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Iconic Cruise Line Launches Own Craft Beers Across the Fleet

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Cunard Line has launched its own craft beers across its three cruise ships in partnership with a microbrewery.

Cunard Line Craft Beers

Carnival-owned Cunard Line which is one of the most iconic cruise lines in the world has just launched its own Craft Beers. The new beers are now available across its three ocean liners Queen Mary 2, Queen Elizabeth and Queen Victoria.

The exclusive beverage selection is a ‘Black’ Stout, a ‘Red’ IPA, and a ‘Gold’ Pilsner and are the latest addition to Cunard’s custom beverage collection onboard. The new beers are in collaboration with DarK Revolution, an award-winning microbrewery in the UK.

Josh Leibowitz, SVP Cunard North America, said:

“Dark Revolution is known for their outstanding quality, balance and finish and we are very excited to partner with the brewery in creating these exclusive blends, adding to Cunard’s exceptional selection of beverages onboard.”

Cunard Black is a handcrafted Biscotti Breakfast Stout, inspired by Cunard’s legacy of world navigation with flavors from around the globe. The beer balances flavors of oats and dark roasted British malts with Sumatran coffee, Spanish almonds and Madagascan vanilla to create a stout beer with a touch of sweetness.

Cunard Red is a handcrafted IPA with a gentle nod to Cunard’s transatlantic crossings, combining American hops and British malts for fruity and citrus flavors and aromas. Cunard Gold is a classic handcrafted Pilsner, with fragrant hops and British malts combining for a German-style Pilsner.

The new craft beers are available on tap, in 12-oz cans and as a Tasting Flight in the Golden Lion Pub onboard, joining Cunard’s collection of select beverages including the 3 Queens Gin, Cunard Private Label and Cunard Private Reserve wines.

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All three Cunard beers are available through the in-cabin room service menu and in all bars and restaurants onboard. The draught beers are priced from $6.80 and a Tasting Flight is $6.90, while the 12-oz cans start from $6.00. The brews are included as part of the World of Drinks ‘Beers Wines & Spirits Option’ and join Cunard’s additional 42 different types of beers and ciders available onboard.

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