Three cheers for the Lymm Beer Festival
Over £2000 raised at Lymm Beer Festival
300 people sampled some of the 29 beers
LYMM’S inaugural beer festival received charitable ‘cheers’ as hundreds of ale lovers attended the event, raising over £2,000 in the process.
Over 300 people sampled some of the 29 beers and ciders on sale and were treated to some hearty grub courtesy of Lymm Ladies Circle.
CAMRA member Kevin Campbell said: “There was an excellent range of drinks on offer, both from in and around Warrington and across England and Wales, including dark beers, pale ales, ciders and even different types of perry. As an inaugural event it was really well organised – hats off to them.”
Lymm and District Round Table chairman Chris Stephens added: “We’re delighted that so many people came along to sample the great selection of beers we had on offer and we’re very grateful to all the local businesses and organisations that sponsored barrels. There’s no rest for the wicked though – our attentions must now quickly turn to the Big Lymm Bonfire!”
The Lymm and District Round Table is one of the most buoyant in the country with a large and enthusiastic membership and regular social and charity events planned throughout the year.