London pub launches new ‘Harry’s Bitter’ beer that at 3.9% strength is ‘as weak as its namesake’ after Prince and Meghan’s Netflix whingefest
- The Duke of Sussex pub in London has a new on-tap beer branded ‘Harry’s Bitter’
- The pub in west London unveiled the bitter with an image of Prince Harry’s face
- This comes after the release of Harry and Meghan’s Netflix documentary series
A pub in London appears to have commemorated the fallout of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex‘s Netflix documentary with a new on-tap beer.
The Duke of Sussex pub in Chiswick, west London is now offering ‘Harry’s Bitter’ to customers.
The badge on the beer tap even features Prince Harry’s face with a patriotic red white and blue colour scheme.
The beer is a rather weak 3.9 per cent alcohol and is labelled as ‘a royally good tipple’.
The badge on the beer tap even features Prince Harry’s face with a patriotic red white and blue colour scheme
The Duke of Sussex pub in Chiswick, west London is now offering ‘Harry’s Bitter’ to customers
The Green King pub in Chiswick had been selling the bitter before the first three episodes of the controversial docu-series were released on Thursday.
But since the fallout of the contentious series, the pub decided to rename it to ‘Harry’s Bitter’.
One visitor to the Duke of Sussex pub noticed the new label, calling it a ‘beautifully British riposte to Harry and Meghan’s self-pitying Netflix show’.
He also pointed out that it was ‘fittingly’ only 3.9 per cent alcohol, saying it was ‘as week as its namesake’.
This comes after the release of Harry and Meghan’s Netflix series which started streaming this week.
Three one hour episodes have so far been released with more on the way.
Netflix today released a trailer for the next batch of episodes.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are pictured in their Netflix docu-series, ‘Harry & Meghan’
Harry is seen saying in an interview on the docu-series: ‘There was no other option at this point. I said, ‘we need to get outta here”
During the Netflix episode, Meghan says: ‘This is when a family and a family business are in direct conflict’
Over the first three episodes of the docu-series, Harry has accused the royals of having a ‘huge level of unconscious bias’ and colluding with media to ‘destroy’ Meghan. He has also as well as slighting his father and brother about their choices of bride.
Meghan claims she received little support from Buckingham Palace as a new royal bride, saying there were no etiquette classes and she was reduced to googling the national anthem. She also said she was too scared to wear colourful clothes in case she overshadowed the Queen.
Sources have dismissed this, saying she was guided by the late Queen’s trusted deputy private secretary, Samantha Cohen, as well as her ladies-in-waiting. It is understood Meghan was also offered dozens of meetings with senior officials, but refused to take their advice.