18th-20th July – 2nd Maidenhead CAMRA Beer & Cider Festival 2014 (Maidenhead, Berkshire) Preview

Address: Maidenhead United Football Club, York Road, Maidenhead, Berkshire, SL6 1SF (Website)

Entry Price/Session times:

Fri 18th July: 12pm-10pm (£3)
Sat 19th July: 12pm-10pm (£3)
Sun 20th July: 12pm-7pm (£3)

Concessions: Royal Borough Advantage Card holders: £2. CAMRA members: £1. Please remember to bring your card along if you want to get a discount!

Tickets: Available on the door

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

Brome Farm
Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire
Perry [6.0%]

Kintbury, Berkshire
Dab Hand [6.0%]
A blend of Dabinett and Michelin cider apples grown in an orchard near Ledbury in Herefordshire.
Kingston Black [6.0%]
Made from Kingston Black apples grown in Herefordshire and Dorset.
Ten Years After [6.0%]
A blended cider to celebrate 10 years of Ciderniks’ cidermaking and also in memory of Alvin Lee (1944-2013), one of the greatest blues-rock guitarists.

Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire
Rum Cask [7.5%]
Aged in barrels from the Jamaican Rum Company.
Scrumpy [6.5%]
Ancient apple variety with a vibrant apple aroma, dry oaky taste and slightly sparkling on initial pour.
Apples & Pears [5.0%]
A refreshing blend of our scrumpy cider and the juice of fresh pressed pears.
Hedge Layer [4.8%]
Light and refreshing.
Blackberry Blush [6.5%]
Late summer blend of our scrumpy sider and the juice of hand picked blackberries.

Oliver’s Cider & Perry
Ocle Pychard, Herefordshire
Perry [5.5%]

Ross-on-Wye Cider & Perry
Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire
Brown Snout Blend [6.0%]

Salt Hill Cider
Slough, Berkshire
Urban Fox [6.2%]
Organic 100% juice made from Berkshire apples with no additives.
Merry England [6.2%]
Cider which is naturally sweetened with English sugar.
Autumn Gold [5.0%]
Award winning cider made from Berkshire apples.

Side-R (Glebe Farm)
Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire
Blackcurrant [6.0%]
Cider flavoured with natural Blackcurrant concentrate.
Medium [6.5%]
Made from Cambridgeshire grown, dessert and cooking varieties of apples.
Dry [6.5%]
Made from Cambridgeshire grown, dessert and cooking varieties of apples.
Strawberry [6.0%]
Cider flavoured with natural Strawberry concentrate.

Virtual Orchard
Old Wolverton, Bucks
Side Effects [6.0%]
Blended from eating and cooking apples to give a delicately flavoured cider.
Saxon Aelle [5.5%]
This is a fruity cider with a real tang. Made from 5 early varieties of apple. Aelle was the first king of the South Saxons and, with his three sons, famously did battle with the Britons and won.
Hard Core [7.0%]
A mix of culinary and dessert apples from private orchards, many of which are heritage varieties no longer available on the high street.
Hogs Head [6.0%]
Light cider blending the rich acidity of the classic Bramley apple with the delicate sweetness and flavour of the contemporary Gala apple.

Woodley Sider House
Woodley, Berkshire
Six Point Three [6.3%]
Natural cider with no added ingredients, sourced from Woodley and Purley-on-Thames apples.
“18” [5.4%]
Made solely from apples from Emmer Green. Named ’18’ after the owner that the apples were sourced from.
Woodley Wobbler [6.0%]
Berkshire Apples.

Milton Keynes, Bucks
“7” [7.0%]
Traditional ‘West Country’ style cider produced from 7 varieties of cider apple.

Food: Food will be available from the following vendors:

Spicy Chef (Available: All day Friday, Saturday evening, all day Sunday.)
Tudor Hog Roast (Available: All day Friday, Saturday and Sunday.)
The Baguette Shop (vailable: Friday evening, all day Saturday and Sunday.)

Entertainment: The following entertainment has been scheduled:

Friday Evening: The Mighty Playhouse
Saturday Afternoon: MUFC vs Slough Town (£5 entry)
Saturday Evening: The Skin & Blister Band
Sunday Afternoon: Armaleggan Border Morris


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