On Saturday, July 13th, the annual Vale of Clwyd Festival of Real Ale and Cider will give people the opportunity to choose from a selection of approximately 60 different real ales and 12 ciders. Each of the ten Denbighshire pubs taking part has a bus stop conveniently placed outside and a special bus service is being laid on to transport punters between them.
They’ll be able to taste everything from a Purple Moose to a Rosies Cider, and alongside famous brews like Young’s and Theakstons will be ales from Conwy, Wrexham and Flint, and even cider from Llandegla.
The Griffin , Llanbedr, will be serving three real ales: Trooper, Dizzy blonde and Xbox, as well as serving food and BBQ all day. ‘After Dark’ will be providing entertainment from 2 pm, with plenty of room in the beer garden. Hopefully the weather will stay sunny for Saturday!
GHA coaches Wrexham, plies the route every 15 minutes from 12.00 midday. A rover ticket means passengers can get on and off whenever they please throughout the day at any of the pubs, or at Ruthin bus station.
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