“Nova Foresta” beer helps secure the future of the New Forest

Vibrant Forest Brewery (small) - March 2015

A beer which takes its name from the name William the Conqueror gave to the New Forest when he established it as a royal hunting ground in 1079 is helping secure the future of the New Forest – with a donation for every pint sold being made to the Trust’s Love the Forest campaign.

Brewed by Vibrant Forest Brewery on the outskirts of Lymington, “Nova Foresta” is a spicy, fruity amber bitter brewed with English hops.

Kevin Robinson, Proprietor and Brewer of Vibrant Forest said “We are a small microbrewery and our passion is to develop, experiment and brew richly flavoured beer full of real character”

“Nova Foresta is just one of our extensive range of flavour packed beers.  We also offer Belgian style beers, India pale ales and experimental brews including the 2015 Winchester Beer & Cider Festival award winning Oat & Coffee Stout which is made in collaboration with Southampton based Mozzo coffee roasting company.”

“We are passionate about beer – and passionate about the New Forest too, so it seemed natural for us to get behind the Love the Forest campaign and do everything we could to support the work of the New Forest Trust.”

Julie Mottisfont, Director of Love the Forest said: “We are very grateful for the support we receive from businesses like Vibrant Forest”

“Donations help us to make a real difference in securing the future of the New Forest for everyone who loves it.  It is vital we tackle issues such as the safety of animals and protecting the landscape and the flora and fauna.”