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Borough beer festival

PUBLISHED: 15:45 08 April 2009 | UPDATED: 11:42 12 August 2010

BEER enthusiasts will be able to enjoy up to 50 real ales from across the world during a 20-day festival in the borough. The festival will run from April 15 until May

BEER enthusiasts will be able to enjoy up to 50 real ales from across the world during a 20-day festival in the borough.

The festival will run from April 15 until May 4 inclusive, with all beers priced from £1.69 to £1.79 a pint at four Bromley pubs.

Beers on offer have been sourced from brewers in New Zealand, Canada, Australia, Finland, USA, Holland, Belgium and Germany (Bavaria), as well as across the UK.

The festival will feature award-winning ales, speciality, seasonal and fruit beers, together with drinks brewed exclusively for the pubs.

Participating pubs are the Harvest Moon in High Street, Orpington, The Moon and Stars in High Street, Penge, The Richmal Crompton in Westmoreland Place, Bromley and The Sovereign of the Seas in Queensway, Petts Wood.

Customers will be able to sample any three of the real ales in special third-of-a-pint glasses for the price of a pint.

Manager of The Harvest Moon, Danny Murphy, said: "The festival will give people the opportunity to enjoy a superb selection of UK and international beers.

"The majority of the beers on offer have not been available in the pub beforehand and I am looking forward to serving them. The festival promises to be great fun and I am certain that my customers will enjoy themselves."

Tasting notes on all of the beers will be available in the pubs.


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