2 MARCH 2020

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Article from BTNews 2 MARCH 2020

AND FINALLY: Tilting is back on the trains.

Those with long memories may recall British Rail’s Advanced Passenger Train (ATP).  That was a bit too steep for the government of the time (Mrs Thatcher) and the train together with operator was privatised.

But now you can get something called Tilting on the fast west coast trains.  Tilting Ale has been brought back by new operator Avanti West Coast by popular demand.  It is made specially for the rail company by RedWillow Brewery in Macclesfield.

Now available at the on-board shop, the British pale ale has a new look whilst retaining the light hoppy taste which has proved a hit with customers and connoisseurs alike.

Co-Founder Toby Mckenzie said: “Tilting Ale has been part of the RedWillow story, and this new partnership is a big boost, one that will give us the confidence to grow the business further.

Available in First Class courtesy Avanti West Coast.

Cheers.

www.avantiwestcoast.co.uk  www.redwillowbrewery.com

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