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.
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!)