The 15th Scunthorpe Beer Festival, arranged by Scunthorpe & District CAMRA, will be taking place at Campbell’s Bar in the centre of Scunthorpe from 20th-23rd September.
This year sees 25 real ales from Yorkshire, the South West, the Heart of England and the East Midlands. The organisers have tried to feature as varied a range as possible, and are hopefull there will be beers to suit all palates. There will also be cider & perry, plus soft drinks for drivers or children.
The list of beers and ciders is shown below. These are the beers that have ordered from suppliers, but do be aware that these can sometimes change slightly due to the vagaries of brewing schedules.
Campbells Bar on Doncaster Road
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As well as bitters, pale, hoppy ales and strong ales, there'll also have a vanilla stout, a chocolate orange stout, a raspberry beer, an elderflower beer, a ginger beer and a strong saison beer brewed in the Belgian style with added rhubarb!
In addition there’ll be hot and cold food from Campbell’s Bar at all sessions, consisting of delicious pie and peas, burgers and a selection of filled rolls.
If you fancy a flutter on the festival tombola, then there’ll be lots of beer prizes to win. And if you want a souvenir of the event, a festival pint glass will be available to buy for £2. Hopefuly hot off the presses, the 2013 CAMRA Good Beer Guide will be for sale, the latest edition of the beer lover’s bible.
Opening Times & Admission:
Thur 20 Sept: 530–11 pm (£2)
Fri 21 Sept: 11 am-4 pm (FREE); 6–11 pm (£2)
Sat 22 Sept: 11 am-11 pm (£2)
Sun 23 Sept: 12 noon-4 pm (FREE)
Free to card carrying CAMRA members at all times.
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