How you could win your own Platinum Jubilee drinks bar

Free jubilee bar

You could win your own Jubilee bar in our free competition - Credit: Moon Gazer

You could raise a glass to the Queen on her Platinum Jubilee - thanks to our competition to win your own free bar.

We've teamed up with Norfolk-based brewery Moon Gazer to lay on drinks worth almost £500 for the lucky winner, their family and friends to toast this unique occasion.

The prize includes 72 pints of Moon Gazer’s Jubilee special Hare Majesty Pale Ale, 36 cans of selected Moon Gazer craft beer, two bottles of Norfolk Gin, a bottle of Norfolk Vodka and a bottle of Norfolk Rum from Black Shuck, plus tonics.

Hare Majesty

The price includes 72 pints of Moon Gazer's special Jubilee ale Hare Majesty - Credit: Moon Gazer

Also behind the winner's bar will be 36 pints of Norfolk Cider and 18 pints of Norfolk apple juice from Whin Hill Cider, plus a selection of Kettle Chips for nibbles.

All you have to do to be in with a shout is answer one simple question about Queen Elizabeth II, who celebrates her Platinum Jubilee over a four-day Bank Holiday weekend next month.

Our much-loved monarch is well known for her lifelong love of dogs. But which has been her favourite breed of them all ever since her 18th birthday, when she was given a puppy called Susan by her father, King George VI?

Is it A) Corgis, B) Chihuahua or C) Cavalier King Charles Spaniel?

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Answers can be emailed to or posted to Moon Gazer, Archant competition, Prospect House, Rouen Road, Norwich, NR1 1RE.


Ciders and apple juice are also included in the prize - Credit: Paul Tibbs

The closing date is 5pm on Thursday, May 19. Editor's decision is final. Entrants must be over 18 to enter and are asked to drink responsibly.

The winning prize will be distributed during the week commencing Monday, May 23 by Moon Gazer.

Entrants' personal details will only be used for the purpose of running the competition and contacting the winner.

One winner will be selected at random from all entries from participating papers. Winner may be required to appear in promotional images to announce winner.