Datchet’s best kept secret is back on Saturday!
Datchet Beer Festival returns this Saturday with over 300 people expected to attend. This year’s event offers over 20 real ales, ciders and perrys all sourced from local breweries within just a few miles of Datchet village.
Datchet Beer Festival was started in 2010 by a group of local beer lovers “who had spent many years talking about it and finally decided it was time to make it happen!”.
The event has become extremely popular and is probably Datchet’s best kept secret!
The 2013 festival is expected to be the biggest event yet, with a new afternoon session being introduced: ‘The Connoisseur’s Afternoon’ will offer a quieter lunchtime session to the established ‘Beerlover’s Evening’. The latter will include live music, “mouth-watering food refreshments to complement the ale”, a charity raffle and a great atmosphere!
Tickets for the The Connoisseur’s Afternoon are £5 and The Beerlover’s Evening tickets are £10, with one pint of ale, cider or perry included in the price.
All profits from both sessions of the 2013 Datchet Beer Festival will be donated to The Scout Association.
New Prince? Old News! This year’s big event…
DATCHET BEER FESTIVAL
Saturday 19th October 2013
Datchet Village Hall, 3 Allen Way
Don’t miss this year’s Datchet Beer Festival – book your tickets online TODAY and look forward
to THE village event of 2013!
This year promises to be the biggest and best festival yet with new ales, new ticket options
and our new website!
Tickets are already in high demand and once we have reached capacity no more
tickets will be available… so don’t do it next week, don’t do it tomorrow….do it now!
…BOOK YOUR TICKETS TODAY!!!
www.datchetbeerfestival.co.uk is the only official website to sell tickets to the 2013 Datchet Beer Festival
PLEASE NOTE THIS SITE IS NOT CURRENTLY FULLY OPTIMISED FOR MOBILE DEVICES. PLEASE USE A DESKTOP PC OR MAC FOR BEST RESULTS
Beer Fact: Pub frequenters used to have a whistle baked into the rim of their ceramic cups. When they needed a refill, they whistled for service.
‘Wet your whistle’ is the phrase inspired by this practice.
Created by Jamie, Dave.S, Paul.S & Paul.B [with thanks to Matt.B and Brendan.F]
Datchet Beer Festival website