Indian beer at Buckingham Palace

April 19, 2012 18:00
Indian beer at Buckingham Palace

Indian beer Cobra is going to be supplied at Diamond Jubilee Picnic that was thrown by British Queen Elizabeth at Buckingham Palace on June 4 this year. It has been reported that Cobra draught beer will be served to the guests, who will be more than 12,000 in number. The best of this picnic is that even the performers would be given a chance to sip this mouth watering beer at the exclusive reception after the concert is over.

"Given Cobra's Indian heritage, we feel our presence at these celebrations also serves to represent the Commonwealth," said the founder and chairman of Cobra Beer, Karna Bilimoria. He also said: "We know that this will bring a great deal of pride not just to the UK's 2.5 million-strong Asian community, but also to the 1.2 billion people in India and the 30 million people of Indian origin worldwide.”

It has to be mentioned that so far only Queen Victoria in 1897 was the only woman from this family who celebrated Diamond Jubilee and now Queen Elizabeth joined the list.

With the news that Cobra beer would be served at Buckingham, people in India are reportedly showing more interest in sipping this beer. (Phani)

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