TWISTED Barrel Brewery and Tap House has created a custom pale ale for audiences to enjoy during performances of ‘The Choir of Man’ at Assembly Festival Garden.
The show features singalong renditions of hits from the likes of Guns N’ Roses, Adele, Avicci, Paul Simon and Sia and also has a real working bar on the stage.
Characters will be sharing out drinks fresh from kegs of ale that were made by Twisted Barrel.
The 4 per cent pale ale will be handed out at the start of the shows and will be served throughout The Choir of Man’s stay at the Assembly Festival Garden.
There will be daily shows at the gardens at 4.30pm, 8.30pm and 8.45pm from today until Saturday (July 30).
Audiences will also be able to get Twisted Barrel drinks at the Assembly Festival Garden bar.
The Choir of Man general manager Carl Bomwick said: “We couldn’t resist enjoying summer in Coventry and renewing our partnership with Twisted Barrell who have created a cracking ‘Choir of Man Pale Ale’ that beautifully complements our show.
“Choir of Man is a love letter to our local pubs and the perfect antidote to life’s worries, through singing songs and sharing pints with the friendly audiences of Coventry.
Tickets start at £19 each.
Visit assemblyfestivalgarden.com/whats-on/the-choir-of-man to book tickets.