Second beer and cider festival
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Scarborough Beer and Cider festival will be held in the Old Parcels Office in Scarborough Railway Station from October 12-14.
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Food & drink
The second Scarborough Beer and Cider festival will be held in the historic Old Parcels Office in Scarborough Railway Station from Thursday October 12 to Saturday October 14.
The Festival will feature beers and ciders showcasing a selection of local brews and distinctive ales from across the UK – many of which will be making a first appearance in Scarborough. CAMRA’s festival chairman, Stewart Campbell said: “We are delighted to be staging the town’s second beer festival at the Parcels Office. We will have 60 real ales and 18 ciders and perrys from across the country.” A range of good quality and affordable snacks will be available in the entrance hall along with information about the work of CAMRA, nationally and in the Scarborough area; and a fund-raising corner in aid of local charities.
The central hall has plenty of tables to sit around and chat with friends, enjoy a drink and a snack, browse over the tasting notes for the dozens of brews on offer, or just listen to the varied programme of live music on the stage. The third room is a large bar.