Some ponder what Meghan Markle's dress will be like, for others a Royal wedding is the chance to ponder who the celebrity guests might be but here at Inapub Inn we are more interested in the commemorative beers...

First off the mark, ahead of the big day on May 19, are brews from Wadworth and Brakspear.

Devises brewer Wadworth, has developed Suits You Sir, a ginger beer in honour of Prince Harry. The team combined British malt with American hops in the 4.3 per cent ABV beer, the name of which is a nod to Meghan's role in the TV series Suits, of course.

 

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CEO, Chris Welham, said: "The Royal wedding is a wonderful occasion and we wanted to create a beer to celebrate this. Many of our pubs will be holding events on the day and will be open later on both Friday 18 and Saturday 19. Along with millions of others, we will be toasting the happy couple and we have a unique and very special beer with which to do just that".

Over at Brakspear it's Hooray Harry! A 4.1 per cent ABV "easy drinking" ale that is described as having a rusty red colour and is also a marriage of British and American ingredients.

 

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"We wanted to mark this special occasion with a beer that offers all the traditional British-ness of a Royal Wedding, as well as a nod to Ms Markle's American heritage," said chief executive Tom Davies. "We think Hooray Harry combines these elements perfectly and, like its royal namesake, has plenty of character."

He's even offering a firkin for Prince Harry's stag do or the wedding itself – "And as Windsor is just down the road from Henley, we're happy to drop it off as part of our delivery run," he added.

The company's 11 managed pubs will also be offering 'Harry's Hampers' – a mix of British treats and American favourites such as Coronation chicken sliders; BBQ pulled pork Scotch egg; Victoria sponge and maple & pecan pie – and wedding cocktails including, the The Ginger Prince, made with gin, fresh lime juice, raspberry jam and ginger beer.

It is estimated that the Royal Wedding could boost the pub trade's coffers to the tune of £10m