A POPULAR event on the Tameside calendar is returning later this month at a new venue.
Tameside Rotary’s Beer Festival has been a fixture for over a decade and raises thousands of pounds for good causes.
This year, it will be staged at Hyde Town Hall on Corporation Street as the festival’s regular home of Stalybridge Civic Hall is having roof restoration works carried out.
The 2023 festival will take place on Friday, September 22, and Saturday, September 23, from midday to 11pm on both days, with last orders at 10.30pm.
Proceeds from this year’s event will be split between local mental health charity The Anthony Seddon Fund in Ashton-under-Lyne and the national charity of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) which helps to save lives at sea around the UK.
As always, there will be a range of over 40 craft beers and a selection of ciders and wines to cater for all tastes. There will also be some soft drinks and a selection of food available to purchase.
To keep folk entertained, there will also be live music throughout the festival, which has once again been well supported by local businesses.
Tameside Rotarians are hoping everyone will join them to say ‘cheers’ to the beers and raise a glass to make this year’s event a huge success.
More details can be found on the new Tameside Beer Festival website at https://tamesidebeerfestival.co.uk