THE Lymm Beer Festival is back for its sixth year and organisers Lymm and District Round Table are promising another fantastic event.
This year’s charity event, once again sponsored by Warrington-based Urban Building Projects, will take place on Friday 9th (6pm-11pm) and Saturday 10th (noon-11pm) September in Lymm Village Hall and over 36 cask ales will be on offer plus a selection of ciders, perrys, lager and wine.
There will also be live music throughout both days, food and free soft drinks for non-drinkers. The entry fee is £5 (£3 Saturday afternoon and discounts for CAMRA members) which includes a pint glass created specifically for the event. All cask ales, ciders and lager are at one great price of £2.50 a pint.
The Round Table is also seeking organisations to sponsor a cask for £80 for which their names will appear in the programme, at the event and on the festival’s Twitter and Facebook feeds. Sponsors will also receive four tickets and £20 of beer tokens.
Lymm and District Round Table member and beer festival organiser Euan Macdonald said: “The beer festival has continued to go from strength to strength and raised thousands of pounds for local good causes. We will again be focusing on ales from local breweries, but draft lager and fizz will also be in plentiful supply after proving popular last year. We are keeping our fingers crossed for the weather again as there’s nothing better than sipping a refreshing drink in the late summer sun.”
For more information about this year’s beer festival visit www.lymmbeerfest.co.uk, find it on Facebook or Twitter, or, if you’re interested in sponsoring a cask email firstname.lastname@example.org or call James on 07480 477970.