2nd-3rd September – 21st Harbury (Warwickshire) CAMRA Beer & Cider Festival 2011 Preview

Address: Village Hall, Harbury, near Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, CV33 9JE (Website)

Entry Price/Session times:

Fri 2nd September: 5:30pm-11:30pm (£10*)
Sat 3rd September: 11:30am-4pm (£10*) & 6pm-11:30pm (£10*)

* = Includes entrance fee, refundable festival glass and drink tokens.

Concessions: Extra tokens for card carrying CAMRA members in lieu of the entrance fee.

Tickets: Available on the door.

Ciders/Perries: 9 ciders/perries will be available.

Maker Cider/Perry ABV Tasting Notes
Broadoak Medium Dry Cider 6.0% Traditional cloudy cider.
Broadoak Medium Sweet Cider 6.0% Cloudy traditional cider.
Broadoak Moonshine Culinary Cider 7.7% Medium sweet, clear pale white colour, almost colourless. Won Gold atSt HelensCamra Festival 2010.
Broadoak Old Bristolian Medium 7.5% Complex cider; a clear yellow, orangy colour. Medium sweet, with a refreshing dry finish. Best seller at the GBBF 2010.
Broadoak Perry 7.5% Starts with a medium sweet taste and has a dry finish. Second bestseller at GBBF 2010. Won National Gold Perrry Award at GBBF 2009.
Rous Cider Rat Tail 6.0% A slightly hazy pale golden cider that has a crisp moderately dry flavour that makes it easy to drink.
Windmill Vineyard Scrumpy Perry 6.5% Made with Perry Pears grown at Windmill Hill Farm.
Windmill Vineyard Dusty Millers Fancy 8.0% Full bodied, robust dry cider.
Windmill Vineyard Amber Nectar 9.0% Strong cider, back by popular demand.

Food: Hot and cold food and soft drinks available at all sessions.

Entertainment:

Saturday Entertainment

Hereburgh Morris will perform at lunchtime as usual, but this year they’ll be accompanied by local group Steel Pan Academy.

Also in the afternoon, newly formed Harbury Ukulele Group will make their first appearance, performing familiar tunes in a whole new way.

In the evening, Local duo Time after Time will play their mix of Irish music and covers of classic tunes.

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