Ealing Beer Festival Is Coming Soon

Walpole Park is venue for their biggest event so far

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The 25th Ealing Beer Festival takes place in Walpole Park from July 2-5.

Organisers say it is their biggest event ever with the largest range of beers, ciders and wines than they have ever had before. Highlights are:

  • 300+ real ales
  • 140 tubs of cider
  • ·Wide selection of foreign beers from the smaller breweries of Belgium, The Netherlands, Germany and Denmark
  • More wine and mead
  • ·Live Music each evening with the Undercovers on Wednesday, the Junkyard Dogs on Thursday and Midnight Rambler on Friday in a completely separate marquee.
  • ·A range of food

There will also be three festival special beers. XT Brewing will be brewing Apricot and Blackcurrant specials, whilst the third festival special is from the Aeronaut in Acton who will be doing a Ruby Mild for us, to celebrate CAMRA West Middlesex's 40th anniversary year. A new beer from Twickenham Fine Ales, Mosaic Pale, will be making its debut at the festival.

At 5pm on Wednesday afternoon there will be a unique 'Beer & Cheese tasting', where six different beers from around the country will be paired with six different cheeses by beer writer and judge, Christine Cryne. All the cheeses are from local provider, Cheddar Deli. To book visit here (price includes entry to the festival and glass).

The festival is open July 2-5 from noon till 10.30pm (6pm on Saturday). Admission to the festival is £2 for CAMRA members, £4 for non-members. Walpole Park is within 10 minutes walk of Ealing Broadway (10 minutes from Paddington, 25 from Oxford Circus) and South Ealing stations and less than 5 minutes from local bus routes.

More details including beer lists at www.ebf25.org.uk.

June 24, 2014