Potters Bar beer and music fest at the weekend

Potters Bar Beer Festival 2018: Lee Crucefix, Paul and Barbara Gibney, Michael Parkin and Roy Oliver

Potters Bar Beer Festival 2018: Lee Crucefix, Paul and Barbara Gibney, Michael Parkin and Roy Oliver. Picture: Karyn Haddon - Credit: Archant

Potters Bar Beer Festival 2019 will take place on Saturday.

Potters Bar Beer Festival 2018: Steve Turnbull entertains the crowds.
Picture: Karyn Haddon

Potters Bar Beer Festival 2018: Steve Turnbull entertains the crowds. Picture: Karyn Haddon - Credit: Archant

For this edition of the festival, beer will be supplied by Tring and other local breweries.

There will be 25 real ales and ciders to choose from, along with music from Guns to Roses, Mr Creosote, Faith Stealers, Clint Henderson and friends.

Also on hand will be a Bud Bar, a Pimms Tent, food stalls, various kids entertainment, a tombola and local charity stalls.

The money made at the festival will go to Potters Bar charities and the Town FC.

Potters Bar Beer Festival 2018: Finley Burnham, 9, rides the Rodeo Bull.
Picture: Karyn Haddon

Potters Bar Beer Festival 2018: Finley Burnham, 9, rides the Rodeo Bull. Picture: Karyn Haddon - Credit: Archant


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Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) member, Matt Giles, and long time supporter of the club, organises the festival - now in its eighth year.

For more info/tickets go to the website pbbeerfest.co.uk

Potters Bar Beer Festival 2018: Bella Litras, 7, enjoys riding the Rodeo Bull.
Picture: Karyn

Potters Bar Beer Festival 2018: Bella Litras, 7, enjoys riding the Rodeo Bull. Picture: Karyn Haddon - Credit: Archant

Potters Bar Beer Festival 2018: The Bar Team.
Picture: Karyn Haddon

Potters Bar Beer Festival 2018: The Bar Team. Picture: Karyn Haddon - Credit: Archant

Potters Bar Beer Festival 2018: Alex, Sinead and Nick enjoy the beer festival.
Picture: Karyn H

Potters Bar Beer Festival 2018: Alex, Sinead and Nick enjoy the beer festival. Picture: Karyn Haddon - Credit: Archant

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