The monarch has approved the sale of two beers made from plants grown on his farm
Queen Elizabeth II approved the sale of beer made from the plants she grew at Sandringham estate in Norfolk, England.
These will be produced by Barsham Brewery Company using organic “Laureate Spring” barley and grown on rolling farmland in Sandringham. In the design, you can see the name of Sandringham and images of hares and pheasants.
These beers will be sold in the Sandringham gift shop for $5 per 500mm bottle. There are two varieties of beer: bitter and cold filtered traditional English, and stronger “golden” beer.
The palace told the people: “Sandringham Manor is a wildlife sanctuary for pheasants, hares, owls and many other species that thrive in woodland and farmland habitats.”
This is not the first time that the Queen has devoted herself to producing alcohol. His own “celebration gin” has been sold, which was made in the estate’s winery.