17th-20th April – 17th Egham CAMRA Real Ale & Cider Festival 2014 (Egham, Surrey) Preview

Address: Egham United Services Club, 111 Spring Rise, Egham, Surrey, TW20 9PE (Website)

Entry Price/Session times:

Thu 17th April: 10am-11pm (£3)
Fri 18th April: 10am-12am (£3)
Sat 19th April: 10am-12am (£3)
Sun 20th April: 12pm-11pm (Free)

Festival Glass: £2 refundable deposit for festival glass

Concessions: £1 discount on above prices for NUS, CIU & CAMRA card carrying members and also guests of EUSC Club members. Please make sure you produce a valid NUS, CIU or CAMRA card to avoid been charged full entry price. Entrance is free to EUSC members throughout the festival but you are urged to pay the deposit for a festival glass.

Tickets: Available on the door

Ciders/Perries: The following ciders/perries will be available:


•           Crossmans (Somerset)     Prime Farmhouse          Dry               (6.0)
Perennially popular ciders.

•           Double Vision (Kent)         Vision in Pink                  Med             (5.2)
Strawberry fruit cider for grown-ups – not too sweet!

•           Double Vision (Kent)         Impeared Vision            Med              (7.4)  PERRY
Seriously quaffable, silky smooth.

•           Dreymans (W. Sussex)     Chilli Squirrel                 Dry               (6.1)
Green chilli aroma and flavours without the heat.

•           Gwatkin (Herefordshire)  Yarlington Mill              Med              (7.5)
Smooth and rich with a spirit aroma. Single variety cider. CAMRA Cider of the Year 2002 and 2009.

•           Merry Moon (Kent)          Dark Cider the Moon     Med              (6.0)
An absolute sure-fire winner with everyone!

•           Palmershayes (Devon)     Kneebender Scrumpy   Med /Dry    (6.0)
Rough farmhouse cider with ‘bite’.

•           Pookhill (E. Sussex)          The Craic                         Med /Dry    (7.5)
Irish Whisky Cask 2012. Whisper of Irish Whiskey notes.

•           Radnage (Bucks)               Dry                                   Dry               (5.8)
No tasting notes available.

•           Ross on Wye (Herefordshire) Cider                         Dry               (6.5)
Consistently crafted connoisseur’s cider in oak.

•           Virtual Orchard (Bucks)  Hogshead                         Med              (5.5)
A thirst quenching light cider, which blends the rich acidity of the classic Bramley apple with the delicate sweetness and flavour of the contemporary Gala apple.

•           Wiscombe (Devon)           Suicider                            Med /Dry    (8.0)
Rum cask – it’s been the ruin of many a young boy!

Food: Hot & cold food to be available at all times.

Entertainment: TBC

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