Bigger Better and More Beer Than Ever

Ealing's festival is attracting people from all over the world

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Some of the organisers enjoying a well earned beer!

Gates open at 12pm daily and the festival will run until 10.30pm each night (6pm Saturday).

Entry is £3 on Wednesday, £4 on Thursday and Friday, and £2 on Saturday. CAMRA members receive a discount of £1 on all days of the event. Those under 21 years will require proof of age. People under 18 must be accompanied by an adult and will not be allowed in the beer tent.

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Organisers say the opening night of this year's Ealing Beer festival (Wednesday 3rd July) was the busiest yet and, with a warm few days in store, they're expecting it to be more popular than ever.

The drinking fest in Walpole Park is the second biggest in London (after Olympia) and is now attracting people from all over the country - and world.

Roy Tunstall from West Middlesex CAMRA said:

'' The beer tent has more room this year - last year we had to make space for the Olympic torch ceremony. 

''We seem to have lots more tickers here (beer experts who try and tick off all the ales on the programme) but there's also all sorts of other people enjoying a beer or two and sampling lots of new ones in this lovely mud-free park.''


4th July 2013


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