be reminiscing about Britain as a proper beer drinking nation, with blokes talking about football, having arm wrestling competitions and eating Yorkie bars, not how spikey you can get your hair before you go out.
So if you spot Ruddy Glow in your local, give it a try – and if you don’t spot it, tell your landlord that he’s missing out on a fine ale, although don’t mention it the Sugar Lounge as they’ll think it’s a cocktail and charge you £5.50 for it…
The only bad thing about drinking too much Ruddy Ale is that it makes you stay out all night on a school night and you end up going to the Circle Club where you can spot our drinking partner Coby, on display until 4am most nights.
Tim Gough

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