Real ale boost at pub chain across coast
0 Have your say Pub-goers will be able to enjoy five real ales from across the world alongside a selection of up to 25 beers from the UK during a 12-day festival at eight pubs across the Fylde coast.
Each of the beers has been brewed using only British hop varieties, including Fuggles, Challenger, Sovereign and Phoenix.
The festival will run from Wednesday to Sunday October 23 inclusive.
The participating pubs are; The Albert and The Lion in Bank Hey Street, The Layton Rakes in Market Street and The Velvet Coaster in New South Promenade all in Blackpool, The Trawl Boat Inn in Wood Street,... read more
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