2022 Food

Beer Festival 2022

The main attraction of a beer festival is, of course, the beer! There will be twelve cask ales. Some will be from local brewers and others will come from afar! To cater for all there will be two craft lagers and three ciders.

As well as the guest beers we will be providing entertainment and food for you to enjoy while sampling beers from around the country.

Guest beers

We will have guest beers catering for a diverse range of tastes. Here’s the list with tasting notes.

NameABV %Tasting Notes
Skinners Cornish Knocker4.5%The taste of the delicate floral hops trails citrus with a slight pine bitterness and leaves you with a mild biscuit finish.
Bass4.4%English hops and dry hopping. This ale is described as a classic ale with a malty, fruity, nutty aroma and a complex satisfying flavour
Vale English IPA3.7%A light copper English IPA that packs far more flavour than its abv would suggest. A three hop blend with dry planet malt creates a real sessionable thirst quencher.
Old Hooky Premium Ruby4.6%A subtly balanced, amber bitter, hoppy to the nose, malty on the palate – the classic session beer, eminently drinkable.
Hobsons Champion
3.2%A British classic crafted to our brewers special recipe makes this a nutty mild and, despite being only 3.2% abv, it is packed full of flavour
Bitter & Twisted3.8%A superbly balanced, refreshingly lively beer. It has a malty sweet aroma with a floral, fruity hoppiness.
Dinga Dinda4.0%Australian inspired pale ale full of Pacific hops for a fruit flavour packed summer beer.
Clutch4.6%Aromatic and tangy hops from the other side of the pond to give this red a fresh hit that compliments the caramel flavours of the malts.
Fork Handles4.2%A malty blonde ale with aromas of lemon and honey with a gentle spicy finish.
Sheep dip3.8%An easy-drinking amber ale with aromas of grassy hops and malt with a long bittersweet finish.
Black Hama4.8%Porter – This packs a chocolate and coffee punch with a creamy head and a liquorice undertone. Using cascade hops and a blend of malts to produce a smooth, rich and delicious traditional Baltic porter.
Wayland Smithy4.4%Fire at its heart and balanced with buckets of aromatic hops, it’s enough to give other brewers the hump.
Baldrick3.4%A very smooth and more-ish mild ale that delivers plenty of malty flavours.


We will be rolling out the barbeque serving the usual BBQ food over the three days. There will be fresh filled rolls on offer also.


For your entertainment there will be live music on all three days.

2022 Newsletter

Newsletter – July 2022

Welcome to the July 2022 Hungerford Club newsletter for all members.

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