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Cogges Beer and Cider Festival- Friday 31st July - Saturday 1st August

Celebrate our 4th Annual Beer and Cider Festival this weekend at Cogges.

Looking to be even bigger and better than before, join us and indulge in one, or many of the 30+ beers and ciders on offer, whilst working up an appetite dancing to our eclectic musical offerings and finishing off with a personal banquet from one of our fabulous food stalls.

On the stage, support from local favourites The Epstein and Balloon Ascents paves way for blues outfit ‘Little Brother Eli’ who head the Bill on Friday, and 'The August List' concluding Saturday night.

The Wandering kitchen will be serving up a selection of Gourmet Burgers and Pulled pork sandwiches, accompanied by a wonderful spread of vegetarian/vegan offerings from The Eden Cafe.

On top of all this, there will be Sumo wrestling and games, including Aunt Sally, and our own Summer bar serving Pimm's and wine.

6.30pm-11pm

£8 advance / £10 on the door per night.

Entry includes a programme, free tankard and a half pint of beer or cider.

Over 18s only

Book a place online or at the Welcome Desk or from Rapture, Witney.

Posted : 29/07/2015 18:44:51

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