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Saturday, 19 February 2011

MAIDENHEAD, England - The Windsor Castle Brewing Company of Maidenhead has announced that it will soon be distributing its latest product Kiss Me Kate Beer.

Head brewer Chichester Croxtonworth told a reporter for Tickety Boo News that he worked diligently for two months on perfecting the new beer which has been named in honor of Prince William's new bride-to-be Kate Middleton.

Croxtonworth remarked that the new beverage will have more ingredients that your average run-of-the-mill beer. He stressed that many things were considered in the developing of this highly delightful brew.

He revealed that the hops that are used in Kiss Me Kate Beer are the best hops found anywhere in the world and are shipped daily from the Beaver Valley of Ontario, Canada.

Croxtonworth pointed out that the barley is of the A-1 variety which is planted, grown, and harvested, high in the Andes Mountains of Peru.

After the beer was put through over 300 different types of tests, unlike the usual 73, that most beers endure, the finished product was perfected.

The Windsor Castle Brewing Company then flew several noted beer drinkers to Maidenhead so they could test the new Kiss Me Kate Beer in person.

Among these brewski aficionados who traveled to Maidenhead were Ricky Gervais, Charlie Sheen, Mel Gibson, Len Goodman, Gretchen Wilson, Piers Morgan, and Chicharito.

All seven renown beer drinkers positively loved it. U.S. country music singer Gretchen Wilson liked it so much that she personally ordered ten cases which will be shipped from Maidenhead, England to her ranch outside of Lebanon, Tennessee.

Prince William told Tickety Boo News that he is royally thrilled at the new beer named after his fiancée.

Kiss Me Kate beer will be advertised as 'The beer fit for a king, a queen, a prince, a princess, and yes even a court jester.'

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