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Crystal Palace Beer Festival Returns

Crystal Palace Beer Festival Returns

The second annual Eagle's Beer Festival will take place in the Holmesdale Road Stand on May 26th.

Following the success of last season's event, the club are hoping our second such festival will be bigger and better and fans will be able to enjoy upto 100 quality ales from 12pm until 7pm. This time around there will be a better selection of premium ciders and fruit beers for those who class them as their preferred choice of beverage.

To celebrate the one year birthday of Neil Morrissey's Palace Ale, a special bar will be dedicated to the beer which comes bottled or casked.

During the event the big screen will be showing highlights from our season including our Carling Cup run, and live music, and pub food will be available along with a number of guest appearances as the day draws on.

Speaking to Crystal Palace FC Chief Exec Phil Alexander said.

'We were overwhelmed by the reaction to the first festival and I am delighted to announce this season's festival and we hope that it will be bigger and better, with more choice, variety and entertainment.'

Tickets are priced at £6 in advance, and includes entry, a free event programme and a commemorative beer glass. These can be purchased online or via the box office.

Tickets purchased on the day of the event will be £12.

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Writer:Eddy Eagle
Date:Tuesday March 6 2012
Time: 8:40PM

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