By ak_palmer2000 at 19:19 on 04/03/13
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Fridayn 17th May
Saturday 18th May
Celebrating the opening in 1863 of Kingston Station and the railway line
to Twickenham – 150 years ago
And an opportunity to enjoy tasting beers and ciders from a wider range of
styles and flavours than was ever dreamed of – 150 years ago!
Where is it being held?
Kingston Workmen's Club and Institute
Old London Road, Kingston, KT2 6ND
4 minutes walk from Kingston rail and bus stations and just behind the
"falling down telephone boxes"
What's on offer?
Over 50 real ales,many from local breweries
At least 12 ciders and perries
Hot and cold food at all session
Plenty of seats in Function Room and Lounge
Two outdoor drinking areas – with lots of tables and chairs
Open all day on Friday – with minimal queuing* in the evening
Friday: .11am to 11pm, admission free until 4 pm, then £3.
Saturday: .11am to 9pm, admission £2.
£1 discount for card-carrying CAMRA members.
Plus Commemorative glass,.includes 1/3rd
pint line, £3 ~ refundable.
* but we can't quite guarantee this!
This year at the Festival the Charity we will be supporting is Shootingstar CHASE [shootingstarchase.org.uk] – please be generous.
More details including beers and ciders we plan to have available will be posted on our website – http://tinyurl.com/d68x5y6
Date: Saturday, May 18, 2013