Tuesday, 14 September 2010

Flintshire Real Ale Trail

 Eight Welsh pubs in Flintshire have come together to organise a Real Ale Trail on Saturday 18th September. The pubs, on the Mold-Denbigh Road will be open and serving Welsh real ales fromm 11-11 with a shuttle bus running between the pubs every 30 minutes.  Bus tickets are available from participating pubs and cost only £3 for all travel day.
Pubs taking part include:
 Blue Bell Inn, Halkyn. CAMRA Cider pub of the year 2010
Antelope, Rhydymwyn
Royal Oak, Hendre
The Crown Inn, Lixwm
Royal Oak, Caerwys
Piccadily, Caerwys
Pwll Gwyn, Afonwen
Downing Arms, Bodfari

The trail is organised by the
Flintshire Tourism Association (FTA) to celebrate the Flintshire's unique Welsh pubs, unusual ales and local food. Starting and ending points are the Denbigh Lenten Pool and the Hot Wok, Mold.
 According to John Les Tomos, FTA chairman, “We are fiercely proud of our Welsh pubs and the Real
Ale Trail is a fantastic opportunity to showcase pubs and ales, such as the Flintshire Bitter. We are geared up to accommodate a good number of people and have put on live music, entertainment, and local food. ”

No comments:


Related Posts with Thumbnails