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AND THE WINNER IS… CHAMPION ALE OF PETERBOROUGH BEER FESTIVAL

ESP’s Mikey Clarke joined dozens of other ‘expert judges’ at the Peterborough Beer Festival which is underway on the Embankment and we can now reveal the winning brews…

The Champion Ale of this year’s festival is – Easy American Brown 4.4% brewed by Abstract Jungle. Second was Rat in Black and third place went to Nelson Tree.

The judges spent hours sampling and deliberating – we’re sure it was hard work – but now you know the ales to look out for you when you visit… but be quick!

The Peterborough Beer Festival is now on every day until Saturday August 24.

The 42nd Peterborough Beer Festival organised by the local branch of CAMRA (the Campaign for Real Ale) got off to a great start on Tuesday August 20 with the Trade Session followed by a big crowd of eager beer lovers heading down in the early evening.

The festival is one of our favourite events and features over 350 real ales but also a huge range of cider and perry, gin and wine bars and a world beer bar with live music every day.

It’s family friendly and even the pet dog is welcome (on a lead) with plenty of food stalls, fair rides and games to keep everyone amused in between trips to the bar!

Look out for our ESP Paparazzi photographer who’ll be there to capture you all in the act of having a great time.

There’s live music every day – see the full list below. Cheers!

Check www.beer-fest.org.uk for more details and get social on Twitter @Borobeerfest and on Facebook: peterboroughbeerfestival #PBF19

LIVE MUSIC AT THE FEST!

Wednesday 21st August

Ramshackle Serenade

Purveyors of the finest Swingabilly music. Cool vocals, Gretsch guitar, legendary drumming and a big bass sound.

 

Thursday 22nd August

Velocity

Velocity are a fresh and high energy punk, indie and classic rock influenced power trio from Peterborough. On stage around 7.30pm.

Ouse Valley Singles Club

The Ouse Valley Singles Club – Bedford-based comedy skiffle where Vaudevillian Music Hall and Working Men’s Club values collide! On stage around 9pm.

 

Friday 23rd August

Cap’n Rasty’s Big Time Charlies

4 piece energetic punk band fronted by ex League of Mentalmen front man Cap’n Rasty!

On stage around 7.30pm

Let There B/DC

Recapturing the essence of AC/DC this Peterborough band have it all.

On stage around 9pm

 

Saturday 24th August

Matt Howard
Talented local singer/songwriter
On stage around 2pm

Stacey Lowth

Our very own Stacey offering her choice of great tunes

On stage around 3pm

23 Reasons

Diverse and unique 3 piece acoustic covers band

On stage around 4pm.

Ant MacAndrew

All the way from Newark, Lincs, Ant is an amazing solo performer with the power of a band.

On stage around 5pm.

The Contacts

This band is into Motown, Northern Soul and Beer. A must see for PBF 2019

On stage around 7.30pm

(Headline act) Blurd

Doesn’t take much figuring out, Blurd are the UK’s top performing Blur Tribute Act.

On stage around 9pm

www.blurtribute.com

Legend

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