2016 Real Ale & Cider Selection

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Here’s a sneek peak at our Real Ale & Cider Selection ahead of this weekend.

Blue Bee Brewery:

American 5 Hop – ABV 4.3%
American hopped pale combing the following varieties of hops: Sorachi Ace, Columbus, Simcoe, Summit and Palisade

Ella IPA – ABV 5.0%
Single hopped IPA using Australian Stella hops.

Bradfield Brewery:

Farmers Blonde – ABV 4.0%
A very pale, brilliant blonde beer with citrus and summer fruit aromas making it an extremely refreshing ale.

Farmers Brown Cow – ABV 4.2%
A rich deep chestnut coloured ale, with a beautifully smooth creamy head.

Fuggle Bunny Brew House:

Hazy Summer Daze – ABV 4.2%
Refreshing pale ale with mango, lime, apricot, melon, lychees and grapefruit and a fresh floral aroma.

New Beginnings – ABV 4.9%
Amber Bitter with aromas of honey and spice.

Russian Rare-bit Stout – ABV 5.0%
Dark & Sensual, Malty & Complex with an Intriguing twist of Chocolate, Coffee & Liquorice aromas.

Little Critters Brewery:

Golden Goose – ABV 3.8%
Golden session ale made from the highest quality Maris Otter grain, with high quality whole Motueka and Cascade hops, giving it a refreshing taste.

Rye Fox – ABV 4.3%
Made from the finest quality grain sourced from English family-owned maltsters, hopped with fresh whole Chinook hops, imported from America.

Wise Owl – ABV 3.8%
Euros special. A session summer ale made with fresh citrusy New Zealand hops

Millwhites Cider:

Blackberry Blush Cider – ABV 4.0%
Somer Gold Cider – ABV 5.0%
Strawberry Cider – ABV 4.0%

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Jack’s Rake announced as Friday night headliner

We are pleased to confirm that Worrall Festival regulars Jack’s Rake will be back again this year headlining our Friday Folk concert on 1st July!

Jack’s Rake was formed after the four original members went climbing in the Lake District and stumbled upon a folk festival in the evening. They are now one of the leading folk bands in the Sheffield area with hints of the Pogues, Levellers, Chieftains & Bellowhead.

Sets consist of their own unique arrangements of traditional songs & tunes plus original compositions with one or two cover versions thrown in for good measure.

Friday night advance tickets are only £5.00 and can be purchased online here: http://www.wegottickets.com/event/362552

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Fargo Railroad Co. announced as Saturday night headliners

We are excited to announce that The Fargo Railroad Co. will be returning to Worrall this year to headline our Saturday night concert on 2nd July.

For those who weren’t lucky enough to see them at Worrall Festival last year, Fargo are a southern rock styled band from Sheffield with hints of Ryan Adams and BlackBerry Smoke and playing all original material. In just over 2 years the band have headlined a sold out Greystones 2nd birthday show, Sheffield’s Plug and O2 academy, playing to a full room on both occasions and also supported Atlanta legends ‘Drivin n Cryin’, Nashvilles’ Warner E Hodges and Grammy nominated songwriter Will Hoge among others.

https://www.gigmit.com/the-fargo-railroad-co

We’ll be revealing more of the festival line up over the coming weeks so stay tuned!

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Worrall Festival & Gala 2015 Dates Announced

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We are pleased to announce that Worrall Festival and Gala will return this year over the weekend of 3rd-4th July. This year’s festival will have American flavour featuring a talent competition, Americana music, American style food and ales as well as the usual mix of top quality local music and acts you’re used to. More details will be released as they are confirmed, so watch this space!

Make sue you follow us on facebook for all the very latest news updates: http://www.facebook.com/worrallfestival

2014 Programme Of Events

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Friday
7:00pm Festival Bar Open ‘Real’ Bar
7:30pm Bad Cardigan Festival Stage
8:30pm Vic Shepherd & John Bowden Festival Stage
9:15pm Grenoside Sword Dance Display Main Car Park
9:30pm Jacks Rake Festival Stage

Saturday
11:30am Gala refreshments and stalls Memorial Hall
11:30am Gala craft stalls, fair ground rides & games Sycomore Park
11:30am Festival Bar Open ‘Real’ Bar
11:30am 1st Stage of Le Tour – Screen ‘Real’ Bar
12:15pm Sam Shepherd Bike Display Car Park
12:45pm Lost Control Festival Stage
1:30pm Dave Friskney Festival Stage
2:15pm Brian Coldwell Festival Stage
4:00pm Nic Bowden Festival Stage
4:45pm Clockwork Owls Festival Stage
5:30pm Beardy Rich Festival Stage
6:00pm Open Mic. Session with Dave Friskney Memorial Hall
6:30pm Dogwood Rose Festival Stage
7:30pm Brave New Storm Festival Stage
8:30pm The Natterjacks Festival Stage
9:30pm I Set the Sea on Fire Festival Stage

Sunday
11:00am Festival Bar Open ‘Real’ Bar
11:00am 2nd Stage of Le Tour – Screen ‘Real’ Bar
11:30am Open Mic. Session with Sheikh al Sheikhit Festival Stage
2:00pm Le Tour Caravan Kirk Edge Raod
3:30pm Close Festival Area
3:40pm Le Tour Comes through Worrall Kirk Edge Raod

Join Worrall Festival Sunday 6th July for Le Tour

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2014 Festival Ale & Cider List

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Blue Bee Brewery http://www.bluebeebrewery.co.uk/

Nectar Pale- ABV 4.0% A thoroughly refreshing pale ale brewed with copious quantities of zesty New World hops. Citrussy flavours lead to a quenching bitter finish.
Hyphen- ABV 4.7% Pale Ale

Kelham Island Breweryhttp://www.kelhambrewery.co.uk/

Worrall Festival Ale-  ABV 4.2 %  A very light tasty ale, brewed with the finest blend of Cascade and Amarillo hops for an aromatic hit of berry fruits and a sorbet circus zing perfectly complimented with British lager malt. A golden beer for a golden summers evening.
Pride of Sheffield- ABV 4% A light copper bitter crafted from a range of choicest English malted barleys including Maris Otter, Tipple and Crystal malts. Spicy British hops complement the malty, caramel flavours and fruity American hops add a refreshing bitter sweet palate.

Bradfield Breweryhttp://www.bradfieldbrewery.co.uk/

Farmers Yellow Jersey- A refreshing summer ale, light on the palate with summer fruit aromas.
Yorkshire Farmer- ABV 4.0% A gold coloured beer, light on the palate with a smooth bitter finish.

Abbeydale Breweryhttp://www.abbeydalebrewery.co.uk/

ABSOLUTION–  ABV 4.10% A deceptively easy-drinking strong beer, subtle and easy-going, fruity and gorgeous.

Ossett Breweryhttp://www.ossett-brewery.co.uk/

Yorkshire Blonde- ABV 3.9% Our most popular permanent beer, this pale coloured ale is full bodied, well-rounded and slightly sweet on the palate. A generous late addition of Mount Hood hops result in a delicate fruity hop aroma.
Tour de Yorkshire– ABV 3.8% A classic pale golden Yorkshire Bitter. Smooth, full-bodied, malty and moderately bitter. A subtle blend of English hops give a delicate spicy aroma.

Sheffield Brewery Co.http://www.sheffieldbrewery.com/

Forgemasters-  ABV 4.8% Brewed to the specifications of Sheffield Forgemasters this is a fabulously robust straw-coloured pale ale hopped with Czech Saaz and American Cascade.
Crucible Best-  ABV 3.8% Complex bitter brewed with a blend of pale, crystal and black malts. A mixture of two bittering hops provides a perfect balance.

Oughtibridge Cider Co.
Scrumpy Old Man- ABV 6.1% Dry cider.

Ciderman UKhttp://www.inducom.co.uk/

Newton Court Hereford Redstreak– ABV 5.9% Medium Sweet Cider.
Gwynt-y-Ddraig Celtic Warrior- ABV 5.5% Medium Sweet Cider
Gwynt-y-Ddraig Welsh Warrior- ABV 6.0% Medium Cider
Worleys Farmhouse- ABV 6.5% Medium Cider
Wilcox Farmhouse- ABV 6.5% Dry Cider
Newton Court Winnals Longdon- ABV 5.3% Dry Perry

Tour de France Road Closures

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Coming to Worrall Festival on Sunday July 6th to view the Tour de France? Follow the link below to view road closures around Sheffield so that you don’t miss out!

http://letour.yorkshire.com/the-grand-d%C3%A9part-2014/road-closures