Orders in the Houses of Parliament for award winning Plum Porter

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MPs and guests got a taste for an award winning Stoke-on-Trent beer as the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) held a reception in the Palace of Westminster.
Plum Porter from Titanic Brewery was among the beers showcased at the prestigious House of Commons event.
Titanic Managing Director Keith Bott was on hand to talk to MPs about Plum Porter after being invited to the event by Stoke-on-Trent North MP Ruth Smeeth. ​

Ruth Smeeth

Ruth Smeeth

“We are proud of the success of Titanic Brewery and the way they have grown a thriving business in Stoke-on-Trent North,” said Ruth Smeeth.
“Plum Porter was much in demand at the event and it was a great pleasure for me to welcome Keith to Westminster.”
Plum Porter was a winner in the Champion Beer of Britain awards and is among the most popular beers produced by multi-award winning Titanic Brewery at its base in Callender Place, Burslem.
Titanic Brewery has previously had its beers on tap in the House of Commons’ Strangers Bar and recently brewed an exclusive beer called Olde Maudit for the Parliamentary Serjeant at Arms to serve to his guests.
Keith Bott said: “It was fantastic to be invited to Parliament by Ruth Smeeth and it was the first time I have been able to join her at the House since her election.
“We are very proud of our beers and the way we have grown our brewery and this kind of event helps to showcase Titanic and the thriving British beer industry on an important national stage.”
Founded 30 years ago, Titanic Brewery has grown to produce over 3 million pints of beer a year. Titanic employs more than 120 staff at the brewery and in nine pubs in Staffordshire, Cheshire and Derbyshire,

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Notes to Editors:
For further information about Titanic Brewery and its award winning beers visit the company’s website at www.titanicbrewery.co.uk Titanic Brewery was founded in Burslem in 1985 and has grown to produce around three million pints of fine ale every year. It is owned by Stafford born brothers Keith and Dave Bott. Keith is a past Chairman of SIBA, the society of independent brewers, and is a Director of Cask Mark, see http://cask-marque.co.uk/.
The brewery name is in recognition of Stoke-on-Trent as the birthplace of Captain Edward Smith, Master of the ill-fated Titanic ocean liner. ​