Events

Jun
21
Fri
18th Ale & Steam Weekend @ Gloucestershire & Warwickshire Railway
Jun 21 – Jun 23 all-day

The North Cotswold Branch of CAMRA in conjunction with the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway are holding their 18th Ale and Steam Weekend at Winchcombe and Toddington Stations from Friday 21st June until Sunday 23rd June 2019. We will again be splitting the beer sales between Winchcombe and Toddington Stations.

On Friday 21st and Saturday 22nd June, the bar on both stations will be open from 10:30 until 19:00 at Winchcombe, or 17:45 at Toddington. On Sunday 23rd June, both bars will be open from 10:30 until 17:00. Opening on Sunday will be subject to beer availability.

The total number of Beers will be fixed later, but will be about 40. Plus Hot & Cold Food with Soft Drinks.

Train Times & Entry

A ticket for travel or a platform ticket (£2 at Winchcombe, £1 at Toddington) on the day is required for entry to the event. You will then need to buy a standard souvenir glass for an additional £2. If you return your glass a refund of £1 will be given. You will also need to purchase a Beer Token Card(s) for the value of £10. (No cash sales at the bar). Hence a complete normal bar package costs £12. Any unused tokens can be exchanged back for cash, or donated to charity. You only need to buy a bar package once, which you can use at either bar. Extra token cards can be purchased as required.

An enhanced timetable will be in operation on both Friday and Saturday, including a shuttle DMU between Winchcombe and Toddington stations. The normal timetable will be in operation on Sunday. Further details of train times will be available nearer the time of the event.

Beer list

WINCHCOMBE
Bristol Beer Factory,Fascination ,4.2
Caveman,Citra,4.1
Crouch Vale ,Brewers Gold,4.0
Dark Revolution, Velveteen,Stout,4.8
Elephant School Summer Virgin ,4.5
Froth Blowers , Wellingtonian,4.3
Gun,Scaramanga,3.9 GF gluten
Hanlon’s,Citra IPA,4.0
Kelham Island,Pale Rider,5.2
Nene Valley,Pulping on your Stereo,4.5
Palmers,Dorset Gold,4.5
Pomona Island,3.8
Sadler’s Ales,Peaky Blinder,4.6
Saltaire,Pacifica IPA,5.5
Stardust Tip Off,5.0
Mighty Oak ,Oscar Wilde,3.7
Timothy Taylor’s,Landlord,4.3
Tiny Rebel,Cwtch,4.6
White Rock,Project Black , 4.1

LOCAL
Stanway,Broadway Artist,3.9
Goffs ,Decade Festivale,4.7
Donnington Gold,4.0
Stroud Hop D rop ,4.5
North Cotswold, , Hung Drawn N Double Port,6.1
North Cotswold, Shagweaver XL,5.4
Prescott ,Summer Seasons Best,4.1
Cotswold Lion, Woolpack,4.0

TODDINGTON
Abbeydale , Absolution, 5.3
Arbor Ales,Shangri La,4.2
BlueMonkey,Infinity,4.6
Brentwood,Marvellous Maple Mild,3.7
Brew Monster, Daemon Red IPA,4.6
Fixed Wheel, Lady in a Hat,4.3
Franklins Kaleidohop ,5.0
Kinver ,The Noble 600,4.5
Mad Dog,Marmalade IPA 4.5
North Cotswold,Hung Drawn’N’Portered,5.0
Ramsbury, Belapur IPA 5.5
Tenby Harbour (Harbrw),Caldey Lollipop,4.5
Thornbridge,Hopton,4.3
Whitstable,Oyster Stout,4.5

For further information on train times please visit the GWSR website.

Jun
22
Sat
6th Annual Rotary Beer and Cider Festival @ Hatherley & Reddings CC
Jun 22 – Jun 23 all-day

The sixth annual Rotary Beer and Cider Festival will once again be held at Hatherley & Reddings CC, Shurdington Road on Saturday 22nd and Sunday 23rd June.
Most of the beers have been sourced from small Cotswolds breweries. The majority never sold in Cheltenham so it’s a great opportunity to try 20 local beers without having to travel. The list will be published on our website www.rotarybeerfestcheltenham.co.uk when finalised.

Entrance £5 on the day or buy online 3 for the price of 2 until Friday 21st June.

1st XI Cricket v Tewksbury CC followed by The Institution Band on Sat and a new competition on Sun a T20 Blast v Cirencester CC.”

Jul
19
Fri
Cotswold (Postlip) Beer Festival 2019 @ Postlip Hall
Jul 19 – Jul 21 all-day

For full details check out the website https://www.postlip.camra.org.uk

Sep
13
Fri
12th Moreton Beer Festival @ Moreton Cricket Club
Sep 13 – Sep 14 all-day

The 12th Moreton in Marsh beer festival, hosted by Moreton Cricket Club and presented by North Cotswold CAMRA.

See their website for full details.

Oct
3
Thu
CAMRA Kernow Falmouth Beer Festival 2019 @ Events Square Waterfront
Oct 3 @ 8:00 pm – Oct 5 @ 11:00 pm

CAMRA Kernow Falmouth Beer Festival 2019

Marquees on Falmouth’s Events Square Waterfront will host the 2019 Falmouth Beer Festival on Thursday 3rd, Friday 4th & Saturday 5th October 2019. Featuring over 245 Real Ales, 80 Ciders, 20 Cornish Craft Beers, and 15 Cornish Gins, a mouth-watering selection of Street food, with Tutored Tastings across beer & Ciders, and a host of local singers, musicians and bands.

We would love you to join us celebrating Brand Cornwall. This year our theme reflects upon the Counties proud mining history whilst welcoming the nationwide success of Cornish Food & Drink, with the festival centred around the backbone of our largest ever selection of Cornish Ales. The festival’s glassware and shirts echoing the theme and providing a memento of the occasion.

The Cornish Bar again provides the backbone to our festival, after completely selling out last year we have upped the number to over 140 Cornish beers, the largest single range of Cornish Beers on one bar in the South West. The Out of County Bar will host over 100 beers including a selection of old favourites and brand new brews. Again this year will look to extend our range of Vegan and Gluten-Free beers to cater for as many festival friends as we can.

The Cider bar will serve a good blend of both traditional Ciders and Scrumpy alongside some fruit flavoured Ciders and traditional Perry’s. A must try is the St Ives Forager, after winning at last year’s Falmouth Beer Festival Cider awards and progressing to the national competition. Forager was awarded Silver in CAMRA’s national Cider Awards. Keep an eye out for all of this year’s winners. What be your favourite?

Last year we introduced our Cornish Craft Bar and Cornish Gin Bar. Well they’re here to stay! The feedback was that they complement the traditional beer festival range and offer options to the non-ale and cider drinkers. Were all about being inclusive in CAMRA and welcome all festival goers, hoping everyone can enjoy the ambience of the Falmouth Beer Festival.

Every year we seek a selection of very best local street food vendors to enrich our Festival offering. This year you will not be disappointed with a wide selection of both cuisines that originate from around the world and locally. Ranging from local game burgers, to Asian Curries, the freshest of seafood, and the flavours of Mexico and Latin American. Including Vegetarian and Vegan offerings.

We have lined up a local some local talent to both entertain and educate. With our Cornish Brewers and Cider Producers leading tutored tastings and share their brew secrets followed by local singer songwriters, singers and musicians ending the each night with the full band experience of both Small Wonder and the aptly named Cyderfex.

Opening times: Thursday 20.00 – 23.00; Friday and Saturday 11.00 – 23.00.

Entrance charges:  daily £10 Entry Package or  Weekend £15 Package includes:

Festival admission, £5 of beer tokens, a festival glass and a festival programme.

CAMRA members will receive an additional beer tokens. There is wheelchair access & disabled facilities. £3 Entrance fee for non-drinkers with soft drinks available for purchase. Pre-festival tickets sales enable weekend tickets to be purchased for the price of a Daily package.

You will be able to join as a CAMRA member on the day and receive 2 free festival pints alongside the discounted festivals, holidays and lots more.

Do you fancy joining the Falmouth Beer Festival Family? We welcome volunteers from throughout the country. If you’re interested in helping out at the festival please contact Niki on FalmouthBeerFestivalVolunteer@gmail.com

If you’re interested in becoming a festival sponsor or would like any further details please contact Sonia on festivalorgainser@cornwall.camra.org.uk

Nov
1
Fri
Cheltenham Real Ale Festival 2019 @ Cheltenham Ladies' College
Nov 1 @ 4:00 pm – Nov 2 @ 11:00 pm