Crescent Beer Festival - Salford

The Crescent has a beer festival starting tomorrow (Thursday) until Sunday. Apparently there will be about 40 beers available during the festival but I don't have a list - does anyone? The pub does have some web pages but I can't remember the URL - does anyone know it? I think the list may well be there.
This will be the first outing for Bazens Brewery's (
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The beer festival is part of Salford Food and Drink Festival (6 - 17 October) - full details at
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Reply to
gavin
The Crescent doesn't have a site of its own, but they advertise a page on Graham Mason's beer festivals listing site: . Sadly, there's nothing there yet listing October's beers.
An advert in the local CAMRAg, "What's Doing", just says "40 new beers", though there is also some mention of a new cellar cooling system which is being inaugurated for this festival.
Described in Wotz Doin as "a light coloured beer of about 4 per cent with a citrous [sic] nose".
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Neil Worthington, Urmston, UK
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N. J. Worthington

That's the one. Doesn't seem to work with Firefox though :-(
Called in tonight for a half (driving!!!). I love this pub - wish I didn't live 25 miles away :-( I tried the Salford Festival Ale again - very pleasant. It's very pale in colour as seems to be the fashion these days but it not only did I like it but the two women I was with (neither of them beer drinkers) liked it too. I shan't be opening my bottle though!!!!
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gavin
No, it's a rubbish site, from a coding PoV at any rate.
Try editing the source code to strip out all the meta stuff in the heading, then save it under a different name and open that. Not that you're going to learn very much anyway. Even resolves itself as "Welcome to your future Website "In order to view your website, please remove this file "index.html" and replace it with your own index.html file."
There is some out of date information at , which makes me think that someone might eventually load a file called , or similar.
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Neil Worthington, Urmston, UK
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N. J. Worthington

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