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Beer Festival 2011 Lord Combermere

The 2012 Audlem Beer Festival is on August 25th, 26th and 27th, the Bank Holiday weekend. 

This event, now in its third year, will look to build on the success of the previous two years. There will be 50 cask ales, craft ciders and perry and live entertainment throughout the weekend.

This year's Beer Festival is at the Lord Combermere and the focus for the event this year will be local. Most of the 32 beers on offer will be from local micro brewers based within 30 miles of Audlem.

There will also be some Cheshire Ciders included with the 18 craft ciders and perry. All of the entertainment will be supplied by local talented acts.

Over the coming days, Audlem Online will be previewing the beers and ciders, hopefully whetting the taste buds for another great Audlem event. 

 

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