CAMRA Kingston Beer Festival is back. Takes place at Kingston Workmens Club which is 4 minutes walk from Kingston Rail & Bus Stations. 70 ales, 11 ciders, range of other drinks, and food available. Discount entry for card carrying CAMRA members. Event will also be supporting Prostate Cancer UK.
Kingston Workmens’ Club & Institute is a pub. Comfortable CIU affiliated club close to Kingston town centre. Five full size snooker tables and two pool tables. The large function room hosts CAMRA’s Kingston Beer & Cider Festival each May.
Stash from Brighton, England are Paul ‘Mayhem’ Mayhew (vocals), Jasper ‘Guitar’ Vincent (guitar), Arron “the Baron” Bryant (bass), Dylan Amey (drums) and Sam Flynn (keyboards).
The famous Egham Beer Festivals are proudly hosted at the multi CAMRA-award winning United Services Club. The United Services Club is a private members club originally formed in 1921 and in this current building since 1965.
The Club has been presented with numerous awards since winning the very first in 2008 – that of North Surrey CAMRA Club of the Year. In 2009, 2010 and 2018, the club reached the top 4 as a finalist in the CAMRA ‘UK Club of the Year’. The Club has also appeared in every issue of the CAMRA Good Beer Guide since 2009.
Farnham Beerex has been running for forty decades in the same location, the Farnham Maltings. 2022 will be the 44th annual Beer Festival run by the three original groups that came together for the first festival: Farnham Lions Club, CAMRA and Farnham Maltings.
Did you know that at the first Beerex in 1977 there were just 24 Breweries represented? To date, 468 breweries have had their beers displayed at Beerex.