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Beer and lots of it!

On 9 Sep 2010 at 6:19pm Rookie wrote:
Fri 17th September: Lewes FC Beer Festival.
The celebrations for Lewes Fc's 125th anniversary kick off with a beer and cider festival in the Dripping Pan, featuring 20 brews, including one specially made by Harveys for the occasion, Lewes FC 125. Tickets cost £5, but are good value: you get a free commemorative pint glass, and you can make up the money on normal bar prices if you build up a thirst - pints cost £2.50. Drink up you Rooks!
Dripping Pan, from 5pm, £5 in advance from club, Tourist Info, Gardeners Arms or £6 on door
On 9 Sep 2010 at 9:13pm Mike wrote:
I am sure that the lewes FC beer festival will be a great event but you probably need to practice before going. In which case you could try the Horns Lodge Beer Festival this weekend! 20 real ales plus cider and perry and lots more including a minibus service from Lewes! All in aid of St Peter and St james Hospice. Check out the details at www.barfest.co.uk. I hope the Lewse FC festival goes well!
On 9 Sep 2010 at 10:31pm Rookie wrote:
Thank you. The last festival was a stunning success and everyone staggered home very happy.
On 10 Sep 2010 at 5:30pm art vandelay wrote:
mrs vandelay and i are coming along to celebrate our first night in lewes (ufs i'm afraid - up from seaford). can try and buy a ticket in advance but tell me, do i still get a souvenir glass if we buy tickets on the door?
looking forward to it! hope it goes well.
On 12 Sep 2010 at 7:05am Rookie wrote:
As I understand it anyone who buys a ticket gets a glass.
On 16 Sep 2010 at 10:18pm Peter B and Ex Boon wrote:
I was carried home very happy I can assure you all. Bottoms up (if you dare ha ha) here goes, banned again. Bugger Lewes ha ha Peter

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