Throughout the festival, our customers were voting for their Beer & Cider of The Festival.
The votes have been counted and we are pleased to confirm that the winners are:
Beer Of The Festival
Winner: Dunham Massey Brewery – Chocolate Cherry Mild.
Runner up: Track / Blackjack / Pomona Island collaboration – Unfair Funfair
Cider Of The Festival
Winner: Snailsbank – Ginger
Runner Up: SiDa – Maxonian Mist
Winner of the prize draw to win two tickets to Manchester Beer & Cider Festival 2019 was Chris Aitken
Results of Champion Speciality Beer Of Britain North West Round as judged on Friday 13th July at Chorlton Beer & Cider Festival.
Silver: Tarn Hows – Blueberry & Vanilla Oatmeal Stout
Bronze: Marble – Earl Grey IPA
Dunham Massey – Chocolate Cherry Mild
Hawkshead – Great White
Hawkshead Lakeland Lager
Ulverston Lonesome Pine
All the finalists are available at the festiva for you to judge for yourself.
You will find them all in the North-West bar in the church hall.
Organisers have confirmed the dates for Chorlton Beer & Cider Festival 2018.
The 14th annual festival at St Clement’s Church will be held on Thursday 12th, Friday 13th and Saturday 14th July 2018.
Organised by St Clement’s in association with Trafford & Hulme CAMRA, the grounds and buildings of the Edge Lane church will be filled with over 200 different real ales, craft beers, world beers, ciders and perries. UK beers will be split between the church hall and the youth centre with ciders, perries and world beer bars in the grounds.
Thursday evening will be a quiet preview night while Friday and Saturday evenings will see the grounds filled with live music.
Opening times are:
- Thursday 12th July: 6pm – 10.30pm
- Friday 13th July: 6pm – 10.30pm
- Saturday 14th July: 1pm – 9.30pm
Entry prices are being held same as 2017. Advance tickets are expected to go on sale on 1st May 2018.
The festival will be hosting the North West round of the Champion Speciality Beer Of Britain competition, the winner of which will go forward to London’s Olympia to be judged in the finals of the CAMRA Champion Beer Of Britain competition.
The festival charity for 2018 will once again be Reach Out To The Community.
Reach Out to the Community is a initiative set up to offer support to people struggling with the most basic of needs: food and shelter from their base on Wilbraham Road in the heart of our community.