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Ham Fest - the ale line-up

The Ale line-up

Although at the bargain price of just £3 a pint, it’s still worth taking the time to review the HAM Fest’s fluid offerings before making your choice. fluid offerings before making your choice. So we’re here to help with a quick resume of what’s on offer on Saturday April 4th

Past winner at the Reading Beer Festival, first up is Ramsbury Brewery’s ‘GOLD’ (4.5%) accompanied by its stable mate, the slightly lower strength ‘SAME AGAIN’ (3.8%).Ramsbury brew using their own Ramsbury Estate water ale music festival hungerford and barley giving their beers a unique taste and provenance which is well worth experiencing.

Trading media careers and Soho for 40 acres of Enbourne, Phil and Michael of Two Cocks brewery were left with little choice other than to start brewing when they discovered hops The Ale line-upin the hedgerows and an abundance of natural springs on their newly acquired farm.

A perfect choice it seems to have been for them too, with their 8 beer range picking up no less than 9 awards in only 2 years of brewing! All tastes ranging from 3.8-5.6% are covered and, true to their ethos of sustainability, the hedgerow hops are still used in their beers.

Tutts Clump. Well we know what they make - iz Zider innum! Mostly floating around the 6% mark, though there are lower and higher, Tutts Clump make their ciders with all juice from apples The Ale line-up grown mainly in West Berkshire. Always a festival favourite!

There will also be a variety of wines available from Hungerford wine merchant Caviste

All the Ales & Ciders on offer at the festival will be at £3 a pint, which makes the already low ticket price of £5, seem like an absolute bargain!

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