All set for first beer festival


A VAST array of beers from around the country will be served up at a fundraising festival for two of the region’s charities. The CornShed Air and Bear Beer Festival takes place on Saturday, September 1, and will feature more than 70 different types of beer expertly picked by the Cleveland branch of the Campaign for Real Ale. Hosted by the CornShed at Sexhow Park Farm, near Hutton Rudby in North Yorkshire, the event will also see a full line-up of bands throughout the day including the Fallen, Fat Medicine and The Beer Pigs. Wines and ciders will also be on sale at the event, which runs from 3pm to midnight.

A VAST array of beers from around the country will be served up at a fundraising festival for two of the region’s charities.

The CornShed Air and Bear Beer Festival takes place on Saturday, September 1, and will feature more than 70 different types of beer expertly picked by the Cleveland branch of the Campaign for Real Ale.

Hosted by the CornShed at Sexhow Park Farm, near Hutton Rudby in North Yorkshire, the event will also see a full line-up of bands throughout the day including the Fallen, Fat Medicine and The Beer Pigs.

Wines and ciders will also be on sale at the event, which runs from 3pm to midnight. Food will be served up by The Bay Horse, Hutton Rudby.

All of the money raised will be split between the Great North Air Ambulance Service (GNAAS) and Zoe’s Place Baby Hospice.

Tickets cost £10 and are available by calling GNAAS on 01325-487263.

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