Warwick Real Ale Society will host the 31st annual Real Ale Festival at the University from Wednesday 3 March to Friday 5 March. The Warwick Real Ale Festival is the UK's largest student-run beer festival, with 90 real ales on offer from breweries all over the UK, as well as real ciders and fruit wines.

Each night features live entertainment and food will be available including hot pork batches. Whether you're a novice to the world of real ale or you're a hardcore real ale fan, the festival will offer some insight into the many different types of beer available.


Wednesday: Alex Clerk –acoustic mix of classics and modern pieces with a twist. Followed by Warwick Folk Band –a selection of well known folk songs will be played, perfect for a beer festival.

Thursday: The Incredible Dr. Busker –“the last Victorian pub pianist” will sing well known songs and novel pub songs.

Friday: Warwick Wind Orchestra will see us out with a selection of famous film music and classic songs that everyone will be able to sing along to.

For more information, visit the Warwick Real Ale Society website.

At a Glance
Date: Wednesday 3 - Friday 5 March 2010
Time: Wednesday: 6pm to 12am
Thursday: 6pm to 12am
Friday: 6pm to 1am
Location: Copper Rooms 1, Students' Union
Open To: Everyone
Cost: £2.50 (Free for CAMRA members)
Summary: The UK's largest student-run beer festival, with 90 different ales on offer.