Late Manchester barman has pint named in his honour

Pubs, the people in them, and pints played a huge part in Rhys James's life.

So when the Manchester barman was diagnosed with terminal lung cancer, he sought help from his many friends in one of them.

He even wanted a beer to be created in his memory.

Now, following his death aged 35, pints of Rhys's Remedy ale are pouring well, with proceeds going to a charity which supported him.

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