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Beer, Beef and Sore Feet

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Charity beer tasting and social event 16th June. 6.45pm -- 9pm

We are raising money for BLESMA through beer & beef!! Our intrepid colleagues Martin & Fiona Hilton are running the length of the D Day beaches to raise funds.

As an incentive we are hosting a tutored beer & food tasting followed by a beef brisket supper with additional beers available to buy.

Martin will take you through 6 intriguing beers to match with food, meanwhile the brisket will be smoking low 'n' slow & served to you with Boston beans, fried corn bread & beer gravy.

£25 includes 6 beers to taste, food tasting plate & brisket supper. It's a great cause & wonderful FATHERS day gift!

All proceeds will go to help the Hiltons reach their target.

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