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Law firm's beer festival a huge success.

TWO.HUNDRED guests celebrated law firm Wright Hassall's annual beer festival in style - wetting their whistles with Hassall Hops, a craft ale designed by Coventry-based bar brewery Twisted Barrel.

Business contacts gathered at the firm's offices on Olympus Avenue in Leamington to sample a range of craft beers over networking.

The team from specialist beer company Beer Gonzo, led by director Mick Leape, were on hand to talk about the different ales on offer, sharing everything from the brewing process, the taste and smell of the ales to which beer goes best with different foods.

Lucie Byron, senior associate at Wright Hassall, said: "We were delighted to work with the team at Beer Gonzo again.

"It is a great opportunity to network with professional contacts from around the region in a relaxed and fun atmosphere.

"Our first beer festival was such a success we felt we had to do something special to try and top it - and coming up with the idea for Hassall Hops was a touch of genius by one of the team!"

CAPTION(S):

Vicky Phillips, Bidwells Chartered Surveyors; Claire Waring, Carol Matthews, both Wright Hassall

Alex Robinson, Katie Alsop, BOTHWRIGHT Hassall

Robert Lee, Wright Hassall; Fraser Gray, AlixPartners; Paul McGowan, Hilco Capital

Matthew Sharp, Luke Moulton, both Wright Hassall

Ruth Cosgrove, Jonathan Horton, Santander UK

Nick Abell, Wright Hassall; Mick Leape, Beer Gonzo; Lucie Byron, Wright Hassall

Michael Goldfinch, Wright Hassall; Graham Nicoll, KPMG; Oliver Jones, Crabb Curtis; Paul Averis, Crabb Curtis

Tom Meredith, Daniel Good, Daniel Worthing, all Brooks Macdonald

Monica Kapur, Wright Hassall; Sharon Hill, Poppleton Appleby; Kelly Schofield, Wright Hassall

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