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Newark Beer Festival Programme for the eighteenth festival, 24th - 26th May 2013. Festival edition of the Beer Gutter Press the branch magazine for the Newark brancj of the Campaign for Real Ale. Published by the Capital Media Group.

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1NEWARK BEER FESTIVAL | SEVENTEEN newarkcamra.org.ukTHE EVENT IN THE TENT BY THE TRENTwww.newarkcamra.org.uk/festivalRIVERSIDE PARK NEWARK24 TO 26 MAY 2013NOTTINGHAMSHIRELIVE MUSIC GOOD FOODAND OVER 140 REAL ALESSupported by Newark & Sherwood District CouncilNEWARKEIGHTEENBEER FESTIVAL NEWARK BEER FESTIVALXVIIISOUVENIR PROGRAMMEOPENING TIMES: FRIDAY & SATURDAY 10.30am - 10.30pmSUNDAY 12 noon - 4.00pmwww.newarkcamra.org.uk/festivalRIVERSIDE PARK NEWARK24 TO 26 MAY 2013NOTTINGHAMSHIRELIVE MUSIC GOOD FOODAND OVER 140 REAL ALESSupported by Newark & Sherwood District CouncilNEWARKEIGHTEENBEER FESTIVAL NEWARK BEER FESTIVALXVIIISOUVENIR PROGRAMMEOPENING TIMES: FRIDAY & SATURDAY 10.30am - 10.30pmSUNDAY 12 noon - 4.00pmBEER IS PROOF THAT GOD LOVES US2NEWARK BEER FESTIVAL | EIGHTEEN newarkcamra.org.ukTHE EVENT IN THE TENT BY THE TRENT3NEWARK BEER FESTIVAL | EIGHTEEN newarkcamra.org.uk CHAIRMANSFESTIVAL WELCOME 2013R E A L A L E C I D E R PERRY COUNTRY WINEDear FestivalgoerWelcome to Newark CAMRAs 18th Beer Festival, the year of coming of age,And what a year it promises to be - the micro brewery revolution is taking the country by storm. We have 27 (and growing) breweries in our locality alone giving the beer drinker a quality choice that we have not had in living memory.With over 140 beers, this Festival offers a wide choice to suit all tastes, with many of the ales coming from new breweries. There is also an excellent selection of quality ciders, perry and country wines.A vibrant entertainment programme featuring live music adds to the festival atmosphere.Newark Beer Festival has always been known as the friendly event, so whether it is your first time or you are a regular friend please enjoy your visit and support the continuing campaign for real ale, so: Revive, Imbibe, Subscribe.David MooreChairman, Newark CAMRAFor up-to-date details of all meetings and socials check our website: www.newarkcamra.org.uk/diary6th June Lord Nelson, Winthorpe4th July Muskham Ferry, North Muskham1st August Waggon and Horses, BleasbyAll at 8.00 pmDIARY : BRANCH MEETINGSNewark CAMRA strives to increase consumer choice of real ale by objecting to pub closures and championing high standards of customer service in the areas public houses. We support our local breweries by promoting the diversity they bring to the bar.Newark CAMRA also brings national issues such as tax and opening hours to local attention. Importantly, we are a social group of likeminded drinkers of all ages and walks of life. Anyone is welcome to attend our meetings, details of which can be found elsewhere in this programme.This Programme is published by Capital Media Ltd., 2 Halifax Court, Fernwood Business Park, Cross Lane, Newark, NG24 3JP.To reach a high proportion of discerning imbibersacross East Nottinghamshire, contact the Capital Media team on 01636 302 302.Opinions expressed within this Programme are not necessarily those of the editorial staff or CAMRA at a local or national level.FESTIVAL SPONSORSNewark Paint & HardwareGreek SteakhouseDuncan & ToplisMatrix Logic ComNet LtdThe BusinessRobert John Newton Plumbing & HeatingThe Real Ale StoreNewark Blues FestivalJust BeerGreenberry Bros (Engineers) LtdAmelias Hobby BoxFOOD OUTLETSFood to Go Merry Berry TrufflesRushtons Fen Farm VenisonBEER IS PROOF THAT GOD LOVES US4NEWARK BEER FESTIVAL | EIGHTEEN newarkcamra.org.uk Friday 24th May 3pm - 3.30pm QUIZBrain teasing time again with resident brainiac Mark Taylor.7.30pm - 8pm THE NEWARK BLUES FESTIVAL BLUES BANDThe organising committee members and friends open up this years festival with a selection of blues numbersasamusicaladvert for thisSeptemberseventbeingheldinthetown.Ifyouareunawareorunsure of the quality of this now well-established festival check out these guys for an insight.8.40pm - 10pm THE BUSINESSA local Newark band faithfully recreating classic rock and pop covers from the 60s to the present day. Formed in 2006 and consisting of a wealth of experience this, surprisingly is their first appearance at the Beer Festival. Saturday 25th May1.45pm 2.30pm ALBION ROSEAn Acoustic rock covers band from Nottingham kick things off with more gentle interpretations of songs by bands such as Coldplay, Kasabian, U2 and the Rolling Stones. Nothing too much for thosedelicate heads3pm - 3.30pm QUIZTime to shake up those brain cells once again with todays instalment.4.30pm - 5.30pm CORNDOGGERSA Nottinghamshire based six piece band. They present a subtle fusion of folk, blues, rock n roll and jazz, covering some of the greats such as Dylan, Cohen and Richard Thompson as well as original numbers.6.30pm - 7.40pm FULL CIRCLENottinghams premier Rock and Blues band make their debut appearance at our Festival after a superb set at last years Nottingham Beer Festival. Regulars of the pub and club circuit around Nottingham/Derby know all about this band, now its your turn to find out just how good they are.8.40pm - 10pm PARKERAfter a storming set last year on the Saturdayafternoon it is with great pleasure that we invite Parker back to headline this years festival. A four piece covers band from Nottinghamshire/Derbyshire, they have a very diverse set list, covering such artists as The Rolling Stones, TheClash,RedHotChilliPeppers,QueensoftheStoneAgeandtheBeatles.Ifyoulikeyourperformancesgritty, rockin and with attitude, dont miss these guys. Sunday 26th May2.30pm - 3pm QUIZYour last chance to win a gallon of beer with todays brain teasers.FESTIVALENTERTAINMENTPA supplied and operated by Forefront ProductionsLighting and effects by Forefront Productions.Quizzes compiled and researched by Mark Taylor.THE EVENT IN THE TENT BY THE TRENT5NEWARK BEER FESTIVAL | EIGHTEEN newarkcamra.org.uk NEWARKBREWERYwww.newarkbrewery.co.uk77 William Street | Newark | Notts | NG24 1QU07967 742858ewarkbrewerycBEER IS PROOF THAT GOD LOVES US6NEWARK BEER FESTIVAL | EIGHTEEN newarkcamra.org.ukTHE EVENT IN THE TENT BY THE TRENT7NEWARK BEER FESTIVAL | EIGHTEEN newarkcamra.org.uk As staffing officer of the Newark Beer Festival foranumberofyearsnow, Ihavenoticedasteady increase in lady volunteers and some 26% (152) of Newark branch members are ladies. With this in mind, I began to wonder if I couldarrange a 2 hour slot at this years festival, staffed entirely by Newark CAMRA ladies. The response to my email was fantastic, and now the Beer Belles willbestaffingallaspectsofthefestivalonSaturday,25th May from 4.30 until 6.30, looking splendid in theircommemorativepinkt-shirts. ImnotsurebutIthinkthiscouldbeafirstforCAMRA?I think this is good positive campaigning forthe CAMRA cause and hopefully the initiative will reinforce the point that real ale is not just about men, the ladies also enjoy a pint!As well as the 2 hours of staffing, seven Beer Belles from the Newark branch of CAMRA were up at silly oclock on 18th April to travel to Lincoln Green Brewing Company Ltd, Hucknall to brew a one off beer, especially for Newark Beer Festival.The ladies helped devise a recipe with Anthony Hughes of Lincoln Green, who explained how the brewing process worked and gave us fantastic hospitality. With guidance from Anthony and Martin Castledine (also of Lincoln Green) we did everything from start to finish, even the cleaning, so this is definitely our beer! Brewing from scratch was a first for most of the ladies and it was the talking pointinthepubduringtheafternoonasImsureitwillbeformanyyearstocome.Ifeverythingwenttoplan, this beer is a golden, easy drinking 4.2% ale. It should be a nicely balanced beer with a gentlebitterness and good aroma.The brew has been named Go Bellistic and is available at the Festival. Louise HarrisonCAMRA LADIES GO BELLISTIC BEER IS PROOF THAT GOD LOVES US8NEWARK BEER FESTIVAL | EIGHTEEN newarkcamra.org.ukThis years Newark Branch nominated charity is the Lincs & Notts Air Ambulance and we will be helping them raise funds at events throughout the year.The charity provides a rapid response emergency MD 902 Explorer helicopter 365 days a year and provides a fast, smooth, efficient journey to hospital.Based at RAF Waddington, the Air Ambulance is fully equipped to attend medical emergencies in Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire covering a total of 3,000 square miles. The crew are airborne within a few minutes of a call coming in and flying at 157mph, can reach the furthest points in either county in less than 17 minutes. On board Paramedics are trained to give immediate trauma treatment and average journey time from an accident site to the nearest hospital is approximately 8 minutes, well within the Golden Hour. We are ready and available to be called on to assist at the scene of an accident, providing medical treatment together with rapid transportation for those who might not otherwise survive their injuries. Over the last few years we have gradually become accepted as part of an integrated emergency services network.Lincolnshire plays host to a large number of bikers in the summer months making this our busiest season for motorcycle incidents. Often incidents occur in more rural locations which can be up to 45 minutes from the nearest hospital by land ambulance which is considerably longer than the 8 minutes by air.Known locally as the Ambucopter the yellow M.D. Explorer is now a familiar sight above the two counties, we have responded to in excess of 14,300 calls since we began operations in 1994. In 2012 we attended 236 serious road traffic collisions amongst many other incidents. The Lincs & Notts Air Ambulance is entirely funded by donations and we receive no government funding. We attend between 800 and 1000 incidents every year and each incident costs the charity around 2000 to attend which means that we need to raise a minimum of 1.7million to keep the ambucopter flying and saving lives.Please help us to continue to provide this vital service to the people of Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire by supporting us. You could help us by: Bytakingpartinalocaleventlikea10krun Byholdingacharitymotorcycleruninaidofus DonationsinlieuofBirthdaypresents Donatingunwantedclothesandotheritemsto oneofourshopsThere are loads of ways you can help us, to find out more please do contact us we would love to hear from you! Call 01522 548 469, e: enquiries@ambucopter.org.uk or visit our website www.ambucopter.org.ukLINCS & NOTTS AIR AMBULANCEYOUR FUNDR A IS ING IS OUR L IFEL INETHE EVENT IN THE TENT BY THE TRENT9NEWARK BEER FESTIVAL | EIGHTEEN newarkcamra.org.uk Main Street, Claypole, Nr Newark, Notts, NG23 5BJ. Tel: 01636 626561 Real Ales & Good FoodEn-Suite AccommodationMartin Finney FBII & Kay Finney AMBIIThe Five Bells Inn& Chimes RestaurantTUESDAY IS POKER NIGHT!Beer garden with childrens play area Outside bars catered forllCAMRAGrantham AreaPub of the Year2013BEER FESTIVAL 28th - 30th JuneOn Sunday 30th, enjoy a pig roast & live musicOver 300 Top Quality Bottled Beers & Ciders12-14 KIRK GATE, NEWARK, NG24 1AB T: 01636 918022 E: info@theRealAleStore.comfor the finest Local, British & Imported Bottled BeersTHE REAL ALE STOREGift Packs, Vouchers, Mixed Cases, Glassware & BooksOpening Times: Mon 10am - 3pm, Tues - Sat 10am - 6pmOrder online at www.theRealAleStore.comto CAMRA members Throughout the 2013Newark Beer Festival WeekendDiscount10%BEER IS PROOF THAT GOD LOVES US10NEWARK BEER FESTIVAL | EIGHTEEN newarkcamra.org.ukFESTIVALETIQUETTEBeer festival virgins should take a few moments heretolearnaboutfestivaletiquette.Ifyouarestanding with an empty glass, pick a brew at random, and then return to this page. Off you go. Now here are some tips to help enjoyyour session. 1. The breweries are listed in alphabetical order, followed by the brewerys location, the beer strength and then a short tasting note. Remember some of these brews are so new not even our cellarmen have tasted them, so please be tolerant if the descriptions arent 100% accurate. 2. We suggest you start at the lower end of the ABV (alcohol by volume) scale, say around 3.5%, and move steadily towards the heavier beers at 6 or 7% and beyond. Remember, at this end of the scale you may lose your self-respect, use of your legs, or even your partner! 3. We cant guarantee that every beer will beavailableateverysession. It isourpolicynottoserve beer that isnt ready, and some beers (marked asRESinthe list)arent likelytobeonfirst. Ifyourchoice isnt available, there may be several reasons: i) We were unable to get the advertised beer an alternative from that brewery will usually be on offer. ii) The beer is not yet ready to serve be patient, it may be available a little later. iii) Youre late and its already sold out! 4. Dont forget to eat! Visit our caterers occasionally to help soak up the beer. Or if you just want nibbles, we stock crisps, nuts and locally produced scratchings in the marquee.PLEASE dont drink and drive. Soft drinks are available for drivers and we have timetables and taxi numbers at the information desk.THE EVENT IN THE TENT BY THE TRENT11NEWARK BEER FESTIVAL | EIGHTEEN newarkcamra.org.uk Great North Road, Cromwell, Newark, NG23 6JET: 01636 822255E: info@milestonebrewery.com46 Stodman Street, Newark, NG24 1AWT: 01636 918 121 E: info@theprincerupert.co.ukWE SERVE A FRESH FOOD MENU 7 DAYS A WEEKLIVE MUSIC TUESDAY NIGHTS & SUNDAYSwww.theprincerupert.co.ukc1452Featuring six beers from the Liverpool Craft Beer Company and a range of Milestone AlesWhile in town visit our BEERFESTIVAL24th - 26th MayBEER IS PROOF THAT GOD LOVES US12NEWARK BEER FESTIVAL | EIGHTEEN newarkcamra.org.ukTHE BEER LIST (L) = LocAle BreweryRES = In Reserve Ale 8SAIL Heckington,Sleaford1 FLOWER POWER 4.2% Refreshing summer pale beer.2 OLD COLONY 5.3% American style pale ale. ALECHEMY Livingstone, West Lothian3 CAIRNPAPPLEIPA 4.1% Well blanced light refreshing IPA. ALLGATES Wigan,LancsRES POTCALLINGKETTLE 5.2% Black IPA. ASCOT Camberley,SurreyRES KOHATU 4.2% Single Hop variety. BELLEVILLE London4 NORTHCOTE BLONDE 4.2% New blonde ale. BETJEMAN Wantage, Oxfordshire WessexRES BLONDE 4.0% Refreshing blonde ale.5 IMPERIALSTOUT 10.0% Very strong imperial stout. BEXAR COUNTY Peterborough, Cambs6 VANILLACOFFEEMILD 3.9% Unfined. Vanilla coffee mild.7 NO TENGO LETCHE 5.8% Unfined. Milk stout. BIGHAND Wrexham,Clwyd8 ATRAMENUS 4.2% Stout.RES FIRSTHAND 4.2% Golden ale. BLACKER&SON Chester,Clwyd9 ECLIPSE 4.1% Light quaffable pale blonde ale.10 CHESTERBEST 4.3% Mid brown Best bitter. BOGGART Manchester11 MUD BRAWLER 4.4% Vanilla porter. BOWNESSBAY Bowness,Cumbria12 SWANBLONDE 4.0% Compellingly crisp, deliciously dry hoppiness. BREWSTERS(L) Grantham, Lincs.RES HOPTICALEILLUSION 4.0% Copper gold with hoppy aroma.13 SUTHERLAND 4.8% Latest Wicked Woman beer BRIGHTSIDE Bury,Lancs14 MANCHESTERSKYLINE 4.5% Full bodied golden ale.15 MAVERICKIPA 4.8% American style IPA. BUCKINGHAM Buckingham,BucksRES GOLDEN 3.8% Very hoppy golden ale.16 OLDENGLISHALE 6.1% Smooth, bitter sweet with load of tangy hop flavours. BYTHEHORNS London17 WOLFIESMITHAMBERALE 5.2% Exceptionally moorish amber ale. CASTLEROCK(L) NottinghamRES SLOWWORM 3.5% Easy drinking moreish mild.18 IANPAICE 4.2% Dark bitter with slight smoke on the water character.19 BOUNCINGBOMB 4.4% Golden beer with spicy, cedar notes from the German hops. CAYTHORPE (L) Caythorpe, Notts20 OUTLAW 4.0% Pale with smooth bitterness & light citrus.21 STOUTFELLOW 4.2% Inspired by Arnie a local farmers well proportioned bull. Dark Stout.THE EVENT IN THE TENT BY THE TRENT13NEWARK BEER FESTIVAL | EIGHTEEN newarkcamra.org.uk COPTHORNE (L) Darlton, Notts22 WARHORSE 3.8% Chestnut, quite malty with caramel on nose.RES COMANCHE 4.0% Copper colour with caramel overtones.23 STORMBRINGER 4.5% Dark chestnut, toffee and fruit. DANCINGDUCK Derby24 DCUK 4.3% Great aroma and upfront hoppiness.RES DARKDRAKE 4.5% Delicious dark rich oatmeal stout.25 DUCKSCOURAGE 5.0% Strong premium pale bitter. DOUBLE TOP Worksop, Notts26 NELSONMILD 3.5% Dark mild.27 MADHOUSEPORTER 5.2% Dark tasty porter. DUKERIES Worksop,Notts28 LIMETREEPORTER 4.4% Rich black porter.29 MININGSTOUT 4.5% Stout, bursting with robust rich flavours. ELIXIR Edinburgh@Alechemy30 COAL PORTER 5.0% Collab with Alechemy. Smoked porter.31 BENEDICTINEGROOVE 5.5% Scotch ale with smoked malt, tonic wine and tablet FALLEN Stirling,Stirlingshire@TSA32 1703 3.9% Bitter, caramel, citrus and fruity.33 BLACKHOUSEPORTER 5.0% Smoked porter, chocolate, coffee and peat smoke. FELL GrangeoverSands,Cumbria34 ROBUSTPORTER 4.8% London style porter.35 PROGRESSIVEPALE 5.1% New World strong pale ale. FLIPSIDE(L) Colwick, Nottingham36 HEADS&DRAGONSTAILS 4.1% Pale with citrus overtones.RES RANDOMTOSS 4.4% Refreshing pale ale with lemon and lime tropical fruit flavours. FOOLHARDYALES Stockport37 RAVEN 3.4% Limited edition, dark, delicious traditional beer.RES RISKY 4.4% Easy drinking pale ale.38 RECKLESS 5.0% Amber premium beer. FRONT ROW Congleton, Cheshire39 COLLAPSE 5.6% Strong IPA. FUNFAIR(L) Elston, Notts40 SHOWMANSBITTER 3.9% Chestnut coloured malty session ale.41 WALTZER 4.5% Easy drinking delicately hopped bitter. 42 BRANDYSNAP 4.7% Golden, refreshing with Ginger. FUZZY DUCK Poulton le Fylde, Lancs43 TREASURECHEST 3.9% Golden ale brewed with Pacific Gem and Crystal hops. GADDS Ramsgate,Kent44 OLDSCHOOLMILD 4.5% Dark mild. GASDOG BurroughontheHill,Leics45 GASDOGALE 4.0% Chocolate dark malty.RES GASDOGBITTER 4.0% Hoppy Golden. GEEVES Barnsley,SouthYorks46 CAPTAINGINGERBREAD 4.3% Naturally hazy wheat beer infused with ginger. GOLDEN DUCK Appleby Magna, Leics47 TOMMOSMILD 3.5% Dark, smooth, chocolate flavoured mild.RES LUNNYSNo8 4.8% Golden Ale HANDLEYS(L) Barnby, Notts48 GOLDENLIGHTMURPHY 3.8% Very light and not too bitter, named after the pub dog.BEER IS PROOF THAT GOD LOVES US14NEWARK BEER FESTIVAL | EIGHTEEN newarkcamra.org.uk HARTHILL Harthill,SouthYorks49 HARTSTOPPER 4.0% Light blonde ale.RES SWHEATHART 4.3% Wheat beer (may be cloudy) HOP KETTLE Cricklade, Wiltshire50 TRICERAHOPS 4.1% Fruity tripple hopped golden ale.51 PACIFICJADE 4.2% Bold aroma of citrus and black pepper, gentle bitterness and a spicy finish HOPSHACKLE MarketDeeping,Lincs52 MARILLO 3.8% Golden, with strong aroma of citrus fruit. RES REDALE 4.3% Amber red, initial malt followed by a burst of citrus hop. 53 SUMO 5.2% Golden amber beer with an aroma and flavour packed with hop resins. HORNBEAM Denton, Manchester54 WHITESWAN 4.6% Wheat beer with a subtle addition of lavender. A tantalising aroma, spiciness and distinctive finish. KENDAL Kendal, Cumbria61 SILVERTANNER 4.4% Hoppy and fruity. KINGSCLIPSTONE(L) KingsClipstone,Notts62 HOP ON 3.8% Light blonde with fine hoppy aroma.RES SIRE 4.2% Traditional best bitter. KINNEIL Boness,WestLothian63 KINCARDINESUNSET 4.0% Refreshing, citrus, hoppy. KIRKBYLONSDALE KirkbyLonsdale,Lancs64 MONUMENTAL 4.5% Golden coloured, with a distinct floral mouth and nose65 UNCLEBEN 5.9% Sorry, no tasting notes. LINCOLNGREEN(L) Hucknall, Notts66 MAJORMILD 3.6% Traditional mild for May.67 GOBELLISTIC 4.2% Golden, easy drinking brewed by our lady volunteers.68 SPRINGGREEN 4.3% Real lager style beer. LLANGOLLEN Abbey Grange, Llangollen69 WREXHAMBORDERS 3.9% Light brown with hoppy finish. LOCHNESS Drumnadrochit,Inverness70 REDNESS 4.2% Deep red fruity beer. LONG LANE Coalville, Leics71 MUCKERRED 3.9% Mild reddish bitter.72 COLONELELLIS 6.5% Pale blonde with Challenger and Fuggles. LYTHAM StAnnes,LancashireRES LOWTHER 3.9% Deep golden bitter.73 TWILIGHT 4.0% Deep brown mild. MAGPIE(L) NottinghamRES CELEBRATIONALE 4.1% Golden ale, fruity and floral with a complex hop mix .74 MIDNIGHTMILD 4.4% Dark stronger ruby mild, with plenty of roast malt flavour MALLARD (L) Maythorne, Notts75 WADDLERSMILD 3.7% Beautiful aromatic dark mild made with Bobek and Cascade Hops.76 DABBLINDUCK 4.3% Brewed with Pale and Torrified Malt and a trio of hops. MALLINSONS Huddersfield,WestYork77 MOSAIC 4.0% Single hopped beer. MAYPOLE (L) Eakring, Notts78 MIDGE 3.5% Pale golden ale, brewed wih three types of American hops.79 MAIBAUMALT 4.8% Bronze Coloured German styled alt beer.80 NIGELBROWNALE 4.9% Brewed using a variety of coloured malts including a small amount of peat smoked THE EVENT IN THE TENT BY THE TRENT15NEWARK BEER FESTIVAL | EIGHTEEN newarkcamra.org.uk malt and nugget and cascade hops. Charity beer in aid of the Lincs and Notts Air Ambulance. MEDIEVAL ColstonBassett,Notts81 GAUNTLET 3.5% Pale ale with a sublime sweetness, sharp grapefruit and lemon flavours giving a quaffable bitterness. 82 WAROFTHEROSES 4.6% Golden thirst quenching beer with great hop character. MILESTONE Cromwell,Notts.RES SHINEON 4.0% Light refreshing straw colour.83 HONEYPORTER 4.9% Dark with honey.84 RASPBERRYWHEAT 5.6% Continental style Raspberry wheat. MOONSHINE Cambridge85 TRUMPINGTONTIPPLE 3.6% English style bitter, fruity and hoppy.86 CB1 4.2% Amber bitter with good balance of malt and hops. NEWARK (L) Newark, Notts87 NEWARKBEST 3.7% Ruby chestnut, malty with great head.88 NEWARKPRIDE 4.0% Pale with hops from the US, New Zealand and the UK.89 NEWARKPALEALE 4.5% Golden pale citrus fresh taste. NOMAD Newthorpe, Notts90 EXPLORER 3.6% **Vegan Friendly** Light session ale with fragrant aroma.91 NIGHTPORTER 3.8% **Vegan Friendly** Brown porter with spicy aroma.RES NAVIGATOR 4.3% **Vegan Friendly** Refreshing, hoppy IPA. NORTHERN Dandiway, Cheshire92 HITNMISS 4.5% Raspberry blonde beer. OLDERSHAW(L) Barkston Heath, Lincs.93 BOUNCINGBOMBER 4.0% Trad bitter with a hop twist.94 LASTCHARGE 5.0% American pale ale. OTLEY Pontypridd,SouthWales95 02CROESO 4.2% Light golden, full of citrus aroma.96 OXYMORON 5.5% Dry hopped black IPA. OUTTHEREBREWING Newcastle97 SPACEISTHEPLACE 3.5% Sweet yet bitter taste of toffee of burnt toffee makes this a beautifully balanced pint. PARISH BurroughontheHill,Leics98 TRUDYSTIPPLE 4.2% Elderflower golden ale.99 BAZSBONCEBLOWER 12.2% The king of all strong beers. Barley wine. PHEASANTRY(L) East Markham100 RINGNECKAMBERALE 4.1% Well hopped classic English ale.101 DARK ALE 4.2% Smooth, soft, satisfying dark malty ale. REDWILLOW Runcorn,Cheshire102 WITLESSII 4.8% Mango wheat beer (cloudy). REVOLUTIONS Castleford,WestYorks103 THREEMINUTEHERO 4.5% Pale ale. SHEFFIELD Sheffield104 RIGA 4.5% India Pale Ale. SPRINGHEAD(L) Laneham, Notts105 BLACK TOM 3.8% Dark nutty mild with chocolate finish.RES BEESKNEES 3.9% Light golden made with local honey.106 ROARINGMEG 5.5% Smooth golden with citrus honey aroma. TRYST Larbert,Stirlingshire107 DROVERS80SHILLINGS 4.0% Full bodied with hint of spice. TWOCOCKS Enborne,BerkshireRES ROUNDHEAD 4.2% Bitter. 108 PURITANSTOUT 4.5% Stout.BEER IS PROOF THAT GOD LOVES US16NEWARK BEER FESTIVAL | EIGHTEEN newarkcamra.org.uk ULVERSTON Ulverston,Cumbria109 ANOTHERFINEMESS 4.0% Pale, full-bodied beer with sweet, hoppy aroma WAEN Penstroed, Powys110 CHILLIPLUMPORTER 6.1% Velvety plum porter with a chilli warmth. WANTSUM Hersden,KentRES TURBULIENTPRIEST 4.4% Ruby ale.111 YELLOWTAIL 4.5% Golden ale. WELBECK ABBEY (L) Welbeck, Notts112 ELIS 3.8% Traditional dark mild for May.113 CAVENDISH 5.0% Strong blonde ale. WENTWORTH Wentworth,SouthYorksRES SCHOOLOFHOP 3.9% Light and pale. WHITSTABLE CraftyGreen,Kent114 GALAXY 4.4% Single hopped beer using Galaxy. WILDWEATHER Silchester,Hampshire115 LITTLEWIND 4.2% Deep amber ale.116 STORMBRINGER 4.5% Premium ale with well developed hop flavours. WINDSWEPT Lossiemouth,Moray117 WOLF 6.0% Dark and powerful, named after the infamous Wolf of Badenoch. XT Long Crendon, Bucks118 XT3 4.2% IPA made with lots of Celeia, Columbus and Cluster Hops, on Vienna malts.119 XT13 4.5% Pacific red ale with Galaxy, Riwaka, Columbia and Pacific Gem Hops 120 APRICOTPALEALE 4.2% Apricot flavoured golden ale.THE EVENT IN THE TENT BY THE TRENT17NEWARK BEER FESTIVAL | EIGHTEEN newarkcamra.org.uk THE CIDER & PERRY LISTCIDER Barbourne - WorcestershireMedium Cider 6% Barkers - WorcestershireCider 7% Biddenden - KentBushels - Medium dry 6%Bushels - Medium 8% Burnards - NorfolkOakey Dokey 5.2%Three Sheets t Wind 6% Dunkertons - HerefordshireMedium Cider 7% Gwynt Y Draig - Mid GlamorganAncient Warrior 6.5%Black Dragon 7.2%Celtic Warrior 5.5%Happy Daze 4.5%Haymaker Medium 6.5%Welsh Warrior 6% Hecks - SomersetPort Wine of Glastonbury 6.5% Moorlands Farm - East YorkshireMedium Dry 6.4%Medium Sweet 6.4% Orchards of Husthwaite - North YorkshireGaltres Blush 6% Orchard Pig - SomersetNavel Gazer 6%Philosopher 6% Original Cider Co - SomersetMoonshine 7.5% Pure North - West YorkshireDean House Dry 7%Valley Gold 6% Richs - SomersetFarmhouse Cider 6%Legbender 6% Rosquijeau - Brittany, FranceMedium Cider 7.4% Ross on Wye - HerefordshireDry Cider 6% Scrumpy Wasp - NottinghamshireAmnesia 7.2%Hibernate 4.8% Sheppys - SomersetSweet Cider 6% Swallowfields - SomersetCider 6.5% Thatchers - SomerestCheddar Valley Medium 6% Westcroft - SomersetJanets Jungle Juice 6% Westons - HerefordshireOld Rosie 7.3% Winkleigh Sams DevonDry Cider 6% PERRY Barbourne - WorcestershirePerry 6% Barkers - WorcestershirePerry 6% Gwynt Y Draig - Mid GlamorganTwo Trees Perry 4.5% Hecks - SomersetBlakeney Red Perry 6%Hendre Huffcap Perry 6.5% Ross on Wye - HerefordshirePerry 6% Swallowfields - SomersetPerry 6% Westons - HerefordshirePerryCOUNTRY WINE From Lyme Bay WineryGinger CherryStrawberry PlumElderflower QuincePubs in the scheme in the Newark area: Boot and Shoe, Flintham Bramley Apple, Southwell Castle, Newark Crown, Normanton on Trent Ferry Inn, North Muskham Fox and Crown, Newark Full Moon, Morton Hearty Goodfellow, Southwell Just Beer, Newark Newark Rugby Club Old Coach House, Southwell Prince Rupert, Newark Sir John Arderne, Newark Spread Eagle, Hockerton The Chequers, Elston The Final Whistle, Southwell The Real Ale Store, Newark The Reindeer, Southwell The Vine, Newark Staunton Arms, Staunton Willow Tree, Barnby in the WillowsLocALe accreditation is awarded to pubs which pledge to always offer at least one locally brewed real ale on their bar. Newark CAMRA defines a brewery as LocAle if its within a 20 mile radius of the pub door. (www.newarkcamra.org.uk/locale)LocAle UPDATE BEER IS PROOF THAT GOD LOVES US18NEWARK BEER FESTIVAL | EIGHTEEN newarkcamra.org.ukNigel BrownSadly this years event is taking place without festival stalwart Nigel Brown, who passed away last October. Nigel worked tirelessly alongside myself, backstage and behind the scenes for many years.His life-long interest in rock music made him a familiar face around the local music scene, his infectious enthusiasm rubbing off on many that came into contact with him.For the duration of the festival Nigel helped preserve the smooth running of the bands backstage, parking, unloading, loading and readying them for sound-check, I will miss his help and personalitygreatly,asImsuremanyotherswill.Nigelwould have celebratedhis 49thBirthdayon the opening day of the Beer Festival this year and as a tribute to his many years of selfless service to me and the crew, the stage at the festival will now be namedTheNigelBrownStage.I would also like to dedicate all this yearsentertainment to Nigels memory rock on mate.Duncan Neil.In memory of Nigel, Rob Neil of Maypole Brewery has produced Nigel Brown Ale. This 4.9% beer is available at the Festival and at pubs in town, with a contribution from every pint sold going to the LIncs and Notts Air Ambulance, Nigels favourite charity.Malcolm KayLast October we learned of the passing of Malcolm Kay whose Beery Bits and Bobs stand was a regular at this and other festival across the country. Malcolm was meticulous about how he set up his stand and although he had extensive lines of merchandise (including T-shirts, Bar Towels, Pin Badges etc.) he could always put his hand on anything in a flash. He was passionate in his love of cricket and would spend many a long hour working on his computer listening to the latest test match. He will be sadly missed by festival-goers everywhere.REMEMBERING...See you soon!See you Newarks Famous Floating PubNewarks Famous Floating Pub Local Cask Ales always available Traditional English Bar Food served daily from 12 noon 2 Meals for only 9.95 Monday to Friday, 12 noon - 3pm 2 Pints of Cask Ale for only 5 Monday to Friday with this ad Early Bird Menu from 4pm - 7pm Local Cask Ales always available Traditional English Bar Food served daily from 12 noon 2 Meals for only 9.95 Monday to Friday, 12 noon - 3pm 2 Pints of Cask Ale for only 5 Monday to Friday with this ad Early Bird Menu from 4pm - 7pmsoon!THE EVENT IN THE TENT BY THE TRENT19NEWARK BEER FESTIVAL | EIGHTEEN newarkcamra.org.uk Our Air Ambulance provides an important & vital additional service for our most critically ill & injured patients. Based at RAF Waddington, we can reach any destination in Lincs & Notts in just 19 mins.imporservice fo& injuRAF Waddany destinsaDONATEBY TEXT!*TEXT: Heli29 5TO: 70070PLAY OURLOTTERY!More infoonline Thank youRegistered Charity Number 1017501Every year we fly approximately 1000 missions. We couldnt do this without your kind donations.*Texts are free on any networkWayne invites you to Newarks premier real ale & live music venue, as seen in the 2013 Good Beer Guide6 ever-changing hand pumps of Local and National Ales & 1 CiderLive music 5 nights a week5 Castlegate, Newark, NG24 1AZ Phone: 01636 640 733Real Ales, Real Music, Real PeopleTHE CASTLEDiscounts available for card-carrying CAMRA membersD O G F R I E N D LYOpen Fire, Real Ales & Tasty Pub GrubWeekly Guest Ales Beer GardenFood Served DailyMon, Tues, Thurs & Fri: 12 - 2.30pm & from 5pmWeds: Open from 5pmSat & Sun: Open all day from 12 noonSleaford Road, Beckingham, Lincs, LN5 0RF- b e c k i n g h a m -THE PACK HORSETel: 01636 626464BEER IS PROOF THAT GOD LOVES US20NEWARK BEER FESTIVAL | EIGHTEEN newarkcamra.org.uk25 North Gate, Newark, Notts, NG24 1HD01636 658434WELCOMES BEER FESTIVAL VISITORS* WIDE SELECTION OF REAL ALES INCLUDING LocAles* OPEN ALL FESTIVAL HOURSThe Old MALT SHOVELTh OldTrain StationWaitroseZizzisBusStationRiver TrentGREAT NORTH RDB6326BAR GATETOLNEY LANEB6166NORTH GATEQUEENS RDWATER LNNEWARKCASTLENEWARKBEER FESTIVALRIVERSIDE PARKTHE WHARFRR LNLNMALTSHOVELHOW TO FIND USTraditional village pub with a selection of 7 handpulled cask ales and 3 ciders as well as continental lagers and quality wines.Friday night is homemade pizza night.FUN FAIR BREWERY ON SITEBrewery Tours welcome by arrangementFun Fair Bottled Beers Available For SaleToad Lane | Elston | Newark | NG23 5NSThurs: 5pm - MidnightFri: 10.30am - 12 Midday & 5pm - Midnight Sat: 12pm - Midnight Sun: 12pm - 10.30pmCoffee & Cakes areavailable on Fri, 10.30amChildren welcome until 8pm.Dogs welcome anytime.Call 01636 525257 This Guarantee is offered by all banks and building societies that accept instructions to pay by Direct Debits. If there are any changes to the amount, date or frequency of your Direct Debit The Campaign for Real Ale Ltd. will notify you 10 working days in advance of your account being debited or as otherwise agreed. If you request The Campaign for Real Ale Ltd. to collect a payment, confirmation of the amount and date will be given to you at the time of the request. If an error is made in the payment of your Direct Debit by The Campaign for Real Ale Ltd. or your bank or building society, you are entitled to a full and immediate refund of the amount paid from your bank or building society. - If you receive a refund you are not entitled to, you must pay it back when The Campaign For Real Ale Ltd. asks you to. You can cancel a Direct Debit at any time by simply contacting your bank or building society. Written confirmation may be required. Please also notify us.Join CAMRA TodayComplete the Direct Debit form and you will receive 15 months membership for the price of 12 and a fantastic discount on your membership subscription.Alternatively you can send a cheque payable to CAMRA Ltd. with your completed form, visit www.camra.org.uk/joinus or call 01727 867201. All forms should be addressed to Membership Department, CAMRA, 230 Hatfield Road, St Albans, AL1 4LW. Instructions to your Bank or Building SocietyPlease pay Campaign For Real Ale Limited Direct Debits from the account detailed on this instruction subject to the safeguards assured by the Direct Debit Guarantee. I understand that this instruction may remain with Campaign For Real Ale Limited and, if so will be passed electronically to my Bank/Building Society.SignatureDateBanks and Building Societies may not accept Direct Debit Instructions for some types of account.PostcodeNameMembership NumberFOR CAMPAIGN FOR REAL ALES LTD. OFFICIAL USE ONLYThis is not part of the instruction to your Bank or Building Society.This Guarantee should be detached and retained by the payer.Name(s) of Account HolderBranch Sort CodeBank or Building Society Account NumberReferenceTo the Manager Bank or Building SocietyAddressPostcodeName and full postal address of your Bank or Building Society 9 2 6 1 2 9Service User NumberThe Direct DebitGuaranteeYour DetailsTitle ____________ Surname ___________________________________Forename(s) _________________________________________________Date of Birth (dd/mm/yyyy) ____________________________________Address _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________ Postcode __________________________Email address _______________________________________________Tel No(s) ____________________________________________________Partners Details (if Joint Membership)Title ____________ Surname ___________________________________Forename(s) _________________________________________________Date of Birth (dd/mm/yyyy) ____________________________________Single Membership 23 25(UK & EU)Joint Membership 28 30(Partner at the same address) For Young Member and concessionary rates please visit www.camra.org.uk or call 01727 867201. Direct Debit Non DDI wish to join the Campaign for Real Ale, and agree to abide by the Memorandum and Articles of Association.I enclose a cheque for _________________Signed ______________________________ Date ________________________________Applications will be processed within 21 days Campaigning for Pub Goers& Beer DrinkersEnjoying Real Ale& PubsInstruction to your Bank or Building Society to pay by Direct DebitPlease fill in the whole form using a ball point pen and send to:Campaign for Real Ale Ltd., 230 Hatfield Road, St.Albans, Herts, AL1 4LW Join CAMRA today www.camra.org.uk/joinusTHE EVENT IN THE TENT BY THE TRENT21NEWARK BEER FESTIVAL | EIGHTEEN newarkcamra.org.uk This Guarantee is offered by all banks and building societies that accept instructions to pay by Direct Debits. If there are any changes to the amount, date or frequency of your Direct Debit The Campaign for Real Ale Ltd. will notify you 10 working days in advance of your account being debited or as otherwise agreed. If you request The Campaign for Real Ale Ltd. to collect a payment, confirmation of the amount and date will be given to you at the time of the request. If an error is made in the payment of your Direct Debit by The Campaign for Real Ale Ltd. or your bank or building society, you are entitled to a full and immediate refund of the amount paid from your bank or building society. - If you receive a refund you are not entitled to, you must pay it back when The Campaign For Real Ale Ltd. asks you to. You can cancel a Direct Debit at any time by simply contacting your bank or building society. Written confirmation may be required. Please also notify us.Join CAMRA TodayComplete the Direct Debit form and you will receive 15 months membership for the price of 12 and a fantastic discount on your membership subscription.Alternatively you can send a cheque payable to CAMRA Ltd. with your completed form, visit www.camra.org.uk/joinus or call 01727 867201. All forms should be addressed to Membership Department, CAMRA, 230 Hatfield Road, St Albans, AL1 4LW. Instructions to your Bank or Building SocietyPlease pay Campaign For Real Ale Limited Direct Debits from the account detailed on this instruction subject to the safeguards assured by the Direct Debit Guarantee. I understand that this instruction may remain with Campaign For Real Ale Limited and, if so will be passed electronically to my Bank/Building Society.SignatureDateBanks and Building Societies may not accept Direct Debit Instructions for some types of account.PostcodeNameMembership NumberFOR CAMPAIGN FOR REAL ALES LTD. OFFICIAL USE ONLYThis is not part of the instruction to your Bank or Building Society.This Guarantee should be detached and retained by the payer.Name(s) of Account HolderBranch Sort CodeBank or Building Society Account NumberReferenceTo the Manager Bank or Building SocietyAddressPostcodeName and full postal address of your Bank or Building Society 9 2 6 1 2 9Service User NumberThe Direct DebitGuaranteeYour DetailsTitle ____________ Surname ___________________________________Forename(s) _________________________________________________Date of Birth (dd/mm/yyyy) ____________________________________Address _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________ Postcode __________________________Email address _______________________________________________Tel No(s) ____________________________________________________Partners Details (if Joint Membership)Title ____________ Surname ___________________________________Forename(s) _________________________________________________Date of Birth (dd/mm/yyyy) ____________________________________Single Membership 23 25(UK & EU)Joint Membership 28 30(Partner at the same address) For Young Member and concessionary rates please visit www.camra.org.uk or call 01727 867201. Direct Debit Non DDI wish to join the Campaign for Real Ale, and agree to abide by the Memorandum and Articles of Association.I enclose a cheque for _________________Signed ______________________________ Date ________________________________Applications will be processed within 21 days Campaigning for Pub Goers& Beer DrinkersEnjoying Real Ale& PubsInstruction to your Bank or Building Society to pay by Direct DebitPlease fill in the whole form using a ball point pen and send to:Campaign for Real Ale Ltd., 230 Hatfield Road, St.Albans, Herts, AL1 4LW Join CAMRA today www.camra.org.uk/joinusBEER IS PROOF THAT GOD LOVES US22NEWARK BEER FESTIVAL | EIGHTEEN newarkcamra.org.ukwww.springhead.co.uk find us on &Springhead Fine Ales Ltd., Main Street, Laneham, Retford, Notts, DN22 0NA. Call 01636 821000. In the heart of Robin Hood Country.Dont forget we also oer a Springhead Supporters card that gives great discounts and run brewery tours and tutored tastings by appointment, as well as takeaway beer and outside bars. The Roaring Meg, 117 Barnby Gate, Newark, NG24 1QZ Call David Anderson on 07831 212 543 for more informationWinner of the 2013 SIBA Best Community Support award for their work opening The Bees Knees pub at the brewery site in Laneham A proper real ale and quality food pub with a great atmosphere that acts as a meeting place for the community.Come and see us soon. You will be sure of a warm welcome! MEG ROARSINTO TOWN! A mouth-watering range of 8 hand-pulled real ales from Springhead and other guest breweries plus English craft-lagers, traditional ciders and a quality wine list. Regular live music and a large function room available for hire. Delicious home-cooked food using locally sourced ingredients. Come and try one of the best pies around! Open every day from noon until normal closing times. Food served between noon and 9pm. N E W P U B O P E N S I N N E W A R KNew pub The Roaring Meg on Barnby Gate in Newark opens 17th May and has a launch weekend Fri 24th- Mon 27th to coincide with Newark Beer Festival. Live music Fri & Sat evenings.