We’ve ordered the final six beers for the innaugral Bracknell Town FC Ale and Wine Festival, and we hope you’ll agree there is a good mix available.

2012 UPDATE: Find out what we’ve got in store for our 2012 festival right here

The beers were painstakingly researched to ensure that no two beers were the same!

The festival, which kicks off at 1pm on Saturday 16th July, and includes a barbeque and an evening of live music, is organised by club members Tom Canning & Michael Keen, to raise awareness of the club.

Shere Drop from Surrey Hills Brewery (“The wonderful hop bitterness is complemented by a balanced malt flavour.”) – www.surreyhills.co.uk

Red India Ale from Dorking Brewery (“The colour of dark cherries, this beer has a fruity sweetness like berry and dried fruits, with a smooth full bodied taste.”) – www.dorkingbrewery.com

On the Rails from Ascot Ales (“A balance of caramel and chocolate flavours from the malt and a great aroma of pine and citrus from whole hop flowers makes this a memorable beer.”) – www.ascot-ales.co.uk

HOP from Hogs Back Brewery (“A malty, pale golden beer with hints of banana and pineapple, with a good balance of aroma and bittering hops giving a long dry finish with a sense of sweetness.”) – www.hogsback.co.uk

Golden Cygnet from Two Bridges Brewery (“Fruity and floral notes and a strong hoppy finish.”) – www.twobridgesbrewery.co.uk

Summer Ale from Hogs Back Brewery (“This light straw coloured ale is ideal for those warm lazy summer days”) – www.hogsback.co.uk

Don’t forget the wine! You can start salivating over wines at www.thewineplace.co.uk (just say we sent you!)

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