Only a handful of tickets remain for this weekend’s CornShed Charity Beer Festival.
The event, being ran in conjunction with Cleveland Campaign for Real Ale (Camra) is raising money for the Great North Air Ambulance Service and takes place on Saturday 31st August 2013 from 3pm until midnight.
Taking place at the CornShed, Sexhow Park Farm, Hutton Rudby, North Yorkshire, the festival will feature more than 50 real ales, plus ciders, perry, wines and soft drinks. Food will also be available.
Also taking place will be a ‘Meet the Brewer’ event featuring Matthew Power from Truefitt Brewing Company in Middlesbrough. Matthew will be showcasing three of his ales – the specially brewed MBEer in honour of Judy Kitching MBE, Trembler featuring trial hop Mandarina Bavaria and Caffe Vinci Porter which includes 100% Arabica bean coffee imported from Italy. As well as serving up the ales, Matthew will be on hand to answer customers’ questions.
The few tickets still available, priced at £10, are available from the CornShed on 01642 700695.
Bands performing are:
Jack and Grace
Smith and Noble
The Happy Cats
Comedians/MCs also performing include: