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Hugh Pearnley-Whittingstall of River Cottage fame and brewery Hall & Woodhouse have been working together to brew a new organic handcrafted ale, which uses organic nettles hand-picked at River Cottage HQ, in Dorset. The result is River Cottage Stinger available online at £25 for 12 bottles.

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"I'm delighted with the results. I think we have produced a delicious and refreshing beer with true West Country character and real depth. Stinger is slightly spicy with a light bitterness and a subtle tingle that comes from the nettles. Equally good with summer barbecues and winter roasts or while sitting on a hay bale watching the sun go down"

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