Stephen Kerr MP for Stirling has welcomed the introduction of Kippen Beer “Local Motive” to the House of Commons Strangers’ Bar in Parliament.
The beer, brewed at Fallen Brewery just outside the Stirlingshire town of Kippen, has been added to the beer list at the well-known Strangers’ Bar at the request of Stirling’s MP. The bar is located inside the House of Commons and frequented by many MPs, staffers, and parliamentarians.
The Strangers’ Bar hosts beers from across the UK at the request of MPs, and recently hosted brews from Ayrshire and Norfolk. Fallen Brewery are the latest microbrewery to have the opportunity to have their beverage tasted by MPs and Parliamentarians.
Local Motive was originally brewed for the Cross Keys pub in Kippen, and is described as “Easy drinking but loads of flavour”
Stephen Kerr MP said: I’d like to thank the House of Commons admin team for accepting my request to have Local Motive added to the bar options. Stirling’s microbrewing industry is beginning to take off, and now MPs and staff from across the country will have the opportunity to try this quality beer brewed locally. ”
A Fallen Brewery rep said: “We hope it goes down well and lubricates some positive discussions.”
Stephen Kerr MP