The 17th Ayrshire Real Ale Festival will be held from Thursday 6th - Saturday 8th October 2016,
as usual in Troon Concert Hall.

The festival, organised by the Ayrshire & Wigtownshire branch of CAMRA (Campaign for Real Ale),
will once again feature over 150 ales from around the UK, and we'll have our themed second bar in the Walker Hall.
Watch out for details of Tutored Tastings, entertainment details and staffing forms in the coming months.

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Beer Festival Planning Meeting tonight in Geordie's Byre, Ayr starting at 8pm. All branch members are welcome to attend. ... See MoreSee Less

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Stuart McMahon shared Ayr Brewing Company's photo to the group: Ayrshire Real Ale Festival. ... See MoreSee Less

Next up on the local Beer Festival Circuit this summer is the Alloway Beer Festival at the Cambusdoon Sports Club on Saturday 4th June from 12 Noon to 11 pm. Food, live music, premier league cricket w...

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There's some great Beer Festivals coming up this summer. First up is The Land Of Burns Beer festival at Ayr Rugby Club on 28th May from 12 till 8. We'll be there along with Tryst Brewery Loch Fyne Bre...

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Another date for your diary. Saturday 4th June 12 noon -11pm The Alloway Beer Festival at Cambusdoon Sports Club Alloway. Organised in assosiation with CAMRA there will be 12 real ales and a couple of ciders ... See MoreSee Less

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A couple of pics from last night's presentation in the The Glen Park Hotel to the Ayr Brewing Company for winning Beer of the Festival (2015) with Betty and the Gardens, and for winning the Champion P...

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Seems so long ago, but our Beer of the 2015 Festival was won by Ayr's Betty and the Gardens. The presentation of the award is being made tomorrow night, Tuesday 12th January in the Glen Park Hotel, Ayr at 8pm. All welcome to attend and have a sneaky few beers at the same time!

And looking ahead to this year's festival (6th-8th October 2016), the first planning meeting will be on Monday 25th January at 8pm in Geordie's Byre, Ayr. If you'd like to help out, or have some suggestions for the Committee, then the meeting is open to all to attend.
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Happy New Year from The Ayrshire Real Ale Festival.
See you all in 279 Days
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Had a great day yesterday on the Beerfest staff outing to Castle Douglas. Many thanks to Allen and his staff at the Sulwath Brewery Tap and to the warm welcome and great beers provided by Ken Bridge Hotel at New Galloway and The Clachan at St John's Town of Dalry. My favourite part of the day was supping the very excellent Hopscotch from Born in the Borders Brewery while watching the sun set from the Ken Bridge's beer garden. Idyllic! ... See MoreSee Less

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