Beer Festival at the Flavel Arts Centre

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(Last Updated On: January 28, 2019)

Charity Beer Festival - Brought To You By Dartmouth Rotary

‘Join us for a fantastic Beer Festival in February 2019!’ say Dartmouth Rotary.

‘There will be a fantastic selection of British beers from around the country, local ciders, wines from Michael Sutton’s Cellar plus fizz and prosecco provided by The Fizz Boat,’ they tell us.’There will also be soft drinks and non-alcoholic options available.’

Locally produced food will be served by Radius 7 including a vegan menu option at all sessions of the festival. Local musicians will perform throughout the event and on Saturday night we have the fabulous Loose Cannons to round up the festivities.

Money raised at the Festival will be split equally between The Flavel and Rowcroft Hospice.

‘What better way than helping to raise money for charity than enjoying yourself in the company of friends, or making new friends, trying new beers and listening to great music?’ Rotary add.

SPONSORED BY BAYS BREWERY

Tickets, available from theflavel.org.uk, will be £10 and include a souvenir glass, tasting notes and 3 tokens. Additional tokens will be available to purchase.

Opening times:

Friday 15th February – 6:00pm – 11:00pm

Saturday 16th February – 11:00am – 11:00pm

Bob Jope

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