The week in pictures

Brakspear chief executive Tom Davies (centre) with Friends of the Earth’s Caitlin Nisos (left) and Adam Scott (right). Photo courtesy of Henley Herald

Henley-based brewery Brakspear launched its 4.4 % ABV Honey Bee beer this week. Available in selected Brakspear pubs in Henley and later to be rolled out across the entire Brakspear estate in May, 10p from every pint sold will be donated to Friend’s of the Earth Bee cause campaign. Described as having ‘delicate, subtle honey notes, with a bracing delivery of hops on the follow through,’ Honey Bee was originally sold in 2015 and raised £1,300 for charity.

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