Win A Derby Summer CAMRA Beer Festival Weekend Break

Ladies at Beer Festival

The Derby Summer CAMRA Beer Festival, 9 – 13 July 2014

Derby are delighted to welcome the Derby Summer CAMRA City Charter Beer Festival to the Market Place. The theme for this years festival will be 50 years of Derby Mountain Rescue.

The festival will be in a marquee and will showcase a selection of the best real ales from Derby’s very own micro-breweries and from around the UK and also serve cider and perries, meads and a variety of continental beers, while a range of fantastic live bands will provide the entertainment.

Derby is a great city with lots of real ale related activities taking place over the weekend from Brewery Tours to following our ‘Perfect Pub Crawl’!

We have some great Derby Summer CAMRA City Charter Beer Festival hotel rates where all guests will receive FREE fast track entry to a festival session of your choice, so why not stay over and experience all this great city has to offer.

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Enter the competition for a chance to Win a Derby CAMRA Summer Beer Festival Weekend break

Get ready to raise your tankards at the Derby CAMRA Summer Beer Festival from Wednesday 9 to Sunday 13 July.  Enjoy a great range of live music and a selection of the best real ales from Derby’s micro-breweries and around the UK, as well as cider and perries, meads and a variety of continental beers.

The prize includes:

Competition closes on Monday 30 June – Cheers!!

 

Derby Hotel Special OffersDerby Summer Beer Festival Hotel Offers

Book your Derby Summer Beer Festival break for a fraction of the price & all guests will receive FREE fast track entry before 8pm to any ONE of the festival’s sessions* from 9 – 13 July.

*Drinking Session Choice;

  • Wed 9 July, 6.30pm – 11pm
  • Thurs 10 July, Fri 11 July & Sat 12 July – 11am- 5.30pm & 5.30pm – 11pm.
  • Sunday 12 midday – 2pm (free of charge to all)

 

 

 

Real Ale HousesDiscover the Best Real Ale Houses in England

Travel gurus at the Lonely Planet describe Derby as the “best place to drink real ale in the World” and the folks at CAMRA reckon there is more real ale choice in Derby than anywhere else. Hey, who are we to disagree?  The CAMRA Summer Beer Festival is just around the corner from 9 – 13 July, making an even bigger reason to visit.
The emphasis though is on the quality of the ale and its impact on your tastebuds, as well as on your pub experience. Derby’s real ale houses come both traditional or modern and attract a mature, independent clientele.

 

 

Mild and Ale TrailMild and Ale Trail 2014

This year the Mild in May promotion is joining up with the promotion of the Summer Beer Festival to give you a trail through 22 of our local establishments. The trail will run through May and June up to the start of the 37th City Charter Summer Beer festival on 9th July.

Take an informal tour of the micro-brewery during the Derby Summer Beer Festival.

http://goo.gl/X1JSYPDerventio Brewery Tour – 12 July 2014

Derventio Brewery will be running a Brewery Tour and Tasting during the Derby Summer CAMRA City Charter Beer Festival.

Real Ale Bus ToursReal Ale Bus Tours

A mystery expedition into the depths of Derby’s real ale heritage, this tour captures the city’s most delectable drinks and atmospheric pubs – but that is just the start.

The Derby Summer Beer Festival isn’t just about beer! A range of fantastic live bands will be entertaining us in the marquee;

 

Lazy GrazingLazy Grazing

Here are a few of the restaurateurs and café owners who have been inspired to turn their gastronomic visions and philosophies into reality;

 

 

 

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