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A warm welcome again to our milestone 40th Peterborough Beer Festival, organised and run by the Peterborough & District branch of CAMRA – The Campaign for Real Ale. Our loyal band of unpaid volunteers have been beavering away to set up the festival site over the last week, to ensure everything goes smoothly for your enjoyment. Of course many of the the committee have spent most of the last month’s since the end of last years PBF, organising this event. I do think that many of them should be applauded for the time and effort that they put into organising what has become one of the premier events in the city’s calendar. We are continually on the lookout for new members to come on board, to become part of this great event. Also we are always very grateful for the help that our members and other volunteers give to actually run the festival. It would be very difficult to do so without them. Which brings me to quash any rumours that you may have heard about this being the last PBF. It is definitely not! We do intend to carry on next year, and in the future. It’s true that a number of our long serving staff are ‘retiring’, or standing down, but we can still run the festival with ‘new blood’. Due to the rising popularity of gin, we have introduced a Gin Bar as a first for this year. It’s situated outside the north marquee, near some of the food stalls. We have a huge range of real ales, ciders, perries and English produced wines, with our World Beers also a feature. The popular ‘one off’ Singles Bar is still with us, with only one beer from each featured brewery on the bar. So when it’s gone, its gone! We have live music on the stage each night, and on Friday and Saturday afternoons. The traditional Cooper will be showing his skills on Tuesday, for those that have an interest in how casks are made from wood. On Saturday we have the return of the Tipple Fair, for collectors of breweriana. For the night owls amongst you, the bars will remain open till 11-30pm on Friday and Saturday nights. Please listen to the announcements about returning your glasses, unless you wish to keep them. The glasses return counter will close approximately 30 minutes after time has been called.

Welcome to the

40th CAMRA

Peterborough Beer Festival

Please respect the staff, who may have been on their feet for a very long day. As with all licensed premises, we are governed by the same rules as any pub. So, we can refuse to serve any customers who become abusive to staff, or we think have had more than enough to drink. The local branch of CAMRA continues to campaign against losing any more of our pubs. There’s a vigorous campaign to save The Cherry Tree on Oundle Road, which has been closed for over nine months now. Please give your support to this group. On a brighter front we have seen the rise of the ‘micro pub’ within the city. The Frothblowers in Werrington, has increased the number to four, adding to The Bumble Inn, The Stoneworks and Puzzles all in the city centre. After a very tasteful refurbishment, the New Inn on Oundle Road, now renamed The Yard of Ale, has now opened its doors. More details about these pubs, and much more, can be read in our bi-monthly magazine Beer Around ‘Ere. If you would like to be part of this happy family, then head for the membership stand and join up to the most successful consumer campaigning group that exists. The cost is minimal, but the benefits are huge. Finally I have to announce that this will be my last year of writing this welcome to our visitors. I am stepping down from my 10 year stint as chairman. I still hope to be able to take an active part within the branch and the PBF, but not such a demanding role, due to age and health matters maybe affecting me. I can only re-iterate the pleasure that I have had in both parts, meeting many dedicated people from both sides of the bar. I have many friendships that have flourished from my association with The Campaign, and hope to continue to keep those pleasures.

David Murray Peterborough Branch Chairman

Opening Times & Prices Tuesday 22nd August Trade Session from 3pm, 5.30pm to 11pm - £5, Wednesday 23rd August Noon to 3pm -£2, 3pm to 11pm - £5 Thursday 24th August Noon to 3pm - £2, 3pm to 11pm - £6 Friday 25th August Noon to 3pm - £2, 3pm to 11.30pm - £6 Saturday 26th August Noon to 3pm -£2, 3pm to 11.30pm - £6 (CAMRA / EBCU / SPBW members Weds-Sat before 3pm-£1, Tues-Sat after 3pm-£3). Pass outs available after 5pm. No admission or re-admission after 10.30pm. Accompanied children (under 18) are admitted free, but must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Dogs are permitted, so long as they are kept on a lead. Glasses are extra and cost £3 each. Undamaged glasses can be returned at any time during the festival in exchange for a new clean glass, or for a full refund of £3.

Conditions of Entry apply this year for Visitor’s Safety and Enjoyment. All visitors will consent to a random search, as a condition of entry. No large bags will be admitted to the festival as this will slow down entry. The management reserves the right to refuse admission, and remove visitors from the event. All visitors consent to be included in official photography, visual and audio recordings. The management will not accept responsibility for any losses of valuables. In accordance with the law, smoking is not permitted within marquees, nor is the use of E-cigarettes. Use the designated Smoking Shelters or the great outdoors. 4

CONTENTS Welcome Opening Times & Prices Fun at the Festival Allergen Information Beer Festival Bands Brewery Bars The Beer List Keycask Information and List Logo Design Competition Escape Bar Site Map & Cooper Information World Beers Local Pubs Cider & Perry Wines Join CAMRA Sponsors RNLI - Festival Charity

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Have Fun at the

Festival We all hope that your visit to the Beer Festival this year will be a memorable one. Remember, without your support the festival could not take place, and the chance to sample some of the excellent brews on offer would be lost. Please try and imagine the festival marquees as one giant pub. Of course, as with all pubs, there are certain rules we have to comply with. The times of opening are published in the programme and the marquees are completely non-smoking. Accompanied children are allowed in the bar marquees, but please keep them away from the bar serveries. And remember that it is against the law to drink alcohol on site if you are under 18. You will need to buy a glass before you start. If it gets too sticky or you want to change glass sizes just take it back to the glasses counter and, provided it is undamaged, exchange it. The Beer Festival serves all beer, cider and wine in oversized glasses with governmentstamped, line-measured markings to ensure that you, the customer, get a full measure in your glass. Please be careful if you put your glass down on a table, on the grass, or anywhere that it could be knocked over and broken. If such an event does occur please inform a member of staff or security that there is broken glass. On no account attempt to pick up the pieces yourself. We have staff with the proper equipment to retrieve it safely. Do not grind it into the grass! Other events take place on this site after we have finished. Be careful not to leave your glass unattended. Remember – You paid for it!

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To ensure you enjoy the festival at all times we advise you to start off with some light beers, say a mild or low gravity ale, then on to something a bit stronger. Starting off with the strongest beers on the menu means your taste buds get no chance to enjoy the different flavours that the various brews offer. As with any other pub we do have the right to eject any person who we feel is a threat to other customers, or our staff. Thankfully this is a very rare occurrence. Also remember that, just like other pubs, you are not allowed to drink your own alcohol on site, and illegal drugs are totally banned, and their use will result in a call to the police. Finally, let me remind you of the dedicated staff who are serving you at the festival. Every one of them is an unpaid volunteer, so please be patient at busy times. The person serving you may well have been on duty for the best part of the day, or the whole week, and are naturally starting to flag a bit! You can help these people by joining CAMRA and offering to help run the festival. 7

Allergens Allergen information for the beers, ciders, perries and wines will be available at the CAMRA Membership and Information stand. Please enquire there if you have any specific request about allergens, or ask a member of the bar staff who will find out for you. The food provided at this festival is from independent catering establishments and each will display their own allergen information. Cask Beers: Normally contain one or more cereals including barley, wheat, rye and oats (Gluten). A few may contain Sulphites. We hope to have at least one beer suitable for Coeliacs.

Bottled Beers & Lagers: Normally contain one or more cereals including barley, wheat, rye and oats. (Gluten). A few may contain Sulphites. Some bottled beers are suitable for Coeliacs.

Cider & Perry – Many contain Sulphites.

Wines: Many contain Sulphites and a few may contain Milk and Eggs.

Soft Drinks: Generally no allergens.

Vegans & Vegetarians

The Membership & Information stand also has details of products that are suitable for vegans and vegetarians.

Cask Beers: Most cask ales contain isinglass finings but some are now sold without finings.

Bottled Beers: Many use finings but there are some suitable for vegans and vegetarians. Cider & Perry, Wine & Soft Drinks: Generally no issues here.

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Entertainment & Music at the Festival So, celebrating 40 years of Peterborough Beer Festival with some of the best local talent available. All of the bands playing at the festival are very special in their own right and it is probably wrong to highlight any specific bands, so please do come along and offer your support to your favourites on the night. If you don’t know the Ouse Valley Singles Club, then you are missing one of the funniest live acts around. Performing on Thursday night, this band have been known to make grown men cry! Friday’s entertainment starts late afternoon and for Saturday beginning at 2pm with a fantastic blues band through to the late evening finale with Motor City Vipers. Our sincere thanks to all participating bands for giving up their time to perform at PBF 2017 and if you are interested in PBF 2018 please contact us at All times are approximate and subject to change. Please see Live Music at for updates and more info.

Mike Lane

Tuesday 22nd August

Peterborough Morris Peterborough Morris will again be with us this year and will be dancing in locations around the festival from around 6pm to 9pm.

7pm Open Mic Night With the popularity of Open Mic evenings ever increasing around pubs in the Peterborough area, this has now become a regular feature of PBF. We simply have to give another opportunity to some of our less well known individuals to show off their unique talents on the Beer Festival Stage. This event will again be hosted by Stacy, so if you would like the opportunity to appear, do please contact her IN ADVANCE to register your interest. Stacy can be reached at 10

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Wednesday 23rd August

8pm Vinyl Nite Rob Gair has been appearing at club nights all over Peterborough under the name ‘The Whole Point’ playing the very best 60s Mod, Ska, Motown and Northern Soul on vinyl. Here, for the attendees at the Peterborough Beer Festival 2017, along with his usual blend he will be playing an eclectic mix of well known classic pop from the last 55 years, along with some rarely heard but definite gems, all on lovely vinyl only.

Thursday 24th August

7.30pm Tom Wright Band Tom Wright is a 21 year old, British singer-songwriter, and has just released his debut album. Brought up with rock and roll music, his songs delve into the creative, storytelling element of country music, with the guitarheavy drive of classic rock anthems. Tom has performed with a number of people, across the UK and Europe, such as Tom Chaplin (Keane), Don Felder (The Eagles), The Feeling, Ronan Keating and Huey Lewis.

9.15pm Ouse Valley Singles Club

If you are not familiar with The Ouse Valley Singles Club, or have yet to catch their live show, then you are in for a treat. They are one of the most original outfits currently doing the live

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circuit. Hailing from the historical market town of Bedford, The OVSC are Tim Barron (Compare/Vocalist/Ukulele), Amy Martell (vocals/Bass), Uncle Sam(vocals/toasting/ Washboard), Jim Morton(Snare) and sometimes member Neil Whittington (guitar). They have gigged almost every weekend over the last two years honing their craft and building a massive following of loyal fans as they go. Heavily influenced by the sounds & traditions of 1950’s Skiffle, they combine this long forgotten genre with the energy of Punk, whilst occasionally dropping some Rub n dub reggae urban flavours into the mix and then layering this with hilarious Folk-like story-telling. They put on a fantastic live show that gives a hysterical observational account of every day tales of woe with a razor sharp observational narrative whilst rocking the crowds with their infectious earworms at the same time.

Friday 25th August

4pm Palmerston Arms Ukulele Band This is a bunch from the Palmerston Arms who formed up for a bit of fun and have gone from strength to strength. No beer festival, large or small, is complete without a performance from this multi-talented outfit with their unique and entertaining style of sing along favourites.

8pm Revolver Revolver are well known for their highly energetic stage performances of many of the biggest indie anthems from the likes of Oasis, Kaiser Chiefs, Stereophonics, Killers, Feeder, U2,



Entertainment– continued along with up to date pop from Walk the Moon, classics from The Jam, The Police, Erasure and quirky stuff like Wheatus and Scouting for Girls. Revolver are a very visual band managing to engage the audience from the word go and make any event belong to the audience as much as the band. Don’t be surprised to see frontman Nok bring his Geordie charm into the crowd and get the less shy joining in. Nok and Mark Delaine Smith (former member of the UKs top Oasis tribute) started the band in 2013 and along with the explosive Danny Hunt on guitar and Dan Spence on drums whichever one of the four you watch there’s always something going on. If you like the big indie numbers (Revolver were chosen as the support act to Scouting for Girls in 2016) and you like it bursting with energy and performance with ripping riffs and full on vocal harmonies then you will have a top night and join the many others who have become part of the large Revolver family.

Saturday 26th August

5pm All Shook Up All Shook Up was formed in late 2015, when Luke Allport (of The Replicas) decided he wanted to form a Rock ‘n’ Roll band, with a main focus on 50’s Sun records tracks, mainly Elvis, but since then the set has grown to include a number of rocking tracks, with just a few from the 60s as well! The band are certainly no Elvis impersonator, and just want to play the classic Elvis tracks that made him the King! The band is very fortunate to have Peter Ravenhill, one of Peterborough’s youngest and brightest guitar talents strumming out those classic Scotty Moore riffs, with a few surprises thrown in for good measure. The band’s backline are Chris Dunn on bass guitar, and Nigel Taylor on drums! In 2016, to get the full sound of the Elvis recordings, Rambo Hearts and Mark Rowlands joined the band, and provide backing harmonies reminiscent of The Jordanairres!

9.30pm Retrolux Formed in 2003 Retrolux are Dave Colton (Bass / Vocals), Ian Graham (Guitar/Vocals), Chris Goodwin (Harmonica/Vocals) and drummer Thorin ‘Fozzie’ Dixon. From their first headline set at the festival in 2006, and another support slot to Letz Zep in 2011, the band have built a large loyal local following playing classic rock that’s slightly outside the usual pub rock set list. The audience can expect to hear the band indulge in playing their favourite Zeppelin tracks, plus songs by The Who, David Bowie, Alex Harvey, Foo Fighters, ZZ Top, Frank Zappa, The Doobie Brothers and many others.

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7.30pm Ramshackle Serenade The finest “Swingabilly” music around. Rock ‘n’ Roll with a twist. A four piece band comprising Cool Vocals, Rockin Gretsch Guitar, Thumping Blues Bass and Legendary Drumming! Ramshackle Serenade were formed in Peterborough in 2011 and have played in venues and at festivals up and down the country. They never fail to get the audience jumping, clapping, stamping, kazooing and singing along with their 13


Entertainment– continued original “Ramshackled” takes on classic tracks, plus their own material. They have shared the bill with Johnny Marr, Frank Turner, The Selector, Fun Loving Criminals, Jools Holland and his Orchestra, Bad Manners, Squeeze and lots more besides. Ramshackle Serenade are very pleased to be playing the 40th Peterborough Beer Festival and looking forward to some serious fun.

9.15pm Motor City Vipers There has always been a strong soul-scene within Peterborough and the surrounding area. Very few weekends go by without a retro-soul night being hosted by one or more of our top home-grown soul DJs – so it’s no surprise that the city has given rise to one of the UKs most respected soul bands. Since 2009, Motor City Vipers have gained themselves a reputation as one of the UKs top soul acts, having supported artists as diverse as Geno Washington, Neville Staple, The Blockheads and Kiki Dee. Their electrifying 9-piece line-up is guaranteed to have you dancing and singing to some of the

60s and 70s most iconic Motown and Northern Soul floor-fillers by the likes of Otis Redding and Wilson Picket, through to The Temptations, The Supremes, Martha & The Vandellas and Stevie Wonder. It’s been five years since we first saw ‘The Vipers’ at Peterborough Beer Festival to celebrate our 35th Anniversary, so we’re delighted to have them back to help bring our 40th beer festival to a rousing and spectacular finale.


4pm - The Fedz

‘Band of Tramps’ are an original classic British blues rock trio. Featuring blues heavyweight, ‘Jimi Whitewolf’ on guitar and vocals; the legendary ‘Johnny Two Feathers’ on drums and probably the best blues rock bass player on the planet, Jay Jay. ‘Hendrix’, Band of Gypsys meets the fluid power of early ‘Trower’, with ‘Rodgers’, ‘Winwood’ vocals. “A pile driver of accomplished original material” Record Collector. “Excellent Original compositions, powerful vocals, rippling guitar work” Blues in Britain “Guitar heaven” Get Ready to Rock

The Fedz are an exciting 5-piece 60’s soul band with a versatile line up of Vocals, Guitar, Keyboards, Bass & Drums.

3pm - Chris Watson Band The Chris Watson Band is an exciting and unique blend of Jazz, Blues, Rock, Folk and World music.

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Hailing from Peterborough, they offer a sharp stage image and a wide repertoire of songs, with a 60’s soul vibe to ensure audiences hit the dance floor early, and stay there from start to finish! ‘The Fedz’ deliver a great set featuring hits from Spencer Davis, The Who, Otis Redding, The Commitments, Wilson Pickett and of course, Jake & Elwood Blues a.k.a. ‘The Blues Brothers’. Formed 4-years ago they have built their reputation steadily across the City and Region since that time to become one of Peterborough’s premier live acts, delivering a memorable show with top vocals and a great rapport with audiences. 15 15

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Brewery Bars Adnams Southwold, Suffolk Barrel Aged Broadside 10% Dark ruby English beer aged in whisky casks with cherries, for over four years.

Flight Suit Orange Pale Ale 6% Sorry no tasting notes.

Lancaster Bomber


A full-bodied chestnut beer with an inviting malty aroma and warming aftertaste.



Rich, malty aroma with blackberries and dried fruit.

A deep, malty backbone, together with the use of Burton water makes a nutty flavour with a delicate, hoppy aroma and a dry, bitter finish.

Earl Grey Lager



4.7% 5%

Brewed with Pilsner malt and Galaxy hops and infused with Darjeeling Earl Grey Tea.

Ghost Ship


Pale Ale with a malty backbone. Brewed with a selection of malts and a blend of American hops.



Pale Ale malt, Lager malt and Cara. Mosaic hops at four stages of brewing. Bold hop characteristics; peach, mango, lemon and pine.

Nut Brown

Jennings Sneck Lifter



Southwold Bitter


Aromas of toffee apple, caramel and sulphur. Taste is a complex mix of malt, toffee and roast bitterness.

Batemans Wainfleet, Lincs Gold 3.9%

A golden refreshing beer brewed with lager malt and Chinook and Cascade.

Salem Porter


A black and complex mix of chocolate, liquorice and cough elixir.

Skull & Hammers


A hand-blended beer of Triple XB and Batemans Gold.



A smooth malty beer with a blackcurrant background. Hops initially give way to a bittersweet dryness.



A brilliant blend of malt, hops and fruit on the nose with a bitter bite over the top of a faintly banana maltiness.


Pale, chocolate and crystal malts; English Fuggles and Styrian Goldings hops. Strong in roasted malt.

Nene Valley Brewery Oundle,


Brewed with East Anglian pale ale malt it has light, biscuit flavours.The English hops add a gentle bitterness to this crisp Summer beer.


Amber and chocolate malts enhance the complex flavours of this beer.


Based on Adnam’s original Nut Brown recipe and redesigned by Head Brewer Fergus! It’s the colour of a freshly-cracked nut with flavours of gooseberries, caramel & malt.



Refreshing Golden Ale with citrus aromas. Lightly hopped with subtle sweet notes and delicate citrus fruit flavours throughout.


Big Bang Theory


Well balanced pale ale with a huge hop aroma giving way to malty sweetness.

Egyptian Cream


A Milk Stout created with a range of malts and flaked oats with a little extra lactose sweetness.

Hop Stash Citra


Packed full of Citra hops giving a big hit of grapefruit, passion fruit and lime.

Hop Stash Topaz


Packed full of Topaz hops.

A Beer Named LEEROY


Hoppy and fruity pale ale. Lots of oats and a little aromatic malt. In-kettle hopping with a large dose of Simcoe , then Ekuanot Lupulin powder added post fermentation.

Nene Valley Bitter


Floral hop and malt aroma introduces a full clean biscuit malt taste balanced by bitterness and some fruit.

Release the Chimps


Golden-coloured American-style pale ale with a fruity hop aroma and flavour.

Simple Pleasures


A light beer with a pleasing citrus hop flavour.



Gin and tonic wheat beer. Lovely light and refreshing. Peterborough Beer Festival 2017


The Beer List

Abbeydale Sheffield, South Yorkshire Absolution 5.3% A fruity pale ale, deceptively drinkable for its strength. Sweetish but not cloying.

TripleC For an ale brewed by one of our ever increasing number of local Microbreweries head over to the LocAle Bar which is part of bar 4 in the north marquee, between the cider and keycask bar. There will be 22+ local breweries on show. Also returning this year are Nene Valley Brewery, as one of the areas fastest growing breweries be sure to stop by at their brewery bar (Brewery bar 5 on the layout). Make sure you visit us to sample some of what our branch area brewers have to offer. You will not be disappointed, and don't forget you will supporting your local economy, the local business entrepreneurs, local jobs, and helping to reduce “beer miles”, hence doing your bit for the planet. Don't forget that a number of our local real ale establishments stock locally brewed ale & cider on a regular basis. This LocAle scheme is a major promotion within CAMRA, any local licencees that don’t currently stock local beers and would like more information feel free to contact the branch LocAle coordinator, Mark Wroe (


Brewed with three hops, a load of Columbus for bittering, with Cascade and Centennial for aroma and flavour.

Abstract Jungle Langley Mill, Derbyshire Hutches Pale 3.9%

A very pale session beer with floral Cascade notes and a crisp clean finish.

Easy American Brown


A classic brown ale malt base balanced with a fresh American hop profile of Citra, Cascade and Centennial.



SINGLES BAR A chocolate, hazelnut and vanilla stout of course.

Acorn Barnsley, South Yorkshire Barnsley Bitter


This brown bitter has a smooth malty bitterness throughout with notes of chocolate and caramel.

Summer Pale


A crisp refreshing fruity wheat beer with raspberry and grapefruit notes. Easy drinking.

Alechemy Livingston, West Lothian 10 Storey Mind Bomb 4.5%

Uses ten kinds of malts, with flavours of caramel and fruit loaf.

Alnwick Alnwick, Northumberland Alnwick Amber 3.8%

Classic amber ale with a strong infusion of Fuggles and Styrian Goldings hops.

Alnwick IPA


Hoppy aroma of bitter oranges to start followed by a big hoppy taste. Dry and very hoppy to finish. Peterborough Beer Festival 2017



Anarchy Stannington, Northumberland Citra Star 4.1% Loaded with grapefruit, lemon and lime flavours. Highly hopped with a big, bitter finish.

Angles Ales Peterborough 5%

A dark ruby strong bitter. Pale ale malts are combined with roasted and torrified barley to produce a distinctive porteresque-type ale.

Goat Tosser


A medium brown old English best bitter. Made using Maris Otter, light crystal and cara malts and a fourstage hopping process using Fuggles.

H.M.S. Glatton


SINGLES BAR East India Pale Ale, named after this fine warship, is made to an original East India Company recipe.

Southgate Bitter


A light brown old English bitter.

Anspach & Hobday Bermondsey, London SE1 The Pale Ale 4.4% Light, bright & fruity. This pale uses a blend of hops balanced on a crisp light body.

Austendyke Ales Weston Hills, Lincolnshire Brexit 5% Sorry, no notes available.

Long Lane

Pale Ale featuring US Ekuanot & Australian Enigma hops.

Straight Outta Ketton


Feral Nun

Bakers Dozen Ketton, Rutland Magic Potion No.4 3.8%

Electric Landlady


CAMRA’s Champion Golden Ale of the East Midlands. Single hopped with Mosaic to bring oodles of tropical fruit and citrus flavour & aroma.

I'm Brian & So's My Wife (unfined)


FESTIVAL SPECIAL Rhubarb & Juniper infused Saison.

Highway A6121 re-visited (unfined)


SINGLES BAR Collaboration brew with Three Blind Mice Brewery. A White IPA packed full of Summit, Mosaic & Citra hops.

Bexar County Peterborough I am not a fruit beer


Slightly tart beetroot wheat beer (vegan, unfined).

Cream Tea Deconstructed


Malt forward tea beer with lactose and strawberry. (vegetarian, unfined)

Bitter Invention of Satan 4%


Oatmeal Pale Ale brewed with Bravo, Centennial, Equinox, Citra, Sorachi Ace & Falconer’s Flight 7Cs.


A traditional copper-coloured bitter.

Imperial coffee stout using Hot Numbers Coffee. Winner of the Cambridge CAMRA Beer Festival 2017.


Papa Steve


Crisp easy-drinking ale with a bitter finish, soft copper and caramel in colour.

Bad Dishforth, North Yorkshire Summer Breeze


Pale Ale infused with lime and mint. Big citrus notes with a refreshing symphony on the finish.

Bad Seed Malton, North Yorkshire Session IPA 4%

Three of the biggest boldest hops crammed into this belter of a beer. Vic Secret, Comet, and Ella give this beer a totally tropical fruit flavour.



American Pale Ale with heaps of Comet, Cascade, Chinook and Columbus that deliver a hit of grapefruit, citrus, pine and papaya.

Baildon Baildon, West Yorkshire Sir Titus Salt

Bingley Wilsden, West Yorkshire Session


This session IPA has sharp citrus and spicy notes.



Golden. Real saffron threads added into the fermentor to give a true Indian Spice flavour.

North South Divide


The creaminess accentuates the nutty, malty flavour typical in some northern ales.

Blackjack Manchester Deerhunter


Pale amber beer.


Light blonde-coloured ale. Hoppy and sessionable. 20


SINGLES BAR Imperial American Stout.

Black Metal Loanhead, Midlothian Will O' the Wisp 6.6% Juniper Smoked Ale. Peterborough Beer Festival 2017


The Ramblewood Inn ‘The pub in the woods’

The all day venue – Open for meals and snacks 12pm to 9pm daily A conservatory restaurant with food served all day, nooks and crannies in the old stables, outdoor seating and extensive parking, plus a selection of Real Ales.

Real food, Real ales, Real pub Orton Hall Hotel & Spa, The Village, Orton Longueville, Peterborough, PE2 7DN Tel: 01733 391111

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Black Sheep Masham, North Yorkshire Baa Baa 4.0% A modern pale ale with bags of hop character.

Blue Bee Sheffield, South Yorkshire Dr. Rudi Pale. 3.7% Grassy, Lemongrass, pine needles

Space Invaders


Bradford Bradford, West Yorkshire Northern Soul 3.8% A deep golden ale made using the finest English hops. Caramel and malty goodness set against fresh hops with a smooth mouthfeel.

Brains Cardiff Atomic Blonde


A hoppy blonde ale brewed with Pale Ale and Lager malts, hopped with Citra, Amarillo, Summer and Mosaic. A burst of tropical fruit aromas leads to flavours of peach and sweet grapefruit.

Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.

Reverend James

Blue Bell Whaplode St Catherine, Lincs. Tilly's Golden Tipple 3.7%

Pale ale heavily hopped with US Chinook hops imparting refreshing grapefruit bitterness.

Easy drinking golden-coloured session ale.

A premium strength Pale Ale, with a blend of malts to provide a juicy backbone and a pale amber colour.

New Honesty


Re-worked version of the former award winning Old Honesty. Copper coloured and a hop led brew with very little malt influence in either the nose or flavour.

Ingle Dingle


Mid-brown in colour. Malty front in the nose and taste, semi-sweet with the malts leading the flavour throughout.

Blue Monkey Giltbrook, Nottingham B.G. Sips 4.0%

Brewed with Brewers Gold hops impart enticing tropical fruit aromas and a lovely thirst quenching bitterness.



A powerful black IPA loaded with Magnum, Centennial, Cascade and Nelson hops for an explosive finish!

Reverend James Gold





A full-bodied beer. Gentle malt and hop aroma leads to a malty, hop and fruit mix with a balancing bitterness.

Brass Castle Malton, North Yorkshire Misfit 4.3%

Initially sweet, with a deep and mouthy umami quality, this fades to give way to a cheeky bitterness, dry finish.

Brew Buddies Swanley, Kent Saison


Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.

Brew York York, North Yorkshire Tonkoko 4.5%

Boudicca West Barsham, Norfolk Queen of Hops (unfined) 3.7%

Huge coconut and chocolate flavours with a Tonka and vanilla finish. Really creamy and easy drinking. Infused with coconut, tonka beans, cacao nibs and vanilla.

Soft fruity aroma, rounded and grassy with hints of marmalade. Followed by a tangy burst of hops on the palate, with some underpinning of malt and bitterness. Vegan beer.


Prasto’s Cherry Porter (unfined)


Thin, dark, clear with no head. Minimal aroma. A bit bitter and sharp with only a hint of cherry. Light bodied.

Box Social Newburn, Tyne & Wear Gentlemans Nectar 4.2%

Light hoppy and refreshing with a resounding hop character and bitterness leaving you craving more.

Campfire Porter


Porter with toasted marshmallow, Pumphreys coffee, vanilla, cocoa and lactose.



Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.

Brewsters Grantham, Lincolnshire Hophead 3.6% This amber ale has a floral hoppy character, hops predominate throughout leading to a grapefruit finish.

Roll in the Hay


Golden coloured with pale malt grist to provide the merest hint of roast malt. Hops are Cascade for perfumed floral notes and Fuggles for a fruity spicyness.

Emma Sharp


A golden ale with American hop varieties Mosaic & Simcoe. Emma Sharp was a Victorian lady who took on the Barclay Challenge; a competitive walk of 1000 miles. Men tried to sabotage her but she saw them off with two pistols!


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Brick Peckham, London SE15 Peckham Pale


American pale ale made with blended Munich, Vienna and Crystal malts and Simcoe, Equinox, Cascade and Mosaic hops.

Castor Castor, Cambs. 12th Man

Bristol Beer Factory Bristol Fortitude 4%

Hopping Toad

Amber ale, sweet and rounded malty body. Finished witha spicy, blackcurrant and minty aroma.

Into the Living Sea of Waking Dreams

Milk Stout



The original Bristol Milk Stout with smooth chocolatey sweetness and balancing coffee bitterness with hints of dark fruits. This award winning national champion stout is a beautifully creamy, full-bodied stout.

Brown Cow Barlow, North Yorkshire White Dragon 4%

A pale aromatic beer, refreshing with a good level of bitterness, citrus undertones and a clean finish.

Captain Oates Mild


A premium dark mild brewed with a complex mix of malts and oats giving a wonderful depth of flavour

Brumaison Marden, Kent B.B.


A classic traditional ale brewed in Tonbridge, Kent. Easy going but tons of flavour!

Bullards Norwich, Norfolk I Dig a Pigmy


An Amarillo triple hopped beer with spicy citrus and floral aromas with an orangey finish.


Champion beer of the Castor portfolio. Using low colour malt, this very pale beer is incredibly easy drinking.

Like Shadows in Loves Stifled Throes




Roman Gold


A balance of three different malts and American hops for a perfect session beer.

The Roaring Forties


FESTIVAL SPECIAL This windy malty biscuit based beer gives way to gentle hop tones evoking Southern Sea citrus groves.

Chalk Hill Norwich, Norfolk Gold


Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.

A light hoppy nose. Grapefruit, banana and hops mingle in a well balanced beginning. The finish develops a growing bitterness .

Never Swim With Sharks

Cattermole Rye Pale

4.1% 4.6%

Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.

Burton Town Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire NEW BREWERY



A Championship Pale Ale in support of Burton Albion

Black as your Hat


Malts used are Maris Otter, Carafa III, Black, Crystal. Hops used are Centennial, Columbus, Cascade.

Castle Rock Nottingham Harvest Pale


Brewed with a gently-kilned malt, a blend of American hops added during the brewing process gives this pale beer exceptional poise. Its distinct hop flavour leads to a crisp finish.



Classic German hops and specially selected yeast give this clean pilsner-style pale a spicy and earthy kick. 24


Light, zesty citrus notes, subtle pine undertones & a strong malty backbone

Church End Nuneaton, Warwickshire Gravediggers Ale 3.8%

Dark black and red in colour, with a complex mixture of chocolate and roast flavours. The use of two different hops gives the beer a complex feel and smooth finish.



An exciting new slightly orange/gold bitter, brewed with a new variety of hop; a very refreshing pint, with hints of Seville orange.

Conwy Llysfaen, Clwyd Clogwyn Gold


Tropical fruit aromas followed by sweet malts and a gentle hoppy aftertaste.



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Crafty Little Brewery Brough, East Yorkshire

Dawkins Bristol I.P.L. #1 Huell Melon

Red Tail

Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.



Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.

Wolf Bite


Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.

Credence Amble, Northumberland Azacca IPA 6%

Easy drinking, smooth IPA that showcases Azacca hops. Flavours include stone fruits, citrus, herbal and pine.

Revolving Session Pale


Digfield Barnwell, Northants. Fool's Nook



The floral aroma, dominated by lavender and honey, belies the hoppy bitterness that comes through in this golden ale.



An amber-gold pale ale with a distinct hoppy aroma.

Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.

Old Crow Porter

Cullercoats Wallsend, Tyne & Wear Dry Hop Project #22 UK Chinook 4.8%

A traditional, rich, full-bodied porter.

This pale ale is spot on for the summer, refreshing and fruity, can be served quite cool on a very hot day!

Shuggy Boat Special


Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.


4.3% 4.5%

This amber brew begins with a balance of malt and hop on the nose which develops on the palate, complemented by a mounting bitterness.

Dukeries Worksop, Nottinghamshire Elsi Pale 3.6%

Dancing Duck Derby, Derbyshire Dark Drake 4.5%

Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.

Deliciously malty caramel liquorice flavours combine wonderfully in a smooth oatmeal stout.

East London Leyton,London E10 E.L.B. Pale 4.0%

Waddle It Be


This pale ale is full of five different New World hops giving flavours of oranges, peaches and blackcurrants.

Dark Star Partridge Green, Sussex Hophead 3.8%

A golden bitter with a fruity/hoppy aroma and a citrus/bitter taste and aftertaste.



A hint of initial sweetness adds to the fruitiness and grapefruit tang of this summer ale.

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Black Swan


Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.

Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.



Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.

Eight Arch Wimborne, Dorset Parabolic


Pale Ale. Expect easy drinking with a upfront hop character of grapefruit and citrus.



IPA. A straight up hop monster of a beer.



Elland Elland, West Yorkshire G.P.A.


Pale ale with a ginger twist from the addition of fresh root ginger which is added to the copper.

1872 Porter


Creamy, full-flavoured porter. Rich liquorice flavours with a hint of chocolate from roast malt.

Elgood’s Wisbech Black Dog



Fruit and malt on the nose with increasing hops and balancing malt on the palate. Dry finish.

Mango Sour


FESTIVAL SPECIAL SINGLES BAR Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.

Beer Goggles


Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.

Elliswood Hinkley, Leicestershire Flaming Star 3.8%

Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.

Royal Standard 1485


A deep red bitter with caramel undertones.

Elusive Finchampstead, Berkshire Sphere of Destiny


Single hoped session IPA

Felix & the Fruit Machine


SINGLES BAR Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.

Exit 33 Sheffield, South Yorkshire Thirst Aid


Light session ale using two American hops.

Eyes Leeds, West Yorkshire NEW BREWERY

Kleiner Weisse Citrus

Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.

Framework Leicester, Lecestershire NEW BREWERY

Simcoe Pale


Session IPA brewed with US and NZ hops then blended with orange, grapefruit, lemon and lime.

Framework / St Giles Alehouse Ruby Red 4.4% Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.

Frothblowers Erdington, Birmingham Kentish Brew 4.2%

Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.

ELOriginal Brew


Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.

Fyne Ales Cairndow, Argyll Jarl


Has strong citrus notes,through use of the Citra hop. A very light,golden ale that can be drunk in any season!

G2 Swanley, Kent Sail


The Sail was originally part of a larger constellation, which represented the ship used by Jason and the Argonauts on their quest for the golden fleece. A uniquely flavoured blonde session ale, with a subtle lemon twist.

Geeves Barnsley, South Yorshire Clear Cut


An extra pale ale with bags of American hops for a real citrus kick.

Goachers Maidstone, Kent Best Dark Ale


Dark in colour but light and quaffable in body, this ale features hints of caramel and chocolate malt throughout.

Golden Triangle Norwich, Norfolk Hoptriptic 4.2%

The first in a series of tripple-hopped extra-pale ales: Citra, Mosaic, Simcoe.

Five Points Hackney, London E8 Five Points Pale 4.4%

Grapefruit Mosaic

A fresh, zesty, aromatic pale ale brewed with malted barley, a little wheat, and Amarillo and Citra hops from the West Coast of the USA.

Mosaic City



Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.

Black red mild with liquorice and chocolate. Dry roasty finish.

Cambridge Bitter

Four Candles Broadstairs, Kent Cascade Pilsner 4.0%


FESTIVAL SPECIAL Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.


Light golden ale made exclusively with Mosaic hops, hence the name.


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Grain Alburgh, Norfolk Oat Pale


Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.



A deep, dark and rich smoked porter, brewed with a complex blend of malts.



Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.

Grainstore Oakham, Rutland Rutland Panther


Reddish-black mild punches above its weight with malt and roast flavours combined.

Rutland Osprey


Refreshing golden brew. Complex flavour is mellow with a finely balanced floral aroma and smooth bitterness.



A refreshing light golden honey brew, with a subtle floral/honey aroma and flavour.

Rutland Beast


A unique, strong mild ale, having a complex flavour made up of a combination of chocolate/coffee notes imparted by coloured malts used in the brew and those of raisins and autumn fruits.

Great Heck Great Heck, South Yorkshire Dave 3.8%

A very dark session bitter brewed with English hops and lashings of chocolate and crystal malts giving a satisfying roasty taste.



Amber with a very faint haze and a lemony hoppy nose with golden malt. Smooth and moderately bitter, lightly fruity and pithy-crisp.

Green Jack Lowestoft, Suffolk Fruit Bat


Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.

Cherry Popper


SINGLES BAR Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.



Strong, sweet and fruity with a warming finish.

Hairy Brewers Kilburn, Derbyshire NEW BREWERY

Devil's Whiskers


An IPA with a modern twist. It has all the hoppiness of a traditional IPA, but has a dark side that bites back in the style of a full bodied ruby ale. 28

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Hair of the Dog


Amber colour with an aroma that is malty, caramel, toffee, sweet malt. Flavour is moderate sweet and light bitter, toffee, caramel, sweet malt.

Hanlons Half Moon Village, Devon Port Stout 4.8%

A black beer with roast malt in the aroma and a hoppy bitterness in the aftertaste.

Hattie Brown Swanage, Dorset Moonlite 3.8%

Pale yellow-gold coloured. Aroma is vanilla, grass and berry hop, faint citrus. Flavour is composed of pale grains, tangy pineapple, citrus, mango, bready malts.

Mustang Sally


English Bitter.

Heritage Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire Offilers Best Bitter 4%

Vanilla Porter Horbury Ossett, West Yorkshire Now Then J.F.B. Citra Pale Session

Horncastle Horncastle, Lincolnshire Total Chaos 4.2%

Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.

Dragon’s Flame

Howling Hops Hackney Wick, London E9 Pale Ale 3.8% Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.

Ilkley Ilkley, North Yorkshire Hendrix

A single hop pale ale ... Citra. Unfined unfiltered and uncompromised.

Roobarb & Custard


SINGLES BAR Hazy oatmeal pale with added rhubarb & vanilla.

Hop Studio York, North Yorkshire Solstice 3.8%

A light, crisp and hoppy ale. Maris Otter pale malt and Carapils provide a light malty base for intensely aromatic flavours of Chinook, Cascade and Nelson Sauvin hops.

Hopshackle Market Deeping, Lincs. American Pale Ale 4.3%

An amber coloured ale . The taste is citrus hop with gooseberry and lychees and a dry bitter finish.



A brown beer with citrus and tropical fruit flavours , spicy rye character and a bitter dry finish .

Token’s Tribute


FESTIVAL SPECIAL A golden beer with complex malt and fruit and a dry bitter finish . Peterborough Beer Festival 2017


Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.

Masterpiece IPA

Hop Jacker Dronfield, Derbyshire Hopjacked 4.8%


Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.

Ruby Red



Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.

This light amber coloured smooth drinking best bitter has a mild to medium bitterness and biscuit notes. Aromatic hops, toasted cereal notes and hints of smoke and spice enhanced by fragrant fruity character and a top note of fresh bread.


A black beer with flavours of rich malt, dark chocolate, liquorice and vanilla and a roasted grain finish.


Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.


Brewed with oats to soften the brazen hoppy edge. Big citrus flavours with background tropical fruitiness and a slight piney bitterness. This year marks 50 years since Jimi played Ilkley would you believe.

Kelham Island Sheffield, South Yorkshire Easy Rider 4.3%

A pale, straw-coloured beer with a sweetish flavour and delicate hints of citrus fruits. A beer with hints of flavour rather than full-bodied.

Pale Rider


A full-bodied, straw pale ale, with a good fruity aroma and a strong fruit and hop taste.

Kennet & Avon Melksham, Wiltshire Wilcot Wide 4.6%

A robust mahogany ale, single hopped with New Zealand Waimea gives a quality bitterness with unique fresh citrus aroma notes.

Kent Birling, Kent Beyond the Pale


A full-flavoured golden pale ale with a powerful punch of hops.

Keystone Berwick St. Leonard, Wiltshire Gold Spice 4%

A light-coloured, well hopped beer with stem ginger. 29


Wiltshire Pale


Challenger, Boadicea & Golding hops dominate this very pale ale giving a floral toffee aroma leading to a crisp dry taste.

King’s Cliffe King's Cliffe, Northants. 5C 3.8% Golden colour, gentle hoppy taste and clean, refreshing finish.

66 Degrees


Sweet & floral. Hops used are Fuggles, Challenger & East Kent Goldings



FESTIVAL SPECIAL SINGLES BAR Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.



Traditional English hop varieties and crystal malt combine to create this amber coloured beer with a distinctive malty flavour and a lasting aftertaste.



Traditional English Porter. Roasted and chocolate malts give a smooth and distinctive roast malt and fruit.

Lacons Great Yarmouth, Norfolk Encore


Pale amber hue. Delicate fruit aromas, balancing dry pine and citrus with a long and dry finish.



FESTIVAL SPECIAL Light golden pale ale with citrus flavours

Legacy Noir


Black version of our popular brew with citrus aromas yet bold, blood orange and grapefruit flavours on the palate. Woodiness follows a bitter finish.

Old Nogg (in wood)


An exclusive wood aged cask of our heritage recipe, Old Nogg; warming, mild bodied old ale with a slightly nutty flavour. This ale has been aged for over 9 months for perfect rich taste.

Lancaster Lancaster, Lancashire Hay-Maker 4.2%

Pale ale, light and refreshing with a hoppy full flavoured finish and a crisp aftertaste.

Bad Boy


Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.

Scary Hairy Export


SINGLES BAR Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.

Leeds Leeds, West Yorkshire Midnight Bell


A full bodied strong mild, deep red to dark brown in colour. Malty caramel character with chocolate being present throughout.

Yorkshire Gold


Plenty of zesty citrus flavours, a wallop of hops and a long lasting bitter finish make this a refreshing beer.

Little Critters Sheffield, South Yorkshire White Wolf 5%

White Wolf is an extra pale ale, made with American whole hops.

Magic Rock Huddersfield, West Yorkshire Inhaler 4.5%

Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.

Mallinson’s Huddersfield, West Yorkshire Hallertau Blanc 4.2%

Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.

Market Harborough Brewery Market Har-

borough, Leicestershire

American Brown


Brown ale with chocolate and caramel malt flavours. Hopped with American Galena and Cascade hops.

Super Hop Mosaic


The SuperHop series takes Hoppy Pale as its base beer and then dry hops with generous amounts of differing varieties to create beers with lots of intense hop character. This brew uses Mosaic hops.

Mauldons Sudbury, Suffolk Mid Summer Gold


Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.

Blackberry Porter


Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.

Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.

Mile Tree Wisbech St. Mary, Cambs. Black IPA 7%

Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.

FESTIVAL SPECIAL SINGLES BAR As black as night. The citrus hop finish will confuse the senses but delight the palate.



Leatherbritches Smisby, Leicestershire Bounder 3.8%

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Coconut Stout


SINGLES BAR Black stout combines a dark rich maltiness with a hint of sweet coconut.

Dark Lager


The high percentage of Munich malt adds a rich, malty sweetness resulting in a lager full of character with a classic smooth finish.

Golding IPA


Classic golden English IPA, brewed with only Golding variety hops. Fruity malt flavour with a delicate hop finish.



Full bodied amber beer with a spicy hop finish. Pilsner lager malt.



Pale blonde/gold, citrus fruit hop flavours & aromas from Cascade hops.

Milton Milton, Cambs Justinian


Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.



FESTIVAL SPECIAL Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.

Moor Beer Bristol Old Freddie Walker


Moorhouse’s Burnley, Lancashire Old Boss 4.3%

A delightfully balanced premium bitter. Straw in colour with a hint of citrus and spice.


Well-balanced, full-bodied, malty beer with a long, complex finish.

Morton Collins Ryhill, West Yorkshire NEW BREWERY

Star Bitter


SINGLES BAR Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.

Stanley's Delight


A dark mild brewed with mild malt and Kentish hops, leaving a roasted aftertaste on the palate

Mutineers Revenge


A copper coloured ale with a warm roast flavour that leaves a sweetness on the palate

Nethergate Pentlow, Essex Stour Valley Gold


Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.

Newby Wyke Grantham, Lincs Sundowner 4.4%

Golden orange melon taste with citrus undertones melon aroma.

Black Squall


A traditional porter style beer with a smooth bitter aftertaste.

USS Winston Churchill


Yellow ale full of passionfruit and hops with floral fruity aroma.

Nobby’s Thrapston, Northants Midsummer Crown


Golden ale made with Hibiscus, Chamomile and Lavender flowers and hopped with Comet.

A strong ale, with a rich flavour of chocolate, honey, dark roasts and a hint of liquorice.

Pendle Witches Brew

Nelson Chatham, Kent Midshipman Dark Mild


SINGLES BAR A smooth dark stout

Plum Porter


Dark porter, with a subtle yet satisfying plummy bitterness.



Single hopped pale ale.

Nomadic Leeds, West Yorkshire NEW BREWERY



Farbauti (Far-bo-tee) is a dark but hoppy brew. Described as a "fruity porter" on several occasions.

North Riding East Ayton, North Yorkshire Ekuanot Pale Ale 4.5%

Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.

Milk Chocolate Stout


Addition of lactose mutes the bitterness of the hops and dark malts to produce a sweet stout.

Neepsend Sheffield, South Yorkshire Theia 3.8%

Northern Monk Leeds, West Yorkshire Northern Star 5.9%

Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.

Mocha Porter




Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar. Peterborough Beer Festival 2017


Oakham Peterborough Dr. Phobia


SINGLES BAR Dark chestnut beer brewed with barley, wheat and rye malts to give a complex malt flavour with robust American hops.

Green Devil IPA


Smooth and fruity starting with passionfruit, pineapple, and mango developing into lemon, limes and a citrusy bitterness.

Hanger 17


A rich malty amber beer with aromas of tangerine and tangy citrus with a hint of orange peel.



The citrus hop character of this straw-coloured brew begins on the nose and builds in intensity on the palate.

Marcus Farewell


FESTIVAL SPECIAL Beer brewed in Memory of Marcus Simms, a CAMRA Branch member of long standing.

Oldershaw Barkston, Lincs. Posh Ale


FESTIVAL SPECIAL Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.


One Mile End Tottenham, London N17 Temperance Session 3.5% Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.

Papworth Papworth, Cambs. NEW BREWERY

Crystal Ship


American Pale Ale.

Robin Goodfellow


Strong bitter.

Parish Burrough on the Hill, Leics On Ur Bike 4.3 % Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.

Baz’s Bonce Blower


A festival classic and once apon a time (pre BrewDog), one of the strongest barley wines available!

Pig & Porter Tunbridge Wells, Kent Skylarking 4% Very citrusy aroma with hop resins.

Purple Moose Porthmadog, Gwynedd Elderflower Ale 4% A refreshing pale ale brewed using Casade hops with the added indulgence of elderflower.

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Rat Huddersfield, West Yorkshire Mother Rat

Instant Calmer 5.5%

Rich Milk Stout. A blend of five malts and lactose sugar.

White Rat


Very pale hoppy ale made from Maris Otter malt. A combination of three high-alpha American hops produce an intensely aromatic and resinous finish.

Revolutions Castleford, West Yorkshire Switch 4.5%

Pale ale made with Junga, Kazbek and Hallertau hops




Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.

Roosters Knaresborough Roots, Rock, Reggae


A pineapple & grapefruit IPA.



A straw-coloured beer with a delicate, fruity aroma leading to a taste of malt and hops with a slight evidence of sweetness, followed by a fruity/bitter finish.

Salopian Hadnall, Shropshire Polygraph


Rich chocolate fudge milk stout which has proven a big hit with drinkers.

Stout with toast, liquorice, hints of dark fruit, chocolate and mocha tempered by crisp tart bitterness.

Brams Birthday Beer



Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.

Rocket King's Cliffe, Northants. Komet Bier


German Kolsch beer. German Noble hops inc Saaz for aroma pale malt and fermented cool.



SINGLES BAR Half Black Dog (stout) and half Raspberry Dog.

Vostok Stout


Seven malts. Admiral & Challenger Hops. Traditional stout.

Atlas IPA


The combination of English hops and American beer yeast has produced a beautiful golden IPA.

Rockingham Blatherwyke, Northants Big Hairy Canary 4.3% A blonde ale made with generous amounts of Amarillo and Citra hops. Citrus flavours, orange and grapefruit.

Bring me the Hops of Alfredo Garcia



A beer that speaks easy of hops and more hops, citrus, pine and grapefruit flavours descend into an untouchable finish.

Salopian/Tiny Rebel Hadnall, Shropshire/Newport, Gwent



Fruity, malty, citrus beer with a hoppy finish.

Sarah Hughes Dudley, West Midlands Dark Ruby Mild 5.8% A dark ruby strong ale..

Sentinel Sheffield, South Yorkshire NEW BREWERY



Citrus pale ale, dry-hopped with the classic American trio: Cascade, Chinook and Centennial.

Settle Settle, North Yorkshire Earl Grey


There is a lime / lemon character to this, quite sweetish and certainly a hint of tea, maybe the bergamot comes through as the lime flavour.

SINGLES BAR Hop Devil with a dash of Tequilla and plenty of Mexican limes. A bit mad.

St Austell St Austell, Cornwall Tribute

Kiwi Hop Devil

Pale brown best bitter. Dominant hop bitterness with biscuit malt, ending refreshingly bitter and dry.


FESTIVAL SPECIAL A pale golden ale made with Waimea,Waiti, and Nelson Sauvin hops. This aromatic hop foward beer provides a blend of crushed gooseberries, passionfruit, and lime.

Morello Black IPA


Cellar aged for four months . A black West-Coast style beer featuring Cascade and Waimea hops, with added genever infused black cherries. Peterborough Beer Festival 2017

Lucky Seven



SINGLES BAR Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.

Proper Job


Award winning modern IPA, packed full of citrus pineapple, grapefruit resinous flavours with a fine crisp bitter finish.



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St. Peter’s St. Peter South Elmham, Suffolk Flawless 3.9% Dark golden with a small white head. Bready malt aroma with a touch of hay. Sweet malty flavour with grass and hay.

Top Notch


Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.

Signature Leyton, London E10 Festival Season


Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the ba

St. Mary’s Sundowner


Blonde ale with zesty fruit on the nose and light caramel palate coming from Olicana, Jester and Ernest hops with pale malt and oats to give a fuller mouthfeel and an underlying tropical bamboo flavour.

Theakston Masham, North Yorkshire Grouse Beater 4.2%

A golden bitter with initial sweetness balanced with a moderate hop bitterness. Dry hopped with Fuggles and complimented by a subtle hint of moorland berry.

Siren Craft Finchampstead, Berkshire Yu Lu 3.6%

Old Peculier

Pale ale brewed with Earl Grey Tea.

Thornbridge Ashford-in-the-Water, Derbyshire Jaipur IPA 5.9%

Liquid Mistress


West coast red IPA: burnt raisins and crackers balanced by citrus.

Skinner’s Truro, Cornwall G.T.A.


A hoppy golden ale, fused with Cornish honey with a hint of ginger.

Cornish Knocker


Golden ale with fragrant apple and hop aroma. Citrus hops, malt and summer fruit flavours. Bitter finish.

Slaughterhouse Warwick, Warwickshire Saddleback 3.8%

Amber-coloured session bitter with a distinctive Challenger hop flavour.

Wild Boar


A robust dark beer produced using both dark crystal and chocolate malts


A full-bodied, dark brown, strong ale. Slightly malty but with hints of roast coffee and liquorice. Bitter chocolate finish.

A citrus dominated IPA. Starts soft and smooth yet builds to a massive hoppiness accentuated by honey. An enduring, bitter finish.



Ice Cream Porter collaboration with The Grove.

Three Blind Mice Cambs. Four Go Wild in the Fens


FESTIVAL SPECIAL A New England pale ale, packed full of oats for a soft mouth feel backed up with plenty of juicy hops and grapefruit and brewed by members of the Festival Cellar Team.

Lonely Snake Simcoe & Mosaic


Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.

Stoney Ford Ryhall, Lincolnshire Sheepmarket Supernova 3.8%

Juice Rocket

Pale summer ale. Floral, cedar, grapefruit and peach. Pale malt plus a little amber.

Chocolate aroma with vanilla and milk chocolate flavours.

All Saints Almighty Amber

SINGLES BAR Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.


Dark ale with a gentle bitterness and late hopping. A resinous, marmalade and orange aromatic and citrus bite.

Stamford Spruceter


SINGLES BAR A blonde ale, with added Sitka spruce tips, harvested by hand in Northumberland for a crisp and floral complement to the English hops and malt.

Meadows Moondance


A robust India Pale Ale in the English style with strong bitter backbone, peach and cedar aromas balanced with layers of caramel, toffee and biscuity toast. Peterborough Beer Festival 2017


Soft sweet fruity aroma with a long bitter finish.

Milk Worm Uncle Buckthorn

5.3% 6.0%

Three Brothers Stockton on Tees, County Durham ThaIPA 4.1% Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.

Three Kings North Shields, Tyne & Wear Dark Side of the Toon 4.1%

Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.

Silver Darling



Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar. 37

Timothy Taylor Keighley, West Yorkshire Boltmaker 4%

Turning Point Kirkbymoorside, North Yorkshire

Tawny bitter combining hops, fruit and nutty malt. Lingering, increasingly bitter aftertaste. Formerly, and sometimes still, sold as Best Bitter.


Knowle Spring


Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.

Tiny Rebel Newport, Gwent Cask Sour


Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.



American Pale Ale.

Titanic Stoke on Trent, Staffs. Plum Porter


A black beer with rich fruity aroma, made with Goldings hops and natural plum flavouring.

Plum Porter Grand Reserve


SINGLES BAR Stronger version of Plum Porter. Matured for 21 days.

Tollgate Calke, Derbyshire Mary Wild

3.6% 4.7%


A German classic with a Scottish twist, causing a stir amongst discerning ale enthusiasts.

The Cone


SINGLES BAR Named after the part of the hop plant used in brewing. Strong and bitter with grapefruit notes. American hops are added at four different stages in the brewing process, as well as double dry hopping.

TrĂŠs Bien Market Harborough, Leicestershire Air Mail 3.8%

Pale Ale with Fruity, Piney, Citrus flavours and aromas from a blend of US and NZ hops.



A complex, smooth pale ale with a mellow fruitfulness.

True North Sheffield, South Yorkshire Best Bitter 3.8% A malty-sweet traditional brown ale which is balanced with the spice and bitterness of Bramling Cross hops.


Turpin’s Cambridge, Cambs. Light Blue


Light session bitter brewed with Bramling Cross hops. Earthy and woody aroma with spicy, blackcurrant, loganberry and citrus flavours.

Strawberry Haze


Golden ale, fruity and citrus favours with hoppy finish and a hint of strawberries.

Twisted Westbury, Wiltshire Gaucho


A ruby bitter produced with a quadruple malt combination and seasoned with some classic English hops.

Tydd Steam Tydd St. Giles, Cambs. Barn Ale 3.9% Refreshing pale session bitter, with a zesty bitterness and a lingering citrus finish.

Golden Kiwi


Snake Eyes


FESTIVAL SPECIAL Best bitter, pale and heavily hopped with Citra giving intense bitterness and lychee/ citrus flavours.

Rich, malty, dark brown bitter.

Top Out Loanhead, Midlothian Altbier


Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.

Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.

Smooth malts and soft hops.

High Street


Black Snake


SINGLES BAR FESTIVAL SPECIAL The dark side of Snake Eyes...

Dr. Foxes Cunning Linctus


Deep gold premium bitter. Mango and lychee fruit flavour dominate, with a big fresh hop aroma.

V.I.P. Lesbury, Northumberland Village Gossip


Low ABV, hoppy blonde ale.Light in colour but strong in taste.

Village Life


The use of 50% Lager malt and 50% ale malt creates a stunningly light session ale hopped with an American flavour hop.

Vocation Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire Chop & Change 4.5% Using a simple pale malt profile, and generous additions of a single hop variety to allow the characteristics of that hop to really shine through. Always changing, always special. Peterborough Beer Festival 2017

Weird Beard London W7 Marianna Trench


A Transpacific Pale Ale with New Zealand Pacific Gem and American Citra hops that give tropical fruit nose. Mango, peach and passionfruit flavours carry into the taste and are balanced with light malt sweetness. Vegan.

The Frog is Fired


Gooseberry Pale Ale. Easy-drinking, straw coloured with slight tartness from the gooseberry, complimented with loads of Citra and Nelson Sauvin hops.

Peat Rock


SINGLES BAR Black-brown in colour with a deep smoked malt aroma, with accents of charred beef, baking cocoa, earth. Finishes with some bittersweet dark chocolate, more assertive smoked and well-roasted malts. Great depth.

Welbeck Abbey Welbeck, Nottinghamshire Loyal Duke 4% William Cavendish, ancestor of the Welbeck dynasty, was known as the Loyal Duke. Smooth and biscuity, four-grain golden ale, brewed using the very finest transcontinental hops to compliment these British malts.

Weldon Weldon, Northants. Cupola


This seasonal special is one for hop heads, a lovely blonde beer packed with finishing hops from the New World.



A dark mild with flavours of roasted malts and chocolate, coffee, nutty caramel and hints of raisinfrom an array of variously kilned barleys.

Embankment Blonde


FESTIVAL SPECIAL Sorry no tasting notes, please ask at the bar.



A classic English bitter made with a generous amount of East Kent Goldings and an array of English malts, beautifully balanced and a delight for the palate.

Blackberry Porter


SINGLES BAR FESTIVAL SPECIAL A smooth decadent dark mild infused with blackberries.

Whim Hartington, Derbyshire Arbor Light


Light-coloured bitter, sharp and clean with lots of hop character and a delicate light aroma.



Lager-style beer made with Cascade hops. Light and sharp with a strong hoppy, grapefruit-citrus flavour.

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Whitstable Whitstable, Kent Winkle Picker


A beautifully balanced Amber Best Bitter.

Wild Weather Ales Silchester, Hampshire Be Hop A Lula 4.9% Big hopped pale ale.

The Tropical


Taste of tropical fruits with low bitternes.

Woodforde's Woodbastwick, Norfolk Norfolk Nog 4.6% An aroma of rich roasted malt and hints of chocolate, treacle and liquorice define this velvety Old Ale.



Dry-hopped American-style pale ale packed with bold hop characteristics. Very pale in colour, hopped using Summit, Centennial and English Goldings.

Xtreme Ales Woodston, Peterborough Route 701 4% Golden beer with fruity tones

Milk Stout


A traditional milk stout, rich and creamy with a very smooth finish!

Yankee Pigeon


FESTIVAL SPECIAL American IPA with Centennial, Simcoe, Cascade and Mosaic hops. Strong citrus flavours with a lingering aftertaste.

Evil Pigeon


Strong light beer using Chinook, Galena and Simcoe hops giving a citrus flavour and dry finish.

Cherry Chocolate Stout


SINGLES BAR FESTIVAL SPECIAL A stout with chocolate flavours and an aftertaste of bitter cherry.

Smoked Porter


SINGLES BAR FESTIVAL SPECIAL Strong Porter using German smoked malt and Tettnang hops to give a dark beer with coffee and chocolate subtle flavours.

Yeovil Yeovil, Somerset HOP 145


Brewed with one of Charles Faram’s selected British experimental varieties, this is a golden ale with a blackcurrant aroma. 39


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All about


Peterborough Beer Festival will again feature a Keycask Bar located in the centre of the North Tent between Bars 3 and 4. Keycask is now being featured at CAMRA festivals because there is now an official acceptance that the product within a keycask can in fact be REAL. Keycask are nothing like the old traditional casks of yesteryear. Instead, like many other modern innovations, technology has been used to make it better! As we all know, traditional kegs use CO2 injected into a container that holds the beer and increases the pressure within the container causing the beer to flow out of the tap when it is open. While the tap is closed, the CO2 is still being forced into the beer causing it to carbonate. Keycasks however, don’t even need CO2 for the beer to be served. Often times, such as at this festival, a simple air compressor is used to squeeze a bladder within the Keycask to force the beer out to the tap. The air never comes into contact with the product therefore that product is never altered (in other words, the beer is only as carbonated as the brewery wants it to be...keycask beer isn’t always fizzy!). The easiest way to explain the technology is to refer you to the illustration opposite. The keycask selection for this beer festival features some of the most sought after and game changing brewers. Some of the brewers have only been brewing for a short time, while others have been around for quite a while; however, what they all have in Peterborough Beer Festival 2017

common is the desire to make incredible beer and to get it out to the public in the best condition possible. The format for this bar is a little different than the rest of the bars at the festival. There will be only 13 beers available at any given time and around 40 different beers in total throughout the festival. Although we know what beers we have, we won’t know what is going on when; therefore we can’t guarantee that you will be able to have the beers you are looking for when you want them. In order to avoid disappointment, check back often as these casks could come and go very quickly. We will not be holding back any stock so get them while you can. We will also only be providing these beers with a maximum of ½ pint measures so that we can enable as many people as possible the opportunity to try something from this bar (feel free to come back for a second ½ pint of something if you really enjoyed it). If you are interested in finding out more about the keycask technology, feel free to ask any of the CAMRA Staff team behind the Keycask Bar. These keycask beers have only increased the number of beers at the festival and have not decreased our selection of traditional cask ales.

Keg starts out with internal bag full of beer - beer has conditioned inside the keg just like a big bottle.

Pressure inside keg “squeezes” beer out of the internal bag. Clear beer is served from the top - whilst sediment settles to the bottom.

When the bag is empty the beer will stop flowing. All that is left is the sediment.



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Keycask continued Anspach and Hobday Bermondsey American Pale Ale 4.8% Pale Ale 100% Chinook APA.

German Cream Ale


Cream Ale Brewed with German Ale Yeast, adding some fruit and spice to the Sorachi character.

Bexar County Peterborough Young and Unafraid 5.0% Pale Ale Kombucha, elderflower, black lime and yuzu pale.



Pale Ale Pomegranate, molasses, grapefruit and ginger pale ale.

Boundary Belfast Pink Sunglasses


Pilsner A Kellerpils collaboration with Outland, Kinnegar and White Hag



Pale Ale Extra pale malt with Mosaic & Azacca.

D'etre Lycheeish


Lychee Saison A Saison with lychee.

Elusive Finchampstead Kangaroo 4.7%

Aussie Hop Pale Ale Hopped with Topaz and dry-hopped with Vic Secret

Summer Zestquinox


Lime Zest Pale A tart pale ale with lime zest and lime juice.

Level Up Level 7


Mosaic/Simcoe Red A red ale hopped with Mosaic and dryhopped with Simcoe.

Gyle 59 Dorset Pale and Bitter


Pale Ale A pale ale with a dry bitter finish. Pacific Gem and Centennial hops give a lemon citrus flavour.

Lines Brew Co Caerphilly Double IPA Blend 8.1%

Acid Oat on Citra


Session IPA Blended oaty Session IPA, dry hopped with Citra.

Mad Hatter Liverpool Tzatziki Sour 4.2%

Four Go Wild in the Fens


Pale Ale A New England pale ale, packed full of oats with plenty of juicy hops and grapefruit.

Sour It really does taste like tzatziki. Cucumbers, yoghurt, mint, ouzo. Delicious and strange.

Three Hills Brewing Northants THAI PA

Say Hello Wave Goodbye

IPA Light Pale Ale session ale, aromatic refreshing with lemongrass, ginger and kaffir lime.


Coffee Pale Ale A light and zingy coffee pale with Ethiopean Yirgacheffe beans.

Farmhouse Saison


Saison A classic saison.

Moor Beer Bristol Old Freddie Walker


Old Ale CAMRA Winter Ales Fest Champ Beer of Britain. A strong ale, with a rich flavour perfectly balanced between chocolate, honey, dark roasts and a hint of liquorice.

Nene Valley Brewery Oundle Hop Stash Citra



Pale Wheat Beer GLUTEN FREE Gin and tonic wheat beer. Lovely light and refreshing.

Pig and Porter Tunbridge Wells Honey Hill Wit 5.0% Honey Witbier Witbier made with Kentish honey.

Love Medicine


Chinook Porter Smooth roasted coffee notes combined with the piny resinousness of Chinook.

Red Spider Rye


Red Ale Made with rye malt and Centennial and Columbus hops.


Saison Belgian farmhouse ale infused with Hibiscus. Bright pink.

Tickety Brew Stalybridge Pale Ale 5.3% IPA Refreshing Pale Ale a little darker than most with Cara and Munich malt and USA hops

Summer IPA


IPA Full of tropical USA hops, with real pineapple and mango.

Rose Wheat

IPA GLUTEN FREE. Packed full of Citra hops.


Hibiscus Saison



Wit Beer If you like Turkish Delight, then this is for you.

Track Brewing Manchester Ekuanot IPA 6.5%

IPA Single Hopped extensively with Ekuanot. Expect big citrus and stone fruit flavour.



Pale Ale A juicy, bright, dry pale. Hopped extensively with Centennial, Citra and Mosaic hops.

Wild Weather Reading Be Hop a Lula 4.9% IPA Hopped up IPA.



Mosaic APA Packed with Mosaic on a super light malt base for massive mango and grapefruit flavours and an intense citrus nose.

DIPA Oats, acidified malt and German pils malt with the hops Nelson, Citra, Chinook, Amarillo.

Three Blind Mice Ely Upside Down IPA 7.4%

Blood of Angry Men

Citrus Grisette

Black IPA Citra, Mosaic, Summit & Nelson Sauvin add a fruity hop twang to this dark beer.

Sour Very popular blueberry fruit.


Saison A fruit grisette, lemon zest and grapefruit.


Sour Raspberry fruit beer.

Dark of Ages Past

KEYCASK BEER is only available in a maximum of half pint measures


Design our logo for 2018 and win £200! Thank you to all who sent in designs for the logo in 2017. Now it’s time to try again. We will need a logo for the 41st Peterborough Beer Festival. If you have an artistic bent – or even if you haven’t – hunt out those old pencils and have a go. We are offering £200 for the design or idea that we use. The final design will need the words, “Peterborough Beer Festival” and “41st” and will need to include the CAMRA logo.

However, if you don’t think that you can do all that then don’t worry. It is the idea that is important. We can always get an artist to create a design using your idea. Closing date for entries is February 20th 2018. Send your designs with your name and address to Logo Competition, 205 High Street, Old Fletton, Peterborough, PE2 8DY or to

Escape Bar 2017 If you are driving, have kiddies that need refreshing, or just want a change from alcohol, then head for the Escape Bar – a dedicated soft drinks bar were you will find a range of soft drinks to suit both adult and children’s tastes.

Soft drinks include lemonade, Coke, orange juice, Britvic 55, Pepsi, Fanta, Tango, Sprite, J2O, 7UP, Ribena, Appletise, Lucozade, ginger beer, Victorian lemonade and many others.

Fruit drinks for the children will be priced at just 50 pence each, as will bottles of still and sparkling water. (Remember you will pay up to £2 a bottle for water at many non-CAMRA festivals).

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Also on sale will be Pipers Crisps, Cadbury’s Dairy Milk, Kit Kat, Twirl, Mars Bars, Mini Cheddars, Dry Roasted Peanuts, Pork Scratchings, Quavers, Hula Hoops, Bacon Fries, Scampi Fries and Cheesy Wotsits. We are having a small range of ice creams again, including Mini Milk, Fredo, Cornetto, Magnum, and Beachdean Ice cream cups.

We will have a small selection of cigarettes, cigars and lighters.

If you fancy a glass of alcohol-free apple juice then you will find a selection on the Cider & Perry Bar and alcohol-free beer can be found on the Bottled Beer Bar.


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Cooper We are fortunate once again to have a visit from T & R Theakston’s master cooper, Jonathan Manby, on Tuesday. This year, Jonathan will be accompanied by his apprentice, Euan Findlay. T & R Theakston are one of the few British brewers who still employ a full-time cooper. Although their beers are no longer delivered in oak casks some of their beers are matured in the wood. Jonathan was trained by master brewer and cooper, Clive Hollis, and is one of the few remaining brewery coopers in the country. Peterborough Beer Festival 2017

Everyone who has watched Jonathan’s demonstration of his craft has enjoyed watching him create casks with tools that haven’t changed in centuries. If you didn’t catch it last year, then make sure that you do not miss the chance to observe and marvel at his skill in the north tent. 47

Well here we are, another New Year and with it a New Title we are now officially called The World Beer Bar. To reflect this change we have beers from 40 countries around the world, which incidentally is the same as the amount of years Peterborough Beer Festival has been going.

Argentina Cerveceria Malteria Quilmes SAICAY Quilmes 4.9% 33cl Pale Lager Pale, straw gold colour. Small white head. Slight yeasty malt aroma. Sweet grainy malt flavour. Slightly herbaceous.

Australia Cooper

That all adds up to some 160 different beers, many old favourites, but also introducing many new beers fitting in with the trend for more gold colour beers rather than just the dark beers traditionally sold at festivals. Some of these have some strange and exotic names such as, Unarmed and Dangerous, Elvis Juice, Death Rides a Pale Horse, Mammas Little Yellow Pills and many more. There is also a range of the ever popular Fruit Beers as well as Framboise (Raspberry) & Strawberry on draught.

Coopers Pale Ale 4.5% 37.5cl Blond Ale Pale body with a white head. Aroma is light. Malts and subtle hops. Taste is slightly bitter. Sweet aftertaste and malty undertones.

Cooper Coopers Sparkling Ale 5.8% 37.5cl Blond Ale Hazy golden with a small head. Malty aroma with fruity notes. Taste has some dryish grapefruit flavour and a hint of alcohol.

Little Creatures Little Creatures Pale Ale 5.2% 33cl American Pale Ale Hazy orange colour body, thin white head. Aroma is orange, piney, hops, herbs. Taste is light sweet, medium bitter.

Austria One to look out for this year is a new Trappist brewery, beer brewed by monks, Spencers from the USA. All the staff at the bar look forward to seeing you at the Festival and will be happy to answer any questions you might have to find the beer style you are looking for. So see you there. Cheers! Peter Josling Foreign Beer Bar Organiser

Brauerei Schrems Schremser Doppelmalz 4.6% 50cl Dunkle Pours brown with a short-lived beige head. Caramel aromas, light herbal note maybe. Taste is sweet, toffee. Schremser Roggen Bio Bier 5.2% 33cl Specialist Grain Hazy amber minimal head. Spicy, bready aroma. Some banana and clove on the palate, some sweetness, a little earthiness.

Eggenberger Hopfenkonig 5.1% 33cl Pilsner Hoppy smooth Austrian Pilsner made to the German purity law.

Stieglbrauerei zu Salzburg Stiegl Bier 4.9% 33cl Pilsner Mildly hopped with a typical refreshing beer bouquet, golden colour, a magnificent fine head and pleasant aftertaste.


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Hepworth & Co Brewers Ltd

Oude Geuze 6.5% 37.5cl Lambic-Gueuze Hazy amber. White head with great retention and little lacing. Acidic, fruity, bone dry.

Bangla 5.0% 33cl Pale Ale Pours a clear light amber colour with a fizzy white head. Aroma of rice, some grain, a little banana and slight herbal hops. Taste of soft bready malt, grain.

Barbados Banks (Barbados) Breweries Ltd Banks Caribbean Lager 4.7% 33cl Pale Lager Bright medium gold colour. Frothy white head dissipates quickly. Faint grainy, metallic nose. Light sweet grainy malt flavour.

Belgium Bosteels Pauwel Kwak 8.4% 33cl Belgian Strong Ale Strong, smooth, sweet Belgian ale that's as drinkable as Duvel, but with a bit more sweetness and complexity.

De Halve Maan Brugse z’ot 6.0% 33cl Belgian Ale Golden beer with a thin white head. The aroma is sweet malty with light spicy notes. The flavour is sweet malty with stronger notes of spices.

De Kazematten Wipers Times 14 6.2% 33cl Belgian Ale A blond speciality ale using four different grains.

De Ranke Saison de Dottignies 5.5% 33cl Saison Aroma is medium strong and citrus, pineapple, bit spices, spruce, caramel. Hazy orange. Taste is citrus tart and sour, perky. Fresh and light.

Dubuisson Bush Ambree (Scaldis) 12.0% 33cl Belgian Strong Ale Its amber colour is due to the use of caramel malt in the production process. Its bitter sweet taste provides it with firmness and personality.

Dupont Biolegere 3.5% 25cl Saison Bubbly light gold with a small white head. Grain, light yeast, lemon aroma. Taste is lightly bitter lemon-peel, yeast, grass/straw.

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Mariage Parfait Geuze 8.0% 37.5cl Lambic-Gueuze Light amber, with a white head. Smells a bit sour, like you would expect. Tastes a bit sour, with some citrus and oak accents. Kriek 4.0% 37.5cl Lambic-Fruit Nose is cherry. Body is opalescent fizzy ruby, head is medium, pink, sparkling. Aroma is cherry. Medium sweet, light fruity sour. Finish is short lasting cherry medium sweet sour. Framboise 5.0% 37.5cl Lambic-Fruit Aroma is strong raspberry. Body is medium, strongly fruity, quite sweet, lightly sour and tart. Raspberry, red berries.

Het Anker Gouden Carolus Classic 8.5% 33cl Belgian Strong Ale Dark brown ale with dark amber highlights. A deep, creamy cappuccino head. Molasses, raisins and figs.

Hoegaarden Forbidden Fruit 8.0% 33cl Belgian Strong Ale Good-looking hazy golden blond brewed using three different yeasts, coriander and orange.

Huyghe Delirium Tremens 8.5% 33cl Belgian Strong Ale Light golden colour, transparent. Mild bitterness, some fruity notes. Very balanced and refreshing. Floris Apple 3.5% 33cl Fruit Beer Clear pale yellow with an almost artifcial green glow. Aroma is dominated by apples. Taste is apple cider tartness and malty sweetness. Floris Chocolat 4.2% 33cl Belgian Dark Ale Made with Belgian chocolate. It has a real chocolatey aroma. Very light and fun to drink. Floris Honey 4.5% 33cl Belgian Witbier Wheat beer brewed with real honey. It's light, sweet and distinctively honey. Floris Mango 3.6% 33cl Fruit Beer Reddish orange colour with a medium sized white head; aroma is mango, some tropical fruit; flavour is fruity. 49



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WORLD BEERS Floris Ninkeberry (Mixed Fruits) 3.6% 33cl Fruit Beer Very light refreshing tropical fruitiness. A very unusual blend of a white beer with three tropical fruits. Floris Passion Fruit 3.6% 33cl Fruit Beer Medium yellow colour, bouquet is heavy on the fruit and the taste is big on the sweet fruit. Mongozo Coconut 3.6% 33cl Fruit Beer This beer thinks it’s a Pina Colada. Aroma is strongly of coconut, but without being artificial.

Lefebvre Barbãr 8.0% 33cl Belgian Strong Ale Yellow coloured beer with big white head. Aroma of malts and honey, sweet smell. Taste is malty, light hoppy and honey.

Lindemans Cassis 3.5% 25cl Sour Red/Brown Sweet cough lolly like sweetness. Obvious cassis characters.

Canada Moosehead Breweries Moosehead Lager 5.0% 35.5cl Pale Lager Medium yellow gold colour. Small white head. Fresh sweet malt aroma. Tangy sweet malt flavour. Light hops in finish. Moosehead Pale Ale 5.0% 35.5cl Blond Ale Clear golden with a white head. Grainy, malty and light citrus aroma. Taste is watery sweet with some bitterness.

Chile Handwerk Brewers Chile S.A. Rothhammer Brutal Hop IPA 7.2% 35cl Indian Pale Ale Hazy amber with an off-white head. Aroma is sweet, malty, caramel and light hoppy. Flavour is quite sweet and rather bitter. Rothhammer Nazca IPA 4.7% 35cl Indian Pale Ale Light golden colour, thin white foam. Gentle malt, slightly bready, light fruity hop, citrus, hint of berry. Gentle bitterness.

Pêcheresse 2.5% 25cl Lambic-Fruit Peaches, hint of lambic aroma, sweet drink, loose white head, very quaffable.

Rothhammer Rebel Imperial Pilsner 9.0% 35cl Imperial Pilsner Pours hazy gold with a mediumsized yellowy head. Aroma is hops, pineapple and malt. Taste is fruity, strong bitterness, malt.



Orval 6.2% 33cl Trappist Dubbel Orangey amber coloured beer, triple fermented and dry hopped. Twice winner of Best Bottled Beer at Peterborough.

Rochefort Rochefort 6 7.5% 33cl Trappist Tripel Full bodied with that Belgian yeast aroma. Heavy malt flavours, almost of candy sugar and honey Rochefort 8 9.2% 33cl Trappist Sour Red/Brown Chestnut with a purple/red hue. Nose has stewed apple, vanilla and just a hint of dark chocolate. Taste stewed apple, cinnamon, liquorice and coffee. Rochefort 10 11.3% 33cl Trappist Quadrupel Deep dark reddish brown, potent. Complex fruit flavours & a hint of dark chocolate. Arguably the finest Trappist beer.

Brazil Amazon Beer Forest Fruit Bacuri 4.1% 33cl Fruit Beer Clear yellow with a big white head. Aroma is lime, lemonade and flowers. Taste is citrus, lime and fruit. Peterborough Beer Festival 2017

Hangzhou Qiandaohu Beer Co Lucky Beer 4.8% 33cl Pale Lager Pale, hazy, frothy, white foam, Taste: lightly bitter, light sweetness, wheat. Palate: light body, creamy, lively carbonation.

Corsica Brasserie Pietra Pietra 6.0% 33cl Vienna Lager Pale copper colour, with a very small white head. Aroma of caramel malts, some nutty aroma. Taste is caramel malts with grassy notes.

Cyprus Keo Keo 4.5% 33cl Pale Lager Straw coloured with medium body and carbonation. Taste is all grassy corn, with mild malty finish.

Photos Photiades Breweries Leon 4.5% 33cl Pale Lager Pours clear golden with a small white head. Aroma: malt, grainy. Taste: lightly sweet grainy malts.





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Brasserie Gayant

Gypsy Inc Gyp Wit 4.7% 33cl Witbier Pours yellow with a small head. Aroma of fruits, mango. Flavour of mango, fruits, spicy.

La Goudale Biere Blonde 7.2% 33cl Bière de Garde Golden colour, clear, rocky head with poor lacing. Aroma is malt, wheat, grassy hops. Light bitterness, not sweet. Medium body, lively carbonation

Gypsy Inc Hidden Gem 6.2% 33cl Indian Pale Ale Pours dark orange colour with a fluffy white head. Aroma is fresh and all hops. Taste is medium bitterness with some fruit.

Fiji Paradise Beverages (CUB) Fiji Gold 4.6% 35.5cl Pale Lager Golden and clear with a small head. Slightly bitter. Taste corn, honey, sugary.

Island Brewing Company Vonu Pure Lager 4.6% 33cl Premium Lager Slight hazy deep golden colour, small white head. Sweet, berries, sugary scent. Sugary, sweet, berries taste. Low bitterness.

Finland Hartwell Lapin Kulta 4.5% 33cl Premium Lager Clear golden beer with minimal white head. Aroma is malty and grains. Taste is light malty. Light body


Brasserie Des Sources Bellerose Biere Blonde 6.5% 33cl Belgian Ale Lovely golden colour, thin head. Rose and lychee aromas with nice level of bitterness. Light finish, not too bitter, with a flush of peach rose to cover the high alcohol.

Castelain Ch'ti Blonde 6.4% 33cl Bière de Garde Golden colour with a two finger wide white frothy head. Aroma of malt with grassy and floral notes. Some fruit as well. Taste a mix between sweet and bitter.

La Choulette Abbaye de Vaucelles Blonde 7.5% 33cl Bière de Garde Colour is clear orange with very small white head. Aromas and flavours: Fruits, spices, ginger and biscuits, sweetness and malts.

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Ambree d'Esquelbecq 5.8% 33cl Bière de Garde Hazy amber with off white head. Aroma of caramel, brown sugar and yeast. Taste is sweet; caramel, sugar with some hop notes.

Berliner Kindl Weisse 3.0% 33cl Berliner Weisse Clear pale gold with a rich white head. Tart acidic tang with grainy wheat notes.

Blonde d'Esquelbecq 6.5% 33cl Saison Deep amber with white head. Aroma is fruity with peach, pear and apricot, malt and yeast. Taste is fairly sweet with caramel and fruits.

Alkoholfrei 0.0% 50cl Weizen Bock Light straw colour; Light body; Aroma and flavour of malt, yeast, light hops, some citrus, and grain.

Quebecoises 5.5% 33cl Wheat Ale Orange with hardly any head. Fruity with a trace of bitterness that lingered for some time.


Germany Aecht Schlenkerla Rauchbier Märzen 5.8% 50cl Smoked Bamberg’s speciality, a dark, bottom fermented smokebeer, brewed with Original Schlenkerla Smokemalt.

Aecht Schlenkerla Rauchbier Weisse 5.8% 50cl Smoked A smoked Weisse beer. Very unusual. Smoked sausages and bacon.

Andechs Andechs Doppelbock Dunkel 7.1% 50cl Dopplebock Dark mahogany/ruby/copper with an impressive head. Taste is malts, dark fruits, a hint of chocolate, caramel, cherries, nuts and finishing off with a subtle hoppy bitterness. Andechs Weissbier 5.5% 50cl German Hefeweizen Hazy yellow colour, white foam. Malty, nose of banana and citrus, wheat. Light sweet, tart wheat notes, some spices.

Ayinger Ayinger Celebrator 6.7% 50cl Dopplebock Mahogany colour, beige head. Malty nose, fruity yeast, burnt sugar, hint of liquorice. Sweet malty taste, brown sugar, bread, coffee, hint of liquorice.


Faust Hefe Hell 4.9% 50cl Hefeweizen Opaque golden yellow, white lasting, lacing foam head. Weak aroma, some wheat, some light citrus tone. Faust Krausen Naturtrub 5.9% 50cl Zwickel/Keller Clear pale yellow colour. Fresh malty aroma with a touch of Noble hops. Clean malty with a small acidity and mild bitterness.

Flensburger Pilsener 4.8% 33cl German Pilsner Clear yellow body and a nice creamy white lasting head, malt and grass. Bitter finish, light sweetness and medium bitterness.

Maisel’s Weiss 5.8% 50cl German Hefeweizen Cloudy orange body, big white head. Malty nose with nuts, whole wheat bread, red fruit and light cheese. Nice spicy taste.

P J Fruh Kölsch 5.8% 50cl Kölsch Kölsch is an appellation given to top fermented beers brewed only in Cologne and this is one of the best.

Schlosser Schlosser Alt 5.8% 50cl Altbier Köln has Kölsch, Düsseldorf has Alt. A dark amber beer with a medium white head, malty with fruity tones.


Ayinger Jahrhunder Bier 5.5% 50cl Dortmund/Helles Pours clear light yellow with a large white head. Aroma is pale malt, bread, grass. Taste is slightly sweet, malt, dough.

Aventinus 5.8% 50cl Weizen Bock Golden colour with a slightly hazy appearance and a fine head. Fruity notes of muscat and raisins in the taste.


Aventinus Weizen-Eisbock 12.0% 33cl Eisbock This Wheat Doppelbock of Bavaria, has always been known to be the most intense and complex wheat beer in the world.

Edelstoff 5.6% 50cl Helles Aroma is citrus, hay, herbs. Pale golden with a light white head. Taste is light bitter, light sour. Has a malty mouthfeel , a medium long, light bitter finish.

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Birra Peroni Industriale

Weisse Grunes 5.8% 50cl German Hefeweizen Golden colour with a large off-white head. Citric aroma of wheat, caramel, yeast. Flavour is wheat, yeast, some fruit, citrus.

Peroni Gran Riserva 6.6% 33cl Premium Lager Pale gold with a white head. Aroma is caramel malt and honey. Taste is malty sweetness up front with a mild dry malty finish.

Greece Olympic Brewery Fix Hellas 5.0% 33cl Pale Lager Light straw with a large foamy off-white head, good retention. Aroma of sweet cereal grains. Taste matches, with some raisin.

Iceland Einstock Brewing Company Einstock Pale Ale 5.6% 33cl Premium Bitter Pours bright copper with light beige head and lacing. Understated aroma of grapefruit with some pine and perfume notes. Toasted malt with grapefruit-citrus. Einstock White Ale 5.2% 33cl Witbier Hazy pale yellow, good head. Yeasty grain aroma. Sour lemon yeast flavour. Sharp with bitter aftertaste.

Ireland St. James’s Gate Guinness West Indies Porter 6.0% 50cl Porter Pitch black beer with a tan coloured head. Aroma: roasted malts, sweet, some mocha. Taste: roasted malts, some fruitiness, coffee and some caramel.

Tarricone Morena Puro Malto 5.2% 33cl Premium Lager Pale golden with a thin white head. It has a sweet lemon, grassy and toffee flavour with a slight bitter finish.

Japan Kyodo Shoji Koedo Brewery Coedo Ruri 7.5% 33cl Pilsner Hazy yellow with a white head. Aroma is sweet, malty and light hoppy - grass and spicy. Flavour is medium sweet and moderate bitter

Kiuchi Brewery Hitachino Nest Classic 7.5% 33cl Indian Pale Ale Hazy amber with little head. Caramel malt and wood on the nose. Flavours bring caramel malts, alcohol, bitterness, wood, and herbal hops. Hitachino Nest Red Rice Ale 7.0% 33cl Specialty Grain Hazy amber colour with a fluffy white head, that keeps a nice lacing. Aromas of bubblegum, pine, strawberry and caramel. Flavour is like strawberry gum. Hitachino Nest White Ale 5.5% 33cl Witbier Straw colour with thin white head. Noble hop aromas, nutmeg and orange taste.



Smithwicks Blonde Ale 4.1% 50cl Blond Ale Clear golden colour, medium sized creamy long lasting white head that leaves good lacing. Not a lot of aroma, flavour is malty, lightly bitter, a bit grainy.

Aldaris Aldaris Zelta 5.2% 50cl Pale Lager Clear golden beer with small vanishing head. Aroma is grain, hay and some citrus. Taste is light sweet malty, little hop bitterness.



Menabrea (Forst) Menabrea 4.8% 33cl Pale Lager Pale golden colour, low white head. Malty taste with grassy notes. Light body, oily texture, lively carbonation and light bitter finish.

Birradamare Birradamare 'na Biretta Chiara 4.9% 33cl Pilsner Hazy golden with a lot of head. Aroma floral corn, and grain. Dry bitterness to light sweet taste.


Svyturys Svyturys Ekstra Draught 5.2% 50cl Dortmund/Helles Clear golden to orange. Mild aroma of malt and corn. Flavour the same with some sweetness and light to moderate bitterness in the end.

Utenos Utenos 5.0% 50cl Premium Lager Clear golden straw colour with a huge white head. Average carbonation. Aroma: malts, metallic, cornflakes. Taste: malt & grain, hop bitterness. Peterborough Beer Festival 2015


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Phoenix Beverages Group

Dia de Los Muertos Death Rides a Pale Horse 5.6% 33cl Blond Ale Golden colour beer of excellent balance. It has a medium body, mild caramel sweetness and a soft pleasant bitterness.

Blue Marlin 6.0% 33cl Imperial Pilsner Pale clear golden pour, tiny white head. Nose and taste are both mainly malty. Light body, average carbonation. Phoenix Beer 5.0% 33cl Pale Lager Golden colour with white head. Aroma is mainly corny, acid, grain. Taste is mainly grainy with bitter hops.

Dia de Los Muertos Pay the Ferryman 5.0% 33cl Porter Rich roasted malt and chocolate notes. Finishes with hop, creamy toffee and caramel followed by coffee notes and chocolate aftertaste.


Dia de Los Muertos One-Two Knockout Punch 6.8% 33cl Indian Pale Ale Super sweet malty aroma. Orange, brief head. Fizzy palate, watery but sugary. Very caramelly taste, some bitter hop resins.

Cerveceria Manos de Calaca Manos de Calaca Cabezon 5.1% 33cl Pilsner Pours clear pale golden with a thick white head. Aromas are strangely toffee-ish for this style, fudge. Taste is sweet, more fudge.

Cerveceria Mexicana Chili Beer 4.2% 33cl Spice/Herb Pours golden yellow. Aroma of chilli peppers. Flavour was hot chilli peppers, pale malts, green vegetables and had a nice satisfying burn.

Dia de Los Muertos Queen of the Night 4.8% 33cl American Pale Ale Amber colour with medium body, pleasant floral aroma with a distinctive bitterness and great character.


Peterborough’s Oldest Members Club Just a short walk from Bus and Railway Stations and Queensgate

4 Local Real Ales only £2.50 a pint! Local Ciders

Guinness £3 per pint

Happy Hour Monday - Thursday 4 to 6pm Sunday Carvery

Food served Wednesday to Sunday Free entry to CAMRA members

Find us at: 7 Burghley Rd, Peterborough PE1 2QA Tel 01733 896989 theburghleyclub Website:

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Cuauhtemoc-Moctezuma Dos Equis Lager Especial 4.5% 35.5cl Pale Lager Pale golden with a white head. Aroma of pale malts, grain, adjuncts and slight hops. Taste is malty, crisp with some grassy hops in the end.

Namibia Namibia Breweries Windhoek 4.0% 33cl Pale Lager Clear light golden with small white head. Grassy and bean herbs.

Netherlands De Koningshoeven La Trappe Blond 6.5% 33cl Trappist Ale A bright golden blond ale with a sparkling, fresh fruity taste with a delicate bitter aftertaste. La Trappe Quadruple 10.0% 33cl Trappist Quadruple Taste is of breads, light caramel, sweet figs, nutmeg, spices, lots of yeast esters and some alcohol. Lingering vanilla sweetness.

La Trappe Tripel 8.0% 33cl Trappist Triple The use of coriander gives it a spicy character. Golden in colour with a fruity, bittersweet taste. La Trappe Witte 5.5% 33cl Trappist Witbier Only Trappist white beer in the world. A fresh thirst quencher with a refined character. Brewed with wheat malt and aromatic varieties of hops.

De Molen Not for Sale Ale 4.7% 33cl Zwickel/Keller Clear golden, rocky cream head fresh hops, citrus, spice herbs, light bitter, refreshing, cereal notes. Unarmed & Dangerous 10.1% 33cl Barley Wine Clear brown with beige head. Rye, quite sugary, lots of spicy grains, bitter herbs, light roasted malts, alcohol, marzipan. Quite sweet but also lots of spicy bitterness. Vuur & Vlam 6.2% 33cl Indian Pale Ale Pours clear amber, big yellowishwhite head. Aroma is hoppy, grapefruity, melony, resinous, sweet. Taste is caramelly, bitter, hoppy, grapefruity, piney.

Kees Pale Ale Citra 4.6% 33cl American Pale Ale Floral hoppy aroma with lime and grapefruit notes. Pale malty. The flavour is fruity and floral with some tropical hoppy notes. Creamy malty notes. Pink Grapefruit 5.5% 33cl Indian Pale Ale Hazy orange coloured with an off white head. Nose is malty, grapefruits, bit of citrus. Flavour is malty, citrus, grapefruits, some hop bitterness. Medium carbonation. Raspberry Cream Ale 6.5% 33cl Cream Ale Pours a cloudy amber with full head. Aromas of fresh raspberries, grapes, and wheaty malts. Flavours of raspberry. West Coast IPA 7.2% 33cl Indian Pale Ale Clear golden with small offwhite head. Aroma is malt, caramel, hop, little toasted and a little peach. Flavour is malt, caramel, hop, little toasted, medium sweet.

New Zealand Lion Breweries Lion Red 4.0% 33cl Vienna Lager Pours a lighter amber with a small head. Aroma of malt and sweetness. Taste of the same with some bitterness. 56

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WORLD BEERS Monteiths Brewing Company


Monteiths Golden Lager 5.0% 33cl Pale Lager Golden colour, small white head. Aroma is grass, herbs, some wooden notes and some herbs to it. Flavour is grassy herbal, earthy.

Browar Bojanowo


Browar Lwówek 1209

Speight’s 4.0% 33cl Pilsner A golden beer with a thin white head. The aroma has notes of malt as well as lighter notes of grain and hay. The flavour is sweet with notes of malt and straw.

Lwowek Malinowe 4.0% 50cl Fruit Beer Clear red-pink color. Small size, beige head, stays. Strawberries, sweet, syrup in aroma. Sourish, strawberries, syrup in taste.

Yeastie Boys

Lech Premium 5.2% 50cl Premium Lager Clear pale golden with a fluffy whitish head. Lacing is relatively heavy. Aroma of pale malt, some grass, and breakfast cereal. Taste has a very mild bitterness.

Yeastie Boys Gunnamatta 6.5% 33cl Spice Herb A New World India Pale Ale with subtle grapefruit and lemon hop flavours intermingling with bergamot orange and leafy aromatics of the ‘Earl Grey Blue Flower’ English tea.

Nigeria Nigerian Breweries Gulder Lager 5.2% 60cl Pale Lager Golden colour with quickly disappearing white head. Aroma is grainy and malty with light grassy and herbal notes. Taste is malty with light bitterness.

Nigerian Breweries Star Lager 5.1% 60cl Pale Lager Golden pour. Aroma is bleachy grain. Flavour is sweet and grainy. Golden raisin

Norway Aegir Bryggeri Aegir Littlebro 4.7% 33cl Indian Pale Ale Hazy pale golden coloured with a thick white head. It has sweet orange and tropical fruit flavours followed by pine and grapefruit on the finish. Aegir Dag Sitrus Pale Ale 4.0% 33cl Indian Pale Ale Attractive bronze coloured, orange flavour pale ale. Creamy head that lingers, hoppy and orange marmalade flavour.

Nøgne ø

Bojan Szwejk 4.7% 50cl Pilsner Gold colour, small head. Hoppy flavour with a hint of corn normal crisp pils finish.

Kompania Piwowarska

Portugal Unicer Bebidas Superbock 5.2% 33cl Pale Lager Pours clear light golden with a small white head, light lacing. Aroma of straw, grains and honey. Taste is grainy, bready, citrus and zesty. Superbock Abadia Classic 6.4% 33cl Heller Bock Copper colour with thin head. Aroma and flavour are certainly sweet but when this one is ice cold the sweetness is bearable.

Russia Baltika Brewery Baltika No5 Premium Golden Lager 5.3% 50cl Pale Lager Pale bright golden body with a big frothy white head. Aroma of light pilsner malts and grain. Taste is light and crisp. Grain and malts with slight bitterness. Baltika No6 Porter Premium 7.0% 50cl Baltic Porter The appearance is a dark black colour with a medium sized tan head. The aroma is black liquorice and malt. The taste is malt and black liquorice.


Pale Ale 6.0% 33cl American Pale Ale Hazy golden colour. White head with lacing. Aroma of grape with some yeast. Bitter taste of hops, grape with notes of vanilla.


Saison 6.5% 33cl Saison Hazy light gold colour with bright white head. Aroma is citrus, orange peel. Taste is sharply sweet.

Elvis Juice 6.5% 33cl Indian Pale Ale Clear orange with a frothy offwhite head. Flavours are biscuity cereals, grapefruit zest, resinous hops and pine with grassy notes. Medium body, moderate carbonation.

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Arcade Nation 5.2% 33cl Black IPA Almost black with ruby highlights. Beige head. Balanced better. Grapefruit and piney hops and roasted malts, light chocolate and ashes.



Jackhammer 7.4% 33cl Indian Pale Ale Hazy amber with small white head. Strong bitter hops aroma. Very bitter, hoppy, citrus taste with an emphasis on lemon notes. Jet Black Heart 4.7% 33cl Sweet Stout This sable stout is black as pitch and smooth as hell. Jet Black Heart is a milk stout; roasty malt flavours of coffee and chocolate, bound to a decadent full-bodied richness.

Spain Damm Damm Lemon 3.2% 33cl Radler Decent radler with light lemon sourness. Notes of malt are also there. Easy drinkable and refreshing. Estrella Damm Daura Marzen 7.2% 33cl Pale Lager Bread, hay, grass, leaves, cooked vegetables, golden, clear, white foam, light sweetness, medium bitterness, lightly sour, salty, medium body, creamy, lively, bitter.

Grupo Cervezas Alhambra Alhambra Especial 5.4% 33cl Pale Lager Light bready malts. Clear gold with a decent white head. Bready malts and a clean finish.

Hijos de Rivera

Thailand Thai Beverages Beer Chang 5.0% 33cl Pale Lager Pours clear golden no head. Aromas of lager yeast, grains, citrusy, hints of syrup. Taste of canned corn, malt syrup.

Boon Rawd Brewery Singha 5.0% 33cl Premium Lager Golden with a frothy white head. Aroma is pale malts and slight hops. Taste is crisp and light, medium to high carbonation.

Trinidad and Tobago Carib Brewery Carib 5.2% 33cl Pale Lager Pale straw colour with a small white head. Aroma of fresh hops with a hint of spice. A tiny amount of hop flavour, rice dominates.

Turkey Anadolu Efes Efes 5.0% 33cl Pilsner The flavour has elements of lemon and orange which is complimented by the added honey and is followed with a smooth and clean finish.

Ukraine Obolon

Estrella Galicia 4.7% 33cl Pale Lager Pale, clear, white foam, medium bitterness, light body, thin feel, average carbonation.

Obolon Light 4.5% 50cl Pale Lager Big grassy aroma in a pale straw pour. Mild fruity body is sustained through to the finish - which is lacking any bitterness to match.

Estrella Galicia 1906 Black Coupage 7.2% 33cl Dunkel Lager Dark with small head and lacing. Sweet roasted caramel aroma. Very good mouthfeel, with chocoloate and coffee notes.

Obolon Magnat Light Beer 5.2% 50cl Pale Lager Golden with a brief white head. Aroma has some nice light malt. Crisp but soft maltiness.

Mahou Brewery


Mahou 5.5% 33cl Pale Lager Clear golden colour, white head. Aroma is medium sweet, light honey, light floral.

Bear Republic

Sweden Spendrups Bryggeri Brutal Brewing Pistonhead Kustom Lager 4.6% 33cl Premium Lager Clear golden with a medium white head. Aroma is corn, grass and malt. Taste is lime, hops and malt


Bear Republic Grand-Am 6.0% 35.5cl American Pale Ale Clear gold, with a big white head. Aroma is cereal, and toast, with a good deal of pine and citrus. Bear Republic Red Rocket Ale 6.8% 35.5cl Amber Ale Cloudy reddish-brown with a creamy tan head that leaves a fine lacing on the glass. Aroma is malty caramel. A light sweetness quickly followed by hoppy bitter taste.

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WORLD BEERS Dixie Brewing Co. Dixie Beer 4.5% 33cl Pale Lager Pours pale gold with a thin white head. Aromas of buttery lemon, malt. Taste is thin and buttery, saline, sweet.

Oskar Blues Brewery Blues Hotbox Coffee Porter 6.5% 35.5cl Porter Pours black with a khaki head. Leaves trace lacing in the glass. Decent coffee notes on the nose. Solid chocolate bitterness on the tongue with a touch of coffee. Blues Mamas Little Yella Pils 5.3% 35.5cl Pilsner Golden with a white head. Aroma is sweet floral hops, grasses, hint of citrus. Flavour is bittersweet floral hops, minor citrus, minor grasses.

O'so Brewing Company Picnic Ants Farmhouse Ale 6.3% 35.5cl Saison Cloudy yellow with a thick white head. It has a lemon and spicy citrus flavour with herbal and earthy notes on the smooth, creamy vanilla and spicy yeast finish.

Tailgate Beer Tailgate Beer Grapefruit IPA6.2% 35.5cl Indian Pale Ale A hazy orange colour with a small white head. Has a fruity malty grapefruit hoppy aroma. Fruity malty pink grapefruit hoppy flavour.

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Tailgate Beer Watermelon Wheat 4.8% 35.5cl Fruit Beer Clear slightly amber golden beer with a white foam head. Nose is watermelon, floral, toasted grains, toffee. Taste is lager yeast, acidic, watermelon, toasted grains.

Trappists of Spencer Spencer Trappist Ale 6.5% 33cl Trappist Ale Pours a cloudy copper with a thin white head. Aroma is caramel, dark fruits, bubblegum, honey, and brown sugar. Flavour is caramel, dark fruit, nut, and bubblegum. Spencer Trappist IPA 7.2% 35.5cl Indian Pale Ale Bright orange colour on the body, minimal, thin white head on top. Aroma of caramel malts, faint fruity notes. Taste is more intense with citrus, grapefruit, orange.

SKA Brewing Co Modus Hoperandi IPA 6.8% 35.5cl Indian Pale Ale Hazy deep gold with tall frothy head. Very attractive! Pine and caramel malt on the nose. Taste - piney, slight citrus and slight floral notes. Rudie Session IPA 4.5% 35.5cl Indian Pale Ale Golden, cloudy with a medium white head. Aroma of hops, grapes and citrus. Light bitter with a soft hop and light citrus end.


y l l a e r e w o D need pubs? Well yes, of course we do! The most practical reason is that you can only drink real ale in pubs or festivals such as these. Real ale requires the skills of the brewer to produce it, and the licensee to keep it in top condition in the pub cellar, so that we can enjoy it. If we lose our pubs, we lose our real ale. Simple as that. We have lost a great many pubs in our city. One particular road has only two pubs within a two mile stretch, where only a few years ago there were a dozen or more. From just over a hundred pubs or licensed premises, at least fifty have gone – many demolished completely.

high rents and beer prices imposed by the pub owners. It still seems incredible that the main threat to pubs comes from the pub companies and big brewers, the very people who should be protecting them. Our aim at CAMRA is to support and promote pubs in our local area so, to this end, here is a comprehensive list of all the pubs in the Greater Peterborough Area which are part of the CAMRA LocAle Scheme. Please, please, please - support your local pub! As the old saying goes, ‘Use it or Lose it”.

A number of factors are responsible for this, other forms of home entertainment; we are more health conscious; less disposable money in our pockets; not to mention the excessively


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List of pubs which are part of the Peterborough Branch LocAle Scheme

Admiral Wells Holme Angel Inn Wisbech Angel Inn Yarwell Beehive Peterborough Bell Inn Murrow Bell Inn Stilton Black Horse Elton Blue Bell Maxey Blue Bell Peterborough Blue Bell Easton-on-the-Hill Blue Boar Eye Bluebell Helpston Boat Inn Whittlesey Brewery Tap Peterborough Bull & Swan Stamford Burghley Club Peterborough Charters Peterborough Chequered Skipper Ashton Chequers Friday Bridge Chequers Inn Tholomas Drove Cock Inn March College Arms Peterborough Conservative Club Peterborough Cross Keys Kings Cliffe Crown Elton Crown Peterborough Crown & Mitre Tydd St Giles Crown Hotel Stamford Dragon Peterborough Draper's Arms Peterborough Duck & Drake Yaxley Dun Cow Christchurch Falcon Fotheringhay

Five Alls Benwick Five Horseshoes Barholm Frothblowers Werrington George Doddington George Hotel Stamford Goat Frognall Golden Pheasant Etton Great Northern Hotel Peterborough Green Man Stamford Hand & Heart Peterborough Hare & Hounds Hotel Wisbech Heron Peterborough Iron Horse Ranch House Market Deeping Jolly Brewer Stamford Jolly Sailor Ramsey Kings Arms Polebrook Kings Cliffe Ex-Servicemen’s Kings Cliffe Kings Head Wadenhoe Lancaster Club Yaxley Letter B Whittlesey London Inn Stamford Mama Liz’s Stamford Montagu Arms Barnwell Nags Head Eastrea Oliver Cromwell Hotel March Ostrich Inn Peterborough Palmerston Arms Peterborough Paper Mills Wansford Plough Holbeach St Johns Ploughman Werrington Prince Of

Wales Feathers Castor Queens Head Bulwick Queens Head Inn Nassington Red Lion Wisbech Red Lion West Deeping Rising Sun Inn Leverington Rose & Crown March Rose & Crown Thorney Royal Oak Castor Ruddy Duck Peakirk Rugby Club Peterborough Ship Inn March Ship Inn Oundle Shoulder of Mutton Weldon Shuckburgh Arms Southwick Shuckburgh Arms Stoke Doyle Smith's Bourne Solstice Peterborough Stage Market Deeping Stilton Tunnels Stilton Straw Bear Whittlesey Swan Inn Parson Drove Swiss Cottage Peterborough Talbot Hotel Oundle Three Tuns Wisbech Vine Coates Vine Inn Market Deeping Waterton Arms Deeping St James Wheel Wisbech St Mary White Hart Ufford White Horse Baston White Swan Woodnewton Windmill Peterborough

SAVE the Cherry Tree Inn In November 2016, the doors of the Cherry Tree Inn were closed indefinitely. This pub has served the Woodston community for 200 years and, as a live music venue, it has attracted music and beer lovers from across Peterborough and further afield. Our aim is to reopen the doors so music and beer will flow again!

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Cider & Perry Bar

Welcome to the cider and perry bar. All the ciders and perries sold here are ‘real’ in the sense that they consist principally of fermented apple and fermented pear juice respectively (a mixed apple / pear fermentation is termed a “pyder”). We have a wide range of traditionally made ciders and perries from all over the country, but because of the popularity of cider containing fruit and other flavourings, we also have a good selection of these. You will therefore, find on the bar strawberry, cherry, mango and other fruit ciders, also ginger, rhubarb, even rum & raisin and gin & tonic. You will note that most of the fruit ciders are 4% ABV, considerably weaker than most of the nonfruit ciders. This is because of Customs and Excise duty bands; fruit cider over 4% is classified as fruit wine and taxed as such. The majority of the ciders are still, although some will sparkle a little due to the residual fermentation in the tubs and boxes. Because of the nature of the fermentation process real ciders and perries may be crystal clear, hazy or even cloudy, but not be so opaque as to make them look unappealing in the glass. The Peterborough area is not traditionally associated with cider making, but as in many areas of the country local cider making is on the rise, and we have a good range of local(ish) ciders at the festival. We are also selling a range of non64

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alcoholic apple juices on the bar. These are 100% juice and very refreshing on their own, also mixing them with a cider gives a very pleasant drink at a lower ABV than straight cider. Our knowledgeable bar staff will be very happy to give small tastes and discuss the drinks with you provided the bar is not too busy.

Bottle Kicking Hallaton, Leicestershire Summer Fruits 4.0% Medium Sweet

Broadoak Clutton Hill, Somerset Rum & Raisin



Sloe Gin


Sweet The tub labels are the best source of information when ordering since, unlike the program, they are only printed after the cider has been tasted. Green labels are cider and yellow labels are perry (including any pyders). Most ciders / perries are made from a blend of apple / pear varieties; where a single variety has been used this is on the tub label. All the ciders and perries have been categorized as Very Dry, Dry, Medium Dry, Medium, Medium Sweet, Sweet or Very Sweet. You may not always agree with us, particularly since some tubs can change in character as they are drunk, but it shouldn’t be too far off. By all means refer to the program and every effort has been made to ensure that it is accurate; nevertheless, it has to be printed long before the cider actually arrives so discrepancies with the tub labels can occur. We are confident that whatever your taste in cider / perry there is something for you here. Wassail! Chris Rogers Cider Bar Manager

Cambridge Cider Co. Bassingbourne, Cambs Much Merriment 6.7% Sweet

Cam Valley Royston, Hertfordshire Punters Pleasure 7.3% Sweet

Carey Organic Carey, Herefordshire Organic Cider 7.0% Medium Dry

Celtic Marches Bishops Frome, Herefordshire Ruby Tuesday Raspberry 4.0% Medium Sweet

Slightly Foxed Mango

Cockeyed Cider Cullompton, Devon Copper Beech 7.0% Medium

Countryman Felldownhead, Devon Farm Cider 6.5% Medium

Cromwell Hemingford Grey, Cambridgeshire Oliver’s Sweetheart 6.7%


Barbourne Worcester, Worcestershire Strawberry 4.0%

Medium Sweet

Medium Sweet

Medium Sweet

Biddenden Ashford, Kent Bushels


Crossman’s Hewish, Somerset Traditional Cider Dorset Nectar Bridport, Dorset Unknown


Bottle Kicking Hallaton, Leicestershire Pineapple, Peach & P.F. 4.0%

Medium Sweet

Medium Sweet

Medium Sweet

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Double Vision Maidstone, Kent Cherry 5.2%

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Dudda’s Tun Sittingbourne, Kent Unknown 6.0% Medium

Duxford Scrumpy Cambridge, Cam-


Summer Daze


Medium Sweet

Autumn Magic Blackberry 4.0% Medium Sweet

Hecks Street, Somerset Kingston Black

Honeypot Farm South Petherton, Somerset Farm Cider 6.0%

Glebe Farm Kings Ripton, Cambridgeshire Cherry 6.0%


Medium Sweet





Gwatkin’s Abbey Dore, Herefordshire Stoke Red 7.5% Sweet

Red Diesel



Gwynt Y Ddraig Pontypridd, Glamorgan Black Dragon 7.2% Medium



Hubz’s Peterborough, Cambridgeshire Ang Over 8.0% Cranberry & Raspberry



Hurst View Wheaton Aston, Staffordshire Unknown 6.0% Medium Dry

Lyme Bay Axminster, Devon Eventide



Sundown Apricot



4 ever-changing real ales on hand pump along with several lagers and a selection of wines.

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at Sundays, 3 Cumbergate, Peterborough PE1 1YR Bookings on Tel: 01733 554 334

Great local ingredients, cooked low ‘n slow over wood in our multi-award winning Cookshack Smoker, imported from the USA. Beef Brisket, Pulled Pork, Ribs & more.

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Mayfly Cider Cottered, Hertfordshire High 8.4%

Rosie’s Wrexham, North Wales Triple D



Newton Court Leominster, Herefordshire Gasping Goose 5.8% Medium Sweet

Oliver’s Ocle Pychard, Herefordshire Unknown 6.7% Medium Dry

Once Upon a Tree Ledbury, Herefordshire Tumpy Ground 7.0%

Ross Cider & Perry Co. Peterstow, Here-


Whisky Cask

Sheppy’s Bradford-on-Tone, Somerset Unknown 6.0% Medium Sweet

Raspberry Medium Sweet


Medium Sweet

Maverick Chilli & Ginger


Fruit Bat

Orgasmic Eardisley, Herefordshire Unknown 6.0%

Medium Sweet

Medium Sweet

Palmers Upland Newport, Gwent Unknown 6.0%


Medium Dry

Parsons Choice West Lyng, Somerset Unknown 6.0%


Medium Sweet

Pickled Pig Stretham, Cambridgeshire Porkers Snout 6.5%

Medium Dry


Medium Sweet



Thatchers Sandford, Somerset Cheddar Valley

Three Cats Morley, Derbyshire Unknown Tricky’s Churchinford, Somerset Unknown


Medium Dry

Muddy Scamp

Raglan Cider Mill Usk, Monmouthshire Unknown 6.0% Dunkertons Late Sweet Sweet

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Troggi Earlswood, Monmouthshire Unknown 6.2% Watergull Orchards Wisbech Cider with Elderflower 6.2% Sweet



Medium Rich Watchfield, Somerset


Thistly Cross Dunbar, East Lothian Whisky Cask 6.9%

Potton Press Sandy, Bedfordshire Trip Hazard 8.2%

Medium Sweet


Springfield Llangovan, Monmouthshire Red Dragon 7.1%

Medium Sweet

Purbeck Cider Co. Purbeck, Dorset Cheeky Cherry 4.0%


Snails Bank Halmond’s Frome, Herefordshire Elderflower, Gin & Tonic 4.0%


Polgoon , Cornwall Unknown


Medium Dry


Orchard Pig West Bradley , Somerset Navelgazer 6.0%



Cider with Rhubarb



Oak Aged


Aged for a year in Whiskey barrels.

Waulkmill Langholm, Dumfries & Galloway Wallace 1305 6.0% Medium




Weston’s Much Marcle, Herefordshire Damson 4.0%

Hecks Street, Somerset Blakeney Red

Medium Sweet

Medium Sweet



Medium Sweet

Whin Hill Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk Unknown 6.8% Sweet

Wilkins Wedmore, Somerset Unknown



Winkleigh Winkleigh, Devon Autumn Scrumpy


Medium Sweet

Sams Blackcurrant


Hurst View Wheaton Aston, Staffordshire Puckered Pear 6.0% Medium

Newton Court Leominster, Herefordshire Panting Partridge 5.3% Medium Sweet

Oliver’s Ocle Pychard, Herefordshire Unknown 6.0% Medium Dry

Palmers Upland Newport, Gwent Unknown 5.5%

Medium Sweet

Medium Sweet


Medium Sweet

Woodthorpe Hall Woodthorpe, Derbyshire Rubie Suzie 10.2%


Barbourne Worcester, Worcestershire Painted Lady 5.0% Medium Sweet


Medium Sweet

Cromwell Hemingford Grey, Cambridgeshire Cavalier 6.0% Medium Sweet

Double Vision Maidstone, Kent Elderflower 5.2% Medium Sweet

Impeared Vision


Medium Sweet

Dudda’s Tun Sittingbourne, Kent Unknown 5.5% Medium

Gwynt Y Ddraig Pontypridd, Glamorgan Two Trees 4.5% Medium


Pickled Pig Streatham, Cambridgeshire Apples & Pears 6.0% Potton Press Sandy, Bedfordshire Pyder 7.0%

Perries Broadoak Clutton Hill, Somerset Unknown


Troggi Earlswood, Gwent Unknown



Waulkmill Langholm, Dumfries & Galloway Unknown 5.5% Medium Sweet

Weston’s Much Marcle, Herefordshire Unknown 4.5% Medium Sweet

Whin Hill Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk Unknown 6.0% Medium Sweet

Alcohol-Free Juice Whin HillWells-next-the Sea, Norfolk Falstaff Very Sweet Greensleeves Medium Sweet Egremont Russet Sweet Rubinette Sweet Peterborough Beer Festival 2017

Welcome to the 2017 Wine Bar. We are again just inside the South marquee as you come in so easy to find some wines! All our wines are English and we offer a selection of some of the best white, rosé, red and sparkling wines, not forgetting the popular country fruit wines from Lyme Bay Winery in Devon. English wines have improved greatly over recent years and you will have the opportunity to try some different wines you may not have seen before. For 2017 we have 46 different wines to try and I am pleased to offer 5 new wines for this years Festival including a Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Brut Reserve Sparkling from Lyme Bay plus a Warden Abbey, a new vineyard for the Festival. We also have a small quantity of Lyme Bay’s new Yore, a sparkling Honey Mead to try, it’s a 4% alternative to beer and cider in bottles, no malt, no apples, no grapes. As with the beers, we will not have all the wines in the programme at all times, but we aim to have a good selection. If you have any questions about the wines, or are unsure what to choose, just ask and we will do our best to help. Enjoy the Festival and we hope to see you at the Wine Bar. Pamela Baines Wine Bar Manager 70

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WINE BAR The bar will also stock lemonade and sparkling water should you wish to have a spritzer.

White Dedham Vale Bacchus White Dry 2016 12%

Dedham Vale Bacchus is star-bright in the glass, with intense citrus aromas and the dry refreshing taste of lemon and elderflower Colchester Oyster Med Dry 2016 12%

A medium-dry white wine is produced using a short, cool fermentation period. A gentle slightly dry flavour is achieved, with grapefruit and melon aromas to suffuse the nose and palate. Elysian Fields Bacchus Dry 10.5%

Pale lemon in colour with gentle floral notes and a dash of citrus. It is dry with well-balanced acidity and layers of well-rounded fruit. Bacchus has become the signature white of East Anglia. Bacchus Med Dry 10.5%

Pale lemon in colour with gentle floral notes and a dash of citrus. It is medium-dry with well balanced acidity. Peterborough Beer Festival 2017

WINE LIST Lyme Bay Winery Bacchus Sandbar White 2014 11%

Single grape variety wine with notes of grapefruit, lemon and subtle oak with fantastic length. Chardonnay 2015 11.5%

Well-rounded dry wine, made with Chardonnay and a small quanity of Bacchus grape varieties. With subtle buttery flavours and aromas of peach, honey and pineapple. Shoreline White 2014 11%

Crisp and refreshing wine with subtle notes of citrus fruit and rose petal. Made from Seyval Blanc, Bacchus and Pinot Noir grapes. Stanlake Park Hinton Grove 2014 White Dry 11.5%

It is an off-dry, aromatic white wine. It is made from Madeleine Angevine, Reichensteiner, Schonburger, Wurzer and Ehrenfelser grapes. The most aromatic grapes are picked and fermented separately. Regatta Dry White 2016 11.5%

One of the first wines made by Stanlake and has been a consistent blend of several grape varieties, such as Ortega and Schonburger, to make a dry, crisp, fresh wine, with a clean herbaceous finish. Three Choirs English House White Med Dry 2014 11%

Widely appealing white wine with ripe fruit flavours. Melon, mango and a hint of spice, with a crisp dry finish. A blend of Seyval Blanc, Reichensteiner and Muller Thurgau grapes. Willowbrook White 2013 11%

Soft and delicate rose petal aroma, with lightly spiced fruit flavours has made this a very popular wine. English House White Dry 2014 11%

A delicate aroma of fragrant fruit characters which delivers a crisp, lemony wine with a fresh dry finish. May Hill White Medium 2013 10%

Aromatic herb and floral nose with harmonious palate. Medium and well-balanced, with rich honeyed fruit. Warden Abbey The Non Conformist White 12%

Bright fresh citrus aromas. Sweet fruit on the palate - grapefruit and tropical fruits - followed by fresh lime and lemon. Peterborough Beer Festival 2017

Rosé Bolney Estate Bolney Rosé 2014 12%

Coral pink in colour, this elegant medium dry rosé may well be summer in a bottle, with its fragrances of gardenia, raspberry and lychee. Dedham Vale Rosé 2016 Med Dry 11.5%

Light and refreshing, medium dry, with a soft fruit character on the palate. Elysian Fields Pinot Noir Rosé Med Dry 2014 10.5%

A beautiful rose-pink off-dry wine with loads of soft summer fruit notes on the bouquet. A crisp acidity with hints of strawberry and peach sit lightly on the palate. Lyme Bay Winery Pinot Noir Rosé Med Dry 2015 11.5%

Soft delicious rosé wine a 100% singlevariety. It has complex aromas of cherries, rosehip, strawberries and cream, and tight acidity. Stanlake Park English Rosé 2014 11.5%

Vivacious, lively and fun, this new English rosé is made from Rondo together with aromatic grapes - such as Schonburger. This wine is dry, fruity (hints of red cherry, raspberry) and refreshing. Three Choirs Estate Rosé 2015 10.5%

A delicious off-dry rosé full of the aroma of strawberries and summer fruits. A light delicate rosé, just off dry with a strong bouquet of strawberries and summer fruit.

Red Bolney Estate Lychgate Red Dry 2014 12%

Notes of red fruits, juicy plum and berry flavours together with soft tannins make this a very elegant, easy drinking wine. Mediumbodied dry red wine. Dedham Vale Reserve Red 2015 10.5%

Ruby-red medium-bodied English wine with red berry flavours of redcurrants, raspberries and liquorice. Leavened by gentle tannins from time spent ageing in French Limousin oak barrels.




Red - continued Elysian Fields

Apricot Medium Sweet 11%

Richly scented, golden sweet wine with the lingering flavour of soft ripe fruit.

Acolon Red 2014 10.8%

Single grape variety wine made with the Acolon grape. Stanlake Park

Blackberry Medium 11%

The Reserve Red 2011 12%

Blackcurrant Medium Sweet 11%

It has subtle oak maturing and yet retains its fresh, dry, fruity flavour. Made from Dornfelder, Triomphe and Rondo grapes. Three Choirs

A sweet, scented wine with the full fruity flavour of dark berries.

Ravens Hill Red 2014 11.1%

Deep, ruby-coloured red wine full of ripe blackberry and cherry fruit on the nose with a subtle hint of lightly-toasted oak from the American barrel ageing. Lyme Bay Winery Brut Reserve Sparkling 11%

Bursting with the full flavour and heady aroma of ripe hedgerow fruit.

Black Beer & Raisin Sweet 14.5%

A full-flavoured dark wine with a rich malty flavour. Rich sherry-like characteristics. Cherry Sweet 11%

Real cherry aroma and full black fruit flavour. Cranberry Medium 11%

Tangy medium-sweet wine; great for summer spritzers.

Seyval Blanc grapes, and only from the finest press cuts. After an extended cold settle, the base wine was fermented at cool temperatures to maintain a freshness.

Elderberry Dry 11%

Sparkling Strawberry 13%

Old-fashioned, floral flavours. A perfect picnic, aperitif or lunchtime wine.

The wine has a soft creamy bubble complimenting the delicate flavour of summer strawberries. Stanlake Park Heritage Brut Sparkling 12.5%

Rich in colour and flavour. Serve at room temperature. Elderflower Dry 11%

Ginger Sweet 14.5%

Classic, smooth, heart-warming ginger wine.

Light-bodied sparkling wine that is crisp, dry and refreshing. Made from Seyval Blanc, Muller Thurgau, Reichensteiner and Pinot Meunier grapes. Three Choirs

Gooseberry Off/Dry 11%

Classic CuvĂŠe Sparkling White 12%

Medium-sweet, deliciously-scented, smooth, summery wine with soft ripe fruit flavours.

CuvĂŠe is a traditionally-made sparkling wine of very high quality. Dry and subtle, it is very similar to a good Champagne. Warden Abbey

An appealing, light wine with generously ripe gooseberry character. Peach 11%

Plum Medium 11%

Absolutely delicious, rich ripe plum flavour.

Warden Abbey Sparkling Brut 12.5%

Raspberry Medium 11%

The nose is fragrant and fresh. The palate starts with a mix of citrus fruits. There is depth and breadth of flavour in the middle, a hint of sweet fruit, with the mix of grapefruit and lime.

Ripe raspberry character and a real berry aroma.

Traditional Country Lyme Bay Winery Yore Sparkling Mead 4%

This is Mead, but not Mead as you know it! Honey, water, ancient beginnings and a fresh new look. 72

Sloe Medium 11%

Full-flavoured, succulent and smooth. Strawberry Medium 11%

Lusciously fruity with a very intense bouquet. Great as a spritzer with bubbly or soda. West Country Mead Medium Sweet 14.5%

Honey-based wine with a sweet, spicy overtone. Slightly drier than traditional mead.

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Small Beer Ltd Phone: 01522 540431 TRADE SESSION Our main trade session Sponsor. They are able to supply your pub with a vast array of real ales.

Pipers Crisps Phone: 01652686960 Web: Plastic bags for taking home your Festival Glasses are sponsored by Pipers Crisps. Please visit them in the south marquee for the full range of hand-made crisps.

wetherspoons CHAMPION BEER OF THE FESTIVAL Many thanks to J D Wetherspoons and their Four local pubs, the Draper’s Arms, the College Arms, The George at Whittlesey and the Stamford Post for sponsoring the competition. 74

The Rev. James Web: The Rev. James Ales, proud to SPONSOR the MEMBERSHIP & INFORMATION STAND of Peterborough Beer Festival 2017. Named in honour of brewing legend the Reverend James Buckley. The Rev. James ales are brewed with exclusive Buckley’s yeast; inspired by a recipe from 1885. Don’t forget if you join CAMRA during Peterborough Beer Festival 2017 you will receive a FREE pint of any of Brains beers available at the festival. For more information please visit

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The connection between Peterborough CAMRA and The Peterborough Branch of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution goes back almost 40 years. During this period collections at this festival have raised enough to enable us to buy 3 DClass and 1 Atlantic 85 Inshore Lifeboats and also contribute toward the new Shannon Class (all weather) Lifeboat for Wells next-the-Sea. This would not have been possible without the outstanding generosity of Beer Festival attendees and workers. We have a winning formula that has raised considerable amounts of money to assist the extremely brave and skilful men and women of the RNLI fleet. The RNLI is a charity which is not funded by the government. The running costs, in 2016, was £177.3m - keeping a modern fleet, ever-ready to go to the rescue, at over 238 lifeboat stations. These running costs also include crew training and now a lifeguard service on more than 240 popular beaches. The RNLI funds campaigns for water safety, and the boats and crews you also see on the Thames in Central London, as well as assisting with flood relief and rescue around the coast. It costs around £485,000 a day to run the RNLI, all of which is generously donated by the public. This might sound like a lot of money, but HQ in Poole feels that the 23 people the lifeboat crews rescue, on average, every day are worth it. To enable this to happen the RNLI has



pledged to provide every lifeboat crew with a 25-knot all-weather lifeboat by 2019. This means they will require 50 new Shannon Class Lifeboats, and will build six of these every year, as well as maintaining the existing fleet. To make this happen (and this is where a long-term cost-effective vision is at work) the Institution has constructed a brand new all-weather Lifeboat Centre in Poole, Dorset. This facility brings every stage of the lifeboat building process under one roof. It provides greater control of costs and quality and also creates employment, including apprenticeships in marine engineering and boatbuilding. We look forward to meeting new and old friends again at this year’s festival, tasting even more new brews and, hopefully, holding up ever heavy collecting buckets. The front of house manager and crew will be there to welcome you, and ensure that you have a memorable visit. We, members of the Peterborough Branch of the RNLI, will also be there to hopefully relieve you of the odd copper with the now memorable cry of “Chuck it in the Bucket!” Quentin Bambridge Honorary Treasurer - Peterborough Branch RNLI

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40th Peterborough CAMRA Beer Festival Guide  

Guide to beers, music, cider at the 40th Peterborough CAMRA Beer Festival

40th Peterborough CAMRA Beer Festival Guide  

Guide to beers, music, cider at the 40th Peterborough CAMRA Beer Festival