Fancy exploring the Welsh countryside and enjoying some fine real ales at the same time this coming weekend? If so this will be very much of interest…
It’s not too far away from the Potteries if you are based in or around Stoke and I’d recommend getting a designated driver to get there if at all possible.
You can get there by rail although it is a little bit of a trek, the nearest station being Buckley according to the rail website, from there it’s a short bus, taxi ride or walk for the more adventurous.
I’m still trying to find out how to get hold of advance tickets if you are not local to the Flintshire area, I will update the blog if and when I do, but if you need more information please email me and I will pass on your questions.
Flintshire Real Ale Trail
Date: Saturday, 16th April 2011
Admission: £4 in advance or £5 on the day, tickets available from participating pubs
Open Hours: 11am – 11pm (hop on and hop off at any time)
Support proper local country pubs by hopping on the Flintshire Real Ale Trail which takes place Saturday 16th April.
You’ll get the chance to enjoy nine unique country pubs that serve up good food and ale, such as Flintshire Bitter, as well as traditional folk entertainment throughout the day as part of the celebration.
The tour starts at the Gold Cape pub in the easily accessible market town of Mold, then heads up onto Halkyn Mountain, through Caerwys, past the Clwydian Range Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and back towards Mold.
Supported by CAMRA (Campaign for Real Ale).
Information: For more information visit www.northwalesborderlands.co.uk or www.discoverflintshire.com
- Gold Cape, Mold (food all day)
- Antelope, Rhydymwyn (food all day)
- The Oak, Hendre (food all day)
- Pwll Gwyn, Afonwen (food all day)
- Piccadilly, Caerwys (food all day, live music)
- Crown, Lixwm (food all day)
- Black Lion, Babell (food all day)
- Blue Bell Inn, Halkyn (food all day, folk in the evening)
Don’t get off the rails, tracking down those new beers…