New festival brewing

A beer festival is coming to Bridgnorth over the Spring Bank Holiday weekend. The event will run from 27 to 29 May and is the brain-child of two of the town’s publicans, Bryn Masterman of the Old Castle and Dave Brown of The Fosters. Their idea was to create a beer festival to help promote the town and its community events. To assist in this ambition they approached Major Willmore and Bill Sturt, who produce the Bridgnorth Pub Trail flyers as well as the Ale Sabrina magazine.

Major Willmore said, “The response from local publicans was much greater than anticipated, with a total of eighteen pubs wishing to take part. It’s a great opportunity to show visitors to the town the social aspects of Bridgnorth.”

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