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Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund to benefit from Spitfire Ale Pie!

Posted on 11 October 2012

Not that we've been banging on about it our anything, but we're very proud that the Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund (RAFBF) is set to benefit from sales of our limited edition Steak & Spitfire Ale Pie which was been launched in conjunction with the anniversary of the Battle of Britain this autumn. 

It is very possibly one of the best pies we've ever made, using tender, slow-cooked top rump steak, meaty portobello mushrooms and Spitfire Ale. On top of each pie is a small, Spitfire plane cut from shortcrust pastry.  

Most importantly, from every portion sold, 25 pence will be donated to the RAFBF, which supports serving and former RAF personnel and their families.  The RAFBF spends around £20 million each year helping over 60,000 people.

Photographed in front of a Hercules C130 aircraft at RAF Brize Norton trying a Steak & Spitfire Ale Pie are Flight Lieutenant Ric Campbell (L) and Sergeant Ali Hedworth (R) from 47 Squadron, RAF Brize Norton.

For more information on the RAFBF visit: www.rafbf.org

 
 

 

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