When:
October 25, 2019 @ 6:30 pm – October 26, 2019 @ 11:00 pm
2019-10-25T18:30:00+01:00
2019-10-26T23:00:00+01:00
Where:
Peartree Church Hall, Woolston, Southampton
Woolston Beer Festival @ Peartree Church Hall, Woolston, Southampton

Campaign for Real Ale, Southern Hampshire Branch present the Woolston Beer Festival.

With award winning ales (including ours!), skiffle, swing and rhythm ‘n’ blues music, plus incredible food from Bark and Brisket. Cooking from scratch using great quality ingredients, Bark & Brisket are on a mission to revive the authentic BBQ style rooted in the Southern States of America, while bringing their own contemporary twist to the table.
The resulting recipes range from melt-in-the-mouth pulled pork to richly warming jerk chicken, plus vegan/vegetarian options.

Additionally, soft drinks and traditional bar snacks (crisps and nuts) can be purchased from the bar. The event are also pleased to offer a range of wines for those who fancy something different.

Abby’s Heroes is the festival charity.

The charity was started after Sally lost her daughter, Abby, in May 2016, having been diagnosed with Ewing Sarcoma, a type of Bone Cancer. She was a bubbly, happy and most cherished child and the family struggle with the loss of her every day.

As a family that had 3 years of experience of treatment on the Piam Brown Ward at Southampton General Hospital, they were all too aware of the struggle the families face trying to work, care for siblings and to support their poorly child. Most children have long treatment plans that means that parents often have to give up work or take unpaid leave. They offer financial support to families, who are struggling with running a home and working once their child has been diagnosed. They also offer practical help, for instance repairing cars and boilers. Finally, they also offer families the chance to make some beautiful memories by granting them money to go on holidays and to enjoy some family time together.

In 2017 they also began to offer charity to patients on the the Teenage and Young Adult ward, which means the charity now covers patients from newborn to 24 years, diagnosed with cancer and treated at Southampton General Hospital. Patients and families come from across Hampshire, Dorset, West Sussex and Wiltshire.