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Watch the Champions League Final at the Beer Festival Today!

Nick Shaw - 25th May 2013

Watch the Champions League Final at the Beer Festival Today!

The Woking Football Club Beer Festival continues today with doors opening at 1pm!

Tickets are available on the gate so why not come down today and try a selection of the 20+ real ales and ciders that are on offer, and watch the Champions League Final on the big screen!


All tickets cost £5, this includes the first pint free for Woking Football Club Season Ticket Holders, Shareholders and Cards Trust Members (on production of proof and one free pint only per person).

Tickets can be purchased on the day at the gate.

Over 20 real ales and ciders will be available, as will hot food. All beers and ciders will be priced at £3 a pint.



Entertainment



Wwe will be showing the highly anticipated all-German Champions League final between Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich, and what better way to experience it than by trying a range of real ales and ciders whilst viewing the match on the big screen in the Cardinals' Bar!






Tickets

Tickets are available, to over 18s only, on the gate. All tickets cost £5, this includes the first pint free for Woking Football Club Season Ticket Holders, Shareholders and Cards Trust Members (on production of proof and one free pint only per person).




Beer List & Tasting Notes

£3 a pint or £1.50 half a pint.

Beer

Adnams Ghost Ship 4.5
This beer has good assertive pithy bitterness with a malty backbone and a lemon and lime aroma.

Arkells Cherry Black 3.6
A dark easy drinking beer, with a fruity, chocolaty base amid light coffee notes. Whole cherries are used to highlight the fruity side of this smooth mild ale.

Arkells Wiltshire Gold 4.0
Arkell's new summer ale has a delicate ABV of 4.0% with an amber look, gentle floral hoppy aroma and a sweet, malty, hoppy taste.

Cheddar Ales Gorge Best 4.0
A quality best bitter, with good malt character, warm malt flavours and a dry, bitter finish.

Dorset Jurassic 4.2
Medium bodied ale, clean tasting with lasting bitterness and aromas of almond and citrus.

Elgoods Saturday Night Beaver 4.5
A very pale beer, light golden in colour, brewed using pale ale malt only. Refreshing taste and floral aroma.

Fuller’s Brewers Bragg 3.9
A wonderful deep copper ale with hints of blackcurrant. This is balanced by the smooth caramel flavours to deliver a wonderfully satisfying ale

Hobson's Mild 3.2
CAMRA Champion Beer of Britain 2007, Hobsons Mild has a smooth character and taste notes of chocolate malt which gives this beer plenty of flavour and aroma that belies its strength

Hook Norton Lion 4.0
"perfectly balanced bronze beer, full of fruit flavours and aromas. Complex yet refreshing, Lion has a long, bittersweet finish." - Roger Protz.

Lancaster Blonde 4.1
Extremely quaffable and highly enjoyable. A fusion of Pale and Lager malts gives this multi-award winning beer its unique flavour.

Longman of Sussex Long Blonde 3.8
A light coloured golden Ale with a distinctive hoppy aroma and crisp clean bitterness on the finish. Smooth light and refreshing.

Longman of Sussex American Pale Ale 4.3
Made using only the choicest U.S. hops this triple-hopped APA has a pleasant citrus fruit aroma and characteristic robust bitterness.

Loddon Hullabaloo 4.2
Rich, nutty and malty with a dry hop finish. English Fuggles impart a dry, herby bitterness which is balanced by the distinctly biscuity flavour of Crystal and Amber malts.

North Cotswold Cotswold Best 4.0
An easy drinking straw colour best bitter made with finest English Challenger, Goldings and Fuggles hops.

North Cotswold Windrush 3.6
A thirst quenching amber coloured session bitter, brewed with English Challenger and First Gold hops for a traditional taste. A malty slightly sweeter palate.

Portobello Star 4.3
Brewed with marris otter, caramalt and crystal malts, Portobello Star is a balanced beer with hints of berry fruits and roasted coffee.

St Austell Trelawny 3.8
Peach and apricot notes denote the aroma, with hints of butterscotch and toffee apple. The taste is full, with toasted biscuit and jam being balanced by the mellow, yet assertive bitterness of tangy hops.

Tillingbourne Evolution No. 3 5.5
full on IPA style 7 Hop Monster for the hardcore Hop enthusiast.


Cider

Westons Hereford County Perry 4.5
Still, medium perry matured in old oak vats to develop strength and character.

Westons GWR 1st Quality 5.0
A clear bright still cider with a smooth, well-balanced fruity flavour and clean apple finish.

Westons Cider Twist Raspberry 4.0
A delicious fusion of lightly sparkling cider with raspberry juice for a rich fruity taste.




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