STOCKPORT BEER AND CIDER FESTIVAL

30th May 2019 - 1st June 2019

The 33rd Stockport Beer and Cider Festival will be at Edgeley Park, the home of Stockport County, less than 10 minutes from Stockport station, from Thursday 30th May to Saturday 1st June.

This year 170 or so different beers or more will be available (including many never been seen before), plus ciders, perries and bottled beers from across Europe and further afield.

The use of the stadium gives festival goers the guarantee of a seat and the chance to drink outside during what it is to be hoped will be balmy summer days and evenings while downstairs great live entertainment is promised in the large entertainment suite.

In addition as always is there an especially brewed festival ale, stalls, programme, souvenir T-shirts and glasses and hot and cold food. Families are very welcome in the stand and limited disabled access is available. The Festival is supporting a very worthy local charity, Stockport Cerebral Palsy.

The Festival is open:
   - Thursday 5.30pm-11pm
   - Friday Noon-11pm
   - Saturday Noon-11pm

To avoid the queues and to get a £1 off the entry price please book your advance tickets on the web site.

Train travellers can find more information at the Festival web site www.stockportfestival.org.uk 

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