Twickenham craft brewery Jawbone Brewing has launched a new pale ale in collaboration with former England rugby captain Lawrence Dallaglio and his charity RugbyWorks.
Bardot is named after the houseboat Dallaglio used to moor at Swan Island, where the brewery is based. The can features artwork by local artist Ian McKillop, who has captured this corner of Twickenham riverside.
“I was very excited,” Dallaglio says of his brew day with Ben Hughes, founder of Jawbone Brewing. “The opportunity to be able to make your own beer in the place you used to live is very special. It’s hard work as well!”
“We were delighted to work with Lawrence to create Bardot,” Hughes adds. “This is a moreish pale ale that’s already proving very popular. And it’s for a great cause.”
For every can of Bardot sold, Jawbone Brewing is donating 30p to Dallaglio RugbyWorks. The nationwide charity uses rugby to inspire and support young people into education, training and employment. Bardot is available online, at the brewery door and in selected retailers now. Get in touch at email@example.com.