We are delighted to be able to support our friends at Jeremiah's Journey by creating this special, one-off bottle of beer.
The beer, named after the incredible charity, will be given out at this year's Parish Plod, organised by Jeremiah's Journey to raise funds.
Jeremiah's Journey is a fantastic charity based in Plymouth, Devon, which works with children who are grieving due to a bereavement. The charity supports over 200 children each year, with nearly half of the children having lost, or facing the loss, of a parent.
Founded in 1996, the charity was formed by Dr Jacqui Stedmon, Dr Sheila Cassidy, Diana Maynard and Ann Tucker, who wanted to use their skills to help local children who were going through a difficult life experience.
Over the past 20 years the charity has helped thousands of children, and are helping more and more children each year.
To help raise funds for their charitable activities, the group organise regular events and on Sunday July 3 they will be running their annual Parish Plod!
The Parish Plod is a six mile walk which starts, and ends, at the Royal Oak in Meavy, and revellers will get to enjoy the beautiful Dartmoor Views as the walk for six miles through the countryside, taking in a few country pubs along the way.
To help support the charity and mark the occasion, we have created this special, one-off bottle of beer which will be given away to all adults who take part in the Parish Plod, when they return to the Royal Oak at the end of the walk.
Then, after the plod, everyone who has taken part can enjoy a BBQ and live music from local band Last Orders Unplugged.