Clitheroe Rugby Club to host their first beer festival

Avid fans of real ale are invited to become part of the first beer festival at Clitheroe Rugby Club, but leave their vehicles at the parking space for the night so that they don’t ever get involved in drinking and driving. Located in Littlemoor Roar, the club offers lots of parking area for leaving one’s car safe.

“Pour of the Roses” is a 3-day festival and has a special Yorkshire Vs Lancashire theme. It would be opening tomorrow evening and there would hold 3 of the Six Nations matches on the large screen. The first game at 2:30 pm. would be between Ireland and Italy, followed by England Vs Wales at 5 pm. and Scotland Vs France at 8 pm.

The match between England and Wales would be the highlight because a win would mean that England would be getting closer to the Grand Slam. More notably, the match would be between two major arch rivals.

Makers of cider, Dovesyke from West Bradford and Bowland Brewery from Bashall Town are from Ribble Valley, and there are breweries from Darwen, Blackburn and Lancaster that would represent Lancashire.

The brewers representing Yorkshire would be from Hebden Bridge, Hetton, Ilkley and Keighley. In addition, there would be 2 breweries from Cumbria. It is expected that the club would be receiving over 150 visitors daily. The entry fee would be £5 that would also include two tokens for beer and a commemoration glass.

In addition, fans can also buy T-Shirts, tokens and glasses, while food can be enjoyed through the event. The timings would be from 5 in the evening to midnight on Friday, noon to midnight on Saturday and noon to 6 in the evening on Sunday. There would be a raffle draw at the event. The proceeds would be contributed to the development and supporting the Clitheroe Rugby Club.