Updated 27/01/2015
 

 

“Great. Keep up the good work, appreciated very much.”
“Good choice of beers. Very enjoyable events”
“Very good thanks”
“Great”
“Nice friendly little festival. “
“Great festival”
“Good selection & good venue.”
“Very Good”
“Really enjoyed it Look forward to next year.”
“Very Good!”
“Excellent Festival Thoroughly enjoyed it”
“Excellent venue, nice selection of beer, great stuff – can’t ask for more!”
“Fab Fest Well Done”
“Great Atmosphere”
“Good Evening. Keep up the good work (we will be back again)”
“Excellent as usual. Keep it up”
“Very enjoyable”
“Good Event. Will come next year.”
“Stick or twist. Stick you can’t beat a winner!”
“Venue great!”
“Good range of ale & cider”
“Keep up the good work!”

 

Redditch Winter Ale Festival 2014

Redditch Winter Ale Festival

Friday February 6th 2015 - 12noon to 11pm

Saturday February 7th 2015 - 11am to 11pm

at

The Rocklands Social Club, 59 Birchfield Road, Redditch, Worcestershire B97 4LB.

CAMRA West Midlands Club of the Year 2014

Over 30 real ales plus cider and Perry
Club bar with food and other drinks

Entry is just £4 (discount for card-carrying CAMRA members and Rocklands Club members) and this includes a commemorative glass and programme.

Directions and Travel Information

Entertainment
Acoustic open mic from 7pm on Saturday.
Register interest by calling Matt 01527 544356 Matthewhill7@hotmail.com
before Jan 15.

Festival charities

Download more information
Zoe's Place Baby Hospice (email: Leannehawkes@hotmail.co.uk)
Bens First Steps (email: Roydalby66@live.co.uk)

More information

Download a Festival Poster

Download a Headless Cross Pub Guide

Read about us in the Bromsgrove Standard

RWAF glass 2015


Provisional Beer List

Ambridge (Inkberrow, Worcestershire): Citra 4.4%
Ambridge (Inkberrow, Worcestershire): Jester 4.5%
Angel (Halesowen, West Midlands): Banefyre Stout 5%
Fixed Wheel (Black Heath, West Midlands): Chain Reaction 4.2%
Green Duck (Stourbridge, West Midlands): Blond 4.2%
Kinver (Kinver, Staffordshire): Full Centurion 10%
Kinver (Kinver, Staffordshire): One Fat Lady 8%
Popes (Worcester,Worcestershire): Victorian Chestnut 4%
Rock and Roll (Digbeth, Birmingham): Light Vegan 4.7%
Shed (Solihull, West Midlands): Spotted Cock 5%
Weatheroak (Studley, Warwickshire): Bees Knees 3.7%
Weatheroak (Studley, Warwickshire): Portly Miss Stout 4.5%
Abbeydale (Sheffield, South Yorkshire): Absolution 5.3%
Blue Bee (Shefield, South Yorkshire): Reet Pale 4%
Celt Experience (Caerphilly, South Wales): Brigid Fire 6.3%
Elephant School (Brentwood, Essex): Chockwork Orange 6.5%
Elland (Elland, West Yorkshire): Ellium 3.8%
Flipside (Colwick, Nottinghamshire): Russian Rouble 7.3%
Gloucester (Gloucester,Gloucestershire): Black Citra 4%
Hales (Nottinghamshire): Ice-kissed heart 4.3%
Highland Brewing Co (Orkney,Scotland): Scapa Special 4.2%
Itchen Valley (New Alresford, Hampshire): Tea Clipper 4.2%
Mallinsons (Huddersfield, West Yorkshire): Nelson Sauvin 3.8%
Morton (Essington, Staffordshire): Easington Old Ale 5%
Ossett (Ossett, West Yorkshire): Excelsior 5.2%
Otley (Pontypridd, Mid Glamorgan): Hop Angeles 4.8%
Rudgate (Tockwith, North Yorkshire): Orange Ginger Rye 4%
Salamander (Bradford, West Yorkshire): Mudpuppy 4.2%
Saltaire (Shipley, West Yorkshire): Elderflower Blonde 4%
Slaters (Stafford, Staffordshire): Top Totty 4%
Three Tuns (Bishop’s Castle, Shropshire): Faust Banana 5.5%
Titanic (Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire): Nautical Mild 4.8%
White Horse (Faringdon, Oxfordshire): Black Horse Porter 5%
Maxim (Houghton Le Spring, Durham): Andersons Best Scotch 4.2%
West Berkshire (Yattendon, Berkshire): Grizzle 4.2%

Provisional Cider List

Biddenden (Biddenden, Kent): Cider
Celtic Marshes (Bishops Frome, Herefordshire): Thundering Molly
Green Valley (Clyst St George, Devon): Rum Tiddly Tum
Gwatkin (Abbey-Dore, Herefordshire): Gamecock Cider
Snailsbank (Bishops Frome, Herefordshire): Tumbledown Apple-Sweet
Tardebigge (Tutnall, Worcestershire): Cider
Gregg's Pit (Much Marcle, Herefordshire): Perry
Gwatkin (Abbey-Dore, Herefordshire): Squeel Pig Perry


Redditch and Bromsgrove CAMRA

CAMRA

 

 



“Lovely Atmosphere. Have really enjoyed myself.”
“Good venue. On bus route.”
“Excellent – may come again”
“Nice to see the festival busy”
“Marvellous”
“Great venue, good to be here again”
“Very good”
“Good Venue”
“Enjoyed it as usual”
“Very good as always”
“Nice and friendly with a small but quality selection of ale”
“First time visitor (I am ashamed that work has kept me away in the past!) – Thank you everybody – I really enjoyed myself”
“Great Atmosphere, friendly staff and a selection great ales”
“It doesn’t show signs of stopping and I’ve got some great ale for quaffing,
So as long as the great ale will flow, let it snow, let it snow, let it snow”


Redditch and Bromsgrove CAMRA