By Webteam - 3rd August 2018 6:05am
In early September the Lord Combermere will be adding one more bus stop to the village as it takes part in the Ale Trail event, organised by Hop & Grain.
On Saturday 8th September private buses will run throughout the day on a circuit taking in a selection of the very best pubs in and around the area.
Start the day with a quick pint and perhaps a bite to eat at the Lord Combermere, from where you can catch a bus, starting around midday, to the next pub on the trail.
Or perhaps skip a stop or two and carry on to somewhere else?
Taking part in the trail are:
- The Lord Combermere (Audlem)
- Joules Brewery (Market Drayton)
- The Falcon (Woore)
- The Swan Inn (Wybunbury)
- The Leopard (Nantwich)
- The Globe (Nantwich)
- Black Lion (Nantwich)
- Bhurtpore Inn (Wrenbury)
- Combermere Arms (Burley Dam)
A few of the pubs will be putting on entertainment on the day, whilst all offer dining. The buses will be running until 11pm.
A ticket to hop on the Ale Trail, which provides you with a wristband, which entitles you to travel on the buses, costs £13 and is available from the Lord C or from the Hop & Grain website here, which also has full details of the event.
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