A PUB is selling a beer named after the report into parties in Downing Street.

The Sue Gray Report, brewed by Downlands Brewery, is a “Covid rules safe beverage that pairs well with important work meetings, garden and cake”.

The six per cent hazy IPA has been very popular according to Haus On The Hill in Southover Street, Brighton.

The keg badge is in purple with the Royal Coat of Arms with “Sue Gray Report” underneath. It is described as a garden table beer.

The Argus: Downlands Brewery's Sue Gray Report IPA is being sold at Haus on the HillDownlands Brewery's Sue Gray Report IPA is being sold at Haus on the Hill

One of the bartenders said it has amused a lot of their customers.

She said: “The beer is made by Downlands, it’s very tasty. That’s why we decided to have it on tap.

“It’s a pretty strong IPA, it has been popular. It’s pretty hoppy, very rich in flavour because it’s six per cent.

“Downlands is a fantastic brewery, it’s a really lovely beer and it’s amused a lot of people.”

The Argus: Haus On The Hill in Southover StreetHaus On The Hill in Southover Street

The long-awaited Sue Gray report came out today and gave details of events at which officials drank so much they were sick, became involved in altercations and abused security and cleaning staff at a time when millions of people across the country were unable to see friends and family.

Several MPs in Sussex have called for Prime Minister Boris Johnson to resign, regardless of his apology in the House of Commons.

He said: “I take full responsibility for everything that took place on my watch.

“Sue Gray’s report has emphasised that is up to the political leadership in Number 10 to take ultimate responsibility and, of course, I do.”

The Argus: Prime Minister Boris Johnson at Four Pure Brewery in LondonPrime Minister Boris Johnson at Four Pure Brewery in London

The Metropolitan Police have issued 126 fines for rule breaches in No 10 and Whitehall, with the Prime Minister receiving a single fixed-penalty notice for his birthday party.

But senior civil servant Ms Gray condemned the wider culture that had been allowed to develop under the Prime Minister’s leadership.

Some of the findings stated that staff drank in Number 10 until the early hours of the morning on the eve of the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral and brought a karaoke machine.