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Evana comes up Trumps at the Cock & Bull

9 May 2006

Evana comes up Trumps at the Cock & Bull

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It’s official, The Cock & Bull online search for a new blonde is over and we have our girl. After a series of five hotly contested elimination rounds during which over 4,000 online votes were registered, Evana has comes up Trumps. We’re sure Donald would say “You’re Hired”!

Evana has been awarded the coveted title of Cock & Bull Buxom Blonde. This is of course the name of a Cock & Bull award winning Beer. Real beer lovers will no doubt have already tasted a Buxom Blonde. Also known as the champagne of beers, this wheat beer is pale in colour, and one of the most satisfying refreshing drops around.

Buxom Blonde has an excellent pedigree coming from the same stable as Epic Pale Ale – the recent Supreme Champion at the New Zealand International Beer Awards. More research on these and other award winning beers can be carried out in person at a Cock & Bull near you.

This competition has sparked lots of interest – check out the contestants and their final placings on line at


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