The Middlewich Beer Festival will return again this October, offering over 40 real ales, ciders and English fruit wines between Friday 28th and Saturday 29th. Doors will open to guests at 19:00 on the Friday offering live music.
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The Middlewich Charity Beer Festival, organised by The local Round Table, will once again take over The Middlewich Royal British Legion this October. The annual festival is extremely popular with real ale and cider drinkers alike. Offering over 40 real ales and ciders this year, there is sure to be something for everyone.
The festival kicks off on Friday 28th October at 19:00 featuring live music from The Reform for guests to enjoy. The festivities continue on Saturday the 29th with doors opening at 12:00 noon for the afternoon session, accompanied by various artists. Doors will close at 16:00 on Saturday before re-opening again at 19:00 for the final evening session where guests can drink the bar dry while enjoying live music from The Burritos.
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Tickets are on sale from Middlewich British Legion and Chisholm’s Newsagents on Wheelock Street. Entry is £8.00 for the evening sessions and £4.00 for Saturday lunchtime.
All proceeds raised from the event will go to The Poppy Appeal as well as a number of other local charities. You can find out more about the charities supported by Middlewich Round Table here.
More about the venue and the event it’s self can b found on the official event Facebook page, here.