5th Kingston Beer Festival 25 - 26 June 2004...

... to say nothing of the dog
Surrey County Staff Club, Penrhyn Road, Kingston (next to County Hall and near Crown Court)
(buses 71, 281, 406, 418, 465, K2 and K3 pass the door)
Open 11am to 3pm and 5.30pm to 11pm both days More than 45 real ales plus a range of cider and perry (quantities increased from last year!)
Food available all sessions (including hot food Fri Eve and Sat)
Live Music on Saturday evening
Lounge seating (not Fri lunch) and outdoor drinking area
FREE Fri lunchtime, £2 Fri evening, £1 Sat lunchtime and evening. £1 Fri evening, FREE at other times to CAMRA members (cards must be shown on door)
Attractions include Taylor's Ram Tam, Orkney Skullsplitter and National Champion perry Gwatkins Blakeney Red. This year we have also arranged hot food all sessions except Friday lunchtime. Full beer, cider and perry list available at
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See you there - I'll be on the glasses stand. Cheers, Phil
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Phil Clark
Thank you to all who helped to make the 5th Kingston Beer Festival a success by working at the festival - and also to those who helped out by turning up and drinking the beer.
The beers/ciders of the festival were as follows:
1st (joint) Cropton Scoresby Stout 1st (joint) Glastonbury Mystery Tor 3rd Red Lion White Lion
Cider & perry
1st Gwatkin Blakeney Red Perry 2nd Naish Farmhouse Dry Cider
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Phil Clark

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