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Beer Festivals

Trafford & Hulme CAMRA currently organise the Chorlton Beer & Cider Festival in conjunction with St Clement's Church, Chorlton

The festival offers visitors the opportunity to sample a much wider selection of real ales than you could do at even the best pub. All Trafford & Hulme festivals also feature a range of traditional cider & perries.

The eight Greater Manchester branches of CAMRA join together to organise the Manchester Beer and Cider Festival, the innaugaural festival being arranged for January 2014 at the iconic Manchester Velodrome at the National Cycling Centre.

In addition, many members of the branch volunteer at other CAMRA festivals including the The Great British Beer Festival.  

All CAMRA festivals rely on the efforts of CAMRA volunteers to run. Volunteering to work at beer festivals is great fun and an excellent way to make new friends.

The 6th Chorlton Beer Festival

chorlton beerThis year over 50 real ales will be available to sample along with a collection of at least 30 traditional ciders.

On Saturday afternoon (until 7.00pm) children are welcome and receive free entry.  A range of bands will be playing live music throughout the festival and even pouring rain has failed to dampen the spirits in previous years.

The Chorlton Beer Festival is run by St Clement's Church Chorlton in keeping with the church's desire to become an integral part of Chorlton life.  The beer festival is organised and run by members of the church with the aid of Trafford and Hulmel Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) branch.

 The Festival has its own website http://chorltonbeerfestival.org.uk/

Following the success of the previous three year’s festivals, St Clements Church have enrolled Trafford and Hulme Branch of CAMRA to ensure the quality and range of the beers continue to develop. Although T&H have been instrumental in organising, managing and serving the beer for the previous festivals, this is the first time that the relationship has become official, meaning that the event has now hit the CAMRA diary.