White Horse pub in Upton to hold annual beer and cider festival

The White Horse, Upton. Picture: ANTONY KELLY

The White Horse, Upton. Picture: ANTONY KELLY - Credit: Archant

Norfolk's first community owned pub, the White Horse at Upton, near Acle, is staging its fifth annual beer and cider festival over this weekend.

There will be 40 cask conditioned ales and 25 ciders and perrys from around the UK. Beers include wheat beer, red and black beers and vegan beers.

Ciders include toffee apple, mango and mint and lime flavours.

The festival starts on Friday afternoon and beer will be served from a marquee in the pub's garden.

There will be live music performed on an outdoor stage by six bands, starting with the Frozen Raspberries on Friday evening.

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Food is available throughout the festival including a restaurant service, boxed garden meals and a barbecue later in the evenings.

Entry is free and the festival is open from noon each day.

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The pub was bought by villagers in 2012.

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