FANCY a brew? Then why not head to this year's Worcester CAMRA Beer, Cider and Perry Festival, which runs until Saturday, August 14.
Thirsty visitors to Pitchcroft will be able to sample more than 200 varieties of ale on offer from the four corners of the UK, together with more than 100 ciders, perries and fruit wines and juices.
New for 2010 is Worcestershire’s very own Gheluvelt Gold, by Teme Valley Brewery, which marks the relaunch of the city’s most popular park in Barbourne.
Organisers are hoping to cut the queues with a £10 ticket (£15 Friday night) and beer tokens package, aimed at streamlining entry for festival-goers.
Opening times are 11am to 11pm on Saturday and Sunday. There will also be live music and refreshments.
For more information on the event, visit the website worcesterbeerfest.org.uk
18th December 2010