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> WELCOME TO THE 3RD WINDSOR LocAle BEER FESTIVAL! Thank you for supporting our festival at Windsor Farm Shop and thank you to the Crown Estate for allowing us to use this wonderful venue once again.
There is plenty to suit everyone, with light hoppy beers through to dark stouts. We have ordered beers from within a 30 mile radius of the festival and with so many new breweries to choose from, we hope there will be something that you haven’t tried before to tickle your taste buds. We also have a great range of ciders, again keeping to a local theme and including cider made just down the road in Slough. This festival is run by CAMRA volunteers who give up their time to put this all together and I would like to thank them all for helping us out. I do ensure they are fed and watered (with beer, of course), so it’s not all bad! If you are not sure what you like, then ask a member of bar staff, who will be happy to point you in the right direction. This year, our charity of the festival is Berkshire County Blind Society. Please give generously to help them raise funds for this very worthy and local cause. It is a sad fact that 16 pubs are closing every week, which is not helped by the government’s stance on beer duty. This is set to rise every year by 2% above inflation, which will mean your pint will cost you 5-10p more each time. Britain has the second highest rate of beer tax in the EU and I would urge every one of you to sign our online petition at www.camra.org.uk/saveourpint to help trigger a debate and put pressure on the government to think again. There are many benefits to being a CAMRA member and the membership fee is tremendous value. £20 worth of money off real ale vouchers for J D Wetherspoon, a monthly newspaper and quarterly magazine, discounts on CAMRA books and free or discounted entry into beer festivals along with 10-20% off at various travel, outdoor and holiday companies, all for the great price of £23 per year. There are joint membership rates and discounts for concessions and for paying by direct debit. If you would like to join CAMRA, use the form in the brochure. Leave it with us today and we will send it to Head Office for you, saving the postage. Enjoy the festival and drink safely.
Delia Delia Allott – Chairman and Festival Organiser Slough, Windsor & Maidenhead CAMRA
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> THE OLYMPICS AT DORNEY LAKE, WINDSOR Plenty of great pubs to make your day, as Allan Willoughby explains
he wait is nearly over for what promises to be a fantastic festival of sport, as well as a landmark cultural event. Team GB’s biggest haul of Gold medals could take place in our branch area! The Eton College Rowing Centre, Dorney Lake, hosts the Rowing, Canoeing & Kayaking and Paralympic Rowing events as part of the London Olympics. Dorney Lake is a modern world-class rowing and flat-water centre set in a spectacular 450 acre parkland near Windsor. Constructed and privately owned by Eton College, it is managed by Dorney Lake Trust, the registered charity which operates the Lake Site. The lake is 2,200 metres long and has an eight-lane course and was fully completed in 2006. For the Olympics, the facilities have been upgraded to include new access roads and the construction of two bridges on the island between the main lake and the return lake. Up to 30,000 spectators per day will be able to enjoy the Rowing, Kayak and Paralympic events and there will be 3,500 staff and volunteers assisting the venue. Dorney Lake will continue to provide a world-class training and home of Eton’s rowing. Athletes will be housed at the Royal Holloway College, which is 16Km from the competition venue. Athletes will also be provided with a bed at the main Olympic Village in Stratford.
Rowing There are two types of Rowing at the Olympic Games: Sweep Rowing and Sculling. Sweep Rowing use a single oar. They compete in crews of two, four or eight – the eight is steered by a ‘cox’, who also gives the crew instructions. Scullers have an oar in each hand, and so can compete alone in a single, as well as in doubles and quadruple sculls. Competition dates are from Saturday 28th July to Saturday 4th August, there are 14 Gold medals in total and some 550 Athletes are participating.
Canoeing & Kayaking Within Canoe racing there are two disciplines, Canoe Sprint and Canoe Slalom. Canoe is a generic term and includes Kayaks and Canoes. The Kayak ‘paddler’ is in a sitting position with a double-ended paddle and the Canoe ‘paddler’ kneels in the boat using a single-bladed paddle. Competition dates for Canoeing & Kayaking are from Monday 6th August to Saturday 11th August, there will be 16 Gold medals (12 Flatwater and 4 Slalom) and some 330 Athletes are participating (248 Flatwater, 82 Slalom)
Paralympic Rowing In 1975 Adaptive Rowing programmes began in a number of countries, including Australia, Germany, the Netherlands and the United Sates. There are currently four classes which involve a coxed four, a double scull, and two sculling events. All races are held over a 1,000 metre course. Paralympic Rowing is the youngest sport in the Paralympic Games, making its debut at Beijing 2008. Adaptive rowing boats are equipped with special seats, which vary according to the disability of the athlete. Competition dates are from Friday 31st August to Sunday 2nd September, there will be 4 Gold medals and a total of 108 Athletes are participating Team GB successes have been pioneered by the likes of Steve Redgrave and Matthew Pinsent so let’s keep our fingers crossed that the tradition will continue. Based a stone’s throw from Windsor, spectators will have an enviable selection of superb pubs endorsed by the Slough, Windsor & Maidenhead branch of CAMRA, so why not give them a go if you are visiting the games........or even if you are not! In the meantime you can visit www.london2012. com to get the latest news, and get ready for that opening ceremony on Friday 27th July, hopefully you would have recovered from our Beer Festival by then!
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Crown Lane • Farnham Royal • SL2 3SQ 01753 647714 • www.crowninnpub.co.uk
FA R N H A M R O YA L
John and Tracy are pleased to announce that they have now fully taken over after 2 ½ years of Managing The Crown Inn. Come and enjoy the great fresh food, fine ales and wines, huge garden with play area, feeding our chickens, or just relaxing in a good old traditional pub. Food available all day every day, and great deals to be had.
See our website at www.crowninnpub.co.uk for more details. Just minutes from Burnham Beeches, Slough Industrial estate, The M4 and M40.
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> SPONSORSHIP & DONATIONS
Thanks to Windsor & Eton Brewery and Binghams Brewery for their sponsorship of the festival glasses. Thanks to Ascot Ales, East London Brewing Co., Twickenham Fine Ales and The Windlesora (Windsor) for their sponsorship of the staff t-shirts. Thanks to all the breweries and individuals for their donations to the festival charity raffle.
> A LITTLE MORE ABOUT OUR BEER FESTIVAL SUPPORTED CHARITY...
erkshire County Blind Society is an independent charity providing services, advice and support to over 2,000 visually impaired people in Berkshire. The BCBS aim to enable and support visually impaired people in Berkshire to live independently and to enhance their quality of life. BCBS strives to achieve this by: • Ensuring visually impaired people have access to equipment and technology to support and improve their everyday living. • Visiting visually impaired people in their homes to ensure they have the help they need. • Supporting a network of clubs in Berkshire. • Training and supporting volunteers for information desks at hospital eye clinics. • Oﬀering a varied programme of social and sporting events. • Supporting young visually impaired people and their families. • Producing newsletters in large print, Braille, CD and audiotape. • Acting as agents for the Talking Books Service and the British Wireless for the Blind Fund. Berkshire County Blind Society have been serving Berkshire for 100 years. Contact the BCBS on 0118 987 2803 or email email@example.com A warm welcome from Andy & Wendy awaits you at...
The Rose & Crown
The Real Ale Lovers’ Pub FREEHOUSE
312 High Street Slough SL1 1NB Tel: 01753 521114 The only Slough Pub to be featured in the Good Beer Guide for the past 13-years
Come and visit us, we’d love to see you. The Oldest, Smallest and Friendliest Pub on Slough High Street
Jackie & Paul look forward to welcoming you to the Rose & Crown. Highly acclaimed for stocking an ever-changing selection of fine ales from breweries all over England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Winner of multiple CAMRA Awards from Slough, Windsor and Maidenhead Branch, including Pub of the Year, The David Howell Award and the Vic Powell Award. • Large, covered beer garden • Pool Table • Darts • 6 large TV screens • Sky 3D • Sky Sports • ESPN Open 11am to Midnight everyday.
7 High Street, Iver, Bucks SL0 9ND Tel: 01753 651115 A choice of three resident Ales
6X, Brakspears Bitter & London Pride
Frequent rotation of Guest Ales Good selection of Lager, Cider, Wines & Spirits Quiz Night (alternate Sundays), Pool & Darts Traditional Food Served, Lunchtimes & Evenings Mon-Sat: Noon-2.00pm & 6.00-8.15pm Bar Times: Noon-12.00am Mon-Thurs, Cask Marque Accredited Noon-01.00am Fri & Sat, Noon - 10.30pm Sun
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> FIGHT BACK TO SAVEYOUR PINT SIGN THE BEER TAX E-PETITION I
t’s time to save your pint and fight back against this year’s budget which saw the Government continue its damaging policy of the beer duty escalator. Every year beer tax increases by 2% above inflation meaning your pint in the pub costs you 5-10p more. This mounting pressure is contributing to the closure of 16 pubs every single week. CAMRA is calling all beer drinkers and pub goers to sign an online e-petition today by visiting www.camra.org.uk/saveyourpint. Reporting in July’s edition of CAMRA’s What’s Brewing, the petition was set to reach the 60,000 mark - meaning it’s on target to achieve 100,000 signatures and force a debate in parliament on duty rises in time to potentially effect the budget in 2013 To stand a chance of doing this we need your help in reaching as many people as possible. So please sign the petition and then spread the word.
CAMRA also has free material to take down your local and join the campaign. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to order free beer mats and posters.* With around £1 on every pint going to the Treasury in beer duty and VAT, it’s time to save your pint and call time on the beer duty escalator! *One pubs pack contains 5 x A4 posters and 100 beer mats, please let Claire know how many pubs packs you would like.
'Reporting in July's edition of CAMRA's What's Brewing, the petition was set to reach the 60,000 mark - meaning it's on target to achieve 100,000 signatures and force a debate in parliament on duty rises in time to potentially effect the budget in 2013'
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> THE BEER LIST ASCOT ALES
Camberley, Surrey Aureole Ale
Golden ale heavily hopped with Summit to give a citrus aroma & flavour.
On The Rails
Dark ale with a sophisticated blend of malts combined with a distinctive hop character. A balance of caramel and chocolate flavours from the malt with an aroma of pine and citrus from whole hop flowers.
Single Hop Liberty
Copper IPA brewed each month showcasing a single hop variety. Liberty is an American cousin to Hallertau with very similar flower and spice characteristics. Weâ€™ve been generous with the amount of hops used to give a lasting bitterness.
Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire Swifter 3.8% A bronze session bitter using British hops from our trio of beers to celebrate the British sporting summer. 4.0%
Bay State 4.4% American Wheat beer brewed with 50% Lager Malt and 50% Wheat with all American hops, giving a fresh and fruity, naturally cloudy wheat beer.
Kew, Richmond, Surrey
Humulus Lupulus A hoppy, dry but aromatic Pale Ale.
Kew Green Raspberry Wheat 4.8% An organic fruit wheat beer oozing with natural and unspoilt British ingredients. Queen Charlotte A German Kolsch style beer.
BY THE HORNS BREWING CO. Stiff Upper Lip 3.9% Golden session beer, with well balanced mellow malt and crisp late bitter finish. Monthly Special Blond Ale.
Bobby on the Wheat 4.7% Made with six different malts including malted oats and six different hops, three from England and three from America.
DORKING BREWERY Dorking, Surrey
Ruscombe, Berkshire Royal Ascent Dark, smooth drinking Mild.
THE BOTANIST BREWERY
H2O2 Blond II This full on Blonde beer is sharp and sassy.
Ginger Doodle Stout 5.0% Doodle Stout infused with root ginger to temper the bitterness a little and create a complex stout that develops in the mouth.
Brickworks Bitter 4.2% A malty bitter which is chestnut in colour with a slightly nutty hint. Hops balance the maltiness to provide a well rounded best bitter. Brit Hop 3.7% Refreshing pale ale with a hoppy finish brewed with British Malt and Hops.
Dry Hop Gold 3.8% A light golden Bitter full of hoppy flavour and aroma. Generously hopped for extra bouquet. DB Number One 4.2% A refreshing light amber ale with a full fruity, hoppy flavour and a long satisfying medium bitter finish. Red India Ale 5.0% Like hot buttered toast with hints of fruit cake, with a malty, caramel finish and a pleasing bitterness. Similar to an IPA - strong hoppy beer, red in colour.
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> THE BEER LIST EAST LONDON BREWING CO.
Waltham Forest, London ELB Pale Ale 4.0% Easy-drinking session pale ale, flavoured with late addition Styrian, Goldings and Brewers Gold hops giving it quite a floral but not overpowering aroma and subtle bitterness. Nightwatchman 4.5% A complex malt balance gives this beer rich, slightly sweet mouth feel. Late-added hops give this a refreshing aroma for a darker, premium style, bitter. Jamboree 4.8% Golden colour summer ale style beer with English hops throughout. Bramling Cross is the main flavour hop, giving it a subtly sweet aroma and taste.
LONDON FIELDS BREWERY
Hackney, London Pale Ale 3.9% A combination of young and old. Starting off as a classic citrusy English Pale Ale and with the addition of modern Galaxy hops from Tasmania, it finishes with a kick of tropical fruit. Love Not War 4.5% This brooding red ale is an ode to all things peace and love. A true union of malt and hops, with silky texture and soft caramel flavours cuddling up to a rich pear and summer fruit character. Hackney Hopster 4.7% A Pacific Pale Ale. Dressed in Motueka and Nelson Sauvin hops from New Zealand, the Hopster shows off flavours of grapefruit, lemon zest and gooseberry. With a dry and fresh finish.
Basingstoke, Hampshire Bunny Chaser 3.6% A dark copper coloured beer with plenty of malt in the mouth and a good whack of bitterness from traditionally English hops.
Golden Poacher 3.9% Green Bullet hops all the way through to the cask, this beer has bags of aroma with crisp citrus coming through in spades. Magnificently hoppy. Lamplight Porter 5.0% Made in the style of the London Porters of the 19th century with plenty of brown malt adding complexity of flavour. Chocolate and coffee flavours come through together with a robust bitterness from English hops.
Paddington, London Notting Hill Summer 3.6% A refreshing zesty ale that packs a big punch of flavour for its strength. Initially full of hops and bitterness, a subtle sweetness is also present, all leading to a long lingering complex finish. Notting Hill Blond 4.3% A continental style yellow beer whose flavour explodes on the tongue with a mix of hops, bitterness and sweetness. Fruity hops on the nose and palate fade in the aftertaste, leaving a dry bitter character with a little spiciness. Notting Hill Amber 4.7% A full-bodied creamy amber coloured beer with the citrus aroma and flavour well balanced by the sweet slightly toffee maltiness and a bitter dryness that lingers. There is a little flowery hop throughout.
REDEMPTION BREWING COMPANY Tottenham, London
Trinity 3.0% Pale mild brewed with 3 malts and 3 hops. Generous late hopping provides Seville orange aromas and initial malt sweetness is dominated by citrus flavours which explode on the palate. Brewed with plenty of malt to provide decent body, so it has some backbone. Pronounced bitterness throughout. Hopspur 4.5% Amber Ale with some citrus fruit aromas, chewy biscuity malt flavours, slight sticky sweetness and grapefruit piney hop flavours. Well balanced with hop
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> THE BEER LIST flavours to the fore and an easy bitter finish. Fellowship Porter 5.1% Dark brown colour with chocolate, coffee, liquorice and some dry roasted malts flavours complimented with hints of dark fruit. Generous late hopping adds a hint of zest and initially sweetness fades into restrained bitter finish.
Tring, Hertfordshire Nathaniel Titlark 3.9% Best of British monthly special. Raisins, red fruit and subtle caramel are all in evidence in this ale which is brewed using plenty of aromatic barley malt. This is complimented perfectly by English Fuggles. Ridgeway Bitter 4.0% A beer with a pleasant mix of hop and malt flavours in the aroma and taste, leading to a dry, often flowery hop after taste.
TWICKENHAM FINE ALES Twickenham, Surrey
Sundancer 3.7% A crisp and hoppy session bitter. Amber malt provides a pleasant biscuity edge to this pale golden-coloured ale. A blend of English and American hops add a wonderfully floral and citrus-like, long dry finish. Summer Gold 4.1% Hoppy golden ale. A wonderful golden, flavourful ale with a refreshing, hoppy bite and delicate citrus aroma with possibly a touch of tangerine. The hop varieties Citra and Amarillo feature prominently in this beer. Original 4.2% A ruby coloured, malty best bitter. Maris Otter pale malt combined with Crystal malt, Caramalt, and a touch of Chocolate malt gives this lush, malty ale a reddish brown hue. A light touch with Pilgrim, Mount Hood and Bramling Cross hops allows the rich, full flavour to shine through.
VALE BREWERY CO.
Haddenham, Buckinghamshire Sail Away 4.2% A Bronze coloured hoppy summer ale with strong citrus aromas and smooth malt notes. Decathlon 4.3% Brewed with 10 different English hop varieties to give this beer a wonderful zesty hop aroma and a flavour where both malt and hops peak in a race to the finish. Gravitas 4.8% A strong, pale ale packed with hop and citrus flavours, rounded off by a dry malty biscuit finish. A pronounced hop aroma throughout.
WINDSOR & ETON BREWERY Windsor, Berkshire
Knight of the Garter Golden Ale 3.8% A flaxen-coloured, easy drinking Golden Ale brewed with American Amarillo whole leaf hops giving a distinctive fresh citrus aroma. Guardsman Best Bitter 4.2% A classic best bitter, brewed with premium Maris Otter pale malt and a blend of Pilgrim, Styrian Golding and Fuggles hops. Treetops 4.4% First of three Jubilee beers. Itâ€™s a rich, intense Africa Export Stout brewed from a blend of British and African ingredients, including coffee and vanilla. Kohinoor 4.5% Second of three Jubilee beers. A classic Indies Pale Ale, using Imperial Malt, Chinook, Simcoe and Pacific Jade hops. A light, dry bitter taste with jaggery sugar, jasmine petals, cardamon and coriander balancing the lemony hop character.
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> THE CIDER LIST Merry England
Kintbury, Berkshire Combe Raider
Made from a mixture of apple varieties, which are gathered locally. It is a light, dry cider.
Made from a blend of Dabinett and Michelin cider apples with some Bramleys added to provide a bit of acidity. It is a medium cider.
A single varietal cider made from apples grown locally in a small orchard in Shefford Woodlands.
Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire Rum Cask
A premium medium cider aged in barrels from the Jamaican Rum Company.
A medium-dry cider aged in Scottish whisky barrels. A smooth cider with a subtle spirit finish.
Light and refreshing medium cider.
Apples and Pears
A refreshing blend of our scrumpy cider and the juice of fresh pressed pears; medium-sweet.
A late summer blend of our scrumpy cider and the juice of hand picked blackberries; medium-dry.
Single variety, medium-dry
Single variety, medium
SALT HILL CIDER
A naturally dry Berkshire Cider, made from a blend of eating and culinary apples to give a crisp clean Eastern Counties flavour.
A dry cider handmade from a variety of eating, cooking and crab apples, mainly from within West Berkshire.
A medium-dry refreshing Eastern Counties style cider handmade from a variety of eating, cooking and crab apples, mainly from within West Berkshire.
A medium-sweet cider handmade from apples, mainly from within West Berkshire. Created to celebrate the royal wedding in 2011.
A fruity, full-bodied medium cider created to celebrate the Queenâ€™s Diamond Jubilee.
A crisp, full-bodied medium-dry cider handmade from a variety of eating, cooking crab and cider apples, from the counties of Berkshire, Oxfordshire, Hampshire, Somerset and Gloucestershire.
A dry cider handmade from a variety of apples from an old, private orchard in Oldbury-on-Severn, South Gloucestershire.
A crisp medium-dry perry handmade from a variety of pears, mainly from within West Berkshire.
Slough, Berkshire Urban Fox
TUTTS CLUMP CIDER
A medium-sweet Berkshire Cider, sweetened with English sugar for those who prefer less dry cider. Both are made from 100% fresh pressed juice from local fruit with no artificial additives.
Wolverton Mill, Milton Keynes Hard Core
A fruity dry cider made from 100% pure English apple juice.
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> THE COOKHAM DEAN GRAVITY GRAND PRIX 2012 Sunday 9th September, 1.30pm
he sixth Cookham Dean Gravity Grand Prix is a fun event run by The Kaffirs of Cookham Dean to raise money for The Thames Valley & Chiltern Air Ambulance. Up to 30 themed karts will compete for a variety of prizes. The Gravity Grand Prix is intended to be a free family fun day for the benefit of local residents. It is held in September so it gives families and individuals a project throughout the long summer months. The popularity and fun of the event means it’s a great platform to raise money for good causes. This year the target is £10,000! It’s all for charity, nothing is deducted as the organisers are all volunteers.
The course is a length of 700m and a drop of 32m. It should be noted that the course has some very tight corners; drivers can expect to reach speeds of 30-40mph!
www.cookham.com Slough Publicans Barrel Roll
As part of this year’s very special collaborations, eight Slough pubs (all within 10 mins walking distance) will be presenting a varied range of Real Ales & Ciders, locally & nationally sourced. The festival will also be holding a variety of amusing pub entertainments, including the annual "Slough Publicans Barrel Roll" on Sunday 26th August. Beer festival T-shirts available nearer the event, see local press & posters for further details. Event courtesy of "Central Slough Publicans Forum" Helping to support well run community pubs.
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Windsor Liberal Club Donnelly House | Victoria Street | Windsor | SL4 1EN • 3 Rotating Guest Ales • • Homemade Food with Speciality Sunday Lunch • • Live Music Every Weekend • • Full SKY Package & Free WiFi • • Conference Rooms with a bar for hire • • Club Open to Non-Members •
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At The Emperor, Farnham Royal sensational food, stylish surroundings and a lively and welcoming atmosphere awaits.
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The Emperor country pub and restaurant provides the highest standards of freshly cooked food from our new Head Chef, a wide range of drinks and effortless service. Soft modern furnishings complement the traditional building features, creating a warm, inviting feel. A pub with pub values offered with style, charisma and personality.
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Traditional Sunday Roasts from 12 noon to 6pm
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