Beer Festivals


Fleetwood Beer Festival

Date and Venue The Marine Hall The Esplanade, Fleetwood, Lancashire, FY7 6HF Tel: 01253 771141 Map Thursday, 9th February 2012 : 7 – 11pm Friday,   10th February : 12 – 11pm Saturday, 11th February : 12 – 11pm Lytham Twilight on Sale  

Middle Earth Beer Festival

http://www.middleearthbeerfestival.co.uk/ This years Middle Earth Beer Festival, the fourth since the event was launched in 2009 promises to be the best yet with an extensive range of beers and ciders from home and abroad, great local food and fantastic live music.

NATIONAL WINTER ALES FESTIVAL 2012

18-21 January 2012 Sheridan Suite, Manchester Follow @WinterAlesFest CAMRA is proud to present a selection of 300+ British and Foreign beers, Real Ale in a Bottle, Ciders and Perries. With a selection of 300 beers, real ales in a bottle, ciders and perries we lay down the challenge that we will be able to find […]

31ST STOKE BEER & CIDER FESTIVAL

31ST STOKE BEER & CIDER FESTIVAL Incredibly there is less than four weeks before the start of the Greatest Show On Earth 2011. This year’s event will take place between Thursday 13 and Saturday 15 October at the fabulous Fenton Manor Sports Complex.  

Nottingham Beer festival

The beer festival renowned for offering the world’s largest selection of real ales once again returns to the fantastic grounds of Nottingham Castle. At last year’s festival we had an amazing 848 different cask beers on sale, which beat the previous world record of 698 (set up by us at the 2009 festival) by some […]

Royal Oak Beer Festival

The Royal Oak is a warm and friendly pub with a welcoming atmosphere in the heart of the Derbyshire village of Ockbrook. Run by the Wilson family since 1953, and as a free house since 1989, the building has been a working pub since 1762. OCTOBER BEER FESTIVAL Lytham,  Southport , Arkrights,  Fuzzy Duck, Lancaster, Burscough […]

Pump Clips

All the beers produced are simply stated as to what they are. To this end our newly designed pump clips have been made clearly and unambiguously. Each clip has on it an image which represents Lytham history. This is so that we always remember where the brewery originated.