A weekend of fun featuring 15 cask ales and ciders all at £3 a pint. See below for details and tasting notes.
We’ve also got a BBQ on the Friday and live Jazz Band and Hog Roast on the Saturday, plus more, there’s something for everyone.
Make sure you pop it in your diary.
Andwell, Hook, Hampshire
King John – 4.2%
The beer itself is deep amber in colour with a blend of pale ale and crystal malt. The bitterness and fruity aroma are developed from a combination of hops.
Quiver – 4.5%
Gloriously rich golden in colour and with a wonderful mown grass aroma, this premium bitter is full of complex flavours including a tiny amount of caramel.
Route 66 – 4.8%
Flack Manor Brewery
Flack Catcher – 4.4%
A clean distinctive rich golden ale with initial sweetness, smoothly spiced with a crisp bitter finish leading to an old fashioned zesty linger.
Pots Ale – 3.8%
A dry, hoppy traditional bitter with a light bronze colour. Excellent on its own and particularly good with food.
Hogs Back Brewery
Hop Garden Gold – 4.4%
A malty, pale golden beer with hints of banana and pineapple, with a good balance of aroma and bittering hops giving a long dry finish with a sense of sweetness.
Summer Lightning – 5.0%
An extremely pleasant bitter, straw coloured beer with a terrific fresh, hoppy aroma. This, coupled with an intense bitterness, leads to an excellent long, dry finish.
Ale Dorado – 4.5%
Rich copper coloured and flavoured with El Dorado hops to give a soft fruit, verging on the tropical, flavour and aroma.
Great Bustard – 4.8%
traditionally brewed using only the finest quality of water, barley and rye malts, whole hops and the brewery’s own top-fermenting yeast. The colour is deep amber with a red hue.
Three Castles Brewery
Corn Dolly – 4.7%
Honey Coloured, easy drinking. Slightly Floral, delicate aroma with a unique blend of lager & malt hops.
Stakes – 4.8%
A premium beer with a kick at 4.8%. Named after the farm where our brewery is based, its robust bitterness has hints of grapefruit and toffee.
White Horse Brewery
Stanford in the Vale, Oxfordshire
Village Idiot – 4.1%
A beer well hopped with Challenger/Bramling cross hops with a base of fine pale malt and wheat gives a light straw coloured beer with a lasting fruity aftertaste.
Old Rosie Cider – 7.3%
Much Marcle, Herefordshire
Weston’s cider’s flagship traditional unfiltered cloudy cider, matured in oak vats.
Orchard Pig Explorer – 4.5%
A medium still bitter sweet cider
Thatchers Heritage Cider – 4.9%
Matured in 100 year old oak vats. A light refreshing, unfiltered medium cider