Ranworth set for fourth beer festival
Ranworth village hall will be hosting its fourth beer festival over three days beginning on Friday.
The Broad Road venue will be serving more than 20 real ales and ciders from as far afield as Cornwall, Wales, Newcastle and Cumbria.
There will be a good range of summer ales as well as more notable brews such as a black IPA (India Pale Ale) and ale brewed with Belma hops from the USA, which have not been used in the UK before.
There will also be reasonably priced soft drinks for drivers and a range of snacks available.
The event is being held to raise funds for the village hall which needs an on-going programme of work for decoration, repairs and equipment. Funds are also used to run annual events.
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Entry to the event is free and there is parking, disabled access and toilets.
Opening times are: Friday, noon to 11pm; Saturday, noon to 11pm; Sunday, noon to 6pm.
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There will be musical entertainment with local band Hangover Square on Friday evening and The Humbugs and Black River Falls on Saturday evening.