Bridgnorth Beer Festival 2019

BRIDGNORTH SEVERN VALLEY RAILWAY STATION WILL HOST OVER 60 REAL ALES, CIDERS AND PERRIES FOR THE MUCH-LOVED BRIDGNORTH BEER FESTIVAL. ENTRY TO THE BEER FESTIVAL IS FREE.

OPENING TIMES:

  • Thursday 5th September 2019 : 5.00pm – 11.00 pm
  • Friday 6 September 2019: 11.00 am – 11.00 pm
  • Saturday 7 September 2019 : 11.00am – 11.00 pm
Bridgnorth Severn Valley Railway Station, 12 Hollybush Rd, Bridgnorth Shropshire, WV16 5DT

5th Shifnal Beer Festival

Telford and East Shropshire CAMRA’s 5th Shifnal Beer Festival will be held at the War Memorial Club, Innage Road, Shifnal from the 17th-19th October 2019. See below for a map to help you find the venue. We are open 5-11 on Thursday and 12-11 Friday and Saturday. Entry is free. There is a small glass hire charge but this is refundable on exit. We still have a couple of beers to find for the festival, but this is our current beer and ciders list:

Brewery

Beer

ABV

Tasting Notes

Amundsen (Oslo, Norway)

Bourbon Barrel Aged Double Stuffed

12.0%

A keykeg beer. Oreo Cookie Dough Imperial Stout

Beartown (Congleton, Cheshire)

Lit

4.5%

Super-pale triple American-hopped. Citrus on the nose and elderflower on the tongue

Church Aston

(Church Aston, Shropshire)

Mild

3.8%

A brand new style from Church Aston

Cloudwater Brew Co

(Manchester)

Pale

4.0%

A keykeg beer. Deliberately cloudy American style pale ale

Corvedale (Corfton, Shropshire)

Oatmeal Stout

FINALIST SHROPSHIRE BREWERS CUP

4.5%

A deep brown colour with a beige head. Aroma of chocolate, oatmeal and liquorice

Hobsons

(Cleobury Mortimer, Shropshire)

Mosaic and Citra (V)

4.2%

Unfined to maximise the hop flavour with aromas of mango, pine, citrus and herbs.

Hobsons

(Cleobury Mortimer, Shropshire)

Old Prickly

FINALIST SHROPSHIRE BREWERS CUP

4.2%

Pale ale with Columbus and Lubelski hops to give complex floral and citrus notes

Hop and Stagger

(Norton, Shropshire)

Bridgnorth Porter

5.0%

A rich, smooth porter. Balanced malt and hop flavours oozing chocolate, liquorice and fruit

Joule’s

(Market Drayton)

Blonde Special

TBC

A specially brewed stronger version of Joule’s old favourite, Pure Blonde

Joule’s

(Market Drayton)

Honey I shrunk the Brewer

4.2%

A smooth and satisfying blonde ale with the natural sweetness and flavours of honey

Joule’s

(Market Drayton)

Damson beer

TBC

A new beer from Joules made with damsons

Stonehouse

(Weston, Shropshire)

Kelly Point IPA

FINALIST SHROPSHIRE BREWERS CUP

4.4%

West Coast style IPA with medium bitterness and citrus and tropical fruit aroma

Stonehouse

(Weston, Shropshire)

Station Bitter

3.8%

Amber coloured bitter. Full bodied with a balance of fruity hops and roasted malt

Three Tuns

(Bishops Castle, Shropshire)

Stout

FINALIST SHROPSHIRE BREWERS CUP

4.4%

Black; smooth, creamy, old-fashioned stout with a bitter finish

Three Tuns

(Bishops Castle, Shropshire)

Cleric’s Cure

5.0%

Light-tan beer with medium malty sweetness and powerful, spicy, floral bitterness

Twisted Barrel (Coventry)

Sine Qua Non (V)

4.5%

West Coast style IPA. A complex malt base with a citrus and pine hop profile

Twisted Barrel (Coventry)

Saison From Another Place (V)

5.5%

A Belgian style ale that uses an array of spices to augment the fruit esters from saison yeast

William Worthington Brewing Co.

(Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire)

White Shield

5.6%

IPA originally brewed in 1829. A traditional IPA, not the same as modern golden versions

Ciders and Perries

Hurst View

(Ivetsy Bank, Staffordshire)

Pyder

6.0%

Made with perry pears and cider apples

Hurst View

(Ivetsy Bank, Staffordshire)

Jibber Jabber

7.0%

Medium cider

Hurst View

(Ivetsy Bank, Staffordshire)

Rhubarb

4.0%

Cider made with added rhubarb for a twist

Stonehouse

(Weston, Shropshire)

Sweeney Mountain Cider

6.2%

Medium dry cider