“Wolverley Wobbler” was the winning name chosen for the specially brewed ale to be showcased at the 2nd Wolverley Beer Festival. The organisers, Wolverley Memorial Project, were inundated with entries in the competition, and the successful winner was Andy Painter, from Kidderminster. In winning, Andy receives two free passes to the three day festival as well as his beer name on the cask of ale.
The beer has been specially brewed by Pig Iron Brewing Co., from the Black Country, and will be available for everyone to try at the Wolverley Beer Festival which takes place from 23-25 September.
For those who entered and weren’t successful, along with anyone who wants to attend the festival, it’s not too late! You can just come along on any of the three days, but the best way to attend is to pre-register online at www.wolverleymemorial.org and take advantage of the early bird offer. Just £15 buys a wristband for entry to the event for ALL three days, together with a Limited Edition Souvenir Glass and Token Card valid for 10 half pints – more than enough to sample many of the fantastic range of beers and ciders.
The festival is the second for Wolverley, following a hugely successful event last year. This year will be bigger and better, with an extra day added. The festival starts at 6pm on Friday 23rd September, and runs on Saturday 12pm-11pm, and Sunday 12pm-6pm. There’s live music throughout each day, featuring some great local bands and musicians. Also, there will be over 30 local beers and ciders, including the special “Wolverley Wobbler” ale.
The festival is in Wolverley Memorial Hall and is a fundraising event run by the Wolverley memorial Project, aimed at the regeneration of the memorial site for the benefit of today’s community and future generations.
So don’t forget to pre-register, it’s the best way to enjoy this year’s Wolverley Beer Festival, so come along and try the “Wolverley Wobbler”!