Brew­ers have lots of cheer for fes­ti­val fans

Middleton Guardian - - FRONT PAGE -

PUB-GO­ERS will be able to en­joy a se­lec­tion of 15 beers from in­de­pen­dent Bri­tish craft brew­ers dur­ing a 12 day fes­ti­val at a Mid­dle­ton pub.

The fes­ti­val is tak­ing place at The Har­bord Har­bord in Long Street from Wed­nes­day, Oc­to­ber 10 to Sun­day, Oc­to­ber 21.

Each of the brew­ers is a mem­ber of SIBA – the or­gan­i­sa­tion that pro­motes small in­de­pen­dent brew­ers and their beers.

Among the beers on of­fer are those brewed ex­clu­sively for the fes­ti­val as well as award-win­ners.

The beers in­clude Blue­berry Clas­sic Bit­ter (Coach House), Juras­sic Dark (Dorset), Jemima’s Pitch­fork (Glam­or­gan), Freddy Brewger (Robin­sons), Hope and Glory (Brent­wood), Hop Twis­ter (Salop­ian), Big Job (St Austell) and Wheel of For­tune (Cas­tle Rock).

In ad­di­tion the pub will serve five UK pro­duced ciders.

All beers and ciders are £1.99 a pint.

The ciders in­clude Tof­fee Ap­ple (Mr White­head’s), Leg­ben­der (Rich’s) and Pre­mium Perry (Broadoak).

Cus­tomers will be able to sam­ple any three of the real ales or ciders in spe­cial third-of-a-pint glasses for the price of a pint.

Pub man­ager James Cook said: “The fes­ti­val is the per­fect op­por­tu­nity to show­case the won­der­ful range of beers from in­de­pen­dent Bri­tish craft brew­ers.

“It will give peo­ple the op­por­tu­nity to en­joy a su­perb se­lec­tion of the beers that they brew, many of which have not been served in the pub be­fore.

“The fes­ti­val prom­ises to be great fun and I am cer­tain that my cus­tomers will en­joy them­selves.”

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