Hooky Gold hits the Station
Pictured from left to right, James Clarke, Managing Director at Hook Norton Brewery, Lucy Knowles, Managing Director of Corney and Barrow and Hugh King, National Account Manager at Hook Norton Brewery.
On Saturday 29th July Corney and Barrow, London wine merchants, launched their latest London Bar.
The Cabin, based in Waterloo train station, is described as being a classy way to escape the maddening crowds and to put the romance back into travel.
To mark the event, Hook Norton’s Managing Director James Clarke, assisted by Hugh King, National Accounts Manager, were on hand to talk to the staff and guests about Hook Norton’s fine English ales.
As well as stocking a fantastic range of wines from Corney and Barrows cellars, The Cabin also stocks a full range of beers including Hooky Gold, Hook Norton’s famous golden ale, made with the Willamette hop from America that offers a refreshing and uplifting flavour guaranteed to give cheer to even the weariest traveller.
For more information visit http://www.corney-barrow.co.uk/cabin/