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Friday 25 January 2013

Ashbourne CAMRA Beer Festival at Ashbourne Town Hall, Friday 22nd March to Sunday 24th March 2013.

Here is another local beer festival for your diary and its a brand new one for the area!
Ashbourne CAMRA Beer Festival will take place at Ashbourne Town Hall from Friday 22nd March to Sunday 24th March 2013. This is the first time the town has hosted a beer festival and its going to be a Shrovetide-themed festival.

Location for this beer festival is :
Ashbourne Town Hall, Market Place Ashbourne, Derbyshire, DE6 1ES

This is located on Buxton Road (A515)

Ashbourne Town Hall was originally built as a Market Hall in 1861 but now serves as the Town Hall. Its a very distinctive building opposite the market place. Here is a photograph of it :
Ashbourne Town Hall, Derbyshire

Google Street View of Ashbourne Town Hall, Venue for the 2013 Beer Festival.
Have a look around using the mouse, Click the fullscreen icon in the top right of the image below
to fill the screen with the view :

View Larger Map

The Beer and Cider list:
Castle Rock Black Gold 3.8%
Howard Town Milltown 3.5%
Howard Town Longdendale Lights 3.9%
Magpie Fledgling 3.8%
Ashover Poet’s Tipple 4.0%
Buxton Bitter 3.8%
Dancing Duck 22 (Twenty-Two) 4.3%
Raw JR Best Bitter 4.2%
Blue Monkey Sanctuary 4.1%
Buxton American Rye 4.3%
Abbeydale Moonshine 4.3%
Amber Derbyshire Gold 4.0%
Black Iris White Fang 4.2%
Blue Monkey Infinity 4.6%
Buxton Kinder Sunset 5.0%
Peakstones Alton Abbey 4.5%
Ashover Coffin Lane Stout 5.0%
Dancing Duck Dark Drake 4.5%
Black Iris Great Eastern Transatlantic Porter 4.6%
Redwillow Smokeless 5.7%
Amber Imperial IPA 6.5%
Front Row Collapsed 5.6%
Beartown Ginger Bear 4.0%

Gwynt Y Ddraig Farmhouse Scrumpy 5.3%
Gwynt Y Ddraig Haymaker 6.5%
Gwynt Y Ddraig Black Dragon 7.2%
Gwynt Y Ddraig Two Trees Perry 4.5%
Gwynt Y Ddraig Pyder 6.0%
Millwhites Rum Cask 7.5%
Millwhites Whisky Cask 7.5%

Smartphone mapping pin.
If you have a smart phone (iPhone,HTC,iPad etc) then you can use a navigation drop pin I have made for you. While viewing this blog on your phone tap the link below :

Smartphone push pin <-- Tap me on your smartphone to get exact location of the Ashbourne Beer Festival.

When you tap the link above, it will launch your mapping application and place a "push pin" onto the map with the exact location of the Beer Festival. You can then use this marker to get driving, walking or bus directions from your current location.
For example on an iPhone you tap the Directions button at the bottom and this will pre-fill in the start and end locations so just tap the Route button at the bottom and it will show you either the driving route or the walking route. If you tap the middle button at the top, this will even show you which bus number and when the next bus departs !

Location Map
Ashbourne Beer Festival Map.

If you are travelling from Derby then you could catch the Swift Bus from Derby Bus Station for £3.80 single/£7.50 return. This stops at Ashbourne Bus Station which is a six minute walk from the festival.
Information on the Swift Bus Service. It does not run on a Sunday though.

If your looking for somewhere to stay over then there is the White Hart pub just down the road or the Station Hotel or Compton Guest House or a Travel Lodge at the other end of the town.

For more information on this beer festival follow these links :

Hope it goes well for their first ever beer festival.


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