|Try Some Ales At Ealing Beer Festival|
Walpole Park is the venue for 22nd Ealing beer event
Around 200 real ales will be on offer at the Ealing Beer Festival, which is back at Walpole Park from July 6-9.
The beer list is still being finalised, but the provisional list includes ales from as far afield as Strathaven in South Lanarkshire to Potholer beer from Cheddar.
The foreign beer bar will feature beers from Germany, Belgium, The Netherlands, France and a couple from Australia. There will be a good selection of trappist beers and a showcase of beers from Dutch brewery, De Molen.
Organisers from the West Middlesex CAMRA group have also ordered 20 ciders and eight perries.
There will also be hot and cold food available as well as pub games and merchandise.
The festival is open from 12pm to 10.30pm Wednesday to Friday, 12pm - 6pm Saturday. It costs £3 for non-CAMRA members and £2 for Concessions. CAMRA Members are free before 4pm, otherwise £2. From Wimbledon, it is easily reached by travelling to Ealing Broadway on the District Line.
June 27, 2011