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18th TWICKENHAM BEER & CIDER FESTIVAL 2018

Thursday 25th to Saturday 27th October, 12.0 noon to 10.30pm daily. Held again in the Clarendon Hall/Hyde Room at YORK HOUSE Richmond Road, Twickenham, TW1 3AA.

If you are a CAMRA member and would like to help, do let us know by completing a Registration form.

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The email address: staffing@rhcamra.org.uk


17th TWICKENHAM BEER & CIDER FESTIVAL 2017

Twickenham Beer Festival opened from Thursday 19th to Saturday 21st October. The theme is the 50th anniversary of the "Summer of Love".

2017 Festival Poster

The Festival was held again in the Clarendon Hall/Hyde Room at YORK HOUSE Richmond Road, Twickenham, TW1 3AA. 6min from Twickenham Station - buses 33, 490, H22, R68, R70 pass the gate. The 110, 267 & 281 now stop in London Road, the inbound 290 in York Street (outbound from Aragon Road or London Road).

Opening times:
Thursday 19th Oct - noon till 10.30pm
Friday 20th Oct - noon till 10.30pm
Saturday 21st Oct - noon till 10.30pm

Food available all sessions, no music, seating available, souvenir glasses.

Families welcome until 9.00pm

Admission £3.00 (£2.00 on Thu & Fri lunchtime - until 3.00pm) CAMRA members admission £2.00 (FREE on Thu & Fri lunchtime - until 3.00pm) Festival Glass £3.00 (refundable if you wish)

PLEASE NOTE: This year beer and cider sales will be through the use of tokens (no cash over the bars). CAMRA members discounts on admission will be given in the form of additional beer tokens.

Here is a list of Cask Beers ordered and expected to be available at the Festival:
TBF2017-cask-beers-list-rev0.pdf

Here is a list of Ciders and Perries ordered and expected to be available at the Festival:
TBF2017ciders-and-perries-list-rev0.pdf

After collecting and counting all the slips returned after the festival we found we had two joint winners for the 'Beer of the Festival'. These were: Oddly Lucky 'A deep, dark and mysterious black ale' and Join the Kew 'A punchy, all-English IPA'.

Photo: Charles Owens - Brian Watson (Oddly) and David Scott (Kew)