P154 Last updated 2nd August 2018
Date and Venue of Next Festival
The Marine Hall
The Esplanade, Fleetwood, Lancashire, FY7 6HF
Tel: 01253 887693
Thursday, 7th February 2019: 12 - 11pm
Friday, 8th February 2019: 12 - 11pm
Saturday, 9th February 2019: 12 - 11pm
As well as a range of approximately 100 real ales including beers from local
breweries, old favourites and a range of new and unusual beers, we’ll also
have a range of ciders and perrys and a bar with beers from around the world.
We will also have a Gin and Prosecco bar. This bar is cash only.
A range of hot food will be provided by Striped Pig.
Snacks will be provided by Oddfellows Chocolate and Pipers Crisps.
Entertainment will be provided by the perennial favourites The Full Fat Boogie Band on Friday night and by local rockers Free Roll on Saturday night. The Fleetwood Old Boys Band will also pay us a visit on Saturday afternoon.
|Friday Evening||Full Fat Boogie Band|
|Saturday Afternoon||Fleetwood Sea Cadets Old Boys Band|
|Saturday Evening||Free Roll|
One stop admission is £10 for which you get admission, a refundable hire glass (£2 back when you refund) and £5 of tokens to be used at the main bars. CAMRA members and valid student card holders get an extra £2 of vouchers. This is the cheapest form of admission. Admission without glass and tokens is available on request.Charity
Unused tokens can be donated to our festival charity Fleetwood RNLI.
Here is the final version of the Festival Programme as it went to the printers.
Due to the kind sponsorship of Fifteens at St Annes, we have added Harry's Scrummage, crowned the best cider in Britain at CAMRA’s National Cider and Perry Championships in 2018.
The cask beer is all here and up on the stillage. As often happens, the beer that was delivered was slightly different from the beer we ordered and listed in the programme. There are three substitutions:-
1) Green Duck Wonderland has been replaced by
Green Duck Velvet Thunder 5% STOU
A light biscuity stout with notes of chocolate, layered with the decadent toasted coconut flavours.by
2) Robinsons Trooper has been replaced by
Robinsons Old Tom 8.5% SB
Rich and warming. A distinctive deep port wine finish, with bitter hops balanced by the heady aromas of dark fruit.
3) White Horse Oxfordshire Bitter has been replaced by
White Horse Village Idiot 4.1% BITT
Golden beer made with an idiotic amount of fresh hops to create a refreshing bitter beer, with pale malt and a touch of wheat for balance.
For insurance reasons only CAMRA members can volunteer to help staff CAMRA festivals.
Please return staffing forms by 25th January. Members not returning a form may not be allowed to work at the festival.
Staffing forms, the staffing rota and the data collected have now been deleted from the website.More information will be added as the details are confirmed.