You do not need to pre-book via the eventbrite site to join the Beer Festival - you can just show up and pay on your chosen day. However, we can not guarantee entry if the fire limit is met and entry will be first come first served, so please arrive early to avoid disappointment...
Wandsworth Common Beer Festival
24th-27th March 2011
Historic Beers at an historic Building
A Beer Festival with a difference
100 different beers!
£2 (£1 CAMRA) on the Door
“By far the best run festival I have attended. Will come again.”
Every year in the last weekend of March, Le Gothique hosts a beer festival. The Wandsworth Common Beer Festival showcases regional and micro breweries from around the country.
They range from 3% in 0.1% increments all the way up to 10%.
We will have beers from:
Plus we have a unique selection of the best Welsh ales and a Welsh Pyder
The dramatic setting in the Grade II listed Great Hall and gardens together with food from Le Gothique restaurant make this a festival with a difference. An excellent opportunity to visit a piece of history on your doorstep.
Live entertainment Friday and Saturday evenings, Hall admission £2.00 (£1.00 discount to CAMRA members).
Football: We will be showing the Wales v. England UEFA EURO 2012 qualifying on Saturday afternoon (plus we have 10 Welsh ales and 10 Welsh ciders on tap!)
Friday and Saturday 1pm – 11pm
Sunday 1pm-4pm (subject to beer being available)
Prices: £2 and £1 CAMRA Members payable on the door.
Please Note: You do not need to pre-book via this site to join the Beer Festival - you can also just show up and pay on the day. However, Eventbrite ticket holders will be given priority on the door but can not be guarenteed entry if fire limit is met.
Here's what people said about last years Wandsworth Common Beer Festival:
“Very easy to get served throughout the festival.”
“An inspired range of beers. 3% - 10% Light through to dark and all shades in between”
“Spectacular setting for a marvellously efficiently run festival”
“At last a festival that actually has all the beers right through to the last day.’
“A posh beer festival run by people who know what they’re doing NOT Camra run but perhaps all the better for that
“How come this festival has at least 30% female attendees in the evening. No other festival attracts such a large female audience”
Have questions about Wandsworth Common Beer Festival 2011 - 3rd Annual?
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