Patchway Community Centre in Rodway Road is to host a one-day beer festival that will also raise money for the local community.
The festival, on Saturday 21st April 2012, will offer 20 different ales and five ciders from around Bristol – and some from further afield – for the people of Patchway to sample.
The event will be split into two sessions: the first from 12pm until 5pm and then an evening session with live music from local group ‘The Bobafetts’ from 6pm until 11pm.
There will also be the opportunity to sample some locally reared pork with a tasty snack from a hog roast – to compliment the fine selection of ales and ciders.
Jess Stone of organising company Brizzle Beer Festivals said:
“We are a family business that has a passion for real ale and we want to help raise some money for charities along the way, so why not help us and your local community by visiting our website www.brizzlebeerfestivals.co.uk and purchasing your tickets for the first Patchway Beer Festival?”