Marco’s Premium Craft Lager Now Being Served Across Restaurant Estate
Marco Pierre White's new lager is now being served in selected restaurants across the UK.
The beer, which is called The Governor Great British Lager, is a full-bodied 4.7 per cent Pils-style lager. The second beer in Marco's range, it is brewed by Manchester-based JW Lees.
A full-bodied craft premium lager, it is made using all-English malt and goldings hops. Brewed in small batches, it has rich citrus aromas and is considered to represent the very best of British lager.
Presented in a contemporary shaped 330ml bottle, the branding is an update on Marco's 'Governor Ale' and displays a sleek, understated, premium design.
Marco said: "I've noticed more interest in premium, small brewer lagers than ever and this is a beer I've always wanted to produce. I wanted something that gave the perfect balance of malt and hops, British in its routes with a familiar Pils flavour.
"We will stock The Governor lager and The Governor Ale across my restaurants while discerning drinkers will be able to enjoy their beer in the knowledge that it was brewed with the best quality ingredients by a family of brewers in the UK."
William Lees-Jones, Managing Director of JW Lees, said: "We've been brewing beer with Marco since 2011 and it's a privilege that he has trusted us to collaborate on The Governor Great British Lager. With over sixty years' experience brewing lager we have the knowledge and passion that Marco was looking for to deliver his perfect lager."