Rocking Rudolph Ale announces Christmas comeback with Macmillan Cancer Support donation
Rocking Rudolph Ale is back for the festive season and is celebrating with a charity donation. The full-bodied 4.2% Christmas ale, which is brewed by Greene King, will be available throughout December in a number of UK venues including in Berkshire, Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire. As part of its return, Greene King Brewery will give 5p from every pint of the ale sold to Macmillan Cancer Support.
A popular festive drink, Rocking Rudolph Ale deer-livers a taste of Christmas cheer via its fruity and toffee-malt notes, with a crisp bitter finish. The treasured ale is also known for its eye-catching flashing hand pull – which features Rudolph's iconic red nose. Money raised from sales of Rocking Rudolph Ale will help Macmillan Cancer Support continue to provide vital care and assistance to people living with cancer. This marks the latest step in a ten-year partnership between Greene King and the national cancer charity. To date, the UK's leading pub company and brewer has raised over £13 million for Macmillan as the charity's top employee fundraising corporate partner.
Jack Palmer, head brewer at Greene King Brewery, said: "We are delighted to announce Rocking Rudolph, and its memorable flashing hand pull, is back! This year, we are proud to be supporting Macmillan with a donation from every festive pint. Christmas is about coming together and celebrating. Now, guests can enjoy a pint of Rocking Rudolph with their loved ones, knowing they are also contributing to an important cause."
Be sure to keep your eyes peeled for Rudolph's red nose and flashing hand pull, next time you visit the bar! To find your nearest Greene King pub in the region, visit https://www.greeneking-pubs.co.uk