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1 month ago

Harbury Beer Festival 2017 Update –We've updated the beer and cider list for this year's festival.
We're pleased that we will be serving Goat's Milk from Church End, this year's Champion Beer of Britain.
See out Beer Festival page for details -

http://wp.camrahow.org.uk.camrahow.org.uk/index.php/2017/08/22/harbury-beer-festival-2017-update/

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2 months ago
Heart of Warwickshire CAMRA

Goat’s Milk by Church End is crowned Champion Beer of Britain –Church End, one of our favourite breweries and a great supporter of the Harbury Beer Festival over the years has won the Champion Beer of Britain with Goat's Milk.

Well done to Paul.

Here is the press release from CAMRA...

A Warwickshire brewery, originally located in an old coffin shop, has won the Campaign for Real Ale's prestigious Champion Beer of Britain award on the opening day of the Great British Beer Festival at Olympia London.

Goat's Milk by Church End scooped gold in the competition thanks to its blend of pale barley, crystal malt oats and aromatic hops.

The award comes after almost a year of local tasting panels and regional heats resulting in the best beers from across the UK being invited to compete at the Great British Beer Festival.

Final judging for the competition was held at the beer festival which opened its doors to the public on 8 August and will see more than 50,000 people visit to sample from more than 900 beers, ciders, perries and fine wines – including the chance to try the nation's best beer.

Bishop Nick from Essex took silver with Ridley's Rite, a pale ale with a floral aroma and satisfying bitterness, while Welsh brewery Tiny Rebel - former Champion Beer of Britain winner - won bronze with Cwtch, a red ale with a blend of six caramelly malts and three citrussy American hops.

Nick Boley, CAMRA's National Director responsible for the competition said: "Congratulations to Church End for winning the Champion Beer of Britain award for Goat's Milk, which is the highest beer accolade in the country. Goat's Milk is a stand out beer - it has a lovely balance of malts and hops and a full flavour. It is a very fine example of a bitter and incredibly refreshing."

Paul Hamblett, sales manager from Church End says: "Goat's Milk is our biggest selling beer - it's a nicely balanced beer with a hoppy edge. We originally brewed and named it for a festival taking place in the ... See more

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2 months ago
Harbury Beer Festival Beers & Ciders | Heart of Warwickshire CAMRA

Harbury Beer Festival Beers & Ciders – Here is the initial beer and cider list for this year's Harbury Beer Festival.
We have a variety of beers from the Peak District and North Derbyshire along with some local brews.
This list is subject to change as there are always a few last minute changes.

http://wp.camrahow.org.uk.camrahow.org.uk/index.php/2017/08/08/harbury-beer-festival-beers-ciders/

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3 months ago
Harbury Beer Festival 2017 Staffing Request Form | Heart of Warwickshire CAMRA

Volunteers are required to help out at the 2017 Harbury Beer Festival, which is the Branch’s biggest public event of the year and requires support from our members to function successfully.

The Volunteer Staffing Form for this year's Harbury Beer Festival on the 1st & 2nd September 2017 is now available from our website.

We also need volunteers to help setup on Tuesday 29th August. Training will be on Thursday 31st August. The form can be entered and submitted to me online. Please see the page for full information.

CAMRA HOW Harbury Beer Festival 2017 Staffing Form (http://wp.camrahow.org.uk.camrahow.org.uk/index.php/375-2/)

The form needs to be completed and returned by 31st July 2017.

If you have problems with the form then please let me know.
I look forward to hearing from you.

John Griffiths
CAMRA HOW

Web: www.camrahow.org.uk
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/camrahow
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/camrahow

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3 months ago
Harbury Beer Festival 2017

46 beers plus ciders & perries.
Beers will be from Peak District and North Derbyshire supplemented by local beers.

Entry Pack £10
including refundable festival glass & beer tokens.
Extra tokens issued for card-carrying CAMRA members in lieu of the entrance fee

Entertainment:
Hereburgh Morris on Saturday afternoon
Paper Street Soap Company on Saturday evening.

46 beers plus ciders & perries.
Beers will be from Peak District and North Derbyshire supplemented by local beers.

Entry Pack £10
including refundable festival glass & beer tokens.
Extra tokens issued for card-carrying CAMRA members in lieu of the entrance fee

Entertainment:
Hereburgh Morris on Saturday afternoon
Paper Street Soap Company on Saturday evening.

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