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The 2012 Audlem Beer Festival over the weekend has been a great event. Thank you so much for all your support.

As always, there's some beer and cider left — and about ten (out of 250 produced) commemorative Beer Festival glasses, as of last night.

Today, Tuesday, for one day only, all remaining beers brought in especially for the Festival are £2 a pint, £1 for a half.

All the remaining ciders and perrys are £3 a pint, £1.50 a half.

On Sunday, we found a wallet / purse in the pub. If it is yours, do pop in and describe it and it will be returned to you.

Many thanks once again for all your support this weekend.

 

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