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Wibblers, Knops and Tryst...must be a beer festival coming to Woodbridge

PUBLISHED: 20:58 19 May 2017 | UPDATED: 21:58 19 May 2017

The Cherry Tree pub, in Woodbridge. Picture: SU ANDERSON

The Cherry Tree pub, in Woodbridge. Picture: SU ANDERSON

At least 20 real ales from across the British Isles will be lined up for a Suffolk beer festival in July.

Woodbridge’s Cherry Tree Inn, opposite Notcutts Garden Centre, will be hosting the event on July 14, 15 and 16.

There will be at least 20 real ales from across Great Britain, including from the Hafod Brewing Company, of Flintshire; Wibblers Brewery, of Essex; Tryst Brewery, of Fife; Knops Beer Company, of East Lothian; Manning Brewers, of Cheshire; Wishbone Brewery, of Yorkshire, and of course, local Adnams from Southwold.

Among the more imaginatively titled beers will be Manning Brewers’ ‘Man Up!’.

The festival will run from 10.30am-1100pm each day. Hot and cold food will be available from noon to 9pm on Friday and Saturday, and from noon until 8pm on the Sunday.

For more information, visit thecherrytreepub.co.uk, call 01394 384627 or email info@thecherrytreepub.co.uk.

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