Slenderpane is proud to support the Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity. This year the Aylesbury Beer Festival is in aid of the Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity.
The Aylesbury Beer Festival offers real ale fans a chance to try new local beers and some award-winning ales and ciders from further afield.
In 2018 festival-goers bought a record-breaking 1,765 pints of the 35 beers and ciders on offer – two of which were exclusive to the Festival.
The 2019 Beer Festival is being held on Friday 1st November (6pm-11pm) and Saturday 2nd November (12pm-11pm) at Sir Henry Floyd Grammar School in Aylesbury and will see the return of the successful Local Gin Showcase, plus a new Craft Beer Bar.
All profits from the Beer Festival go directly to Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity, which provides a range of palliative and end-of-life care services and support to patients and their families in Buckinghamshire and parts of Oxfordshire and south Bedfordshire.
Entry tickets include a free souvenir branded pint glass and a programme, and a pint of beer costs less than £3.40 if you buy strips of three or six tokens (half a pint is one token). This year you can pre-order your beer tokens online; £10 buys 6 tokens and £5 buys 3 tokens.
You can also pre-order your food tokens for Saturday night – Homemade Classics will be available from 7pm at £5 per meal
• Tender beef chilli with rice and tortillas
• Butter Chicken Curry (mild) with rice and mini poppadum
• Vegetarian Lasagne with garlic bread
When is it?
Friday 1st November – 6pm-11pm
Saturday 2nd November – 12pm-11pm
Where is the Aylesbury Beer Festival?
Sir Henry Floyd Grammar School
There is plenty of free parking at the School and bus services stop outside. Or it is a short walk from Aylesbury Train Station or town centre.
Find out more details at https://www.fnhospice.org.uk/beer-festival/