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Forty beers lined up for festival

PUBLISHED: 14:53 25 March 2009 | UPDATED: 09:34 13 July 2010

More than 40 beers and ciders will be on tap at the fourth annual Aylsham Round Table charity beer festival next month.

Local ales from breweries including Woodforde's, Winters and Why Not microbrewery will be served alongside beers from further afield, with ciders and soft drinks available and food from the fish and chip shop opposite the festival.

More than 40 beers and ciders will be on tap at the fourth annual Aylsham Round Table charity beer festival next month.

Local ales from breweries including Woodforde's, Winters and Why Not microbrewery will be served alongside beers from further afield, with ciders and soft drinks available and food from the fish and chip shop opposite the festival.

With 300 drinkers each night, last year's event raised £2,500 for local charities. The festival is staffed and run by Aylsham Round Table members, who hope that people interested in learning more about the group or becoming members will take the opportunity to come along and get involved.

The festival takes place at the Community Centre, Cawston Road, Aylsham from 6pm to 11.30pm on April 17 with jazz band entertainment and from 11am to 11.30pm on April 18 with a rock band in the evening.

Entry is free to over 18s. Starter kits with a glass and beer tokens for three pints are £12. Barrel sponsorship costs £50 and includes entry for two people and all the beer they can drink.

For more information or to sponsor a barrel contact Simon Greenfield on 01692 406815.


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