30 great micro brewery real ales from Locale brewers, regional brewers and further afield; plus ciders and perries. All at £2.70 a pint.
Live music and barbecue.
Entry is by pre purchased ticket which includes the first two pints (or equivalent in food/soft drinks/wine). There is no charge for entry. All real ale and cider/perry will again be £2.70 a pint.
£3 deposit for festival glass on arrival. Tickets must be purchased in advance over the bar (£5.40) or online here (£5.80)
The provisional beer, cider and perry list is now complete:
You can download a printable pdf version here
= Brewed within 30 miles by road from the club.
= Does not contain Isinglass finings. Suitable for V*gans
An award-winning Light Ale brewed with three malts and three hops. Generous late hopping provides Seville orange aromas and the initial malt sweetness is dominated by citrus flavours which explode on the palate. Brewed with plenty of malt to provide decent body, so it has some backbone for a low ABV beer. There’s also a pronounced bitterness throughout.
Bushys Manx Ale
Isle of Man
An authentic malt brewed mild with a fine aroma of crystal malt and Fuggles and Challenger hops. Red in colour and well balanced A popular session beer.
Pig and Porter
Elders and Betters
Elders and Betters is a crisp, refreshing golden pale ale. Expect a lemony flavour but with a subtle hint of elderflower toward the end of the mouthful. (Special unfined cask)
Biggleston’s Bird Man Brown Ale
A Kent bitter made using East Kent Goldings and Kentish Challenger hops grown locally to the brewery on Syndale farm. A traditional beer from the heartland of hops.
Arsenal Pale Ale
A.P.A., commonly considered to stand for American Pale Ale has always been Arsenal Pale Ale Hop Stuff! Hop Stuff A.P.A. is made from a selection of citrus & tropical fruit flavoured hops, making it the perfect low ABV beer for hazy summer evenings.
London Beer Factory
A truly English “session” ale. An easy drinking bitter, slightly sweet with a chestnut colour.
A golden session ale, packed with soft fresh aromas, yet light, thirst quenching and superbly easy-drinking. Good balance of mid-point sweetness and slow-onset bitterness with just a touch of citrus and a caramel biscuit finish.
This dry session bitter has a light malt base carrying a wonderful display of New Zealand hops, notes of citrus and grapefruit. Brewed to have plenty of character for an everyday bitter. Champion Beers of Britain 2013 North West, Golden Ale Category, SILVER
Pale ale with French and English hops,refreshing with a light bitter finish
This is a Saison. It has its roots in a long tradition of Belgian farmhouse ales. The mixture of Pale and Vienna malts combine with three different English and German hops to perfectly compliment the earthy, peppery and spicy yeast flavours.
Mucky Duck Stout
A dark stout, slightly sweet with chocolate and coffee notes from the roasted malt.
Amber in colour, this ale is brewed using Imperial malt which gives a depth of flavour and aroma to the initial palate. These malty notes are then surpassed by the zingy characteristics of Kiwi Green Bullet hops which provide a fresh clean bitterness and an abundance of aroma.
Clarence & Fredericks
Balanced aroma from three hops and four malt varieties. Brewed without the stalwart of crystal malt to create a unique sharp bitterness which develops into a spicy bitter aftertaste.
A session pale ale with a variety of fruity and aromatic hops from around the globe. The malt and hop combination creates an interesting flavourful thirst-quenching beer.
Love Not War
First brewed barricaded in the brewery during the London riots. This brooding red ale is an ode to all things peace and love, a true union of malt and hops.
Specially dry hopped for the festival. An amber ale from the newest kid on the block in Norwood.
A superb pale refreshing and hoppy ale with long spicy flavours. Deliciously moreish and easy drinking. Hops: Amarillo
A classic well balanced bitter with biscuit malt and delicate hop ﬂavours.
Odds ‘n’ Sods
Black IPA brewed with a magnificent mixture of bits and bobs
Latest in the Hackney Craft range. Predicted to be a Calypso/Eldorado Pale at 4.5%
A premium aromatic bitter that showcases the Liberty hop, which is from Washington State in the USA. Soft Yorkshire water creates a smooth bitterness, with a slightly citrus and spiced finish.
East Peckham, Kent
Rich malty flavours balanced by citrus and tropical fruit aromas. SIBA SE Awards Gold Medal Premium Bitters 2014.
A Porter in the classic London style with Five Points’ own twist. Aromas of chocolate and coffee with hints of caramel, brewed with British East Kent Goldings hops.
Stoodley Stout is a rich, dark stout containing Chocolate and Crystal malt mixed with oats and wheat. It has a rich and creamy roasted flavour with notes of orange and citrus.
A red ale brewed with Citra hops that give an intense citrus grapefruit flavour that is balanced by the sweetness of the crystal malts. Lingering grapefruit/marmalade notes add to toffee to give a complex beer.
Handmade 22 Waimea Pale
Hop forward pale ale with New Zealand Waimea hops.
Fresh and citrusy Admiral is combined with generous amounts of dry hopped Boadicea to give floral notes to this chestnut coloured beer.
Clarence & Fredericks
Single Hop Amarillo
Using only a single pale malt to allow the single hop to shine through, this beer is citrusy grapefruity and showcases the hop excellently. It is deceptively drinkable considering its ABV.
Belgian Tripel style with Saaz hops, Coriander, Curacao Orange and Grains of Paradise
Midnight Sun Porter
A black porter style beer, created from a blend of malted barley, oats, roasted barley and chocolate malt, balanced with a generous handful of hops and a wee bit of fresh root ginger.
A connoisseur’s cider, medium dry and lightly sparkling. Created from apples selected for their soft tannins and traditional flavour. This classic cider is matured over the winter months, to bestow vintage qualities.
A delicious, easy drinking medium cider with a warm honey colour and a distinctive appley aroma, combining rich peaty undertones with the fresh taste of bittersweet apples. A traditional, slightly cloudy, still English Cider.