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Bushy's boss brews up a storm

Exotic provenance of Manx ale

A beer, brewed in the Isle of Man but containing ingredients from one of the remotest communities on earth, is to go on sale in a UK pub next month. 

Island Brew uses berries that are picked on Tristan Da Cunha, a tiny volcanic island in the south Atlantic with a population of less than 300.

The Manx-made bitter will be on offer at The Elder Tree Inn in the Lincolnshire village of Horsington from 2 December. 

Bushy's boss Martin Brunnschweiler, has been to Tristan and is enthusiastic about helping small communities brew-up something special:

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