Rutland Brewer recognised at highest level

 

 Jill Perkins and Dean Baker of Bakers’s Dozen return from London well earned finalists at Great British Beer Festival

 8th August 2018Bakers Dozen, based in Ketton, in Rutland, has been recognised as one of the leading beers in Britain at the Great British Beer Festival held in London this week.

Their Electric Landlady was one of the finalists in the Golden Beer category. This is a huge accolade as they competed against  several hundreds of beers from all over the UK.

Rutland CAMRA are so proud of Dean Baker and partner Jill Perkins for thier hard work and determination. Not Champions this year but there is plenty of time.

Record Numbers attend Our Beer festival

 

We recorded 925 visitors to the festival with a good geographic spread across the East Midlands and further afield.

I was a good event and we will be having talks if we can do it again all next year. As they say watch this space.

Thanks to all our sponsors and we hope we can count on you again next time.

Boo hoo its the last day of the festival

 

We had a good night last night with “Uninvited Guests” easing us into the evening.

We have lost a few beers but there is still a lot of great conditioned beers and ciders available.

Sun cream, thirst and a sense of humour is what you need today. D’Ukes of Rutland and the Rutjand Morris Men will be here to entertain you when we open at Noon. Sadly we close at 4

Saturday – Rutland beer day

Saturday nice weather, good beer and some great bands  “Whatever it Takes” “Gretton Silver Band” and “Uninvited Guests”.

So-  sun cream on , wear your best cool clothing and get down here, we open at 11

Flying Scotsman due into Oakham Sat 30th

We understand that The Flying Scotsman will be steaming through Oakham tomorrow at about 10.30.

Just in time to see the train than come down to see us in the museum when we open at 11.00

Steam & beer, a great combination

 

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