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West Beerfest Beer Bottle Draw
Posted by: Elmo Wilko
Date: 03/05/2017 08:55
As ever folks we will be holding a raffle for over 50 bottles of beer/ale during the Beerfest. Raffle tickets are to be on sale with the girls U15 squad lending their support with sales during the day - Saturday 1st July.

We have managed 70+ bottles in the last 2 Fests and this time round setting a target for 100 different bottles. All donations gratefully accepted, if you wish pass on a bit of cash rather than carry bottles I'll start the usual trawl of local shops and work my way along the line buying 1 of each type on offer.

John Cole and Scott Stephenson have kindly given:

Camerons, A-hop-alypse Now Golden Ale 4.3% abv
Harpers Brewing Co. Wild Bill's IPA 5.0% abv
Guinness, West Indies Porter 6.0% abv
Harviestoun, Old Engine Oil Black Ale 6% abv

Les Peacock and Graeme Scott will probably pass on loads as they a) read the message board, b)like to splash the cash c) have connections in other places d) are canny fellas though one of them is a jinner (I'm taking a chance there)

I will report on donations as we head towards the Beerfest and will good-humouredly castigate anyone whom brings in a lager, cider - there is usually 1 of each every year or a can/tin BECAUSE it is a BEER BOTTLE draw. That's not empty bottles by the way and before he asks - NO - crazy craig's Moonshine is not a beer!

Regards to all

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