Wandsworth Common Beer Festival 2015: April 1-5

Preliminary Programme and BEER List
Tickets: https://wandsworthbeer-april2015.eventbrite.co.uk
Welcome to the 7th Annual Beer Festival, 14th in our series of twice yearly beer festivals.
(March and October) There is a massive selection of new, hard to find, and genuinely
unique beers this time round. With 20 beers from the West Country all making their debut
in London.
YOU are a part of history……
As the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War approaches you are now
about to become part of history. Just imagine, as you stand with your pint in the garden
just what it would have been like on 4th August 1915, as the Royal Victoria Patriotic
Building on Wandsworth Common was commandeered overnight by the Territorial Army
and converted into the 3rd London General Hospital (3LGH), one of the four ‘Great’ war
hospitals in London. Over the course of the war over 52,000 men from across the UK and
the Empire were treated here.
Among the volunteers at the 3LGH was a group of distinguished artists from the Chelsea
Arts Club. Too old to fight at the Front, they shaved their beards and years off their ages
in order to serve as orderlies at the Hospital. Their daily duties provided rich material for
their artistic talents and, following a successful exhibition of their work in the Hospital,
they and other members of the nursing staff were given permission to raise money for the
patients’ ‘Comforts Fund’ by publishing a selection of sketches, cartoons, stories and
poems in a monthly journal. The Gazette was an immediate success, running for 46
editions with a monthly circulation of 5,000.
Former resident and local historian Simon McNeill-Ritchie has compiled a selection of
illustrations and poems from the Gazette to commemorate the building’s role during
WW1, together with background information on life at the Hospital. In keeping with the
original aims of The Gazette he is donating 50% of the proceeds to SSAFA, the military
charity that supports service personnel and their families. Copies of Great Ward Poetry
can be pre-ordered by emailing Simon at simonmcnr@aol.com
More about the building……
Completed in 1859 this stunning building was officially opened by Queen Victoria 150
years ago. Originally a purpose built orphanage for dependants of servicemen lost in the
Crimean war as mentioned above the building was requisitioned in 1914 becoming the 3rd
London General Hospital. The walking wounded and shell-shocked victims of the

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trenches recuperated here disembarking from troop carrying trains at a specially
constructed halt in a cutting at the front of the building. Between the wars the orphanage
re-opened before finally closing down on this site in 1938. But as one chapter closed
another opened.
The Second World War saw occupation of the building by M.I.5, M.I.6 and M.I.9.and use
as a detention and interrogation centre. In all, 20,000 refugees fleeing Northern Europe
passed through on their way to a new beginning in Britain. Most were genuine but in
amongst them were spies and 5th columnists. Rudolph Hess was kept for several days in
the cellars below Le Gothique following his ill-fated attempt at brokering a cease-fire.
In the 1950’s the building was bought by the London County Council for use as a school,
but despite it’s grade II (star) listing it fell into disrepair. The present re-birth with mixed
use and residential occupancy is entirely the result of entrepreneur Paul Tutton who
bought the building in the 1980’s and renovated and restored the building after
purchasing it for just £1. (Yes, one pound). Today, the building is primarily residential
with 25 luxury apartments, a drama school (ALRA) and 29 assorted business lessees of
which Le Gothique the long established free house and restaurant is the most well known.
About the food……..Affordable and very tasty food is available throughout the festival
from the kitchens of Le Gothique. Please order your food from the main bar and collect
from the table in front of the kitchen.
About Health & Safety…….. Please ensure that the corridors (cloisters) surrounding the
garden on three sides are clear at all times. Furniture and seating may not be brought in
from any part of the premises and placed in the corridors. Please assist staff at all times to
keep fire exits and entrances clear. Please remember that the Royal Victoria Patriotic
Building is mainly residential. Please drink responsibly and leave the building quietly
both outside and through the estate all the way along to the main road.
If the weather is fine please note that you are able to go back out through the main
entrance and sit on the Common.
About the entertainment…… regulars to these festivals will already know about the
virtuoso steel dobro playing bluesman John Crampton. He will be playing from 8pm on
Friday.
About the beers…….
We have assembled all the winners from the CAMRA Winter Ale Festival. So do look out
for the Supreme Champion Winter Beer of Britain, Elland’s 1872 Porter.
Then silver Purple Moose, Dark Side of the Moose. And the bronze medal winner
Dancing Duck, Dark Drake. The winners in each of the categories (Barley Wine/Old
Ale/Stout) are also available at this festival. As mentioned above there are also 20 beers
from the West Country micro brewers all making their debut in London
When ordering please try to give the brewery name first, then the beer name as the
beers are racked alphabetically by brewery name. This will greatly assist the servers.
Thank you.

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Confessions of a beer writer another in our series of articles from beer blogger
Benjamin Nun
I’ll let you in on a little secret: The life of a beer writer isn’t all unbridled creativity and
self-expression.
Yes, I once got to describe a Belgian Trippel as a ‘hot butterscotch urinal cake’ but such
moments are all too fleeting. (As a teenager I once had to lick a urinal cake for a dare so I
knew what I was talking about!)
The mundane reality is that us writers have at our disposal a hoard of tried and tested
stereotypes - established reference points, tropes, memes and clichés. Call them what you
will, we use these relentlessly. ‘Tawny in colour’... ‘little malt on the nose’... ‘long hoppy
finish’. These are our bread and butter (or, possibly, our malt and hops).
Like the brewers, we follow a different set of conventions for every season, so, when we
think about Winter ales, the stock candidates are strong, dark Old Ales and Barley Wines
and the usual crop of festive warmers with added nutmeg, cinnamon and other
Christmassy spices.
Your stereotypical Summer beers are hoppy, golden ales designed to quench the thirst and
allow light to pass through the glass. Again, we all know the score. I’ve written these
words more times than you’ve had long, hoppy finishes.
Autumn is slightly less obvious, but there’s still a benchmark style of Autumn ale – the
russet-coloured English best bitter – and as Halloween approaches brewers can’t seem to
resist loading beers up with pumpkin these days.
But this is a Spring beer festival. So, I ask you, WTF is a Spring beer?
Ah, you see. This is one of those awkward moments where that big barrel of beer writing
clichés is found empty.
But that’s good, because it forces us to think outside the box rather than simply recycling
established tropes. For me, there are certain beers that I can happily drink all year round:
Sambrooks rich Powerhouse Porter and Downton’s awesome Chocolate Orange are as
tasty in the Spring as at any time, and, happily, are available here right now.
It’s not specific to just one style either – the pale, fruity refreshment of Downton
Elderquad is another hardy perennial in my book, and I don’t doubt that Mark Justin (aka
“Lord” Battersea) could happily drink 10% Barley Wines all year round given half a
chance!
But Spring is a time of change, a time of new birth, a time to get out there and try
something new. (Don’t worry, I’m not going to make you taste a urinal cake, unless you
really want to...)
And so, maybe the ultimate Spring beer is simply any beer that you’ve never had before.
Try some different beer styles today and you might be surprised. At the very least, you’ll
be less thirsty after drinking it.
Maybe you’re a dyed-in-the-wool cask ale drinker? Nowt wrong with that, of course, but
consider trying a half of Windsor & Eton Republika or Fuller’s Frontier and find out
what the new breed of craft keg lagers are all about.
If your thing is strong, hoppy, American-style hopmonsters, why not visit the opposite
end of the brewing spectrum with a 3.5% dark mild. Or even a genuine US beer on
draught like Sierra Nevada

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Usually stick to lighter beers? Thomas Sykes Ale is 10% and a full-on old ale with
mature fruity flavours, but you’d be surprised how balanced and easy-drinking it is. Go
try some.
And if you end up ordering something you really, really don’t like – give it to me, I’ll
finish it for you!
Share your views by tweeting @BenViveur and be sure to check out benviveur.co.uk

Arundel Brewery, Arundel, West Sussex
Springtide 4.6% A golden Springtime special for this Easter Bank Holiday
festival. Brewed with Challenger hops to give a bitter finish and hoppy
aroma. Light and refreshing.

Ashley Down Brewery, Bristol
Columbus 4.0% No tasting notes available at time of going to press.

Binghams, Ruscombe, Berkshire
Hot Dog Chilli Stout 5.0% This is Bingham’s normal Doodle Stot but with
added chilli to give a gentle warming sensation to the beer
Vanilla Stout 5.0% Infused with vanilla pods that really complement the
malts to create a smooth drinking dark stout. Highly recommended

Black Flag, Goonhavern, Cornwall
Chameleon 4.2% This is an ever changing beer made to the same strength
each time best hopped differently. This batch is dry hopped with Moteuka.

Black Paw, Bishop Auckland, County Durham
Dark Steam 5.0% Deliciously dark and malty full flavoured beer based on
a porter recipe. Hints of chocolate and coffee mixed in with the hoppy
aroma.

Bootleg Brewery, Joseph Holts, Chorlton, Manchester.
Bootleg Metro Pirate 3.8% Produced at the Holts micro brewery set up in
Chorlton. Zesty and bitter. Golden and smooth.

Brentwood Elephant School of Brewing, Ongar, Essex
Marvellous Maple Mild, 3.7% Dark brown mild with a hint of maple syrup
Hot X Buns, 3.9% An Easter special and well worth trying.

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Woolly Mammoth, 4.7% Experimental brew from the new purpose built
brewhouse constructed in 2013

Bude Brewery, Bude, Cornwall
***NEW BREWERY***
Black Rock 5.1% Dark ale with creamy head, The beer has blackberry
aromas, pronounced yet smooth maltiness

Burton Bridge, Burton on Trent, Staffordshire
Thomas Sykes 10% A full on barley wine. Deceptively easy drinking so be
careful. How can you leave the festival without trying at least a half of this
brewing blockbuster. A festival favourite for the passed 7 years. The best
value beer at the festival as measured by strength/price.

Bushy’s, Braddan, Isle of Man
Dalby Spook 4.0% Golden ale with a light spice aroma and dry citrus fruits.
Named derived from the ghost that appears regularly at the Dalby Hotel on
the Isle of Man.

Castle Brewery, Lostwithiel, Cornwall
White Knight 4.3% Check with servers that this has arrived. Obscure West
Country Brewer. No website, no tasting notes. Beer usually bottle only.

Coles, Llanddarog, Carmarthen, Wales
Llanddarog 4.2% Ancient brewing site of the White Hart Inn has brewing
recorded back in 1371. The current brewhouse dates from 1999. No I don’t
know how to pronounce it either.

Cumberland Brewery, Great Corby, Carlisle, Cumbria
Corby Noir 4.5% Dark Irish style stout with a thick creamy head. Smooth
and full bodied with a Belgian chocolate and coffee flavour.

Dancing Duck, Derby, Derbyshire
Ay Up! 3.9% Subtle floral notes with citrus finish
Dark Drake 4.5% Malty liquorice notes combine with velvety oatmeal
stout. With fresh roast coffee finish. Voted Camra Winter Ale Festival 3rd
BEST WINTER ALE. And runner up Best Stout. Must try!

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Abduction 5.5% Big tropical flavours. A dangerously drinkable 5.5
percenter.

Derventino, Darley Abbey, Derbyshire
Minerva 3.8% Lightly hopped and amber brown in colour. A traditional
British pint.

Downton Salisbury, Wiltshire
Quadhop 3.9% First of three beers that are all perfect for garden drinking in
Spring. A pale session bitter. Very refreshing
Elderquad 4.0% Pale yellow colour. Addition of elderflower makes for a
real thirst quencher.
Honey Blonde 4.3% Light ale made with honey
Slovenian Dream 4.5% New brew from Downton widely appreciated upon
its debut earlier this year.
Chocolate Orange 5.8% Consistently one of the most popular beers at
every Festival. Each brew benefitting from a bottle of Cointreau and a
Terry’s chocolate orange. Must try.
Chimera IPA 6.8% A genuine British style IPA uninfluenced by the reimported US style of IPA that is fast replacing this traditional brew originally
brewed for export to India.

8 (Eight)Arches, Wimborne, Dorset
***NEW BREWERY***
Prototype 1 4.1% Being collected from a new brewery with limited
information on beers at the time of writing. Check with server in case
substituted for another in the range like Prototype 2. But one to try if you’re
a beer ticker.

Elland Brewery, Elland, West Yorkshire,
Silver Streak 4.1% A pale ale with UK Challenger & Target hops.
1872 Porter 6.5% Creamy full flavoured porter which (for the third time) is
the CAMRA Overall CHAMPION WINTER ALE. Creamy and full
flavoured. You simply must try to find out what all the fuss is about.

Fire Brand, Cornwall

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***NEW BREWERY***

Graffiti IPA 5.0% A session IPA, brewed with a malt backbone of Maris
Otter Pale Malt, hopped with Summit, Centennial and Amarillo. The beer is
then dry hopped with Amarillo for extra hop character.

Fuller Smith & Turner, Chiswick London
Spring Sprinter 4.0% Zesty and simply perfect for a Spring day. Uses the
very expensive and hugely in demand NZ Nelson Sauvin hop variety which
gives a unique gooseberry taste aroma and taste to the beer.
ALSO AVAILABLE FROM FULLERS from the keg dispense in Le
Gothique bar area.
Black Cab Stout 4.5%
Frontier Small Batch Craft Lager 4.5%

Fuzzy Duck Brewery, Poulton le Fylde, Lancashire
Thumb Ducker 3.9% Copper coloured session bitter with UK Goldings and
Fuggles hops.

Grainstore, Leicestershire
Rutland Beast 5.3% Dark Brown. Superb strong mild. Complex flavours of
chocolate, coffee, raisins and even autumnal fruits. Certainly one to try.

Great Oakley, Tiffield, Northamptonshire
Tiffield Thunderbolt 4.2% Pale golden ale using New Zealand hops for a
citrusy intense fruity flavour.

Green Jack, Lowestoft, Suffolk
Orange Wheat Beer 4.2% Marmalade aroma, hint of bitterness then
sweetness. Citrus and malt in the background. Mixed fruit flavours in the
aftertaste.

Ilkley Brewery, Ilkley, West Yorkshire
Olicana Pale Ale 4.2% Brewed especially to showcase the new English
Olicana hop variety. Fresh zingy and with crisp grapefruit notes. One to try.

Inveralmond, Perthshire, Scotland
Lia Fail 4.7% Named derived from Gaelic for “Stone of Destiny”. Dark,
robust full bodied beer with malty taste.

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Jarrow, Tyne & Wear
Caulker 4.2% No, not Stephen Caulker the ex-Spurs player now at QPR.
But rather a satisfying golden hoppy ale with lingering grapefruit taste.

Jones the Brewer, The Old Garage, Whitney on Wye,
Herefordshire ***NEW BREWERY***
Abilgails Party 3.8% Light golden colour.grapefruit and citrus notes.
Powerful bitterness with long finish.
Malty Python 4.0% Full bodied dark copper coloured malty beer with
caramel finish.

Kubla Brewery, Somerset
Pale One Pale Ale 4.2% This beer exhibits fruity gooseberry and orange
aromas through the late addition of Southern Hemisphere hops.

Ledbury Brewery, Herefordshire
Phoenix 4.5% A dark beer brewed with a mix of malts including Cara that
provides the beer with some toffee flavours and a hop - Phoenix that imparts
chocolate, spice and molasses. A light mocca/porter style.

Loddon, Dunsden, Oxfordshire
Bamboozle 4.8% Straw gold colour. Malty and hoppy in equal proportions.
Forbury Lion 5.5% Lovely UK IPA style beer. Strong and complex.
Recommended.

Long Man, Litlington, East Sussex
Long Blonde 3.8% Light golden ale with a distinctive hoppy aroma and
crisp clean bitterness.
Copper Hop 4.2% Copper coloured. Best bitter. Well balanced and
drinkable.
Old Man 4.3% Dark beer with soft malt notes continuing the almost lost
traditional of “old ales”.
American Pale Ale 4.8% Light amber. Made with US hops then triple
hopped. Has a pleasant fruit aroma.

Milton Brewery, Waterbeach, Cambridgeshire
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Justinian 3.9% Straw coloured bitter with pink grapefruit hop character and
very dry finish. “Lord” Battersea will be drinking this to keep him away
from the 6 percent beers.
Sparta 4.3% Yellow/gold best bitter. Kiwi hops giving that floral citrus
nose.
Nero 5.0% Complex black beer. Chocolate, raisin and liquorice flavours
predominate.

Moorhouse, Burnley, Lancashire
Old Boss 4.3% Special one-off straw coloured brew from highly reputed
Lancashire brewer.

Naylors, Crosshills, West Yorkshire.
Clucking Hell 4.0% Instantly hoppy character gives way to sweetish malty
flavour.
Black & Tan 4.4% Black Porter mixed with Bitter to create a very smooth
deep brown beer with mellow flavours of roasted barley.

New Bristol Brewery, Bristol. ***NEW BREWERY***
Flame 5.2% New brewery. This “red“ beer was runner up at 2015 Bristol
Beer Festival.

New Lion Brewery, Devon ***NEW BREWERY***
Mane Event 3.7% Made with a complex 7-malt grist which imparts a warm
golden brown colour, this beer utilises U.S. hops to create a balanced and
highly drinkable modern session bitter. It’s the Mane Event in Totnes!

Oakham, Cambridgeshire
Bishops Farewell 4.6% Powerfully citrus, gold/yellow. Zesty and almost
grapefruit like.

Ordinance City Brewery, Ashott, Somerset
Detonator 3.8%
Dark Mild 4.0%
Mortar Bomb 4.3%

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Orkney, Quoyloo, Stromness, Orkney Isles
Skullsplitter 8.5% Runner up in the Barley Wine/Strong Ale section of
Camra WINTER ALE FESTIVAL 2015. Why isn’t all beer this good?
Velvety malts combining with hops to give fruit, spice and a hint of nut. Big
long finish. Take a sip, swallow, then close your eyes and start counting until
the flavour disappears from your mouth. What number did you get to? The
higher the number the longer the finish. Try doing this again with other beers
and you will get to understand the term “long finish”.

Padstow Brewing Co, Cornwall
Padstow Pilot 4.0% An amber ale brewed with Maris Otter pale malt, a
touch of darker malts, and four different types of hop.

Park Brewery, Kingston ***NEW BREWERY***
Killcat 3.9% Pale ale, a hoppy refreshing floral ale. Dry hopped with
Galaxy & Motueka
Park Life 4.4% Copper colour, sweet & malty. Dry hopped with Cascade.
Dark Hill (5.8%) A Black IPA made with Polaris and Summit hops.
Hops: Polaris and Summit. Big and hoppy with long finish.
Two Storm Ruby (7.1%) Ruby coloured made with Columbus and Pacific
Jade hops. Liqurice, toffee, plum and dried fruit flavours all present. A
complex, robust beer. Must try

Peerless, Birkenhead, Wirral.
Cracking Up 3.9% An Easter special with New Zealand hops and a touch
of wheat in the mash.
Full Whack 6.0% High in alcohol but also appropriately high in flavour and
taste. The reason why I like beer. I used to like beers around 5% I am now
leaning to 6 percenters like this -“Lord” Battersea

Purple Moose, Portmadog, Wales
Darkside of the Moose. 4.6% The runner up CAMRA Best WINTER ALE
2015. And WINNER of Old ale/Strong Milds section. Dark complex and
bitter. Excellent.

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Redemption, Tottenham, London N.17
Hopspur 4.5% The “boys from Tottingham” continue to delight the crowd
with this excellent amber coloured beer with a slight sweetness. More Harry
Kane than Teddy Sherringham. But decidedly Greavsie with a slight
nearpost flick on from Gilzean.
Urban Dusk 4.6% Full bodied brown ale. Hints of chocolate and fudge in
both the aroma and flavour.
Rock the Kazbeck 4.0% Blonde ale single hopped with Czech Kazbek hop
for refreshing zesty lemon, lime and grapefruit flavours with delicate lemon
aroma.
Big Chief 5.5% This was one of the first beers I tried that was 100% New
Zealand hopped. What was surprising back then has today been widely
copied. But for me this is still the best of the golden coloured tropical fruit
backed IPA’s

Reedley Hallows, Burnley, Lancashire
Old Laund Bitter 3.6% Amber session pint. Distinctively hoppy.

Robinson’s, Stockport, Cheshire
Mojo 3.7% Hoppy fruity, amber coloured beer.
Old Tom 8.5% Knockout beer. Dark, complex and malty. Chocolate, port,
fruit, raisins just too many flavours to recount. World class. Organiser,
“Lord” Battersea will be lashing into this one that’s for sure.

Roosters, Knaresborough, North Yorkshire
YPA (Yorkshire Pale Ale) 4.1% Pale coloured beer with pronounced
raspberry flavour and floral aroma.
Baby Faced Assassin 6.2% This is an IPA made with a single malt –Golden
Promise – and a single hop – Citra. The yellow-gold beer has a slightly
coconut and pine aroma. The palate has plenty of soft body to support a
complex mix of tropical fruit, mint and pine flavours, subtly stated against
cereal sweetness. A crackly burr of hops, like bitter salad leaves or young
nettles, makes itself felt on a slightly salty finish, rounding off a subtle and
very interesting beer. Description from Des de Moor author of London Pub
Walks. Updated and reprinted.

Sarah Hughes Brewery Sedgley, Dudley
Sedgeley Surprise 5.0% Bitter sweet and medium bodied.

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Dark Ruby Mild 6.0% Regulars at this and other festivals will be aware of
this wonderfully eccentric extremely drinkable 6% mild . Uniquely
flavoured due to use of a Victorian open topped copper. As usual we sent a
van all the way to Dudley to collect this. Has acquired an almost mythical
status as it’s either never arrived or just run out. Don’t worry we have
several firkins put by. Enjoy.

Sierra Nevada, Chico, California.
US IMPORTED BEER
Sierra Nevada 5.0% This beer is not the usual “brewed in the UK under
licence” it really is imported direct from the US. It is currently the No 1 craft
beer in America. But with barely 3% of the market the beer revolution has a
long way to go in the US where brewery numbers are still not at the pre
prohibition era of 80 years ago. Despite rapid growth in the US, rubbish beer
such as Miller/Bud/Coors Lite (the closest thing to an empty glass) still
account for 90% of US sales. Do try this. Available inside Le Gothique on
the main bar.

Skinners, Cornwall
River Cottage EPA 4.0% This is the beer TV chef and all round good egg
Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall of River Cottage fame made in conjunction
with Skinners award winning head brewer. Floral hop nose with long sweet
finish. Excellent
Heligan Honey 4.0% Made with honey from the nearby National Trust
estate. Copper coloured with caramel overtones.

Stonehenge Brewery, Netheravon, Wiltshire
Heel Stone 4.3% Copper coloured. Medium bodied with plenty of flavour

Summerskills, Plymouth, Devon
Devon Dew 4.5% Honey yellow with floral aroma and malty taste. Lemon
taste quickly followed by grapefruit finish.
Ninja 5.0% Bronze coloured made with Slovenian hops giving a slightly
sweet flavour but with citrus finish.

Titanic, Burslem, Stafforshire.

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Anchor 4.1% Another impressive brew from Titanic. Brownish gold in
colour. Initially spicy then a rush of hops.

Teignworthy, Newton Abbot, Devon
Reel Ale 4.0% Amber. Clean sharp tasting bitter. Predominantly, malty but
with good hop definition.
Old Moggie 4.4% Golden, hoppy and fruity.
20th Anniversary 4.7% Brewed to celebrate the brewery’s 20th anniversary.

Tomas & Lilford, Llanwit, Wales
***NEW BREWERY***
Rosemary 5.0% Bursting with flavours of rosemary and honey.
Experimental home brewers. One for the tickers. Check with servers that we
actually have it and its on.

Triple FFF, Alton, Hampshire
Moondance 4.2% Lovely amber colour. Named after the Van Morrison
classic.

Twisted, Westbury, West Wiltshire
***NEW BREWERY***
Gaucho 3.6% A copper coloured light ale produced with a triple malt and
double hop combination. The aroma is of soft fruits and toffee providing a
biscuit and burnt caramel flavour - one will never be enough.

Wood Street Brewery, Sheffield, South Yorkshire
Boojum, 4.2% Triple hopped American Pale ale

Wriggly Valley, Dorset
Copper Hoppa 4.5% A medium bodied dark copper ale with big flavour
and fruit aromas.

Yelland Manor Brewery, Barnstaple, Devon,
***NEW BREWERY***
Classic 4.4% Debuted at Pigs Ear in December with rave reviews. One for
the tickers.

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THE CIDER BAR
Supplied by Sean McFetrich of “Fetch the Drinks”
DRY
Twisted Cider 5.5%
Thistly Cross Whisky Cask 6.9%
Mr. Whitehead's Devil's Device 8.3%
MEDIUM
Gwynt Y Ddraig Happy Daze 4.5%
Burrow Hill Cider 6%
Ernie Boys Scrumpy 6%
Celtic Marches Lily The Pink 6.5%
MEDIUM FLAVOURED
Orchard Pig Maverick (ginger and chilli) 4% Sandford's
Fanny's Bramble (blackberries) 4%
MEDIUM SWEET
Hecks Farmhouse Sweet 6%
Sheppy's Raspberry 4% med sweet
Oliver's Strawberry Thatch Med Sweet 4.5%

FESTIVAL FOOD
(Please order and wait to receive all food from inside
main bar.)
Gothique Cheese Burger £5.95
Hot Cumberland Sausage bap £4.95
Pulled Pork, coleslaw and gherkin bap £5.95
Chilli & Rice £6.95
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Lamb Madras Curry, Rice, Nam and pickle £6.95
Vegetable soup crusty baguette £3.95
Melton Mowbray pork pie + coleslaw £2.95
English farmhouse cheese board – £4.95
Brie, Stilton & Mature Cheddar + bread, chutney
Plate of thick cut chips £3.00
Filled Baguettes, various fillings (in box on bar) £3.95
Pickled Eggs/ Pork scratchings/ Crisps £1.00
JOHN can you…..
1.VOTING FORM half page from last programme 2014

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