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19th Annual Beer Festival
Saturday 28th Oct
1900 - 2330
Denmead Community Centre
School Lane PO7 6LU

Tickets £9 includes souvenir glass tankard & complimentary drink
With over 20 real ales, plus a selection of wines, cider and soft drinks

Live music from "Checkers"

Raffle and BBQ

DISCOVER WINE 02392 255037
FLEURTATIONS 02392 255344
FOREST OF BERE 02392 263145



There will be four levels of sponsorship this year:

Platinum sponsorship: The Denmead Community Association are pleased the announce that this year's Platinum Sponsor of the 19th Denmead Beer Festival will be "Charles Church South Coast" .

Silver sponsorship: Those who sponsor a barrel at a cost of between £40 and £60, depending on the beer, will receive two complimentary tickets to the Beer Festival.
Already pledged
Aubrey Madgwick Groundworks
Barrells Funeral Directors
Charles Church South Coast
Corals Bookmakers
Denmead Garage Services
Denmead Tyre Services
Discover Wine
Donline Computer Consultancy
Downland Veterinary Group
Harvest Home
Jeffries Estate Agents
Peter Pearcey
Salnos Hairdressing Supplies
South Downs Financial Planning
South Downs Funeral Services
Sir Loin of Beef
Speedymech Garage Services
Vets 4 Pets

Bronze sponsorship: We are also looking for prizes to be donated for the Beer Festival Raffle.
Already pledged
Discover Wine
The Bakery

This Year's Beer

Twisted Thistle (5.6%)  Late hopped with Cascade and Hersbrucker to give a   nose-full of citrus grapefruit hops Citrussy hop aroma develops into a mouthwatering   juiciness and finishes with a refreshingly bitter bite

Noble Craft Lager (5%) Elegant English Craft Lager showcasing the   qualities of the Tettnang hop variety to produce a very new lager experience. Crisp, light, aromatic and refreshing.

Inspiration (5%) Pale and refreshingly citrus-y, despite its   strength, this is amazingly easy-drinking session ale. Hopped with Mt. Hood   Hops from Oregon which offer mild, sweet and floral tastes

Old   Spooky Hen (5%) Popular   with ale drinkers up and down the country and renowned for its unique character   and consistent quality

Plum   Porter (4.9%) This   beer is dark strong and well rounded; the richness of such a rotund beer is   brought to an even keel by the late addition of Goldings hops and natural   plum flavouring

Jail   Ale (4.8%) A   full bodied deep golden brown beer with a well-rounded flavour & a rich   moreish aftertaste

Devon   Storm (4.7%) Heavy   on crystal malt balanced with a blend of bittering hops. It has a fresh   palate & a subtle hop nose

Trooper (4.7%) Premium   British Beer, malt flavours and citrus notes. A Golden Ale with a subtle hint   of lemon

Hobgoblin (4.6%) A   full bodied ruby beer delivering a delicious chocolate toffee malt flavour,   balanced with a rounded moderate bitterness and an overall fruity mischievous   character  

Otter   Ale (4.5%) Premium   beer, mahogany in colour with a fruit malt flavour and citrus notes. Golden   ale with a subtle hint of lemon

Landlord (4.3%) Classic   Pale Ale with a complex citrus & hoppy aroma

Raven   Ale (4.2%) Award   winning chestnut brown ale is rich, smooth and malty brewed with a generous   helping of English hops; full of flavour with caramel notes and summer fruit   aromas

Tribute (4.2%) Cornish   Pale ale, light, hoppy, zesty and easy to drink. The zesty orange grapefruit   flavours balanced with biscuit malt

Atlantic (4.2%) A   modern pale ale, deep golden colour. A blend of stunning citrus notes, juicy   tropical fruits and fresh-picked hops with a   touch of candy floss.

Boltmaker (4.0%) A   well-balanced Yorkshire Bitter with a full measure of maltiness and hoppy   aroma; awarded Supreme Champion Beer of Britain in 2014

Bob (4.0%) Award   winning Classic Amber Ale. Brewed using 3 varieties of malt with   Challenger and Fuggle hops to produce a well-balanced hoppy palate.

Wallops   Wood (4.0%) A   light chestnut in colour which puts it into the 'brown beer' category. As far   as flavour goes, more towards the malt than the hops, though there is a   pleasing hop taste right at the finish. The aroma is light and pleasant.

Young’s   Bitter (3.7%) The   original pale ale with a light dry palate and a subtle hop flavour

Chucklehead   Cider (7.0%) An award-winning blend of traditional West Country   Cider apples

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