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Greene King launches sporting moments in its bottled IPA collection




Greene King has launched a series of special labels on its bottled IPA to mark great sporting moments
Greene King has launched a series of special labels on its bottled IPA to mark great sporting moments

Greene King has launched a limited edition label for its bottles of IPA capturing some of the special sporting moments over the past 60 years.

And as part of the launch it is giving away more than £50,000 worth of prizes.

Labels include England’s 1966 World Cup win and team GB cyclists’ eight gold medals at Rio.

Other moments depicted on the labels are Graham Hill’s win at the Monaco Grand Prix in 1968, Nick Faldo taking his third USA Masters in 1966, Bradley Wiggins becoming Britain’s most decorated Olympian in 2016, Jonny Wilkinson’s winning kick to take Rugby’s World Cup in 2003 and England under Ian Botham winning the Third Ashes Test at Hedingley in 1981.

The Sporting Moments bottles are available at Greene King IPA stockists across the UK.

Follow the Greene King IPA Facebook page and vote for your favourite sporting moment.



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