CAMRA - Campaign for Real Ale, Berkshire South-East Branch

Local Beer & Cider Festivals

There are regularly beer festivals held in or around the Berkshire South-East area - both CAMRA run and independent. Some upcoming local beer festivals are:
Date(s) Which Type Address Details
Thursday 29th September to Sunday 2nd October 2016
Chertsey Beer Festival

Thyme at the Tavern
Pub Thyme at the Tavern,
20 London Street,
Chertsey,
Surrey,
KT16 8AA
  • Featuring around 20 ales both local and national
  • Selection of real ciders.
  • Chertsey is 5 minutes train ride from Virginia Water (on the Waterloo line from our branch area).

thymeatthetavern.co.uk
Friday 30th September and Saturday 1st October 2016
Ascot Racecourse Beer Festival

Ascot Racecourse Beer Festival logo
CAMRA Ascot Racecourse,
High Street,
Ascot,
Berks,
SL5 7JX
  • Run by this branch of CAMRA, in collaboration with Ascot Racecourse.
  • Over 250 real ales from across the country.
  • Around 30 ciders and perries.
  • Runs in parallel with a race meeting, with the entrance ticket covering both.
  • Discounted entry for CAMRA members.

ascotbeerfest.org.uk

CAMRA VOLUNTEERS WANTED
Friday 7th to Sunday 9th October 2016
Hampshire Octoberfest

Hampshire Octoberfest logo
Private / CAMRA Basingstoke Cricket Ground,
Mays Bounty,
Fairfields Road,
Basingstoke,
Hants,
RG21 3DR
  • Beer Festival within a larger local festival.
  • Advertises over 180 different ales, ciders and perries.

hampshireoctoberfest.co.uk
Thursday 13th to Saturday 15th October 2016
Oxford Beer Festival

Oxford Beer Festival logo
CAMRA Town Hall,
St Aldate's,
Oxford,
Oxfordshire,
OX1 1BX
  • CAMRA organised.
  • Around 140 real ales, plus fresh duplicates for Saturday.
  • Around 60 ciders and perries.
  • Discounted entry for CAMRA members.

oxford.camra.org.uk
Friday 14th to Sunday 16th October 2016
Prince of Wales, Farnborough North

Prince of Wales
Pub The Prince of Wales,
184 Rectory Road,
Farnborough,
Hants,
GU14 8AL
  • Around 50 different ales expected.
  • Around 5 ciders.
  • A short train ride from Wokingham / Crowthorne / Sandhurst.

theprinceinfarnborough.co.uk
Thursday 20th to Saturday 22nd October 2016
Twickenham Beer & Cider Festival

Twickenham Beer Festival logo
CAMRA York House,
Richmond Road,
Twickenham,
Surrey,
TW1 3AA
  • CAMRA organised.
  • Around 70 draught beers.
  • About 20 Ciders and perries.
  • Discounted entry for CAMRA members.

rhcamra.org.uk/festivalnews.html
Friday 21st to Sunday 23rd October 2016
Jolly Sailor

Jolly Sailor, Farnham
Pub Jolly Sailor,
64 West Street,
Farnham,
Surrey,
GU9 7EH
  • Around 20 ales at a time, mostly from local breweries.

jollysailorfarnham.com
Thursday 27th to Saturday 29th October 2016
Swindon Beer Festival

Swindon Beer Festival logo
CAMRA Steam Museum of the Great Western Railways,
Fire Fly Avenue,
Swindon,
Wiltshire,
SN2 2EY
  • CAMRA organised.
  • Around 100 real ales, ciders and perries.
  • Located next to Swindon station (27 minute journey from Reading).

swindon.camra.org.uk/viewnode.php?id=23556
Thursday 27th to Sunday 30th October 2016
Rose & Crown, Sandhurst

Rose & Crown
Pub The Rose & Crown,
108 High Street,
Sandhurst,
Berks,
GU47 8HA
  • Around 22 ales and 4 ciders.
  • Plenty of local ales, plus some regional beers.

www.roseandcrownsandhurst.info
Friday 28th to Saturday 29th October 2016 Datchet

Datchet Beer Festival logo
Charity Datchet Village Hall,
3 Allen Way,
Datchet,
Berks,
SL3 9HR
  • Over 25 real ales, ciders and perries from the local area.
  • A short walk from Datchet Station.

datchetbeerfestival.co.uk
Friday 11th and Saturday 12th November 2016
Woking Beer Festival

Woking Beer Festival logo
CAMRA Woking Leisure Centre,
Woking Park,
Kingfield Road,
Woking,
Surrey,
GU22 9BA
  • CAMRA organised.
  • Around 70 real ales.
  • Ciders.
  • Foreign Beers
  • Free pint for CAMRA members presenting their card at the Membership Stand.
  • Live music, including Wurlitzer organ.

wokingbeerfestival.co.uk


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