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14th 15th 16th May 2020
The Charlton Tavern, Handbridge

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Celebrating Beer
Since 1989.
Tons of
Real Ales
Wine &
Gin Too!
Live Bands
On Stage
Hot Food
Get Tickets
Before They're Gone.
Thursday £516th May Click here to buy
Friday £1017th May Click here to buy
Saturday £1018th May Click here to buy

All tickets will be emailed to you. You must print the ticket or show our staff the email at the door.

Printed tickets are only available at the Mill Hotel, Chester Beer & Wine and Old Harker’s Arms.

Doors open 7:30pm. We are wheelchair accessible.

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Buying your drinks
at the festival.
Standard beers
4 half pints Beer, lager, cider or perry
Premium beers
4 third pints Premium keg beer
2 glasses of wine

Beer cards are available at the front of the Festival and cost £6 each.

Every beer card gets you 4 tokens worth 4 half pints of any beer, lager, cider or perry on offer or 4 third pints of premium keg beer.

Alternatively, you can also use each £6 beer card to get 2 glasses of wine. Once you have purchased your beer card, you can take them to the bar and enjoy a glass or three of real ale.

Get a free bus
there and back

For those who can’t or don’t wish to drive, we offer a FREE bus service.

The bus leaves Town Hall and makes a stop at Chester Railway Station before continuing on to the Festival.

We reserve the right to change these times without notice and to refuse any passenger at out discretion. Please remember that if you do decide to drive to the festival, you will not be able to drink alcohol! We do however, have on-site parking.

Our charities mean
a lot to us.
Claire House

Claire House is a bright, vibrant place of hope. In addition to caring for children and young adults, they focus on the needs of the whole family, providing bereavement support for as long as it is needed.

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MS Society

Since 1953, MS Society has been providing information and support, funding research and fighting for change, assisted by local branches such as the Chester & Ellesmere Port branch.

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Hospice of the Good Shepherd

The aim of Hospice of the Good Shepherd is to enable those people who are referred to them to maintain their dignity and to ensure they have the best quality of life possible.

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And many others

Our Round Table members are responsible for organising the festival but we do so much more. Why not get in touch and see how you can help us help others?

Contact Us
Contact us
for more info.
Chester Rugby Club
Hare Lane, Littleton Chester, CH3 7DB