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Thank you for making the 2022 festival so successful.

Will post ‘save the date’ for 2023 soon.

EVENT SPONSORS

Festival Glasses Sponsored by Flip Connect
Volunteers’ T-Shirts Sponsored by Lyndhurst Financial Management
Token Cards  Sponsored by Buntingford Brewery
Thursday Session Sponsored by IDNet
Friday Session Sponsored by Sell What You Know
Saturday Session Sponsored by The Victoria, Hitchin
Mead Bar Sponsored by Raymond James Investment Services
(click each of these above for more info)

Casks Sponsored by:-
Tysers Insurance Brokers Ltd, Options, John Humphries,
Tim and Debbie Jeffries, Resolution Chemicals Limited,
Burnt Hare Events Limited, Hitchin Veterinary Surgery,
Trussells Butchers of Knebworth and Offley,
Little Deli, Holitas Ltd, MNP, Chris Jones,
Kelly Fleet Services, Colin McGowan & Friends
and Friends & Family wishing “Hoppy 70th Birthday to Steve Robinson”

More information about sponsors in the programme.

As our nominated charity we are proud to support Garden House Hospice Care. When you leave the festival, you’re invited to donate any remaining value on your token cards to them. Learn more about them at https://www.ghhospicecare.org.uk/

It’s been an exciting few days of preparation! Not for us just the fun of erecting the marquees, bars and stillages, racking and cooling the drinks and making the place shipshape for you, but also the panic followed by frenzy when it became clear that one of the biggest ale wholesalers wasn’t going to deliver in time! Thanks to the great reputation of our beer manager, to Jolly Good Beer, who were on-site setting up the KeyKeg, and a few kind breweries, we have a superb line-up of ales, and all the cider, perry & mead.
If you downloaded it before, there have been a few changes to the programme itself, with more generous sponsors coming on-board. The main change, of course is to the Cask Ale list, so please download again

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