A joint visit, with Tewkesbury CAMRA, to the Ludlow Food & Drink festival.
The coach fare (departure from Royal Well) will be about £12.00 and there will be a £5.50 entry fee to the event.
“Take 200 Real Ales, combine 60 passionate, local food and drink producers, mix in toe tapping live music, over 180 spectacular classic cars what do you get… The Ludlow Spring Festival of course!”
Further details will be provided closer to the event, but to reserve your place on this popular trip, please contact Steve at email@example.com. org.uk
The Royal Oak’s 15th Annual Beer & Sausage Festival gets underway at 5.30pm on Friday 26th May – the theme of this years event is ‘out of your comfort zone’ with 20 beers which are not readily available locally. A selection of european sausage platters will help complement the beers.
Electric Bear – Cherry Blackout 8.0%
Chough – Cadgewith Crabber 4.3%
Waen – Lemon Drizzle 3.7%
Treboom – Kettle Drum 4.3%
Great Heck – Dave 3.8%
Horbury – 5 Hop 4.2%
Hop Craft – Rudi in Orbit 4.4%
Track – Sonoma 3.8%
Dark Star – Sunburst 4.8%
North Riding – Chinook 4.5%
Brew York X – Panda 4.5%
Electric Bear – Laid Back 3.3%
Keep Brewing – Defiant 4.0%
Unity – Pekin Pale 4.1%
Ainsty – Flummoxed Farmer 4.0%
Driftwood – Trevaunance Pale 4.0%
Staggeringly Good – PaleAleontology 4.8%
Half Moon – F’hops Sake 3.9%
Anarchy – Citrastar 4.1%
Chapter – Chapter Nine 3.7%
Rostbratwurst – Small Franconian German peppery sausage with marjoram
Smoked Kabanos – Air dried smoked Polish sausage with mild herbs
Saucisson de Toulouse – The classic red wine and garlic coarse French porker
Lamb Spring Onion & Ginger – A Celtic recipe with lamb and a spiced twist
arnkfurterki – Mild smoked pork and mustard finger sausage
Huddersfield Black Pudding – A Yorkshire pudding that isn’t eaten with roast beef!
Käsekrainer – Quirky Austrian sausage with pork, beef and cheese
Chorizo – The iconic cured, smoked, garlicy, pakrika banger
Well Hot Chilli – Try this last.
FRI 26th: 6PM-CLOSE
SAT 27th, SUN 28th & MON 29th May :12NOON-CLOSE
Cheltenham’s Battledown Brewery will be taking over the taps at The Bank House. Join them from 6:00pm
Beer & Food matching evening on 23rd Jan from 7pm. It’s presented by Butcombe brewery with Annabelle Smith, UK’s first female Sommelier. It also features a quiz with prize, all for free.
Anyone interested should register with the pub to reserve a place.
CAMRA Tasting Panels are responsible for tasting all the real ales that are regularly brewed within their area, and for submitting the descriptions to CAMRA’s Good Beer Guide. They also put forward beers to CAMRA’s Champion Beer of Britain Competition and members can get involved with beer judging if they wish.
All of the Panel members are volunteers who have been trained by CAMRA. No experience is necessary, just a good nose, a taste for a variety of beers and a willingness to fill in tasting cards throughout the year. The panel also meets occasionally.
The next Cheltenham Tasting Panel will be open to all CAMRA members to attend, see what the panel does and, if interested, find out how training can be arranged to join a panel. Details of the next panel meeting are:
Sunday July 15th at 19:30
Old Courthouse, Regent Street (opposite the Everyman Theatre)
Following that we may also visit the Sandford Park Alehouse or other locals, depending on beer availability.
If anyone is interested in attending please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday 2nd May at 7pmexciting Camden Town Beer Tasting & Food Pairing Event for £10 per person.
Try Camden Hell, Camden Pale Ale and Camden Gentleman’s Wit white beer like never before, as they’re paired with nibbles and learn more about each beer from our expert Brewer.
Enjoy Camden Hell Lager matched with Crispy Salt & Pepper Calamari. Camden Pale Ale with “Bar-beer-Cue” Wings and Camden Gentleman’s Wit white beer matched to a delicious Mini rose & vanilla cheesecake.
There will also be some Camden Town Brewery goodies to take home!
Limited spaces available!!! Book your space now!