Hoylake Rugby Club set to hold inaugural beer festival

The inaugural Wirral Summer Hops Beer Festival, a four-day celebration of craft beers, live music, and community spirit, is to be held at Hoylake Rugby Club.

Running from 27 to 30 June, this event promises an unforgettable experience with proceeds supporting the Paul Lavelle Foundation and North Wirral Round Table.

You will be able to enjoy a curated selection of local and international brews, from hoppy IPAs to smooth stouts, alongside gin, cider, and Prosecco bars brought to you by the Ship & Mitre.

There will be live music from local bands and artists, including Zapp the Band, Crazy Moon, Luke Gallagher, Embaz, Indecision, Simple Folk, Revolution, Roadhouse, Holy Pictures, Katara, and DJ Fraser Dunphy, and the Sunday Funday session features family-friendly activities and entertainment for all ages.

Food offerings will be available from local vendors including The Dough Bros Pizza, Namak Kitchen Authentic Indian Cuisine, and Bangers Burgers.

The event will support the Paul Lavelle Foundation, a charity dedicated to raising awareness and providing support for male domestic abuse victims, and North Wirral Round Table which focuses on community service and charitable activities in the North Wirral area.

Event Schedule:
● Thursday, 27 June: Chilled out evening session (17:30 – 22:30)
● Friday, 28 June: Fab Friday with live music (17:30 – 22:30)
● Saturday, 29 June: Daytime social with live music(11:30 – 16:30)
● Saturday, 29 June: Evening party with live music (17:30 – 22:30)
● Sunday, 30 June: Family Funday with family entertainment (11:00 – 17:00)

The Wirral Summer Hops Beer Festival takes place Hoylake Rugby Club, Carham Lane, Hoylake, CH47 4FF. The site is easily accessible and equipped with a large marquee to ensure fun regardless of weather.

Tickets are available now at Wirral Summer Hops Tickets.

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