Almost everything you would expect from a good pub is moving outdoors when Great Newsome Brewery holds its annual ‘Festivale’ family charity event.
In a day-long celebration of the British countryside, the farm-based brewery at South Frodingham, Holderness is laying on food, wine, craft beer and music plus a pub quiz and games on June 23.
There will be the chance to see how favourite award-winning craft beers, such as Frothingham Best, Liquorice Lads Stout, Sleck Dust and Pricky Back Otchan are created, as well as sampling these and some of the brewery’s latest brews.
All profits from the Festivale will go to Dove House Hospice, which is in its 25th anniversary year.
“We are very pleased to make Dove House our chosen charity,” said Great Newsome managing director Matthew Hodgson.
“It’s a local charity that does a tremendous amount of good and is close to our hearts. Dove House relies on strong community support and we hope we can play our bit by raising a decent amount.
“We enjoyed wonderful weather last year and we hope for more of the same, just two days after the summer solstice. But, rain or shine, it’s always a lot of fun.
“You can pay at the gate, but advance booking is always advisable if possible. We have also extended the camping area to give more people the chance to stay overnight.”
Local bands Licks, Morning Dew, Stoney Creek Boys and Scandalous Jazz will be in the beer garden and there will be street food from Pie and Fountells.
Great Newsome Festivale is on June 23, 1pm to 10pm, at Great Newsome Farm, South Frodingham, Winestead HU12 0NR. Advance bookings at bit.ly/2JoUm6b or pay on the gate, adults £5, children free.
A free pint with every ticket!
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