Bracknell Ale & Wine Festival 2014

Bracknell Beer Festival 2014

Bracknell Town Football Club are delighted to announce the 4th Bracknell Ale & Wine Festival sponsored by ThinkFord, taking place at Larges Lane on Bank Holiday Weekend Sunday 25th May from 1pm.

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Our festival gets bigger every year, and we are pleased to tell you that the event will be on the Larges Lane pitch this year whatever the weather.

We will have marquee cover with live music outdoors, and plenty of beer, wine and cider to keep you entertained.

What happens if it rains? We’re well covered!

Our live music stage is very kindly being sponsored by Wilkins Kennedy Chartered Accountants and our special beer brewed this year will be known as ‘The Dudley’, with all profits from the brew going to charity.

Tickets for the event are on sale now, with FREE entry for  CAMRA and local sports club members. Click here to get the full details.

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See more images from our previous three festivals here.

Bracknell Beer Festival sponsors..

Please doff caps to all these wonderful people who are assisting us in making the festival brilliant.

Bracknell Ale & Wine Festival title sponsor

Bracknell Ale & Wine Festival title sponsor

Wilkins Kennedy Chartered Accountants

Live music sponsored by Wilkins Kennedy Chartered Accountants

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A video from the 2012 event

About the Festival

The brain child of club members Tom Canning and Michael Keen, both keen ale if amateur ale drinkers – the festival is run to help raise some money for the club.

Last year the club was all but drank our club dry after almost 500 people came through the doors during the day.

The organising team working on ways to ensure we have enough beer for the day, with plans to expand the consumption areas, improve serving times (fewer queues) and most importantly – just to reiterate – order more beer, cider and wine!

We are looking for sponsors to support us, so please take a look – prices start from £50.

Find us on facebook.com/bracknellalefestival or twitter.com/bracknellalefst