We’ve teamed up with Wainwright golden ale, Thwaites leading premium cask beer and proud sponsor of Lancashire County Cricket Club, to offer one lucky reader the chance to win tickets to see Lancashire County Cricket Club in Twenty20 action against old rivals Yorkshire.
Our winner will net themselves a pair of tickets to see Lancashire take on Yorkshire in the first Twenty20 meeting of the season on Friday 10th June 2011 at Old Trafford. The match starts at 5.40pm.
Originally brewed as a seasonal beer in 2007 to honour one of Lancashire’s most famous sons, author Alfred Wainwright, the 4.1% golden coloured beer proved so popular that it quickly became a permanent part of Daniel Thwaites’ range of ales.
Founded in 1807 Daniel Thwaites is the North of England’s major independent family brewer and has a rich heritage providing welcoming hospitality and award-winning beers that are brewed with skill and care from the highest quality ingredients. In addition, Thwaites supplies a full range of drinks to many independently owned pubs, clubs and restaurants in the North of England and beyond and a wide range of bottled beers to most major supermarkets.
For more information about Thwaites Wainwright visit www.danielthwaites.com
To win this amazing prize correctly answer the following question and leave your contact details in the form below: Who brews Wainwright Golden Ale?
Standard Cricket World competition terms and conditions apply. Transport to the ground is not part of the prize and winners will be drawn on 8th June 2011.