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Brexit blues? Drown your sorrows with estate agency branded beer!

Coventry-based estate agency and auctioneer Loveitts has launched an IPA and a traditional ale to celebrate its 175 years in business.

Nigel Lewis

Cheers! LtoR: Loveitts directors Chris Edsall, Sally Smith, Paul Barnes and John Pugh.

 

As the UK veers towards a Brexit disaster amid multiple cabinet resignations, many estate agents will be downing a few beers to drown their sorrows as brexit limbo continues to subdue many parts of the housing market.

But one estate agency has come up with the perfect tonic – to brew its own ales.

Coventry-based Loveitts has launched two craft beers in partnership with local firm the Twisted Barrel Ale Brewery.

Its Loveitts IPA and Loveitts Ale have been developed to help customers and staff raise a glass or two to the estate agent’s 175th anniversary.

The estate agency directors chose the brewery for its IPA blend and American-style ale both made with barley and grains.

Mash it up

Loveitts says it chose the Far Gosford-based brewery because it uses traditional brewing methods that would have been common when the agency was established in 1843.

The company says it is the only property auctioneer in Coventry and Warwickshire and the largest independent multi-disciplinary practice in the region.

“Our thanks goes out to the Twisted Barrel Ale Brewery who have crafted two tasty beers that have captured the heritage of Loveitts Estate Agents” says company director John Pugh.

“2018 has been an incredibly proud year for Loveitts Estate Agents and what better way to cap off a memorable 175th anniversary but to express our gratitude to our staff and customers with a personal touch.

“Not many people can say that they run or work for a business which has a pedigree spanning 175 years during which time we have forged some strong partnerships in the city which has contributed greatly to our success.”

 

November 15, 2018

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