Go nuts for the real ales at Wellingborough Beer Festival

Organisers John Norton and Alan Piggott with Mark Laxton (centre) who is sponsoring the Turning Nuts beer at the festival
Organisers John Norton and Alan Piggott with Mark Laxton (centre) who is sponsoring the Turning Nuts beer at the festival
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Dozens of real ales, ciders and wines will be available at Wellingborough Beer Festival running from Thursday, September 24, to Saturday, September 26.

More than 35 drinks will be on offer at the festival at All Saints Church Hall in Midland Road, Wellingborough.

Among the tipples to try will be new beer Turning Nuts by Kettering’s Potbelly Brewery at 4.8 per cent, which has been sponsored by Mark Laxton Engineering Ltd of Easton Maudit.

Also on offer will be Saint Or Sinner (SOS) at 6.66 per cent.

Drinkers will be able to work their way through the selection of beers from 4pm until midnight on Thursday and from midday to midnight on the Friday and Saturday.

Entry is £5 per day including the first pint free as well as a souvenir beer glass and programme.

A two/three day ticket costs £8 and includes two free pints as well as a souvenir beer glass and programme.

There will be entertainment and barbecue food on offer during the three-day event organised by Wellingborough Chamber of Commerce.