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GREETINGS FROM THE ORGANISERS Welcome to the Fourteenth Worcester CAMRA Beer, Cider and Perry Festival. The unimaginable is not only imaginable it may even be possible this year. What could we be talking about? A festival not only with no rain but also with blue skies and heat wave temperatures! There, I’ve said it but it may well happen and if it does please remember to slap on the sun cream and keep hydrated (and yes that does mean having the odd soft drink). Sadly we have seen two festival contributors pass away since the last festival. Mike Lee was a very keen volunteer and supporter of CAMRA. He often served behind the beer bar sometimes dressed as Herr Flick. And Malcolm Kay (Beery Bits and Bobs) was a regular at many CAMRA festivals around the country with his stall of comical t-shirts and beer related paraphernalia. They will both be sadly missed. All of the Worcester CAMRA Beer, Cider and Perry Festivals have been able to make large donations to local charities, thanks to the generosity of you, the drinking public who put leftover tokens in the charity box on the way out. Last year we were able to give £3,201.28, which was divided between the Midlands Air Ambulance, St. Richards Hospice and Cancer Research UK. On

behalf of these charities thank you for your generosity. This year we are supporting the Midlands Air Ambulance, Kidney Research UK and Worcester Snoezelen. Please help us to try and beat lasts year’s donations by putting your unused tokens in the charity box at the entrance desk. The festival is run totally by unpaid volunteers who give up huge amounts of time to put on this magnificent event. We do try our best – but if we sometimes fail to meet professional standards, it’s because we’re not professionals! Please bear this in mind, especially during busy periods at the bar. We always need more helpers, so if you’re inspired to come along and help out next year please contact us through the web site. We always like to hear your views, good or bad, to help us plan future festivals. Comments can be left on the festival web site www.worcesterbeerfest.org.uk Above all, we hope you have a great time at the festival! Enjoy the drinks, try something new, enjoy the food, watch the bands, relax with your friends and take care on the way home! Cheers! Steve Chase and William Ottaway 2013 Festival Organisers

Special Thanks go to: Barbourne Cider, Merrylegs and the Worcester and Midlands Cold Store for all the help they have given us this year. Also, Mike Langhorne, Bridges Carvery, Worcester (DPS), Popes Brewery (Beer prize), Oliver’s Cider and Perry (Cider prize), Worcester Racecourse (Venue), The Bell, The Cricketers, The Dragon, Firefly, Huntingdon Hall and The Plough and Saracens Head (Ticket Sales), BBC Hereford and Worcester, Worcester News, Worcester Standard (Media and Publicity) Most of all thanks to all of the unpaid CAMRA volunteers who work so tirelessly to make this festival the roaring success that it is! Worcester Beer, Cider & Perry Festival Programme 2013 3


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Festival Guide At the Bar The ales, ciders and perries on the bars will be arranged in alphabetical order of the maker’s name. You will have to use your tokens to buy your beverage and any change due will be given to you in tokens.

Choosing your Beverage You may be overwhelmed with the options and unsure what to have. To help you out you can either use this programme, the information on the casks/tubs or if it’s not busy, ask one of the bar staff for advice, who will be more than happy to help.

The Programme Descriptions of the ales can be found in the programme. The ales are also colour coded both in the programme and on the front of the casks to show the style.

Mild Bitter (up to 5%) Strong (over 5%)

date as possible but please bear with us during busy periods. Use your browser to go to worcesterbeerfest.org/drinks.

Getting Low on Tokens Additional tokens can be obtained at the extra tokens desk near the marquee entrance.

Joining CAMRA If you are not already a CAMRA member please consider joining at the Fullers CAMRA membership stand. Not only will you be joining the largest independent voluntary consumer campaigning organisation in the country with over 140,000 members and helping to protect breweries, pubs and drinkers rights you will receive £20’s worth of Wetherspoons vouchers (sent in the post), a monthly newsletter, reduced admission charges to most CAMRA festivals and access to many social trips to pubs and breweries around the country.

Leaving the Festival When leaving please consider supporting this years charities (The Midlands Air Ambulance, Kidney Research UK and Worcester Snoezelen) by putting unused tokens into the charity box by the exit. Alternatively, you can cash your tokens in at the additional tokens desk.

Stout/Porter Golden ales & Lager Speciality (unusual ingredients e.g. fruit) There is also a beer at a glance page in the programme that groups all like beers together which you can use as a quick reference. All beers from within 30 miles of the racecourse are identified by

Ale Cask Labels In addition to the colour coding the casks are labelled showing the description of the ale and its ABV percentage. There will also be some cask labels with a ‘LocALe’ logo.

Real Time Drinks Menu For those of you with smart phones, or even a laptop if you brought one with you, you can access the festival ‘drinks menu’ where you can search the beers, ciders and perries to see what is currently available. We will endeavour to keep this as up to

Carrier bags will be available for you to put your souvenir glass in to take home. Please respect the local residents by leaving quietly and in an orderly manner.

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FESTIVAL ENTERTAINMENT

LIVE MUSIC AT THE FESTIVAL

THURSDAY EVENING

Jasper In The Company Of Others An original alternative rock band from Worcester and Derby. Their set includes some acoustic songs.

Black Room Fiasco Black Room Fiasco are a 4 piece alternative rock band based in Leicester. With a mainstream rock/grunge sound and a collection of well written/ catchy songs that will appeal to a mixture of different music listeners, Black Room Fiasco are definitely a band worth looking out for.

Liberty Lies Liberty Lies are a five piece alternative hard rock band from the Black Country. Having spent 2012 6

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touring Europe with the likes of Shinedown and Halestorm, the band have recently finished recording their debut album ‘REFLECTIONS’. Performing covers and original songs Liberty Lies are a great band to end the night.

FRIDAY EVENING Suzi And The Backbeats A covers band playing rock, blues and pop music. Suzi, James, William and Oliver guarantee to make you dance and groove! With a great sound, Suzi & The Backbeats are shocking audiences with their electrical prescence and dynamic set.

Steve Gibbons & C-Jam Our headlining band for 2013. Steve Gibbons is well known performer having had several hit records including Tulane. This will be a performance to remember.


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FESTIVAL ENTERTAINMENT Mark Leedham

SATURDAY DAY TIME

From Worcester a singer guitarist performing original songs.

Kevin Underwood Blues/Rock Artist Kevin Underwood begins our Saturday's music with his mighty fine and authentic Blues Rock! Soulful vocals and a sound full of good ole vibes.

Bethan And The Morgans A folk/country/pop band based in the West Midlands. Combining their folk/pop influences with original songwriting and rich three part harmony, Bethan and the Morgans create a diverse and exciting live sound.

SATURDAY EVENING Robster And Lee & Friends A local acoustic band performing covers and original songs

Outland Slickers Outland Slickers are an acoustic duo from Droitwich, Worcestershire with a unique blend of their own folk/acoustic music, combined with popular covers.

Swing From Paris Swing from Paris brings the sounds of a chic Parisian café and the French jazz. With violin, guitars and double bass, expect stylish jazz & vintage swing – all with the sounds of the streets of Paris.

The Vibe The Vibe is a highly accomplished 7-piece rock covers band from Cheltenham, Playing a blend of Pop, Rock, Soul, Funk and Disco covers from the great artists of today and yesterday.  The Vibe return to us by popular demand after their great success last year.

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Eight Real Ales, Local Cider And Perry Belgian And American Beers, Premium Soft Drinks, Fruit Wine, Custom Made Liquors. A selection of food is served daily: Sunday Lunches, Pie And Mash, Homemade Desserts along with Traditional Pub Snacks, Handmade Scotch Eggs, Pickled Eggs, Tyrells, Pork Scratchings And Pork Pies. Open Monday to Sunday 11am - 11pm

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Turn your take-out into a take-in! We’ll provide plates and Cutlery, and even do the washing up for you afterwards. What better way to enjoy your meal than with a pint of our finest ale?


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HOPYARDS OF THE MIDLANDS

Beers from the Hopshires - Britains Best Kept Secret

The hopyards of the Midlands produce more than half of the hops grown in the UK, but most beer drinkers are unaware that they exist. British hop varieties, from the venerable Fuggle and Goldings to the newcomers Sovereign and First Gold with many others beside, give the signature aroma and flavour of a British beer. They define traditional beer styles and can be used to thrilling effect in beers that are completely modern. During the 2013 hop harvest (Sept to Oct) local brewers will be invited to brew at least one beer containing only hops grown in the hopshires (Herefordshire, Worcestershire and Shropshire). It is hoped that this will become a unique regional identity and a message that, for the brewers involved, British hops are vital for the future of British brewing.

The Green Hop Festival 11-13 October, The Talbot, Knightwick Flavours of Herefordshire Food Festival 2 – 3 November, Location TBC For further information contact Chris Gooch 07792 394151 or email fromthehopshires@hotmail.co.uk

The Breweries already involved are: Ambridge Brewery, Bewdley Brewery, Cannon Royall Brewery, The Firefly, The Friday Beer Co., Hereford Brewery, Hobsons Brewery, Ledbury Brewery, Malvern Hills Brewery, Mayfields Brewery, Pope’s Brewing Co., St. Georges Brewery, Teme Valley Brewery, The Worcester City Brewery Co. and Wye Valley Brewery. The beers will be available at pubs throughout the Midlands during the autumn and the enterprise behind this initiative will be presenting directly to the public at: The Bromyard Hop Festival 31 August, Bromyard Town Centre Ludlow Food festival 13 –15 September

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THE BEER LIST The ales are colour coded both in the programme and on the front of the casks to show the type of beer.

Night Porter No description available.

Mild Bitter (up to 5%)

Stout/Porter Golden ales & Lager Speciality (unusual ingredients e.g. fruit) All beers from within 30 miles of the racecourse are identified by

4Ts Warrington, Cheshire Keep Calm 3.7% Pale refreshing beer. Smooth tasting. Very quaffable. Abbeydale Sheffield, S. Yorks Black Mass 6.6% Dark ruby ale with rich, creamy head. Aromas of dark chocolate, coffee and burnt toast. Lingering bitter finish.

Golden IPA 4.8% Golden ale hopped with Citra, Calypso and Centennial hops to create an intensely fresh hoppy aroma. Angel Ales Halesowen, W. Mids Angel Ale 4.1% Ultra pale and intensely hopped bitter with citrus nose, made with organic malt and Citra hops Kismet 4.0% Pale summer beer with a hint of strawberry. Axholme Luddington, Lincs Isle Pale Ale 4.1% Fresh and floral English pale ale. Plum Dunkelweizen No description available.

4.7%

B&T Shefford, Beds Cosmic Unconsciousness5.0% Dark golden/copper. Fruity aroma with fruit to taste. Refreshing, bitter finish.

3.7%

Fat Sprat 3.8% Pale amber summer beer. Lovely grapefruit aroma with some spicy notes from three types of hop (Columbus, Chinook and Summit). Brewed to support the work of the Marine Conservation Society. Gunhill 4.0% Dark ruby beer, a cross between a dark mild and a brown ale using four different types of malt to bring out toffee, chocolate and spicy flavours. Ales of Scilly St Mary's, Isles of Scilly Scuppered 4.6% The aroma is of fruit and hops, leading to a rich, malty, creamy taste balanced by hops. An initial burst of sweetness is followed by an increasing bitterness on the tongue. A 2013 Suggestabeer from Nigel Heywood.

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5.2%

Andwell Hook, Hants Ruddy Darter 4.8% Chestnut brown premium ale. Rich fruit and spice on the nose; fruity, dry finish.

Strong (over 5%)

Adnams Southwold, Suffolk Southwold Bitter No description available.

Ambridge Inkberrow, Worcs Just Jane 3.9% No description available.

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Backyard Walsall, W. Mids Summer Gold 4.0% Blonde/golden straw summer ale. Aroma of ginger, lime and spice. Light refreshing flavour. Blonde 4.1% Platinum blonde bitter, citrus and pine nose with dry, crisp and hoppy taste. Bath Ales Bath Summers Hare 3.9% Light and hoppy seasonal beer, brewed with Bramling Cross hops from the UK and Chinook hops from the US. Spicy aroma, malty yet dry finish. Binghams Basingstoke, Berks Ginger Doodle Stout 5.0% Dark stout infused with root ginger


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THE BEER LIST Birds Bromsgrove, Worcs Eureka 3.6% Pale straw coloured ale brewed with Hersbrucker hops to give a hoppy slightly bitter finish to balance the delicate maltiness from the extra pale malt. Mild High No description available.

3.7%

Skulduggery No description available.

5.2%

Black Paw Bishop Auckland, Durham Polar Paw 4.4% Light, refreshing, pale gold beer with crisp citrus notes, this satisfying brew is perfect for lazy summer evenings. Blue Monkey Giltbrook, Notts Guerilla 4.9% Hearty beer full of malty complexity balanced by a robust bitter bite. Box Steam Colerne, Wilts Derail Ale 5.2% Hoppy traditional India Pale Ale. Intense floral aroma with well balanced bitterness. Bradfield Sheffield, S. Yorks Blueberry Ale No description available.

4.4%

Celt Experience Caerphilly, Glamorgan Castell Coch 4.7% Red copper coloured. Nutty and malty aromas with some lemon and raisins. Chocolate malt and melon to taste. Coach House Warrington, Cheshire Banoffee 4.2% Pale beer with a hint of banoffee pie! So look out for the bananas and toffee. Cotswold Lion Coberley, Glos Shepherd's Delight 3.6% Light ale, crisp and full of citrus flavours. A 2013 Suggestabeer from John Bloomfield. Cotswold Spring Chipping Sodbury, Glos Stunner 4.0% Straw coloured ale with mouth filling malt, complemented by a lovely tropical fruitiness on the nose and palate, Long refreshing finish. Aviator 5.0% Cool, crisp and refreshing Kolsch-style lager. Craddocks Stourbridge, W. Mids Crazy Sheep 4.5% No description available. Capra No description available.

5.0%

Brewsters Grantham, Lincs Hopadoodledoo 4.3% Copper coloured ale brewed with four malts and three hops. Full bodied and fruity hop character.

Cullercoats Cullercoats, Tyne and Wear Shuggy Boat Blonde 3.8% Refreshing blonde beer made with Challenger, Brambling Cross and Cascade English hops.

Cairngorm Aviemore, Highlands Trade Winds 4.3% A massive citrus fruit, hop and elderflower nose leads to hints of grapefruit and apricot in the mouth. The exceptional bittersweetness in the taste lasts through the long, lingering aftertaste.

Jack the Devil 4.5% Dark chestnut ale. Perfect balance of malty nuttiness and a fresh hoppy aroma.

Cannon Royall Uphampton, Worcs Kings Shilling 3.6% Golden bitter that packs a hoppy punch throughout. A 2013 Suggestabeer from Jack Brown Royal Canadian 3.7% Rich yet smooth mild with chocolate overtones. Blonde Bombshell Easy drinking summer ale.

4.3%

Castle Rock Nottingham Honey Bee 4.8% Amber ale, brewed with Endeavour hops and honey. Subtle sweetness and spice.

Cumberland Carlisle, Cumbria Corby Ale 3.8% Session ale with malt and biscuit notes. Delicate hop aroma and refreshing citrus hop aftertaste. Dark Star Haywards Heath, W. Sussex Art of Darkness 3.5% Classic roasted flavours along with a hint of sweetness. Warrior hops along with fine aroma hops create fruit and spice flavours.

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Dark Star Haywards Heath, W. Sussex Sunburst 4.8% Initial sweetness adds to fruitiness and grapefruit tang of this summer ale without detracting from its clean flavour and rich hop aroma.

15th Annual Bewdley Beer Festival 22nd – 25th August

Deverell Grays, Essex Tall Hot Blonde 4.0% Hazy amber/blonde coloured ale. Light hops, moderate bitter finish. Dickensian Roden, Shrops Martin Guzzle Wit 4.2% Blonde ale using American yeast with low colour malt for a light crisp finish.

St. Georges Hall, Bewdley (in small car park off Load St) www.bewdleybeerfestival.co.uk

Dow Bridge Catthorpe, Leics Bonum Mild 3.5% Complex, dark, full flavoured traditional mild. Strong malt and roast flavours lead to a long satisfying finish.

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Downton Downton, Wilts Calypso Collapso 5.3% Single hop pale strong bitter with aromatic notes of pear, lemon and lime. The powerful hops are tempered by the sweetness of 10% maize. Dunham Massey Altrincham, Cheshire Chocolate Cherry Mild 3.8% Smooth easy drinking mild with a dry hint of cherry that cuts through the malt flavours. Dunscar Bridge Bolton, Lancs Rialto 47 3.9% Golden, fruity all American full bodied taste.

Opening Hours Monday to Saturday 12noon - 11pm Sundays 12noon - 10.30pm Situated in the historic quarter of the city, the Cardinal’s Hat is just a five minute stroll from the cathedral. Serving a great selection of craft and cask ales and Artisan cheeses.

Elland Elland, W. Yorks Aphrodite 4.6% Delicious floral bitter with a light fruity note and a hint of toasty maltiness. 1872 Porter 6.5% Champion Winter Beer of Britain 2013. Rich, complex and dark porter, with an old port nose and coffee and bitter chocolate flavours on the palate. A 2013 Suggestabeer from Daryl Jenkins. Enville Stourbridge, W. Mids Kasitra 3.5% American style pale ale bursting with hoppy flavour and belying its low alcohol content. Cherry Blonde 4.2% Light blonde Belgian style fruit beer with essence of cherries. Dry, hoppy and refreshing at the finish.

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THE BEER LIST Exmoor Wiveliscombe, Somerset Gold 4.5% Yellow/golden best bitter with a good balance of malt and fruity hop on the nose and the palate. The sweetness follows through an ultimately more bitter finish. A 2013 Suggestabeer from Viv and Martyn Clarke of Worcester. Beast 6.6% Strong willed, full bodied dark porter. Dark mahogany brown, lush aromas of toffee, treacle, Mocha coffee, vinous fruit. More complexity on the palate. Bittersweet finish, rich but not cloying. Fat Cat Norwich Honey Ale 4.3% Crafted using Norfolk Honey. Marmalade Cat 5.5% Burnished copper in colour. English pale malt blended with speciality Munich malt and Goldings and Progress hops to create a smooth, long lasting finish. Firefly Worcester beer1 No description available. beer2 No description available. Friday Beer Co Malvern, Worcs Black Hill Stout 4.7% Smooth sweet stout, full of complex malty flavours. Gold 5.6% Refreshing golden ale made with a combination of English and American hops to create a smooth beer with slight taste of citrus. Fullers London London Pride 4.1% Malt is complemented by the citrus hop character in this well-balanced best bitter with a dry, bitter aftertaste that grows on drinking. Develops pleasant caramelised peel notes as beer ages. A 2013 Suggestabeer from Jack the Ladd. Fyne Cairndow, Argyll Jarl 3.8% Very pale yellow beer. Fruit dominates throughout including notes of kiwi fruit, grapefruit and lychees. Dry palate, zesty finish.

Gloucester Gloucester Priory Pale 3.7% Refreshing hoppy ale with citrus and tropical notes. Low ABV but big body. Grain Harleston, Norfolk India Pale Ale 6.0% Traditional strong and hoppy Indian pale ale, brewed with Maris Otter pale ale malt. Green Duck Stourbridge, W. Mids Duck or Grouse 4.5% No description available. Green Jack Lowestoft, Suffolk Summer Dream 4.0% Pale summer ale, floral, dry and hoppy brewed with hand picked elderflowers from the hedgerows of Norfolk and Suffolk. Baltic Trader Imperial Stout 10.5% Extra strong export stout. Smooth, rich and fruity with roasted coffee and vanilla flavours. Harviestoun Alva, Clacks Schiehallion 4.8% A Scottish cask lager, brewed using a lager yeast and Hersbrucker hops. A hoppy aroma, with fruit and malt, leads to a malty, bitter taste with floral hoppiness and a bitter finish. Hastings Hastings, E. Sussex Best 4.1% Tasty traditional best bitter. High House Farm Matfen, Northumberland Sundancer 3.6% Golden, thirst quenching beer, packed with flavours of summer berries. Pleasant biscuit finish. Highland Swanney, Orkney Dark Munro 4.0% Dark chocolate brown with some ruby. Intense roast followed by summer fruits to taste. Strong roast malt continues to the aftertaste. Hobsons Cleobury Mortimer, Worcs Mild 3.2% Classic mild; complex layers of taste come from roasted malt that predominate and give lots of flavour. Twisted Spire 3.6% Initial fizz and sweetness gives way to a burst of hop flavour which lasts to a crisp dry finish. Continued overleaf... Worcester Beer, Cider & Perry Festival Programme 2013 13


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THE BEER LIST Festival Ale 4.2% Pale ale originally brewed for the Ludlow Festival. Holdens Dudley, W. Mids Gandhi's Flipflop 3.8% In the style of an India Pale Ale using Progress hops and Optic malt for an underlying cereal taste, leading to a clean and crisp finish. Hop Back Salisbury, Wilts East Kent Goldings No description available.

4.3%

Hop Kettle Cricklade, Wilts Elderflower No description available.

4.0%

Southern Land Pale 5.1% Made with 100% Australian hops, heady aromas and pronounced flavours of melon, passion fruit, citrus and white peach. Ilkley Ilkley, W. Yorks Joshua Jane 3.7% Rich, nut brown Yorkshire ale, infused with US hops. Jennings Cockermouth, Cumbria Dark Mild 3.1% Dark brown mild with a malty aroma, strong roast taste, not over sweet. Kelburn Glasgow Jaguar 4.5% Golden full bodied ale with undertones of grapefruit and a long lasting citrus, hoppy aftertaste. Kelham Island Sheffield King of the Rocket Men 4.5% Pale golden ale with interesting blend of internationally sourced hops to give a refreshing, crisp light flavour. Kinver Kinver, Staffs Edge 4.2% Amber with a malty aroma. Sweet fruity start with a hint of citrus marmalade. Lasting hoppy finish that is satisfyingly bitter. Good NewZ 4.3% Brewed with three varieties of New Zealand hops. Light coloured, "pacifically" hoppy and bitter. Over The Edge 7.5% Light coloured winter warmer.

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Lincoln Green Hucknall, Notts Tuck 4.7% Well rounded porter with a hint of bitter chocolate and blackcurrant aroma. Llangorse Llangorse, Powys Maid for the High Life 4.8% Traditional old style Welsh ale with a combination of crystal, black and chocolate malts. Loch Lomond Alexandria, Strathclyde West Highland Way 3.7% Light ale with fruity flavours, sure to quench the thirst of any adventurer, no matter how long or short the walk. Ale of Leven 4.5% Amber in colour, brewed with maris otter and crystal malts. Easy drinking beer with sweet and spicy bitterness. Lodden Dunsden, Oxon Check Mate 4.8% In the style of a Czech pilsner, made with lager malt and Saaz hops but brewed using an ale yeast. Long Man Littington, E.Sussex Long Blonde 3.8% Light coloured golden ale with distinctive hoppy aroma and crisp clean bitterness on the finish. Smooth, light and refreshing. American Pale Ale 4.8% Made using only the choicest US hops, this triple-hopped APA has a pleasant citrus fruit aroma and characteristic robust bitterness. Ludlow Ludlow, Shrops Boiling Well 4.7% Auburn chestnut beer, grassy aroma of autumn fruit with sweet then dry taste. A 2013 Suggestabeer from Andrew Parry. Stairway 5.0% Honey gold complexion, citrus floral aroma, unusual use of Sladek lagering hops. Lytham Lytham, Lancs Gold 4.2% Golden beer with a fruity aroma and lasting bitter finish. Stout 4.6% Velvety stout with a wonderful rich dark colour. Subtle bitterness giving way to late sweetness and underlying roast barley hints.


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THE BEER LIST Malvern Hills Malvern, Worcs Swedish Nightingale 4.0% Brewed in commemoration of the 125th anniversary of Jenny Lind's death. Light and hoppy, imparting a floral nose leading to citrus flavours. Dodgy Banker 4.1% Very pale ale, easily suppable, lingering but light mouthfeel. Arty Pharty No description available.

4.1%

Marble Manchester Ginger Marble 4.5% Full bodied copper beer displaying a delicate blend of cloves, coriander and heaps of fiery ginger. Dobber 5.9% Dark golden India pale ale. Pronounced New Zealand hop character and smooth biscuit base, offset by fruit aroma. Marston Moor York Matchlock Mild 4.0% Traditional full flavoured dark mild.

Marstons Burton-on-Trent, Staffs Single Hop: Endeavour 4.0% Made with the hedgerow Endeavour hop from Herefordshire, imparting a familiar English bitterness with subtle dark fruit and citrus in the background. A 2013 Suggestabeer from David Scott. (Well, sort of, David actually wanted Amarillo but that's not the current single hop beer!) Old Empire 5.7% Golden in colour, tangy clean bitterness, strong hoppy taste. Mayfields Leominster, Herefs Marches Gold 4.3% A unique blend of Herefordshire hops, including Fuggles and the trial hop Minstrel. Delicious golden ale with sweeter malt flavours, leading to a dry, moreish finish. Simply Summer 3.7% Pale and refreshing citrus ale. Mighty Oak Maldon, Essex Oscar Wilde 3.7% Mellow, nutty, moreish dark mild. Champion Beer of Britain 2011. Continued overleaf...

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THE BEER LIST Milestone Newark, Notts Raspberry Wheat Beer 5.6% Continental style fruit beer, Mouth filling fruit, with zingy finish. Moorhouses Burnley, Lancs Pure Witch 4.0% Pure golden ale. Taste full of malt biscuit with ripe peach and pear fruit overtones. Navigation Nottingham Golden 4.3% Golden in colour with fruit and malt on the nose, satisfying biscuit flavours and lasting malty aftertaste.

Otley Pontypridd, S. Wales Thai-Bo 4.6% A clear wheat beer flavoured with Sorachi Ace hops, lime peel, lime leaf, lemongrass and galangal. Beer of the Festival at Worcester 2012. O9 Blonde 4.8% Wheat beer spiced with roasted orange peel, cloves and coriander. Hop Angeles American red ale.

4.8%

Otter Honiton, Devon Head 5.8% Malt fruit sweet flavour giving way to a long bittersweet aftertaste.

Nine Standards Kirkby Stephen, Cumbria Double Standard Porter 4.7% Robust porter with initial caramel and coffee notes overlaid with a hint of smoke. Lingering aftertaste leading to a dry finish.

Outlaw Knaresborough, N. Yorks Low Life 2.8% Bags of flavour for its ABV. Brewed with American and New Zealand hops and five malts.

Nook Holmfirth, W.Yorks Skyblue Blonde 4.5% Light blueberry flavours offset the citrus finish.

Outstanding Bury, Lancs Imperial IPA 7.4% Golden, strong, implausibly hopped.

North Star Ilkeston, Derbys Trailblazer 4.5% Pale golden ale brewed with Challenger, Chinook and Willamette hops.

Peerless Birkenhead, Wirral Crystal Maze 4.4% Ruby ale, good bitterness and a hint of fruit on the nose.

Oakham Peterborough, Cambs Bishops Farewell 4.6% Premium ale dominated by elaborate fruity hop notes, with grainy background and dry finish.

Jinja Ninja 4.6% Fiery ginger beer made with fresh root ginger, chilli and lemon.

Tranquility 6.5% Golden beer, blasting off with powerful grapefruit and citrus aromas and flavours, touching down with an intense and satisfying bitter finish. Oakleaf Gosport, Hants Nelson's Oak 5.0% Pale beer brewed with Sauvin hops. O'Hanlons Whimple, Devon Goldblade 4.0% Wheat beer that delights beer lovers and simply amazes lager drinkers with its fine citrus taste. Formerly known as "Double Champion Wheat" Old Dairy Rolvenden, Kent Gold Top 4.3% Combining British and continental malts to give a beer with good body, caramelised undertones and distinct gold colour. 16

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Storr Lager 4.8% Pale and hoppy cask pilsner. Fresh citrus hop finish and pleasant malt backbone. Pennine Batley, W. Yorks Sun Stone 4.4% Smooth malty and sweet on the palate, with a refreshing citrus kick and refined hoppy aftertaste. Straw coloured. Penpont Launceston, Cornwall An Howl 5.6% Powerfully hopped strong golden ale. Pheasantry Newark, Notts Best Bitter No description available.

3.9%

Phoenix Heywood, Lancs Monkeytown Mild 3.9% Traditional dark creamy mild


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THE BEER LIST Popes Worcester Hop Market 3.8% Hops take centre stage in this pale ale with big additions of Cascade and Dana, giving a pine, elderflower and grapefruit flavours. Clean drinking crisp session ale. Hive 4.2% Aromatic malts and Worcestershire Goldings hops give a distinctive light character. Honey from local hives provides subtle flavour and aroma. Hope and Glory 4.6% Malty and moreish. A quartet of malts create a symphony of flavours. Worcestershire Fuggles and Goldings add the high notes to this classic premium bitter. Potton Potton Sandy, Beds EXP No description available.

4.2%

Quantock Wellington, Somerset Wills Neck 4.3% Golden amber ale. Grapefruit and cherries on the nose, smooth lasting bitterness to finish.

Redemption London Big Chief 5.5% Big hoppy IPA, packed full of Kiwi hops with hints of honey and nectar. Tropical citrus and floral notes. Reedley Hallows Burnley, Lancs New Laund Dark 4.4% Dark stout. Sweet at first with a smoky bitter finish. Revolutions Castleford, W. Yorks Clash London Porter 4.5% Classic English ale, given an American twist. Complex malt character, medium bodied and moderate levels of bitterness. Robinsons Stockport Trooper 4.8% Deep golden beer inspired by Iron Maiden! Malt flavours and citrus notes from Bobek, Goldings and Cascade hops with a subtle hint of lemon. A 2013 Suggestabeer from Sean Doona and Katie Walker. Roosters Knaresborough, N. Yorks Stonehill 4.3% No description available.

Quartz Kings Bromley, Staffs Inaugural 4.8% A new cask conditioned lager brewed using German hops to give a crisp, herbal taste and aroma.

Rudgate Tockwith, N. Yorks RRR (Rare Racy Rack) 4.3% Golden brown with balanced bitterness and a fresh grapefruit nose.

Ramsgate Broadstairs, Kent Seasider 4.3% Mellow easy drinking ale brewed with a little crystal malt and a lot of Goldings hops. Some malt in the body.

Sadlers Lye, W. Mids Sun Catcher 4.5% Rich deep golden ale with intense Magnum hop bitterness, finishing in a cascade of flowery grapefruit.

She Sells Seashells 4.7% Exceptionally light, hoppy drinkability. Clean, fresh bitterness and gorgeous, zesty hop flavour. Raw Staveley, Derbys Hop Rush No description available.

4.8%

RCH Weston-s-Mare, Somerset Old Slug Porter 4.5% Chocolate, coffee, roast malt and hops with lots of body and dark fruits. Complex, rich beer, dark brown in colour. Rebellion Marlow, Bucks Mild Traditional dark mild.

4.5%

Dr Hardwicke's Double IPA 8.5% A continuously hopped 85 minute IPA brewed with copious amounts of American hops. Salisbury Salisbury, Wilts English Ale 4.1% Traditional best bitter with delicious malt notes and a subtle depth of hop character. Salopian Shrewsbury, Shrops Hop Twister 4.5% Fresh, piercing palate, with soft malt overtones and pronounced citrus flavours. Lemon and grapefruit on the finish. A 2013 Suggestabeer from David Scott.

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THE BEER LIST Boomerang 6.9% A surge of pine engulfs the palate while hints of orange and watermelon cascade across a dry and bitter landscape. Long finish, defined with a hint of sweetness. Saltaire Shipley, W. Yorks Elderflower Blonde 4.0% Refreshing blonde ale delicately infused with the flavour of elderflower. A 2013 Suggestabeer from Angela Lea. Hazelnut Coffee Porter 4.6% Smooth dark red porter with German malts and hops. Additions of fresh ground coffee and roast hazelnut syrup give depth and complexity. Sarah Hughes Dudley, W. Mids Dark Ruby 6.0% Dark ruby strong ale with a good balance of fruit and hops, leading to a pleasant, lingering hops and malt finish. A 2013 Suggestabeer from Wendy Jamieson-Price. Scarborough Scarborough, E. Yorks Cascades 4.1% Pale beer with Cascade hops. American Pale 5.0% Pale ale using American hops and yeast. Settle Kirkby Stephen, Cumbria Signal Light 3.4% Delicate straw coloured ale. Subtle blend of fruit and spice flavours with citrus overtones. Shepherd Neame Faversham, Kent Kent's Best 4.1% Amber coloured bitter, merging biscuity sweetness of English malt with fruity, floral bitterness of Kentish hops. Toffee and spice in the nose, dry taste. Skinners Truro, Cornwall Ginger Tosser 3.8% Hoppy golden ale, fused with Cornish honey, giving a superb round finish with a hint of ginger. Lushingtons 4.2% Refreshing pale summer ale from blend of American hops. Slaters Eccleshall, Staffs Maravilla 4.5% Staffordshire Mara Villa raspberries are added late in the brewing process to give a subtle raspberry edge. 18

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South Hams Kingsbridge, Devon Hopnosis 4.5% Golden beer with hoppy fruits in the aroma, taste and lingering finish. Southport Southport, Lancs Hurrricane Gold No description available.

4.0%

Springhead Newark, Notts Bees Knees 3.9% Light golden beer made with local wildflower honey. Ginger Pig 4.4% Delicate flavour with hint of ginger and rosemary. Maris Otter pale malt and Northdown hops. St Austell St Austell, Cornwall Trelawny Ale 3.8% No description available. Black Prince 4.0% Deep, dark and intriguing mild, full bodied fruity flavour. St Georges Callow End, Worcs White Dragon 3.8% No description available. Roundel No description available.

4.2%

Stonehouse Oswestry, Shrops Kiwi Pale Ale 4.6% Crisp pale ale, made using Green Bullet hops from New Zealand for a distinctive herby, floral note. Strathaven Strathaven, Lanarks Midnight Walk 4.0% Pale ale with a fruity aroma and light malt finish. Stroud Stroud, Glos Alederflower 4.2% Creamy pale ale infused with elderflowers picked on a local organic farm. Organic Premium Lager 6.0% No description available. Sunny Republic Winterbourne Kingston, Dorset Huna Red 4.2% Beautifully red hued, smooth drinking ale with fruit and berry aromas. Brewed with Hibiscus flowers.

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The Hop Pole Friar Street, Droitwich Open 12noon - 11pm Sunday 12noon - 10.30pm

Great Value Lunches - ÂŁ3.75 Wye Valley HPA and Butty Bach plus guest ales. A traditional pub that offers a friendly atmosphere and staff who are always pleased to see you. Enjoy the rustic oak beams and the charm that comes with a building that is over 300 years old.

01905 770155

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BEERS AT A GLANCE Milds Birds Mild High 3.7% Cannon Royall Royal Canadian 3.7% Dark Star Art of Darkness 3.5% Dow Bridge Bonum Mild 3.5% Dunham Massey Chocolate Cherry 3.8% Highland Dark Munro 4.0% Hobsons Mild 3.2% Jennings Dark Mild 4.3% Marston Moor Matchlock Mild 4.0% Marstons Old Empire 5.7% Mighty Oak Oscar Wilde 3.7% Phoenix Monkeytown Mild 3.9% Penpont An Howl 5.6% Rebellion Mild 4.5% Sadlers Dr Hardwicke's Double IPA 8.5% Salopian Boomerang 6.9% Sarah Hughes Dark Ruby 6.0% St Austell Black Prince 4.0% Vale Black Swan Mild 3.9% Bitters Adnams Southwold Bitter 3.7% Adnams Fat Sprat 3.8% Adnams Gunhill 4.0% Ales of Scilly Scuppered 4.6% Ambridge Just Jane 3.9% Andwell Ruddy Darter 4.8% Andwell Golden IPA 4.8% Angel Ales Kismet 4.0% Axholme Isle Pale Ale 4.1% Backyard Summer Gold 4.0% Birds Eureka 3.6% Brewsters Hopadoodledoo 4.3% Cannon Royall Kings Shilling 3.6% Cannon Royall Blonde Bombshell 4.3% Celt Experience Castell Coch 4.7% Cotswold Lion Shepherd’s Delight 3.6% Cotswold Spring Stunner 4.0% Cullercoats Shuggy Boat Blonde 3.8% Cullercoats Jack the Devil 4.5% Cumberland Corby Ale 3.8% Dark Star Sunburst 4.8% Deverell Tall Hot Blonde 4.0% 20

Dunscar Bridge Rialto 47 3.9% Elland Aphrodite 4.6% Enville Kasitra 3.5% Fullers London Pride 4.1% Fyne Jarl 3.8% Gloucester Priory Pale 3.7% Hastings Best 4.1% High House Farm Sundancer 3.6% Hobsons Twisted Spire 3.6% Hobsons Festival Ale 4.2% Holdens Gandhi’s Flipflop 3.8% Hop Back East Kent Goldings 4.3% Ilkley Joshua Jane 3.7% Kelburn Jaguar 4.5% Kinver Edge 4.2% Kinver Good NewZ 4.3% Llangorse Maid for the High Life 4.8% Loch Lomond West Highland Way 3.7% Loch Lomond Ale of Leven 4.5% Long Man Long Blonde 3.8% Long Man American Pale Ale 4.8% Ludlow Boiling Well 4.7% Lytham Gold 4.2% Marstons Single Hop: Endeavour 4.0% Mayfields Marches Gold 4.3% Mayfields Simply Summer 3.7% Moorhouses Pure Witch 4.0% Otley Hop Angeles 4.8% Outlaw Low Life 2.8% Peerless Crystal Maze 4.4% Pennine Sun Stone 4.4% Pheasantry Best Bitter 3.9% Popes Hop Market 3.8% Popes Hope and Glory 4.6% Potton EXP 4.2% Quantock Wills Neck 4.3% Raw Hop Rush 4.8% Robinsons Trooper 4.8% Roosters Stonehill 4.3% Rudgate RRR (Rare Racy Rack) 4.3% Salisbury English Ale 4.1% Scarborough American Pale 5.0% Settle Signal Light 3.4% Shepherd Neame Kent's Best 4.1% Skinners Lushingtons 4.2%

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St Austell Trelawny Ale 3.8% St Georges White Dragon 3.8% St Georges Roundel 4.2% Stonehouse Kiwi Pale Ale 4.6% Teme Valley Summer Knights 3.7% Green Duck Duck or Grouse 4.5% Tom Wood Lincoln Gold 4.0% Walls Explorer IPA 4.7% Whale Ale Pale Whale 3.6% Whale Ale Ruby Moby 4.0% WharfeBank Hops of the World Sylva 4.3% Wolf Sirius Dog Star 4.4% Worcester Beer Co Gyle 2 4.0% Worcester Beer Co Gyle 1 4.5% Wye Valley Dorothy Goodbody’s Golden Ale 4.2% Wye Valley Butty Bach 4.5% Wyre Piddle Piddle in the Hole 3.9% Strong Bitters over 5% Abbeydale Black Mass 6.6% B&T Cosmic Unconsciousness 5.0% Birds Skulduggery 5.2% Box Steam Derail Ale 5.2% Craddocks Capra 5.0% Downton Calypso Collapso 5.3% Exmoor Beast 6.6% Fat Cat Marmalade Cat 5.5% Friday Beer Co Gold 5.6% Grain India Pale Ale 6.0% Hop Kettle Southern Land Pale 5.1% Kinver Over The Edge 7.5% Ludlow Stairway 5.0% Marble Dobber 5.9% Oakleaf Nelson's Oak 5.0% Oakleaf Nelson's Oak 5.0% Otter Head 5.8% Outstanding Imperial IPA 7.4% Redemption Big Chief 5.5% Sunny Republic Hop Dog 5.5% Thornbridge Jaipur IPA 5.9% Titanic Nine Tenths Below 5.9% Triple FFF Jabberwocky 5.0% Williams Bros Seven Giraffes 5.1%


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BEERS AT A GLANCE Stouts and Porters Ambridge Night Porter 5.2% Binghams Ginger Doodle Stout 5.0% Blue Monkey Guerilla 4.9% Elland 1872 Porter 6.5%\ Friday Beer Co Black Hill Stout 4.7% Green Jack Baltic Trader Imperial Stout 10.5% Lincoln Green Tuck 4.7% Lytham Stout 4.6% Nine Standards Double Standard Porter 4.7% RCH Old Slug Porter 4.5% Reedley Hallows New Laund Dark 4.4% Revolutions Clash London Porter 4.5% Saltaire Hazelnut Coffee Porter 4.6% Teme Valley Reveille 4.3% Titanic Cappuccino Stout 4.5% Wooden Hand Black Pearl 4.5% Golden ales & Lagers 4Ts Keep Calm 3.7% Backyard Blonde 4.1% Bath Ales Summers Hare 3.9% Black Paw Polar Paw 4.4% Cotswold Spring Aviator 5.0% Craddocks Crazy Sheep 4.5% Dickensian Martin Guzzle Wit 4.2% Exmoor Gold 4.5% Firefly beer1 Firefly beer2 Harviestoun Schiehallion 4.8% Kelham Island King of the Rocket Men 4.5% Lodden Check Mate 4.8% Malvern Hills Swedish Nightingale 4.0% Malvern Hills Dodgy Banker 4.1% Malvern Hills Arty Pharty 4.1% Navigation Golden 4.3% North Star Trailblazer 4.5% Oakham Bishops Farewell 4.6% Oakham Tranquility 6.5% Old Dairy Gold Top 4.3%

Peerless Storr Lager 4.8% Quartz Inaugural 4.8% Ramsgate Seasider 4.3% Ramsgate She Sells Seashells 4.7% Sadlers Sun Catcher 4.5% Salopian Hop Twister 4.5% Scarborough Cascades 4.1% South Hams Hopnosis 4.5% Southport Hurrricane Gold 4.0% Strathaven Midnight Walk 4.0% Stroud Organic Premium Lager 6.0% Tirril Pennine Pilsner 4.0% Tynebank Single Blonde 3.5% WharfeBank Summer Ale 4.3% Williams Bros Birds and Bees 4.3% Wood Street Loblolly Bay 4.3%

Milestone Raspberry Wheat Beer 5.6% Nook Skyblue Blonde 4.5% O'Hanlons Goldblade 4.0% Otley Thai-Bo 4.6% Otley O9 Blonde 4.8% Peerless Jinja Ninja 4.6% Popes Hive 4.2% Saltaire Elderflower Blonde 4.0% Skinners Ginger Tosser 3.8% Slaters Maravilla 4.5% Springhead Bees Knees 3.9% Springhead Ginger Pig 4.4% Stroud Alederflower 4.2% Sunny Republic Huna Red 4.2% Wolf Lavender Honey 3.7%

Speciality Brewed Angel Ales Elderflower 3.6% Axholme Plum Dunkelweizen 4.7% Bradfield Blueberry Ale 4.4% Cairngorm Trade Winds 4.3% Castle Rock Honey Bee 4.8% Coach House Banoffee 4.2% Enville Cherry Blonde 4.2% Fat Cat Honey Ale 4.3% Green Jack Summer Dream 4.0% Hop Kettle Elderflower 4.0% Marble Ginger Marble 4.5%

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THE BEER LIST Hop Dog 5.5% Citrus dominated IPA. Enduring bitter finish. Back end taste and aromas of tropical fruits giving the sensation of being smacked in the mouth with a jar of marmalade. Teme Valley Knightwick, Worcs Summer Knights 3.7% Dark coloured refreshing summer beer. Reveille A very traditional stout.

4.3%

Thornbridge Thornbridge, Derbys Jaipur IPA 5.9% Complex, well-balanced IPA with a lovely blend of citrus and fruit flavours mixed with a slight sweetness and ending with a lingering, bitter finish. Tirril Appleby-in-Westmorland, Cumbria Pennine Pilsner 4.0% Top fermented lager flavoured with Czech Saaz hops. Titanic Burslem, Staffs Cappuccino Stout 4.5% The original dry Titanic stout combined with the flavours of warm, enveloping smooth cappuccino. Nine Tenths Below 5.9% Honey golden beer, delighting the palate with initial sweetness that fades rapidly to let powerful citrus hops take over. Tom Wood Barnetby, Lincs Lincoln Gold 4.0% Pale bitter combining lager and traditional ale malts with English grown Cascade and Pilgrim hops. The result is a fruity aroma, slightly zesty flavour but still with some malt. Triple FFF Alton, Hants Jabberwocky A black IPA.

5.0%

Walls Northallerton, N. Yorks Explorer IPA 4.7% Traditional style IPA, darker in colour from its modern counterparts, brewed with Kent hops. Whale Ale Brailes, Warwicks Pale Whale 3.6% Straw coloured ale brewed with Maris Otter pale malt and finest British hops. Some honey in the aroma with grapefruit and elderflower in the taste. Ruby Moby 4.0% Ruby coloured ale made with pale malt, crystal malt, wheat malt and roasted barley. Somewhat nutty yet sweet taste. WharfeBank Wharfedale, W. Yorks Hops of the World - Sylva 4.3% No description available. Summer Ale 4.3% Pale golden beer ideal for supping in a summer beer garden (or at Worcester Beer Festival!). Williams Bros Alloa, Clacks Birds and Bees 4.3% Bright golden ale; a blend of pale malt, Cascade and Bobek hops with a late infusion of fresh elderflowers and lemon zest. Seven Giraffes 5.1% Aromatic IPA, deep gold in colour with aromas of elderflower and citrus hops, followed by sweet caramel. Lingering floral aftertaste. Wolf Attleborough, Norfolk Lavender Honey 3.7% Honey from The Norfolk Lavender Company is added during the brewing process to give this beer a delicate yet moreish flavour. Sirius Dog Star 4.4% Unique flavoured red ale, lightly hopped with American Galena and Cluster hops. Smooth drinking with soft fruity finish.

Tynebank Newcastle-upon-Tyne Single Blonde 3.5% Light ale, slight dry bitterness with a hint of vanilla.

Wood Street Sheffield, S. Yorks Loblolly Bay 4.3% Golden ale single hopped with Northdown.

Vale Brill, Bucks Black Swan Mild 3.9% Dark and smooth with an impressive full roast flavour that belies its strength.

Wooden Hand Truro, Cornwall Black Pearl 4.5% Tasty dark stout with rich nut and hop prickle and dry chocolate finish.

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THE BEER LIST Worcester Beer Co Worcester 4.0% Gyle 2 Pale gold packing a hop punch. Gyle 1 4.5% Light amber , fruity ale brewed with Bramling Cross and Challenger hops. Wye Valley Stoke Lacy, Herefs Dorothy Goodbody's Golden Ale 4.2% Light straw coloured ale, brewed with the herb meadowsweet. Butty Bach 4.5% Burnished gold full-bodied premium ale. Wyre Piddle Inkberrow, Worcs Piddle in the Hole 3.9% Copper coloured and quite dry, with lots of hops and fruitiness throughout

Notes

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BEER FESTIVALS

This years sponsors: Glass Sponsor: Wye Valley Brewery Band Tent: Nicol & Co Estate Agents Beermat Sponsor: Taylor Wimpey ETickets and Entrance Sponsor: The King Charles II

THANK YOU Festival Shirt Sponsor: Stallard March & Edwards Solicitors CAMRA Membership Stand: Fullers Brewery

Friday Festival Sponsor: Hallmark Hulme Solicitors

Saturday Festival Sponsor: Swan and Two Nicks Pub, Worcester Thursday Festival Sponsor: DJD Architects

Beer Bar Sponsors: Adnams Brewery, Bears Great Escapes, Birds Brewery, The Cardinals Hat, Cotswold Spring Brewery, Eebria, Friday Beer Co., Mayfield, Pasha, Popes Brewery Co., Scott Baker Heating and Plumbing, Spice Cuisine, Teme Valley Brewery, The Three Kings, The Wheatsheaf Cider Bar Sponsors: Eebria, Olivers 24

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CIDER AND PERRY The Cider and Perry bar just keeps growing year on year! But don’t forget we also have a selection of fruit wines and apple juices available at this bar. So what is real cider and perry?

Cider Real cider is natural cider – the fermented juice of the apple, with nothing added (not even other fruits or fruit juices) and nothing taken away. Originally all cider fitted this description, but today the majority of cider is made from apple concentrate and is artificially carbonated, pastereurised and server under gas pressure.

PERRIES Barbourne Worcs Blakeney Red 5.8% Worcestershire Medium 6.0% Doverdale Sweet 6.0% Barkers Worcs Perry 6.0% Broadoak Somerset Perry 7.5%

Perry Perry is a drink so difficult to find that most people don’t know it exists or even worse associate it with the new trendy pear cider that is commonly available! The drink is made the same way as cider but from perry pears. There is a big demand for perry but producers cannot make enough of it, as there is not enough good quality fruit available. It takes three years for a perry pears tree in the right conditions to bear fruit, but up to thirty years before it is at full maturity. The following list represents the ciders and perries that we are hoping to have available at the festival. However, owing to the fact that we buy a lot of cider on ‘spec’, we cannot guarantee that all of the cider and perry listed will be on the bar nor can we provide tasting notes.

Chiblers Gloucestershire Oldfield sweet perry 6.0% Thorn dry perry 6.0%

Marches Hereford Sweet Fanny Adams 6.5% Cluster Top 6.0%

Double Vision Kent Impeared Vision perry 7.4%

Malvern Magic Hereford Perry 6.0%

Dunkertons Hereford Perry 8.0%

Moores Gloucester Perry 6.0%

Gwatkins Hereford Farmhouse perry 7.0% Squeally Pig perry 4.5%

Newton Court Hereford Perry 5.0%

Gwynt-y-Ddraig Wales Two Trees Perry 4.5% Pyder 6.0%

Olivers Hereford SV Thorn Perry 7.0% Herefordshire Perry 6.7%

Hecks Somerset Medium Perry 6.5%

Ross on Wye Hereford Perry 6.0% Alpaca Perry 6.5%

Lilley’s Cider Barn Somerset Bee Sting Still 7.5%

Swallowfield Hereford Perry 6.0% W.M Watkins Wales Lazy Daze 5.6% Blakeney Red 5.6%

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CIDER AND PERRY Westons Hereford Country perry 4.5%

CIDERS Barbourne Worcs Whisky Cask 7.0% Dry Worcestershire 6.0% Medium Worcestershire 6.0% Sweet Worcestershire 5.5% Barkers Worcs Cider 6.0% Ben Crossman Somerset Medium Sweet 6.0% Biddenden Kent Strong cider 8.0% Bushels cider 6.0% Broadoak Somerset Bristol port 6.0% Scrumpy 6.0% Moonshine 7.5% Kingston Black 7.5%

Oak conditioned cider 8.3% Dry 6.0% Medium 6.0% Sweet 6.0% Gwatkins Hereford Silly Ewe med cider 4.5% No Bull dry cider 4.5% Gamecock sweet cider 4.5% Stoke Red 7.5%

Hartlands Gloucs Sweet 6.0%

Richs Somerset Farmhouse 6.0% Legbender 6.0%

Hecks Somerset Kingston Black 6.5% Port Wine 6.5%

Roger Wilkins Somerset Medium 6.0% Rosies Denbeighshire Cider 7.2%

Knights Worcs Sweet Cider 6.0% Medium Cider 6.0%

Chants (Naish’s) Somerset Singing Cider 7.5%

Marches Hereford Marcher Man 7.5% Cherry Norman 7.5%

Gillow Hereford Cider 6.0% Green Valley Devon

Parsons Choice Somerset Dry 6.0% Medium 6.0% Sweet 6.0%

Pickled Pig Cambridge Cider 6.0%

Malvern Magic Hereford Cider 6.0%

Dunkertons Hereford Dry 7.0% Medium 7.0% Sweet 7.0%

Orchard Pig Somerset Explorer 4.5%

Hancocks Devon Cider 6.0%

Celtic Marches Worcs Cuckoo Penny 6.5%

Dove Syke Lancashire Ribble Valley 6.2%

Tumpy Ground 7.2%

Perrys Somerset Vintage sweet 6.0%

Lyme Bay Devon Jack Ratt scrumpy 6.0% Jack Ratt vintage 7.4%

Crossman Somerset Dry 6.0% Medium 6.0% Sweet 6.0%

Hereford

Gwynt-y-Ddraig Wales Celtic warrior sweet 5.5% Black Dragon 7.3%

Burnards Cider Norfolk Montys Double 4.6% Oaky Dokey 5.2%

Chiblers Gloucestershire Rock kernel & Dabinett 6.0%

Once Upon A Tree

Ross on Wye Hereford Dry 6.0% Medium 6.0% Sandford Orchards Devon Devon Mist 4.5% Old Kirton 6.0% Sarahs Hereford Cider 6.0% Sheppy Somerset Dry 6.0% Medium 6.0% Sweet 6.0%

Mays Hereford Cider 5.5% Moorlands Farm East Yorks Medium Sweet 6.4%

Skidbrook Cyder Lincolnshire

Mr Whiteheads Hampshire Heart of Hampshire 6.0% Boxing Dog 7.5% The Devil's Device 8.4%

Farmhouse Medium 5.5%

Newton Court Hereford Autumn Harvest 5.5% Newtons cider 7.0%

Springherne Hereford Cider 6.0%

Olivers Hereford Kingston Black 7.0% Herefordshire Cider 6.7% Yarlington Mill 6.5%

Snailsbank Hereford Tumbledown 6.0%

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WINES AND JUICES Tricky Devon Cider 6.0% Twisted Cider Dorset Misty Cider 6.0% W.M Watkins Wales Sunset 7.5% Vintage Oak Cider 7.5% West Croft Somerset Janets Jungle Juice 6.0% Westons Hereford Scrumpy 6.0% Rosies Pig 4.8% Organic Vintage 7.3% Old Rosie 7.3% Wilkins Somerset Dry 6.0% Medium 6.0% Sweet 6.0% Winkleigh Devon Medium/Dry Autumn Scrumpy 7.5% Medium/Sweet Autumn

Scrumpy 7.5% Sams dry 6.0% Sams med 6.0% 6.0% Sams sweet 6.0% 6.0%

ON THE WINE BAR Flavoured Alcoholic Apple Juice Barbourne Worcs Strawberry Cup 4.0% Mays Hereford Mays No1 Blackcurrant 4.5%

Fruit Wines Apricot Blackberry Blackcurrant Cherry

Every Autumn we press individual varieties of traditional cider apples such as Knotted Kernel and Sweet Coppin. They are grown to Soil Association Organic Standards on Herefordshire Farms like Hays Head and Gattertop. We blend throughout the year. Enjoy Dunkertons Cider after the festival too!! Look out for our Black Fox Cider, medium dry, lightly sparkling 500ml bottles available nationally.

Come to our Shop!

Open Mon-Sat 10am to 5pm, well signposted just 1 mile from centre of Pembridge (do not follow postcode for SatNav!)

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Cranberry Damson Dandelion Elderflower Gooseberry West country mead Nettle Peach Plum Raspberry Sloe Strawberry

Grape Wines Red Shiraz, Beaujolais White Pinot Grigio, Chardonnay Rose Merlot Sparkling Prosecco

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BEER FLAVOUR WHEEL You will see from the beer descriptions in this programme that a lot of different tastes can be detected in the many different brews available. But what sort of tastes can there be? In the 1970’s Dr Morton Meilgaard, a brewing chemist, developed a Beer flavour wheel to help present some of the multitude of beer tastes and defects. There have

been several variations on the original flavour wheel, such as the one shown here. Why don’t you give it a go? Try a beer without looking at the beers description and use the wheel to help you identify what you can taste. Then see how you did compared to the beers description.

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FESTIVAL CHARITIES This year we are raising more for the Midlands Air Ambulance, Kidney Research UK and Worcester Snoezelen. Please help us by putting your unused beer tokens into the charity box on the festival entrance desk. Midlands Air Ambulance The Worcester festival has been helping raise money for the Midlands Air Ambulance for several years and once again we are please to have the Air Ambulance merchandise store on site. From just one helicopter flying out of a temporary air base to three helicopters serving a population of over 5.5 million people, Midlands Air Ambulance Charity has come a long way in since 1991. The dedicated flight crews have responded to over 38,000 incidents, saving countless lives, making them the busiest air ambulance organisation in the UK. What is not widely known is that Midlands Air Ambulance receives no Government or National Lottery funding. ÂŁ6 million is needed each year to keep its three Air Ambulances operational, which is donated entirely by the public and local businesses

Kidney Research UK Kidney Research UK is dedicated to improving the understanding of kidney disease, its causes, treatment and management through funding research, with confidence that it can build on the advances and scientific breakthroughs that have been made by researchers - many of them supported by the Charity - during the past forty years. The charity is funded almost entirely by voluntary donations and every contribution makes an impact. The spectrum of studies supported ranges from molecular investigation of how molecules, genes and cells work through to clinical trials and health services research, relating to kidney disease, dialysis and transplantation.

Worcester Snoezelen Worcester Snoezelen is a small independent charity, based in Worcester. They run a multi-sensory environment for people with severe learning disabilities. The centre is a community resource visited by over 400 people every week. Why is this needed? The world of people who have profound learning disabilities is often a confusing and threatening place over which they have no control. Worcester Snoezelen offers them an environment they can explore through sight, hearing, smell or touch. Worcester Beer, Cider & Perry Festival Programme 2013 33


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MIKE LEE YOU WILL BE MISSED Earlier this year Worcester CAMRA lost one of its most dedicated members when our good friend Mike Lee died suddenly at a very early age. Mike was always in the thick of CAMRA action, supporting both the festival and the branch with his enormous enthusiasm and sense of fun.

with blow up guitar and wig! Many of you who went on the branch bus trips will remember Mike's rendition of 'My Way' on the way back from supping numerous pints. He always managed to remember all 5 verses regardless of how much beer he had and he always gave all 5! Mike was a brilliant, fun guy who is missed by all of us who knew him and his memory will continue for many years and festivals to come rock on Mike!

He not only supported the social side of the branch activities he was also the membership secretary until his job took him away to Nuneaton a few years ago. Never one to abandon his friends, however, Mike still returned every year to work on the beer festival bar and to add his particular style to the job. Fancy dress was one of Mike's loves and he made appearances as 'Herr Flick' and Brian May of Queen complete

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Visit www.walterdecantelupe.co.uk for opening times, news, views and info.

Some other local Beer Festivals to enjoy in the next few months Bewdley 22 – 25 August www.bewdleybeerfestival.co.uk

Weighbridge, Alvechurch 20 – 21 September www.the-weighbridge.co.uk/events.html

Harbury 30 - 31 August www.camrahow.org.uk

North Cotswold 27 – 28 September www.northcotswoldcamra.org.uk

Bridgenorth 5 – 7 September www.bridgnorthcamra.org.uk

Talbot, Green Hop Festival 11 – 13 October www.temevalleybrewery.co.uk

Tamworth 5 – 7 September www.lstcamra.org.uk

Nottingham 9 – 12 October www.beerfestival.nottinghamcamra.org

1st West Midlands Regional Cider and Perry Festival 6 – 7 September www.westmidlandsciderandperryfestival.co.uk

Birmingham 30 October – 2 November www.birminghambeerfestival.org.uk

Hinkley and Bosworth 12 – 14 September www.hinckleyandbosworthcamra.org.uk Ale and Steam, Winchcombe 14 - 15 Sept www.northcotswoldcamra.org.uk

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Worcester CAMRA Beer & Cider Festival Guide 2013  

The official guidebook to the Worcester CAMRA Beer and Cider Festival 2013. Contains all the drinks lists and entertainment plus extra artic...

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