Friday 17 September 2010

Abergavenny Food Festival

Above: Abergavenny from the Blorenge

 Amongst the producers present will be:
Gregg's Pit Cider & Perry
Gwatkin Cider Co Ltd
Gwynt Y Ddraig Cider
Kingstone Brewery
Otley Brewing Company
Ralph's Cider & Perry
Spyder Ginger Beer
Ty Gwyn Cider
Wernddu Vineyard and Winery
Wye Valley Brewery
Did not see the Tudor Brewery on the list but they will no doubt be there somewhere, if not pop over the King's Arms for a pint or two.
Looking forward to a couple of days of samplying the best ciders, cheeses and other produce at this historic market town. Also will be on for a bit of a pub crawl in the night so if anyone fancies going to the King's Arms, the Angel, the Grofield and the Hen & Chickens then I'll be along to help those from Cardiff get on their correct train again! 
Will be tweeting during the Festival from my account @ArfurD and using the #abff hashtag during the festival.
The Festival is open Saturday and Sunday with lots more details on their website here.

Rumour has it that cidermaker Denis Gwatkin will be launching a new product at the show - a bit hush hush at the moment but is sure to send the corks popping when opened!
Above: Map of Abergavenny Town and the Food Festival
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