Beer Festival List confirmed (revised)

The beer, cider & perry selection has been confirmed and deliveries are on-going.  You will see that the total number of ales has risen this year to 13.  The ciders & perries have stayed at 6.  This year we also have a sponsor for the glasses, a very big thank you to First Aid & More for their support with this.

Below you will find the chosen list of ales, ciders and perries plus our kind sponsors;

All Gates – Mosaic 4.2% – Pale Ale – Seward Refrigeration

Bank Top – Bad to Bone 4.0% – Bitter – Ultra Welding

Blackedge – IPA 4.7% – Pale Ale – Impact Catering

Brightside – Underworld 4.6% – Porter – BWA Consultancy

Dunscar Bridge – Rialto 47 3.9% – Bitter – PB & T Joiners & Builders

Greenmill – Talisman 4.2% – Golden Ale – Morsons

Irwell works – Steam Plate 4.3% – Best Bitter – Key Line

Leyden – Black Pudding 3.8% – Mild – Titley Catering

Outstanding – Standing Out 5.5% – Strong Ale – County Milk Products

Privateer – Roebuck 3.8% – Golden Ale – Steve Cartwright Esq

Prospect – Big John 4.8% – Stout – MP Power Projects

Ringway – Best bitter 4.2% – Best Bitter – First Aid & More

Wilson Potter – Bob don Doon 4.2% – Blonde – Andrew Brunt Esq

Ciders & Perries all from Gwynt Ddraig

Two Trees Perry – 4.5% – County Milk Products

Pyder – Medium blend 6.0% – Eccles Ladies & Girls

Fiery Fox – Medium 6.5% – Flightsbiz

Hay Maker – Medium 6.5% – Eccles Jnr & Snr Colts

Dog Dancer – Medium Dry 6.5% – Eccles Minis & Juniors

Finally from Madhatters Cider

Worlds End – Dry 6.0% – Eccles Senior Teams

Happy Drinking to you all.

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