WIN two tickets to the Robin Hood Beer Festival!

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IN NOTTS WE LOVE A TASTY ALE…

Nottingham has some fine breweries to its name and in October there will be a perfect opportunity to celebrate our love for the ale when The Robin Hood Beer Festival sets up camp at Nottingham Castle from 9th – 12th October. Nottingham CAMRA’s annual event showcases more draught cask conditioned ales from around the world than any other beer festival in the world. Over 1,100 different real ales and over 220 different real ciders will be available for consumption, not to mention some fine local food stands, offering fresh local produce to help soak up some of that ale!

Nottingham’s very own Castle Rock, Pheasantry and Navigation breweries will all be in attendance and flying the real ale flag for Nottinghamshire. So, if you love your food and drink, this is most definitely the event for you.

In celebration of the event, we are giving away two pairs of tickets, both for the opening day, Wednesday 9th October. To WIN this very tasty prize you simply need to fill out your details in the below form and answer the question that follows! The deadline for entries is Monday 7th October. Good Luck! IN NOTTS WE LOVE TO SPOIL YOU ROTTEN!

Posted on 30 September 2013
Featured author: Tom

Nottingham lad who’s a proud Notts County fan, cheese fiend, chocaholic and loves travelling and music.

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