From FOOD, DRINK & DINING OUT Cambridge Beer Festival
22 May - 27 May Jesus Green, Cambridge: Britain's oldest beer festival, and the largest outside London, the Cambridge Beer Festival attracts more than 32,000 people over six days in May.

It gives festival-goers the chance to sample more than 170 real ales and 60 foreign beers, ciders, English wines and mead. There's also a variety of food stalls, while some breweries run their own bars.

A very popular cheese counter offers over 70 English cheeses made by small independent producers.

Several shops offer beer-related souvenirs - T-shirts, tankards, postcards and badges, while children's entertainment, such as face painting and a bouncy castle, is provided on the Saturday.

In 2011 Beer of the festival was Elgood's Attila the Hen, with second place going to Rockingham's Fruits of the Forest.


www.cambridgebeerfestival.com
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