Great Britain Deaf Football is pleased to announce, with Lymestone Brewery, a special edition beer ‘Stone Deaf’. It is now available to all our supporters and the wider public from Lymestone Brewery website (details below) and every bottle of the honey laced ‘Stone Deaf’ beer sold will help to raise extra money for GBDF.
The story behind this started earlier this year when Jack Butland (England & Stoke City goalkeeper) made a generous donation to the GBDF women’s team to help them to enter the Deaf World Cup. Ian Bradford, the owner of Lymestone Brewery, totally deaf in one ear and a Stoke City supporter wanted to help GBDF with the idea of a creating a special edition beer. The name ‘Stone Deaf’ was decided on by GBDF and Lymestone Brewery as a way of raising the profile of GBDF as the beer is made in Stone near Stoke-on-Trent and will help to raise money for the men and women deaf teams going to the Deaf World Cup.
You can order your Stone Deaf beer here at their website <Lymestone Brewery> and click on ‘Bottled Beers’ for further instructions. The beer is sold in a crate of 12 bottles and can be delivered to your doorstep. . Or if you are in the Stone/Stoke on Trent area, you can visit their brewery / pubs. This will be a great treat this summer when watching the Deaf World Cup online or the Euros on TV.